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    Rip Blu-ray to iPad?

    How do you rip a Blu-ray you own to your iPad?

    There are different software out there & I have tried several trial versions.

    It rips to .m2ts files but they are never in order & I don't know how to put them in order to get 1 continuous file to play the movie on the iPad after converting.

    I'd like to use the maximum resolution of the iPad & use whatever software gives the best picture & video quality.

    If anyone has successfully used a software for this can you post the software & instructions on how to use it or a link where I can learn how.

    I would only be using Blu-rays I personally own & want to view on the iPad. I don't buy DVDs anymore.

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    Software needed & FREE:
    Free and powerful DVDFab software = DVDfab HD Decryptor - Video Decryptor - used to copy video files - located @ middle of page - Removes all the protections (CSS, RC, RCE, APS, UOPs and Sony ARccOS) while copying. It also comes with full HD-DVD and Blu-Ray support (Removes AACS).

    You should then be able to use handbrake to join/convert for ipad.

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    Isn't there a software that can join the .m2ts files together & do the conversion as one continuous file?

    If not how do you join the files thru handbrake?
    Last edited by marine92104; 03-17-2011 at 07:24 PM.

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    Have a look at WinX blu- ray dvd ripper:

    http://www.winxdvd.com/dvd-to-ipad/

    I use this and it works. I think you can download and try it. Be advised that I had to check the box for Force A/V sync for it to work right with blu-rays.

    It will also rip dvd's. It can rip to iphone, ipod, and Apple tv.

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    Looks like a good software, i will try it and tell!!..

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    Thanks for all the suggestions. I used HandBrake & it worked great.

    Video turned out perfect. You guys are great!

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    The videos turned out great but the audio is alot lower than a digital copy on the iPad.

    Is there anyway to match the volume level of digital copies or anyway to turn up the boost the volume on the videos on the iPad?

    I already have it maxed out & it's still alot lower than a regular digital copy movie. It's really hard to hear. That surprised me.

    I used Handbrake but there's no way to boost the volume on the movies using Handbrake.

    Hopefully there is a way to boost the volume on the iPad.

    On my HP computer you can double boost the sound when watching a DVD or Blu-ray by 1,2 or 3.

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    Has anyone else had any problem with the volume being low ripping Blu-rays with AnyDVDHD & then converting to iPad by using Handbrake.

    I have the volume at full & it's not nearly as loud as an actual Digital Copy that comes with Blu-rays & can be played on the iPad.

    Is there a better program to use to have a better volume on the movies?

    The picture looks great but the volume is really low & Handbrake doesn't have anything to increase the volume when converting.

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    Easy, FREE for 30 Days

    Hey marine92104

    I tried DVDFab that OUTL4W recommended. It's what you want.....EASY.....but for a steep price. Here's what i found: It does a good clean EASY job of the project. It Rips and Converts in one step, then transfers the ONE file to iTunes for eventual upload to your iPad. The Price? It's free for 30 days. To get the full "Suit" to do DVD/BD rips and conversions it's gonna cost you over $200. AND its only good for 2 years.

    No Chapters, just one file.
    It's so EASY that even I can do it. Deal with ONE APP, not "Many".
    It really wants to add subtitles.....which I just have to remember to uncheck each time (have not always done that)

    I'm using it to beat the band right now, to get things ripped within that 30 days, then Bye Bye..........

    I'm still looking for that "Reasonably" priced APP thats "Relatively" EASY.

    Semper Fi
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    Easy, FREE for 30 Days

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