Stream Blu-ay to DLNA devices from Eee Pad Transformer Prime

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Stream Blu-ay to DLNA devices from Eee Pad Transformer Prime

Postby brorm2tsmac » Thu Dec 15, 2011 9:33 am

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Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime dubbed the world’s first Tegra 3 tablet, it will be equipped with NVidia quad-core Kal-El Tegra 3 for incredible performance and exceptional battery life. Besides, Asus CEO Jonney Shih also noted that the tablet will be the first tablet in the world to run the new Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS, with support for hardware acceleration, and all the other goodness we know that it brings. It still owns a 10.1′ IPS 1280 x 800 display which is a good media player for us.Besides, like its predecessor, the Transformer Prime adopts Applications Asus Launcher, MyLibrary, MyNet, MyCloud as well. Thus, stream your favorite Blu-ray movie to all of your DLNA devices from Eee Pad Transformer Prime via its MyNet app will be a good choice.

Following is the detailed guide about how to compress/rip Blu-ray to H.264 MP4 for Eee Pad Transformer Prime- stream Blu-ay to DLNA devices from Eee Pad Transformer Prime via MyNet, please take through it.

Part 1: Compress Blu-ray to H.264 MP4 for Eee Pad Transformer Prime.
Step 1: Import Blu-ray to the top Blu-ray to Transformer Prime Ripper.
Free download Brorsoft Blu-ray Ripper and launch it as the top Blu-ray to Transformer Prime Ripper, and then click the button like a disc to load the Blu-ray movie to it. You can double click the video files to have a preview.
Tip: The professional Blu-ray to Transformer Prime Ripper supports selecting audio tracks and subtitles, including forced subs as you want.

Step 2: Select H.264 MP4 as the output format for Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime and set the output folder.
Click on the dropdown menu of “Format” and then move your pointer to “Common Video”, under the sublist, you can easily find out the “H.264 Video(*.mp4)” compatible with Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime. And then you can set the output folder as you need.

Step 3: Click “Settings” icon to adjust audio and video parameters.
Click the “Settings” icon and you will go into a new interface named “Profile Settings”. You can adjust codec, bit rate, frame rate, sample rate and audio channel in the interface according to your needs and optimize the output file quality before converting/compressing blu-ray to H.264 MP4 for Transformer Prime.
Note: You can set your video size as 1280*800 according to its resolution, but the 1280*720 resolution is recommended here. Please remember the higher bitrate, the larger file size while the better video quality. And a single file to play on the Android tablet should be under 4 GB.

Step 4: Start ripping your Blu-ray movie to H.264 MP4 for Eee Pad Transformer Prime.
Click the “Convert” button; it will rip Blu-ray to Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime immediately. It’s designed based on NVIDIA CUDA technology, so the conversion speed will much faster. You can find the process in the “Conversion” interface. After the conversion, you can get the output files for Eee Pad Transformer Prime via clicking on “Open” button effortlessly.
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Part 2: Stream Blu-ay to DLNA devices from Eee Pad Transformer Prime via MyNet.
1. Ensure that your Eee Pad Transformer Prime and DLNA devices such as an HDTV or desktop PCs have connected to the same wireless access point.
2. Start up MyNet app, and select your DLNA devices on the left (source) and your Eee Pad Transformer Prime on the top right cornner(target).
3. Switch the file type on the top and select the movies you’d like to play.
4. Start streaming the playing Blu-ray movie to DLNA devices from Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime.
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Tip:
If you want to convert not only blu-ray discs/dvd discs to Transformer Prime, but also other kinds of videos such as AVI, MKV, TiVo, MTS, M2TS, FLV, F4V, MOD, etc. to Transformer Prime, please go to choose Brorsoft Blu-ray Video Converter Ultimate.
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