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Rip Blu-ray Movies
to Android Tablet
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What is Blu ray
Video Playback: Blu-ray Quality
in a Tablet
One of the
biggest issues with Tegra 2 based tablets and smartphones is a limitation that prevented hardware accelerated decode of any
high profile H.264 video content. You could still decode the video but the additional stages of the decode process were left
to run on the CPU, which in turn resulted in substantially lower battery life. NVIDIA has completely addressed the problem
with the Tegra 3's video decoder, which is now capable of decoding 1080p H.264 high profile streams at up to 40Mbps.
The Honeycomb video player (Gallery
app) will play .mkv files by default but if you want to throw on a .m2ts file you'll need to grab a third party player. DICE
Player for Android supports Tegra 3's hardware acceleration, making it a good option if you want broader file compatibility.
Android File Transfer won't push over
a file greater than 4GB so the first thing I tried was ripping a portion of A Quantum of Solace (BD) and sending over a 40Mbps
High Profile 1080p MKV of it. The resulting 10 minute segment was 2.8GB in size and played beautifully on the Prime. There
were no dropped frames and no hiccups, it just worked.
External NTFS volumes are supported
and the sdcard file system supports files greater than 4GB in size, so I copied a 15GB 1080p Blu-ray rip of A Quantum of Solace
from a USB stick to the Prime. I had to use DICE Player to get audio but otherwise the clip just worked. The biggest pain
was copying the huge file across, but it'd be quicker and less painful than a re-encode on most systems.
To really test my luck I threw a few of our media streaming
test files at the Prime. Our 720p60 test file worked perfectly, while our 1080p60 test case was mostly smooth with the exception
of occasional slowdowns. I tried playing back a 1080p30 VC1 file however I couldn't get it to play back with hardware acceleration.
Some of the more exotic combinations of features and file types wouldn't work, although I suppose that could be the fault
of the playback software.
far as I can tell, Tegra 3 and the Eee Pad Transformer Prime in particular are capable of playing back 1080p24 Blu-ray class
video. Total NAND capacity is the only thing limiting us from just dumping a raw Blu-ray rip onto a tablet and playing that
directly. Pretty much any HD rip you make yourself or find online will likely work. You may still need to invest in a good
third party player to ensure things like subtitles are properly supported however.
I'm pleased with the state of video on the Prime. It's not HTPC level, but we can
finally play really good quality video on an Android tablet. I suspect it'll be one more generation before we get tablets
(and associated software) that will just play anything you throw at them. +++++++++++++++++++++++++
that Android tablets and phones are gaining more and more popularity these days. Big companies like Google, HTC, Samsung,
Motorola, Sony, etc. now offer a large variety of Android smart phones and tablets featuring a large screen, which makes these
Android devices perfect for watching videos and movies.
Maybe you've got an Android phone or tablet and want to play your favorite Blu-ray movies
on it anytime and anywhere you like. However, Android devices don’t have the drive for Blu-ray playback. To watch Blu-ray
movies on an Android tablet or phone, you have to rip Blu-ray to Android devices supported video format first
before transferring them to your device. To convert Blu-ray to Android tablet/phone, you need the help of
a third party software that is capable of ripping Blu-ray movies to Android tablet/phone friendly video formats bypassing
the Blu-ray copy protection.
Aimersoft Blu-ray Ripper is highly recommended to help you finish
the task. With it, you can convert the commercial Blu-ray movies to MP4, AVI, WMV, MKV, FLV, MOV, etc. for playing on Android
devices like Xoom, Transformer Prime, Kindle Fire, Nook Tablet, Toshiba Thrive, Google Nexus S, Samsung Galaxy Nexus, Samsung
Galaxy S2, Motorola Droid Razr, HTC Desire S, etc. in just a few mouse clicks. Now download the program and follow the guide
to convert Blu-ray to Android.
Download Blu-ray to Android Converter trial version:
How to convert
Blu-ray movies for Android Tablet/Phone
1Load Blu-ray movies
Insert the Blu-ray disc to your computer's
Blu-ray drive and click the "Load Disc" button on top left to add the Blu-ray movies you want to play on your Android
device. Note that you can also add regular DVD to rip. On the source pane, you can choose the DVD titles you'd like to rip.
2Choose output video format for Android phone/tablet
Generally speaking, MP4 is supported by almost
all Android phones and tablets. Here you can either choose "MP4 Video" from "Common Video" as the output
format and click "Settings" to change the video resolution, bit rate, etc. for full screen playback smoothly or
select the corresponding device as the output format, for instance, if you want to play Blu-ray on HTC Flyer, you can directly
go to "HTC" and choose "HTC Flyer" as the output video format to get videos with optimized settings.
3Rip Blu-ray to Android tablet/phone
After all necessary settings, click the "Convert" button
on the main interface and the software will start converting Blu-ray to the video format you've selected for your Android
device automatically. When the conversion is over, you can click "Find Target" to locate the ripped files and easily
transfer them to your Android device.
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ It's Easy
to rip Blu-ray Movies to Nook Tablet on Mac
Recently the next generation NOOK device, the NOOK Tablet, has been released by Barnes & Noble. With many of
the different specifications inside, the Nook Tablet has twice the power of its predecessor. Besides, the 7-inch LCD display
seems very similar with the Nook Color. However, the Nook Tablet is just like its name, it is defined as a tablet PC rather
than an e-reader.
But compared with other
tablet PC products, you will find the Nook Tablet has no advantage in almost every respect. Its low price has still attracted
many people to buy one. For most Nook Tablet users, enjoying Blu-ray movies on Nook Tablet seems to be the
main use of it.
Because of the lacking of Blu-ray ROM, we have to rip Blu-ray movies to Nook Tablet on Mac.
Only in this way can you take Blu-ray movies on Nook Tablet.
To convert Blu-ray to Nook Tablet videos, you need a Nook Tablet Blu-ray ripper which allows you Mac rip Blu-ray
videos to Nook Tablet. To be prepared for the conversion, something you should do:
Blu-ray to Nook Tablet Mac converter: Pavtube Blu-ray Ripper for Mac
Must-have tools: An external BD drive, a USB cable
Now, let’s start to rip Blu-ray videos for Nook Tablet playing. To import
the resource Blu-ray movies, you are offered three ways. Here we choose to import from BD ROM. Certainly before it, you must
connect the external BD drive to your Mac and put the Blu-ray disc into it.
To choose the output format, it proves that MP4 format is the most compatible format for Nook Tablet and other tablet
PCs. As Nook Tablet is similar with Nook Color, freely choose Android >> Nook Color (*.mp4). Surely
you can choose other formats, but here I would take it for example.
After format has been set, you can click the settings button
and adjust the video and audio as you want. The default settings are listed below, general speaking; the default settings
are fine with the output videos.
Codec: h264 Codec:
Size: 854*480 Sample
25 Channels: Stereo
Finally, start the conversion from Blu-ray to Nook Tablet compatible MP4 format. Before clicking the convert button, you can choose to merge several Blu-ray videos
into one file for playing on Nook Tablet. With the USB cable, you can easily transfer Blu-ray movies to Nook Tablet for playing.
Tips: During the whole
conversion, please make sure the Mac is connected to the internet, or the conversion will fail.