With the release of macOS Mojave, Blu-ray and DVD ripping manufacture updated their programs to 64 bit and here I’d like to recommend some Blu-ray and DVD rippers and show you how to rip Bluray and DVDs on macOS 10.14 Mojave!
I have a new DVD, Early Man, because kids like it very much after watching it and want me to rip it to MP4 for iPad and the new Apple TV so that they can watch it them whenever they like. I also like to rip Bluray DVD Early Man to MP4 or AVI and I have an easy solution for ripping Early Man either the Bluray edition or DVD to MP4, AVI, MKV, iPhone/iPad, Apple TV. Here we go.
I’d like to share my experience of ripping my Bluray DVDs collections to Galaxy S9 compatible format, which also works for S9 Plus. If you don’t know how to transfer ripped videos to S9/S9 Plus, this guide will also help.
I don’t agree with Mark O’Neill on most of the other tools because what he recommended is really limited and I do believe there is better programs for DVD and Blu-ray ripping and video converting. Besides, most of the 9 tools mentioned by Mark are for Windows only. There are better choices for Mac users. And I decided to share my opinions on those Bluray and DVD rippers as well as my recommendations or alternatives, especially for macOS users.
I want to rip and reencode my Bluray DVD library to x265 (HEVC). However, I also want to use the higher efficiency of the video codec while keep audio the same. Reducing original Bluray h264 to 60% bitstream that should keep the quality the same but reduces the size would be perfect to me. I would like to have the option 1:1 (video, sound) convert to H265 highest quality.
Leawo Blu-ray Ripper and Leawo DVD Ripper from Leawosoft are the among the best DVD and Blu-ray rippers that are continuously upgraded to be able to remove DVD Region code and CSS protection and Blu-ray AACS, BD+ and MKB protection. If you want to either the Bluray or DVD version of Only the Brave or Thor: Ragnarok in the near future to any video format including AVI, MP4, MKV etc or only devices like iPhone/iPad/Apple TV, you are coming to the right place.
Upon a Google search, I notice there are two Bluray programs called WinX Blu-ray Ripper and WinX Blu-ray Decrypter, however both says “Sorry, the Software is invalid”. Does WinXDVD or WinX DVD Ripper Platinum support Bluray disks?
I have a Blu-ray drive on my Windows 10 and some Blu-ray discs, I rarely play those Blu-rays even they are 1080P FHD videos, which are much better than DVDs. Blu-rays are still too much for people like me to have a large collection. But I do want to play them sometimes and make backups of them, which would be great. I am new to Blu-ray and have questions, but I think I have somehow find the answers and there is my ideas about how to play Bluray as well as DVD discs on Windows 10, macOS High Sierra etc.
Christmas is a great time to share with families and I’d always like to watch Bluray or DVD movies with my wife and kids. And here I’d like to recommend three great Bluray DVDs for watching during Christmas with family, especially with kids, and a great way to rip and backup those Blurays and DVDs to HDD or watch them on iPhone/iPad/Apple TV as well as other devices from Google, Samsung, Sony HTC and even the VR headsets!
There are quite some ripping solutions say they support Bluray ripping, Sothink Bluray Ripper and Xilisoft Bluray Ripper are two of them. However, how do they work and do Sothink and Xilisoft Bluray Ripper support protected Blu-rays?