Ripping Blu-ray DVD for Loading to USB/DLNA Watching on Sony XBR65X850

Blu-ray DVD to Sony Bravia TV, TV Solutions
Run into a problem with ripping a Blu-ray DVD and loading it on to USB flash drive. The TV is a Sony XBR65X850 just out of the box. How to play Blu-ray, DVD movies on Sony Bravia TV by USB?This article is going to answer these questions. When it comes to watch Blu-ray movies on Sony TV, the very first method you think is using a Blu-ray Player, connected to TV via HDMI, right? In this article, we talk about watching Blu-ray on Sony TV via DLNA or USB, instead of using a Blu-ray Player, which is more convenient and efficient to manage all of your Blu-rays. If you have purchased some commercial Blu-ray or DVD movies, you may have known that purchased Blu-ray/DVD movies are copy protected, we can’t copy Blu-ray/DVD medias to USB Flash Drive, Pen Drive or NAS for watching directly, in or

What’s the best way to Full Disc Copy of a Blu-ray Remaining the original structures

Copy Protection, Losslessly Backup Blu-ray, Region Code
Full disc copy means to help users to backup the whole contents of a Blu-ray disc remaining the original structures. Blu-ray is a new standard that is completely different from a standard conventional DVD. The structure of the disc, therefore, is vastly different from that of DVD, even though at 1.2mm the thickness is the same. The structure of a DVD is a pair of discs with a 0.6mm thickness joined together, with a recording layer known as a "reflection film" trapped in the middle. Single-sided dual layer-type DVDs have also been released and these have a non-transparent reflection layer and semi-transparent reflection layer attached together, with a transparent layer between the reflection films. The basic difference between the single-layer and double-layer structure is whether or not...

Mediacoder not working on Windows 10/Mac? Try its Alternative

Mediacoder Alternative for Mac, Software Alternatives
This article will do a brief review for Mediacoder, and recommend the best Mediacoder Alternative for Mac and Windows to you. Mediacoder is an awesome tool to use for all file conversions that you have such as, MP4, AVI, MOV, WAV, and many more. It is considered by many as one of the top video converter program that is out in the market. For it can be used by everyone, however it takes a little bit effort for those first timers. To learn more about this tool here are some of its Pros and Cons that this converter has. Pros: It is free. Support many media formats. Cons: It requires software download and installation prior to converting your media files. Its platform is somewhat perplexed for newbie. Only support Windows OS. Slow file conversion rate. This program is indeed ...

What’s the best way to Rip Blu-ray to MKV Play on Plex Media Server

Blu-ray to Videos, H.264 MKV, PLEX
How to Connect with Plex to Play Blu-ray movies? Can Plex Media Server support Blu-ray movie playback? If not, how can i convert Blu-rays for playable with Plex? First, a quick note: we know that there is still a lot of legal ambiguity around ripping content that you have legally purchased. At Audioholics, we believe that you should be able to watch purchased media on your system regardless of whether it's coming from a standalone Blu-ray player or a media center frontend. Actually, it's not as difficult as you imagine. To get Blu-rays on Plex, you'll need a Blu-ray drive installed in your computer and a third-party Blu-ray ripping software. Most of you are likely familiar with the excellent Handbrake for ripping standard Def DVDs, but while the latest version of the software has...

Where to Get Three Great Alternatives to Windows Movie Maker

Editing Softwares, Windows Movie Maker
Windows Movie Maker is no more. These free programs are great replacements. Microsoft has put an end to one of its favorite free software bundles, Windows Essentials. It included a variety of different programs such as a blog writing program, the now defunct MSN Messenger, Windows Live Mail, and Movie Maker. The latter was a particularly beloved program, because it made it easy to do basic edits for a video. With Movie Maker you could add an introductory screen, credits, a soundtrack, cut out certain portions of the video, add visual filters, and then easily share those videos on various platforms such as Facebook, YouTube, Vimeo, and Flickr. It was a fun way to spice up a family movie or school project. It's not a stretch to say there weren't many programs like it. If you still l...

