Ripping Bluray Movies into iTunes for Apple devices
Do you want to make Blu-ray portable on Apple devices? Want to preserve forced subtitles of Blu-ray on iTunes? This article mainly introduces the way to sync Blu-ray movies to iTunes.
Blu-ray HD movies can give you great detail and sharpest bright colors. There are no details that can escape from HD movies even an aging actress's wrinkle. When you already have a Blu-ray, most of you are not willing to repurchase it with ridiculous prices from iTunes. But Blu-ray cannot be played directly on your Apple devices like iPhone, iPod, iPad or Apple TV because of lacking Blu-ray player. How to make Blu-ray portable with Apple devices? The answer is to rip Blu-ray to iTunes compatible videos so you can transfer them to your iPhone, iPad, iPod, or stream to Apple TV etc for playback.
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What you need is a professional Blu-ray Ripper that can help you to remove the protection of Blu-ray and then convert to iTunes supported videos formats like MP4, MOV etc with outstanding video quality. What's more, some Blu-ray contains the unknown language like Avatar and you cannot understand it without subtitles. So to keep the subtitles for unknown language is necessary for full enjoyment. In this case, Pavtube BDMagic (Read Review) is the ideal software to you. It will help to rip and convert Blu-ray to a mass of videos formats with fast speed and high video quality.
Moreover, you can choose the desired subtitle for output and select forced subtitles for some unknown languages. Now let's go to learn how to do it.
How to convert Blu-ray to iTunes with forced subtitles for iPad, iPhone, iPod and Apple TV?
Get your Blu-ray drive ready and insert Blu-ray you need to the drive. And keep networked when ripping Blu-ray.
Tips: If you are running on Mac, please try BDMagic for Mac.
Step 1. Load Blu-ray to Blu-ray to iTunes Converter.
Run the best Blu-ray to iTunes Converter, click "Load file" button to select the inserted Blu-ray and import it for transferring to iTunes. It will take only few seconds to rip Blu-ray. Then the software will recognize the actual main title of Blu-ray and pick it automatically. You do not need to look for the main title manually.
Press the selected main title you can preview the whole Blu-ray movies on the preview window on the right, which works like a media player.
Step 2. Check forced subtitles for output.
Because Blu-ray always contains multiple subtitle and audio tracks, you can go to choose the desired subtitle and audio on the interface for output.
Beside subtitles option, "Forced subtitle" is optional and uncheck by default. Go to check "Forced subtitles" for output. Take note that it will output forced subtitles only if it is checked.
Step 3. Choose iTunes compatible format for Apple devices.
Choose the iTunes supported formats in the "Format" dropdown list. You can go to "Common Video" or "HD Video" options to find what you like. I think MP4 format is better for iTunes.
But, here you are recommended to choose the Apple devices like iPad, iPone, Apple TV, etc directly. Find a suitable format under these Apple devices options.
Tips: For some advances users, you can go to adjust video and audio parameters like bitrate, resolution, channels, etc. Click "Settings" button you can go to check and change them as you like.
Step 4. Convert Blu-ray to iTunes.
Before conversion you can go to "Browse" your computer to find the folder for output files. Then click "Convert" button to get Blu-ray to iTunes conversion started. After a while, you can find the generated file for iTunes quickly via "Open" button.
Now open your iTunes and then sync the ripped Blu-ray movies to iTunes library for convenient playback on Apple devices. In this way, you can enjoy your favorite Blu-ray with forced subtitles on your iPad/iPhone/iPod wherever you are.
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