How to rip Blu-ray movies to other HD formats for enjoyment anywhere you want

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Music, Pictures and Video' started by capricornJZ, May 19, 2010.

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    capricornJZ Guest

    How to rip Blu-ray movies to other HD formats for enjoyment anywhere you want[/b

    Most portable devices holders want to enjoy high-definition movies on their players anywhere. Blu-ray is the new resource of the HD movie world. Most of us may concern about how to back up Blu-ray disks and play them on our computers or portable devices. It is convenient to enjoy popular Blu-ray movies on our iPod, BlackBerry, iPhone, PSP and other players when we are on the move. Because the price of Blu-ray players and Blu-ray disks are higher than DVDs', most people try to copy fragile and expensive Blu-ray discs on their PCs or other devices. Most portable devices support HD formats such as iPod, iPad, iPhone 3GS, PSP, iMovie, etc[/img

    How to rip Blu-ray discs to other HD formats. I recommend you a third-party software tool- [url=]LeKuSoft Blu-ray ripper[/url]. With this program, you don' worry about that LeKuSoft Blu-ray ripper can affect your Blu-ray movies' quality. This upgraded Blu-ray Ripper supports for a couple of popular [b]HD[/b] video [b]formats[/b] and applies several adjustments for better user experience. Here is the step by step guide shown below

    Download and install this program on your computer

    [b]Step1. Add Blu-ray discs.[/b


    [b]Step2. Choose the output format from the drop-down list.[/b


    [b]Step3. Adjust "Profile Settings" content.[/b

    Adjust frame rate, Bitrates, sample rate, audio volume and channels, etc


    [b]Step4: Click "Start" button to convert Blu-ray files.[/b

    [b]Tips: [/b][url=]LeKuSoft Blu-ray ripper[/url] also supports previewing movies, clipping your favorite segments, changing the skin and taking snapshots.

    Post Originated from Vista Support Forums
    capricornJZ, May 19, 2010
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