Rip/Copy Blu-ray Blu-ray contents to Galaxy Tab 3 10.1/8.0

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Rip/Copy Blu-ray Blu-ray contents to Galaxy Tab 3 10.1/8.0

Postby Applefly » Fri Sep 27, 2013 5:24 am

Rip/Copy Blu-ray Blu-ray contents to Galaxy Tab 3 10.1/8.0

Description: Want to move Blu-ray movies to Galaxy Tab 3? This Blu-ray to Galaxy converter is highly recommended to help easily remove commercial Blu-ray protection and copy Blu-ray to Galaxy Tab 3 10.1/8.0 for playback.

"Hey, I just ordered a new Samsung Blu-ray drive and some Blu-rays like Life of Pie, The Hobbit, etc., but it's too hard to keep them clear…my kids always mess up all my collections. Is there anyway I can keep the digital copy and share them with my family on portable devices? I'm also going to preorder a Galaxy Tab 3 soon. Thx!"

Maybe you also decide to preorder a Galaxy Tab 3 (10.1 inch or 8.0 inch) but don't know how to watch your Blu-rays on it without limitation. However, Samsung Galaxy Tab does not carry a disc drive so that Blu-rays are not supported directly. Besides, most commercial Blu-rays are encrypted by film studio so that they cannot be copied. Though we are facing these difficulties, it's still not an impossible task for watching Blu-rays on Galaxy Tab 3.


What we need:?

* An external Blu-ray Disc drive
* Blu-ray Ripper tool – Pavtube Blu-ray to Galaxy Tab 3 Ripper (Mac users: Blu-ray to Galaxy Tab 3 Ripper for Mac) - a top and all-in-one Blu-ray Ripping program to help you remove Blu-ray protection and convert Blu-ray to Galaxy Tab 3 support format. (now is 30% off, save $14.7, last 4 days!)

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System requirements:

* Operating System: Windows XP/2003/Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
* DirectX Version: 9.0 or above
* Memory: 64MB at least
* Processor: 500MHz Intel or 500MHz AMD CPU
* Hard Disc Space: 512MB or above
* Optical Drive: DVD drive(BD drive is required for ripping Blu-ray disc)

* 1G Hz or above Intel processor.
* Mac OS X Leopard (10.5), Snow Leopard (10.6), Lion (10.7), Mountain Lion (10.8), Mavericks (10.9)
* 512 MB physical RAM (memory) or more.
* 1024*768 or higher resolution display.
* Optical Drive: DVD drive(BD drive is required for ripping Blu-ray disc)

Follow this guide to quick learn:

How to convert Blu-rays to Galaxy Tab 3 (10.1/8.0)?

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Step 1: Load Blu-ray movie to the Blu-ray to Galaxy Tab 3 Converter.

Insert your Blu-ray movie to disc drive, and click "Load Disc" button on Pavtube Blu-ray Ripper interface to load Blu-ray from ROM; it also support importing Blu-ray ISO and Blu-ray folder.


Step 2: Select video format.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 supported video formats: H.263, H.264, MPEG4, WMV, DivX.
Here we select MP4 with H.264 codec for Galaxy Tab 3. Click the Format drop-down list, and select "Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Video(*.mp4)" from Samsung category.

Tips: If you have special requirements on target video, click "Settings" to customize video size, bitrate, frame rate and sample rate.

Step 4. Ripping Blu-ray to MP4 for Galaxy Tab 3.

Click the red "Convert" button to start ripping Blu-ray to H.264/MPEG-4 MP4 for Galaxy Tab 3. When it finishes, click the "Open Output Folder" icon to quick locate the converted video.

Once get the converted videos, just copy and dump them to Galaxy Tab 3 via USB. Then you are ready to play iTunes movies on Galaxy Tab 3 freely.

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