Wondershare Launches DVD/Video to iPad Converter

Discussion in 'Apple iPad News' started by iDan, Apr 22, 2010.

  1. Takenover83

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    I could not even use my normal Blu-ray software (TMT3)to play Avatar. Had to use Powerdvd :(
     
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    Dvdfab has never failed me.
     
  3. mpengle

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    Occasionally you will find a dvd that handbrake hangs up on (example: Transporter 3) but it may not do it for every user. I haven't found a fix for those few dvds it does give errors on though. Also, for the one who asked, you DO indeed need a decrypter to make videos from copy-protected dvds.
     
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    Absolutely useless - only runs on Win O/S
     
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    Try Handbrake for Mac OS
     
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    I used to use DVDFab on windows all the time...it was my fav till I got a mac!
     
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    I took a m2ts from a Blu-ray, clipped it, and played it on the iPad. It also worked on 720p video from my camera. These are actually quite nice programs for the $27.95 DVD/Video file bundle.
     
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    I'm curious, for the iPad should I rip the Avatar bluray or the regular dvd that came with it? Which would look better or does it make a difference on the small screen? I only ask because all things being equal the dvd file is probably going to be smaller.
     
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    The blu-ray would actually look better as you can rip it up to 720p resolution, but as you say, for space purposes you might be better off just using the lesser resolution. The normal dvd version is only going to be 480p.
     
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    What settings do you all use in handbrake for your iPad movies? Just the normal iPhone settings? Thanks.
     

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