Monday, March 17, 2014

Anyway to store Blu-rays to external hard drive for playback with Roku 3?

Last weekend, I searched the Blu-ray movies in google on my tea time, I saw a Blu-ray movie “American Hustle”, the rating was 7.7, so that I really want to watch it on my Roku 3. I asked my best friend and he told me that there were too many free software on the Internet to ripping/copying Blu-ray movies. I tested trial version of Blu-Ray ripping software. Hoping to find a good one to solve my solutions. Finally I tried MakeMKV but had issues. Preliminary tests with Pavtube went smoothly. Sometime, I can also watch Blu-ray movies on ipad for sofa surfing, Nexus 7 for sofa surfing, anywhere I want to have a rest. I think as a movie lover, this is a good choice.  


If you have the same situation, you can download Pavtube Bytecopy and have a try, Practice makes choice, you will be surprised because of the software can convert Blu-ray movies to suitable formats for playing on your all devices with zero quality loss, including Roku 3, iPad Air, Nexus 7, etc. It’s perfect!

View ByteCopy Review to learn more.

Step-by-step guide to move Blu-ray movies to external hard drive

Step 1: Load Blu-ray movie.

Click on the "Load disc" button to import source Blu-ray movie from disc drive to the program.


Step 2: Choose output format.
From the "format" menu, choose one profile for output. You are suggested to select "HD Video>MKV HD Video(*.mkv)" as output format for your external hard drive. 
  
Step 3: Starting ripping Blu-ray movie.
Hit the "convert" button to rip m2ts format from original Blu-ray to a suitable format for playback freely. 

Ok, you will get the suitable formats that which you want to. Enjoy it and do not missing the great Blu-ray movies!

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