The Motorola Droid X rocks a brilliant 4.3-inch touch screen and offers some wonderful multimedia features. It is a beast, just like the original Droid before it, but in a good way. To a large extent, with the Droid X’s hi-res screen, your hand has becoming a nice theater. It is a pity that the funny handy theater only accept limited video/audio formats: H.264, MPEG-4, H.263.
Have you caught into these situations as below? Copy or backup tons of Blu-ray disc movies on your computer’s hard drive and want to put and play the Blu-ray movies on your new Droid X anywhere for more fun. Or, just have a big collection of Blu-ray discs and attempt to make it possible to transfer and play Blu-ray disc files on the Droid X when you are on a holiday or a business trip so that you could easily kill the time with interesting things.
Congratulations! You are in the right place. The guide will mainly help you use the best Blu-ray Ripper to decrypt and rip BD files stored on your PC or Blu-ray discs embeded with different copy protections, AACS, MKV V19 or region code to the Droid X playable format for playback with high quality.
Droid X playable formats:
Video: MPEG-4, MP4, H.264, WMV, DIVX or XVID.
Audio: AAC, H.263, H.264, MP3, WAV, WMA, eAAC+, OGG, AAC+, MIDI, AMR WB, AMR NB.
The Blu-ray to Droid X Converter can export various video/audio files for Droid X without video/audio sync problems, but the best Droid X video format to get excellent playback quality is recommended as below: Video H.264 (*.mp4) at 1500 bitrate and 23.97 frame rate with 854*480 resolution.
The step-by-step guide as below:
Step 1: Load BD files into this Blu-ray to Droid X ripping software. (Make sure the Blu-ray disc is inserted in the BD ROM connected with your PC at first, or you can import BD folder or ISO/IFO image file from your computer.)
Step 2: Choose output format for Droid X by clicking the “Format” option and selecting “Android - > Motorola Droid (X) H.264 Video (*.mp4)”.
Step 3: Customize output settings to get the best Droid X video format by adjusting video/audio parameters after clicking the “Settings” button. (this is optional. Actually the default settings for the Droid X will keep the ripped/converted BD files with good quality if you won’t do this.) Video H.264 (*.mp4) at 1500 bitrate and 23.97 frame rate with 854*480 resolution is recommended here for the Droid X.
Step 4: Start BD to Droid X MP4 conversion by clicking the icon on the main interface. Based on the latest NVIDIA CUDA technology, the entire ripping will be done within a short time – 5x faster than those CUDA unabled rippers. Batch BD conversion is also supported. Or, you can check the “Merge into one file” box to join/combine several Blu-ray M2TS files into a single one after the ripping.
Full Disc Copy – Support to make a full BD disc copy from your BD discs with its original structures.
Subtitle – Allow you to select your desired subtitle language.
Only show forced subtitles – Check the box to display forced subtitles in your Blu-ray movies.
Audio – Help you easily choose the BD files’ audio track language you like.
After the above operations, you will get the shrinked or decrypted BD files on your PC, and then you could easily put and play Blu-ray movies on your Droid X for playing where you go. (You can get detailed steps of transferring movies to Droid X here.)
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