Tag: rip blu-ray to h.265

BD/DVD to H.264-Rip Blu-ray to H.264 MP4/MKV/MOV with CUDA

Blu-ray to Videos, MP4
H.264 is a popular video codec supported by majority video players and TVs. With Brorsoft Blu-ray Ripper you can convert Blu-ray , DVD video to H.264 in just tree simple steps. No ads, no registration, no difficult actions. Brorsoft Blu-ray Ripperworks perfectly for ripping/converting Blu-ray to H.264 MKV, H.264 MOV, H.264 MP4 with original wonderful quality. It supports Blu-ray disc decryption (crack AACS, BD+, region code, copyright protection) and lists the titles/chapters when loading Blu-ray disc. It is also easy enough to backup Blu-ray without protection and select a title or a chapter for conversion. If you wanna process Blu-ray to H.264 video on Mac(macOS Sierra included), please turn to Mac Blu-ray ripping software. Besides, Brorsoft Blu-ray Ripper for Windows makes the mo...

Play BD on MPC-HC – Rip Blu-ray to H.265 MP4 for Playback on Media Player Classic (MPC-HC)

Blu-ray, Blu-ray to Videos, H.265/HEVC Codec Playback, MPC-HC, Region Code, VLC
H.265/HEVC is gradually more and more used in many camera video, 4K video and other video streaming. This article shows you how to rip Blu-ray to H.265 for playback with MPC-HC. As for software that can playback HEVC-encoded files, there are many options out there. On Windows 10, you can natively play HEVC videos in the default Films & TV app or through Windows Media Player. Alternatively, you can use VLC or MPC-HC for playback, which support older operating systems, or popular media center apps like Kodi (version 14 onwards) and Plex Media Player. If you’re running macOS or iOS, VLC is your best bet. On Android devices, you’ll be able to play back HEVC files using MX Player through software decoding if your device is fast enough, or if it is, both MX Player and the Plex app supp
Rip Blu-ray to H.265 Codec for Watching on 4K TV

Rip Blu-ray to H.265 Codec for Watching on 4K TV

Blu-ray, TV
This article aim to show you how to watch your Blu-ray movies on 4K TV in digital format with H.265 format and set 4k resolution for the Blu-ray rips. In 2017, only budget or small TVs are still being made with a 1080p resolution. So even if you don't care about 4k (for example, if you sit far away or don't have access to 4k content), which means it should have a clearer picture: You are watching native 4k content You sit close enough to notice the difference Input: 4k Resolution Input: 1080p Resolution 4k TV: A TV with 2160 rows and 3840 columns of pixels. 1080p TV: A TV with 2160 rows and 3840 columns of pixels. If you sit close, want a big screen and have access to 4k native content. If you sit far, have a small screen, or don't have access t