Thursday, April 21, 2016

Hottest Blu-ray Ripping Free Guides and Tips

Blu-ray Ripping Tips

Have a bunch of Blu-ray discs and want a more convenient way to manage and organize them? How about ripping your Blu-ray collection to NAS, Cloud Storage, Media Server, External Hard Drive? Or do you would like to play and view your Blu-ray movie on iPhone SE, iPhone 7, iPad Pro 9.7, iPad Air 3, Galaxy S7, Galaxy TabPro S without using Blu-ray discs? 

No matter what you want to do on your Blu-ray discs, here gathered around all guides and tips about Blu-ray ripping and copying. If you can’t find the one you need, just leave the message at the comment area to let us know. We will find the solution for you, especially.

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 Blu-ray to Software 

Look at this column to learn how to rip Blu-ray to common video formats so you can edit Blu-ray files in editing software like Windows Movie Maker, iMovie, Final Cut Pro and play Blu-ray on VLC, WMP, QuickTime and more.

  Blu-ray to Site  

Here, you can learn how to rip and upload your Blu-ray movies to some video sharing site like YouTube, Facebook, Vimeo, etc.

  Blu-ray to Video  

Read this column then you will get the best solution to rip Blu-ray and learn how to convert Blu-ray to any video/audio format like WMV, AVI, MOV, MP4, FLV, VOB and more.

  Blu-ray to Device  

In this column you will learn how to rip Blu-ray to iPad, iPhone, Samsung Galaxy, Google Nexus, Nook HD, Amazon Kindle, TV, etc. mobile devices highly compatible format.

  Blu-ray Software Alternative  

Want to get the best Blu-ray ripper/copying alternatives? These guides introduce the best Blu-ray ripping and Copying tools for ripping, converting and copying Blu-ray are simple as ABC.

  Blu-ray Backup Tips  

How to create Blu-ray collection backups quickly and safely? Here you will get all the tips on how to back up your Blu-rays.

 Blu-ray Knowledge Supplement 

Why we can’t play any Blu-ray on our Blu-ray Player? Which are the decent Blu-ray Ripper/Copier? The answers for questions above can be found on this column. 

Sometimes, you can’t play your Blu-ray on your Blu-ray player due to Blu-ray region codes. Region codes are basically DRM (digital rights management) techniques that allow studios to control the release of films in various regions. A Blu-ray player only can play the Blu-ray discs sold at the same region as the Blu-ray player manufactured.

There are 3 separate Blu-Ray region codes. These codes are classified alphabetically as Region A, Region B, and Region C. 

Region A: This region covers all of North America, South America and South East Asia.
Region B: This encompasses Europe, Africa, Middle East, French territories and Greenland.
Region C: Region which covers the rest of the world including Russia, Asia, and China.

When you want to play Blu-ray of region A, B and C on your Blu-ray player freely or on your region-locked PS3/PS4/Xbox One/360, you can refer to the following guides:

  Top Blu-ray Ripper Recommendations 

To fulfill all the tasks above, you need a Blu-ray Ripper or Blu-ray Copier. There are various Blu-ray ripping tool floating on the web but which one is the best? We gathered some top reviews on best Blu-ray ripper for you:

To give you a intuitionistic exhibition of the best Blu-ray Ripper software in 2016, we make a comparison chart for you.
Software Compare Pavtube ByteCopy (Win/Mac)
Pavtube BDMagic (Win/Mac)
Leawo Blu-ray Ripper (Win/Mac)
4Videosoft Blu-ray Ripper (Win/Mac)
MakeMKV (Win/Mac)
Supported Source
Blu-ray Discs
Blu-ray Folder
Blu-ray ISO Image File
Output Formats
Samsung Galaxy Preset
iPad Optimized Preset
Encode MP4/MOV: with multi-audio track
Other Functions
Bypass Copy Encryption
Add SRT subtitle.
Adjust Aspect Ratio
Adjust Frame Rate
Adjust Resolution
Adjust Bitrate
Merge & Split Video
Trim & Crop Video
Add Watermark
Extract SRT Subtitle

Of course, if your Blu-ray player is powerful enough to handle 2D, 3D, 4K Blu-ray, you don’t need the Blu-ray Ripper any more. Below are some top Blu-ray player.

#1 Panasonic DMP-BDT160
3D and wired access to Netflix justify the price, but other apps are in short supply

#2 Panasonic DMP-BDT260
Attractive and good value Blu-ray all-rounder with Wi-Fi, 3D and Netflix

#3 Panasonic DMP-BDT360
A great value performer with pin-sharp pictures and 4k upscaling

#4 Panasonic DMP-BDT460
3D Blu-ray and Netflix with 4K photos and 4K upscaling

#5 Sony BDP-S1200
A great Blu-ray player but there's no Wi-Fi here

#6 Sony BDP-S5200
Pulls out nearly all the stops with super W-iFi, screen mirroring and plenty of apps

#7 Sony BDP-S6200
Dual core processing is the star on Sony's flagship Blu-ray deck

#8 Samsung BD-F6500
Affordable and fun. Samsung took smart to a new level

#9 Samsung BD-H6500
Multi-talented 3D Blu-ray player with dual core processing and 4K upscaling

#10 Samsung BD-H8900
An excellent does-it-all Blu-ray-playing Freeview HD recorder

Please bear in mind that, generally, a Blu-ray Ripper will cost you $25-$50 while a Blu-ray player will need you to pay for $150-$300.

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