Here is a useful tutorial which will tells you the easy way to get your movies off of your Blu-ray discs and onto your Samsung Galaxy TabPRO tablet for playback smoothly.
At CES 2014, Samsung introduced three new versions of its Galaxy Tab with business users in mind. The Galaxy TabPRO comes in 12.2, 10.1 and 8.4-inch versions with a host of new features and software aimed at boosting how productive a tablet can be, while the 12.2-inch model also gets what Samsung calls “the world’s first 12.2-inch WQXGA Widescreen (16:10) display, offering crystal clear resolution (2560×1600) with more than 4 million pixels.”
If you are a movie lover and have many Blu-ray collections, why don’t you copy the Blu-rays to Galaxy TabPRO for watching? Maybe you just plan to do this, Please read the following article carefully.
Galaxy TabPRO (10.1/12.2/8.4) Tablet isn’t able to read DVD discs even DVD rips, what we need to do is, ripping and converting Blu-ray movies to Galaxy TabPRO supported video formats: H.264 mp4.
Tips: For Mac users, BDMagic for Mac is the best choice for you.
Below is a brief guide:
NOTE: You need to get an external Blu-ray drive to make your Windows/Mac recognize Blu-rays.
Step-by-step instruction about transferring Blu-ray movies to Samsung Galaxy TabPRO 12.2, 10.1 and 8.4-inch versions tablets
Step 1. Add Blu-ray files.
Click “Load Disc” icon to add your Blu-rays into this top Blu-ray to Galaxy TabPRO Converter.
You can select a subtitle language and then check Forced subtitles to output a video with only subtitles in the foreign language part.
Step 2. Choose output format.
Click “Format” bar and choose optimized profile for Galaxy TabPRO 12.2, 10.1, 8.4 Tablet.
You are recommended to choose ”Samsung> Samsung Galaxy Tab H.264(*.mp4)” for this Blu-ray to Galaxy TabPRO conversion.
Tip: If you cannot find that particular profile preset for your own device, don’t worry, there are several common presets for most Android devices, just select any of them for output.
Step 3. Customize profile settings. (Optional)
If you are not satisfied with profile presets for output, or you choose a common profile and would like to get better video quality, click “Settings” button next to Profile box to change output profile parameters like video codec, audio codec, video size, bit rate, framerate, etc.
Step 4. Start Blu-ray to Samsung Galaxy TabPRO conversion.
Once finished, click “Open” icon on main UI to locate the generated MP4 files on your Mac and transfer converted Blu-ray to Samsung Galaxy TabPRO for watching.
Tip for editing Blu-ray movies:
Pavtube BDMagic could edit videos by trimming, cropping, splitting video, add text/image/video watermark as copyright protection, and attach external *.srt, *.ass, or *.ssa subtitles into source media for entertainment.
Click the “Edit” button and edit your movies before conversion.
- Trim: Select video durations by setting the start time and the end time.
- Crop: Cut off black edges and unwanted areas.
- Text Watermarking: Add text to the video as watermarks.
- Image/Video Watermarking: Add image or video to the source video as a watermark.
- Effect: Adjust brightness, contrast, saturation of the video, and add special effects including 3D effect to the video.
- Audio Editor: Enable you to replace the original audio track with your specified sound track. Or choose to remove the audio. Plus, it’s freely to set audio fade in or fade out.
- Subtitle: Add plug-in SRT, ASS, SSA subtitle to videos.
Are you wondering if there is a software that integrates a bdmagic, a DVDAid, and a video converter together to rip Blu-ray discs, standard DVDs and convert all kinds of videos to universal video and audio file types with super fast conversion speed and excellent image and sound quality? The answer is yes! Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate is such an all-in-one solution to backup Blu-ray/DVD movies, convert disc content and transfer common videos. The mac version is iMedia Converter for Mac.
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