Thursday, September 12, 2013

Watch Star Trek Blu-ray movie on Google Nexus 10, Nexus 4, Nexus 7 & New Nexus 7

Description: A easy, quick and reliable Blu-ray Ripping workflow to let you enjoy Star Trek Blu-ray movie on Google Nexus 10, Nexus 7 & New Nexus 7 and Nexus 4 with perfect audio and video synchronization.

Question 1: 

  • "I have created several ISO image files from my Blu-ray collections. Recently I bought a Google Nexus 7 (2013 version). I would like to copy these Blu-ray ISO files to my Nexus 7 so that I can watch them easily. But it seems Nexus 7 would not work with a Blu-ray ISO file; how can I do this?" 
Question 2: 
  • "We just received my Star Trek into Darkness Blu-ray and can't wait to enjoy it. But the problems is we are heading for Europe on vacation tomorrow, and we'd rather not to take discs, Blu-ray drive and my Macbook Pro – all of these on board. I was wondering if I take my new Nexus 10, is that possible to watch Star Trek Blu-ray on Nexus 10?"

Not a long ago, Google and Asus released the second generation of Nexus 7 (2013); any of you already got it yet? Google Nexus series is so hot after releasing and it's sough-after by Google fans and Android fans for super-sharp screen, powerful processor present us excellent performance from a dual-core chip, and most of the importance - the high reputation of Google itself.

With such a portable smartphone or tablet in high resolution, watching videos could be such a big enjoyment especially when you have Blu-ray collections. Maybe not all of you know how to playback Blu-ray movies on Nexus 4/7/10, so we share our experience here:


Blu-ray to Google Nexus Mac Workflow: How to watch Blu-ray on Nexus 4/7/10? 

Most commercial Blu-rays are heavily encrypted by film studio and the distributors, so that if you want to move Blu-ray movie to Google Nexus Tablet or Phone, the key point is to remove the disc protection. After testing several Blu-ray protection removing programs, we choose the Pavtube BDMagic for Mac for its simple interface, easy workflow and reliable video quality. Surprisingly we found it's on 30% off atm; are you still waiting?

Download a free trial version here 

Step 1. Load Blu-rays to this Mac Blu-ray to Google Nexus Ripper.

Firstly you need to get a Blu-ray drive to make Mac recognize your Blu-ray discs; the built-in drive in Mac is only able to play DVDs.

After that, let's launch Blu-ray Ripper for Mac, click the top left icon to import disc.

It will detect and show all the Blu-rays that connected to Mac, click the disc name to import them directly. And no worries if you only have Blu-ray ISO files, Pavtube will recognize the ISO files directly so that you don't need to run virtual drive to extract videos from ISO image file firstly.

Step 2. Choose video format.

For Google Nexus 4/7/10, the most compatible video format is MP4. Now click the drop-down list besides "Format", choose Android and find presets for Google Nexus. Another way to quick locate these presets is to submit "Nexus" in the search box.

Step 3. Edit video before conversion. (Optional)

Click the pencil-like icon on the top to edit videos before conversion. You can trim, crop, edit audio, add subtitles here.

After editing video, let's back to the main interface. Have you noticed the red "Settings" besides Format drop list? Click it, you can customize video size, bitrate, frame rate, sample rate(Hz) at your needs.

Step 4. Start conversion.

Click the big red "Convert" to start converting Blu-ray to MP4 for playback on Nexus 4/7/10. Wait for moments, and quick locate the converted video by clicking "Open Output folder".

Tips: Please keep the Internet connected during importing and converting, so that the whole process would be successfully managed.

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