1. How much do you know about Blu-ray disc?
Blu-ray Disc (also known as Blu-ray or BD) is an optical disc storage medium designed to supersede the standard DVD format. Its main uses are for storing high-definition video, PlayStation 3 games, and other data, with up to 25 GB per single layered, and 50 GB per dual layered disc. The disc has the same physical dimensions as standard DVDs and CDs.
Included digital copies are still the exception rather than the norm in the Blu-ray world. Lame. You'd like to convert those discs for playback elsewhere, right? But there is something you should know first.
If you choose a stupid software to convert blu ray, you will certainly be stuck by its weakness. It takes forever, eats up a ton of hard drive space. It's like trying to convert a DVD in 1999: computers still have a long way to go before this is easy.
But just because it's hard doesn't mean it's impossible, and once your system is set up it's something you can start before you go to bed and have finished for you in the morning. Here we've outlined exactly what you need to convert your 1080p Blu-ray discs (the ones you own, of course) and then convert the video into a more manageable file size for watching on a computer, phone, game console or PMP. Because hey, you own this movie, and you should be able to watch it on whatever device you want.
But you'll have to earn that right. Let's start this painful process, shall we?
2. Why choose Xilisoft Blu Ray Converter
- Convert Blu-ray discs with high converting speed and excellent HD-quality
- Convert Blu-ray M2TS videos to iPod videos and common videos
- Extract audio from Blu-ray movie and capture movie images
- Edit video by trimming, cropping, merging and adding video effects
- The broad support of multimedia devices
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3. How to convert Blu-ray disc to iPod
Now it's time to tell you how to convert Blu-ray disc to iPod.
1. Free download at: Xilisoft Blu Ray Converter, install and launch.
2. Insert the blu-ray disc and choose the proper output destination and the target video format.
3. Click "Convert" button. The conversion will take a while.
Wake up the next morning, have your coffee, and check your output file. It should play beautifully in your media player of choice, and look crisp as a kettle chip. My 640x360 encode of the Dark Knight was around an even 1GB in the end, which is not bad at all. Copy it to your device of choice and enjoy.