How to Watch 3D Blu-ray in Sarlar’s 3D VR Glasses via Your Smartphone

Sarlar’s 3D VR Glasses, VR Headset
If you have collected lots of Blu-ray Discs at home. It’s a pity what you can not get them on your Andorid/iOS devices through Sarlar’s 3D VR Glasses with 3D Effects. Read here and find the solution. One of the biggest issues a VR user can face is a serious strain on their eyes and neck. If you can’t get your hands off VR, but want to go easy on your eyes and neck, the Sarlar’s 3D VR Glasses are the one for you. They are listed as the No. 1 best seller on Amazon for 3D Viewing Glasses. Sarlar’s 3D VR glasses’ design is engineered to assure comfort and provide no pressure against your eyelid. Its strap and viewing enclosure relieves friction and strain against your nose bridge and allows for enough breathing space. A soft sponge foam casing pads and lines the viewing rim of the heads

How to Bring/Capture videos from Blu-ray to Make new project in Power Director 15/14/13

CyberLink PowerDirector, Editing Softwares
This article outlines how to rip and convert Blu-ray to PowerDirector 15/14/13/12/11/10 compatible format so as to import Blu-ray files into Cyberlink PowerDirector for smooth editing. Created for beginners and professionals, the newest Cyberlink version adds extras such as 360-degree video editing and vertical videos. Not to mention, it can handle 4K video with aplomb. The 100-track timeline allows for more simplified video edits such as stabilization or quickly correcting and trimming existing clips for the best possible finished product. For beginning video editors, the PowerDirector software adds a feature called Express Projects to help. Capable of creating professional-looking videos that are social-media ready, Express Projects asks the users to do nothing other than drag and ...

Perfect 3D Blu-ray/DVD Playback on Google DayDream with Pixel and Pixel XL

Google DayDream View, VR Headset
The Pixel phone line was introduced in conjunction with the Daydream View VR headset, and the initial release promotion for the Pixel phones included a free Daydream View VR headset. The Daydream view is only compatible with Pixel phones, although it may be compatible with other phones in the future. While the Daydream View is not as sophisticated as the HTC Vive in terms of capabilities, it is one tenth the price and may allow more Android developers to go beyond the barely interactive panoramic view apps that currently dominate the Google Play store for Google Cardboard. If you're not interested in a VR headset for the sake of games or panoramic tours, consider how an inexpensive headset like the Daydream View would work as a personal movie viewing device for things like watching m...

What you should know about the Pixel and Pixel XL Phones from Google

Google DayDream View, Pixel and Pixel XL, Tablet/Phone Reviews, VR Headset
To understand how the Pixel is different, we need to take a brief sidetrack to the Nexus line. The Pixel phone line is a replacement for the previous Nexus phone series. Nexus phones were made by other phone manufacturers as example devices for new Android releases, and unlike the Pixel, the joint branding was visible on the device. The Nexus 6P, for example, is branded as a Huawei phone, and Google extended the partnership into letting device makers influence some of the design decisions. Nexus phones were sold unlocked (you could use them with any carrier for US devices) and usually without a phone contract. Generally, Nexus phones came with both a high-end model and a more inexpensive model. The Pixel line was introduced as two sizes of what is essentially the same high-end phone. P...

Chromecast vs. Chromecast Ultra: Which one should you buy?

Chromecast & Chromecast Ultra, Stream To TV
Google Chromecast Ultra Google’s taking the “if it isn’t broke, don’t fix it” saying and throwing it right out the window by taking the already impressive Google Chromecast and making it even better. The Chromecast Ultra now offers streaming in 4K Ultra HD and HDR with additional speed boosts to handle the more intense quality. Like its predecessors, the Chromecast Ultra plugs right into your TV’s HDMI port and works with the iPhone, iPad, Android devices and laptops with thousands of Cast-enabled apps. Google’s Chromecast supports more than 200,000 TV shows and movies, plus 30 million songs, radio, sports, games and more. While it’s arguable that options like the Roku are more feature-rich, Google’s Chromecast Ultra may be the easiest and best-designed streaming service around. T