Backup BD movies to the hard drive of Popcorn Hour

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Music, Pictures and Video' started by CarolynHau, May 10, 2010.

  1. CarolynHau

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    Backup BD movies to the  hard drive of Popcorn Hour[​IMG]As DVD movies and Internet videos have become increasingly  popular, digital entertainment enthusiasts have searched for a way to make the  rich media content stored on their PC hard drives and home networks available  through their TV. Popcorn Hour is such a powerful utility that designed for meeting  people?s this need. For movie resources are various, this article will only  focus on how to backup Blu-ray movies to the hard drive of Popcorn Hour without  video and audio loss, so that you can archive your BD movies in orders and  enjoy them with your families via TV or home entertainment system.Software you need:Pavtube Blu-Ray RipperOkay, now, let?s start.1. Download Pavtube Blu-Ray Ripper,  install and launch it2. Import Blu-ray files, select "Directly Copy", and set  save pathLoad Blu-ray files to this program. There are three ways:  clicking on button "DVD Rom", "DVD Folder", or "IFO/ISO". Hit the folder icon  at the end of "Output" to specify where to save the output .m2ts files. If you  want to play them without intervals, I recommend you to tick checkbox "Merge  into one file", in that case, all the chapters will be combine into a single  file.[​IMG]Select "Directly Copy" via clicking on the drop-down list  of "Format". In this way, the Blu-ray will be directly copied to the hard drive  of your PC without any quality loss, and remained in the format of .m2ts, so  that you can enjoy them with your family on your TV or home theater systems via  Popcorn Hour in totally full high definition quality.[​IMG]3. Backup Blu-rayAs soon as the above steps are all finished, you can click  "Convert" button to start copying.After backup work is completed, you can directly connect  your PC with TV or HT system via Popcorn Hour to enjoy the Blu-ray movies, or  you can copy the Blu-ray backups to the hard disk of Popcorn Hour, which  potentially expands the device's capabilities for archiving your movie, video  and music collections, to manage them in a proper way, and then play them via  TV and other home entertainment system.


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