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  • #202353
    Colin Riley
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    Hey there,
    I have a client whom wishes to acquire footage from Blu Ray. He has the rights to use it so you must not worry piratting.

    Anyway can anyone tell me about MAC based Blu-Ray ripping software, I have only been able to find PC based software? Also would I need any special hardware to pull this off?

    I am told that I will recieve AVI or H.264 from the ripping software. Can anyone lend there opinion as to weather I will get cleaner results from AVI or H.264? My guess is H.264, but it would be nice to here from someone else.

    Im more concerned about finding the software then the file choice, but any help would be great.

    Thanks guys and gals

    #216930
    Rihanna Holmes
    Participant

    Hello there,

    I haven’t heard of any Mac software that can rip Blu-ray discs.
    Normally the Blu-ray file format is a container for videos in either H.264, MPEG-2, or VC-1 format. If your ripping software allows unpacking this container without further decoding/coding, then H.264 output should be alright. Uncompressed AVI should be safest though, if possible.

    #216931
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Well, u can try this [URL=”http://wannasoft.com/Pavtube-Blu-Ray-Ripper-for-Mac/”%5DMac Blu-ray Ripper[/URL] which enables u to rip and convert Blu-ray to other video formats with good quality on Mac. It works for me great.

    Good luck

    #216932
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Well, u can try this [URL=”http://wannasoft.com/Pavtube-Blu-Ray-Ripper-for-Mac/”%5DMac Blu-ray Ripper[/URL] which enables u to rip and convert Blu-ray to other video formats with good quality on Mac. It works for me great.

    Good luck

    #216933
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Now more and more Blu-ray, a lot of families have Blu-ray player, Blu-ray Disc, Blu-ray game disc, the computer can play Blu-ray Disc drive.
    DVD, Blu-ray is much better than in high-definition, high quality.
    A few days ago I bought a blu ray copy, with a feel good, the operation is simple.
    http://www.blurayapps.com

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