Transfer/Put Blu-ray Digital Copy Movies to Galaxy Note

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Transfer/Put Blu-ray Digital Copy Movies to Galaxy Note

Postby vivian78 » Wed Jan 04, 2012 9:18 am

Transfer/Put Blu-ray Digital Copy Movies to Galaxy Note on Mac OS X

This is a simple tutorial to put purchased Blu-ray/DVD Digital Copy movies to Samsung Galaxy Note on Mac OS.

There are many usages for you to make full use of Samsung Galaxy Note – Suffering the Internet, watching movies, or playing simple games. Have you ever tried to transfer digital copy movies to Galaxy Note for enjoying. If you have, I believe you must have done a meaningless job. Curious about why you can't copy digital copy videos to Galaxy Note for playing? Yeah, you've come to the right place. Digital copy play doesn't stop there.

Why we can't watch BD/DVD Digital Copy movies on Galaxy Note?

As you see, Digital Copies come with Blu-ray and DVD movie and have two file formats: M4V and WMV. You may transfer your "Digital Copy" to your Mac, PC(Windows Media Player 11 and later version) and iTunes-compatible devices (such as the iPod touch, iPhone and iPad). Sounds great, doesn't it? Well… no. This is simply the movie industry's latest attempt to sugar coat DRM (Digital Rights Management) which lock down the video on the Digital Copy. 20th Century Fox is aiming to change all that and will be bringing digital copy downloads to Android. But I didn't hear much about it. As far as I know, the Android devices incluing Galaxy Note, Kindle Fire, Motorola Xoom, Eee Pad Transformer, Nook Tablet etc. have not get a license to play DRM contents. which means Digital Copies will not even play on an Android tablet or smartphone.

How to make digital copies coming with BD or DVD movies free for playback with the Samsung Galaxy Note via Mac OS?

It is really annoying. Digital Copy seems nonsense. It's your movie, you bought it, and you should be able to watch it how you want to watch, when you want to watch it. There are many programs out there allow you make digital copies coming with BD or DVD movies free for playback with the Samsung Galaxy Note. The combination of Pavtube ChewTune for Mac – a Mac OS DRM removal software can handle Digital Copy DRM-restricted movies, iTunes DRM-protected videos and Windows Media DRM contents quite well while the playback of the converted Digital Copy movie is smooth and decent as possible as original.

Step by Step tutorial to convert Digital Copy movie to MP4 for Galaxy Note on Mac OS.

To use the Mac iTunes m4v Converter, it is required that iTunes latest version be installed and correctly configured, which means you'll need to

1. Set iTunes not to remember playback position.

2. Set iTunes to 32bit when/if you use ChewTune on Mac OS X Lion.

Step 1: Assuming you have downloaded the Digital Copy to Galaxy Note Converter to your Mac, the first step is run the program and put in password for user account as it requires.

Step 2: Press the "Add" icon to browse to iTunes library movie folder. In Finder window, open Music-> iTunes-> iTunes Media-> specific movie folder-> single .m4v file, and then press on "Choose".

Step 3: Click on the "Format" bar to choose a format for iTunes video conversion. Follow "Common Video" group to choose customized format "H.264 Video (*.mp4)" for Samsung Galaxy Note.

Step 4: Click "Convert" button to start to convert M4V videos to Galaxy Note MP4 under Mac OS. iTunes pops up automatically when conversion starts. Leave it be and don't close iTunes till conversion completes.

Once the conversion completes, you can transfer from Mac and freely watch Blu-ray/DVD Digtial Copy WMV or M4V movies on Galaxy Note anytime and everywhere.
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Re: Transfer/Put Blu-ray Digital Copy Movies to Galaxy Note

Postby forrest5678 » Wed Jan 04, 2012 6:14 pm

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