As far as I can see, a couple of years ago, most videos are in 30 FPS, but the most recent years, video cameras from Sony, NEEWER, etc, as well as smartphones like iPhone and Samsung, are able to record videos over 60 FPS even 120 FPS. Also, some HD DVD and Bluray discs are in 60FPS. Most of the video formats as I can see are M2TS/MTS or AVCHD, and MKV is able to contain videos in 60FPS as well, and we do have the eager to convert those M2TS/MTS or AVCHD videos to 60FPS with a decent and user-friendly 60FPS Video Converter.
I just recently updated my Apple TVs from Generation 3 to Generation 4. Many of my movies are now not compatible, the format, for the Generation 4 Apple TV and can not be viewed and it says “this content cannot be played because it’s format is not compatible with this device”. And it seems to be a common issue all over the world and questions are asked in Apple’s forums. Here are my solutions.
My personal Windows 7 doesn’t have DVD drive and have no external USB drive neither. But I work within a LAN and have WIFI connection so an access to other PC disposing DVD drive and another internet BOX which have too a DVD drive. My question is to see whether there is a DVD ripper for Windows 7 and Windows 10 could rip for me at a distance the data on a DVD installed on a distant drive ?
I see a lot of guides on Google that shows you how to convert VOB files to MP4 AVI WMV or whatever video format you need but I don’t think they are quite clear and a major of those so-called VOB converters are giving me trouble when it comes to VOB files that are in a PROTECTED DVD disc especially those from Disney. I have tried and researched a lot myself and finally seem to understand actually what we need to do in converting VOB files. I will take MP4 as the output in the below guide.
I gathered a copy of Leawo DVD Ripper when it was given away, and it worked me very well on rip DVD VTS files to MP4, like Cize as well as other encrypted DVDs including Hunger Games Catching Fire and Divergent and I have ripped them to iPhone 7. However, the program is for DVDs only. I have a bigger screen new iPad and a copy-protected Bluray disc Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. I assume watching Bluray movies on bigger screens like iPad as well as Apple TV would be of extreme fun. Here’s how I rip and transfer Blu-ray to iPad.
Since Google Chromecast was purchased at the end of 2014, it has always been my first choice for living room entertainment and it always works great for watching Google Play movies, YouTube channels, listening to music, or playing Netflix.
But I am still wondering if there is an Android app that is able to stream online videos from Android to TV, so you just need to lie on the sofa in the living room and watching videos, TV shows or movies on a bigger screen TV.
If you do not have any iDevices and want to sync clipboard between Windows, Linux, Mac computers, Android phones and other multiple devices, there is lightweight solution for you-Clipbrd, a Chrome browser extension working as a cloud clipboard.