Want to get the most of your multimedia content? Pavtube offers all-in-one converter apps that convert videos, films and movies to any portable devices that you may have: iPhone 5, Windows 8 RT Tablet, Galaxy Note II, Sony Xperia Tablet S, Archos GamePad and more. It not only encodes AVI, MP4, 3GP, DVD, MKV, AVCHD movies up to 1080p and export to devices such as iPod, iPad, PSP, Android, Xbox 360, but also rips DVDs and Blu-ray movies for streaming to Android tablets, Windows 8 devices and iPhone 5.
How to convert 1080p Video/Blu-ray/DVD movies on Windows PC
Required software: Blu-ray Video Converter Ultimate
1. Run the Blu-ray Video Converter Ultimate, and load source movies.
Click “Add Video” to load your video files like MTS/M2TS, MKV, MOV, TOD, TiVo, etc;
Click “Add Disc” to load movie from DVD or Blu-ray Disc. The software supports batch conversion so you can import more than one discs and queue conversion tasks.
2. Select desired episodes of the movie and set subtitle/ audio track.
If your sources are video files, please skip this step. For BD/DVD conversion, you may click on the Audio box and select audio language and Subtitles box to set subtitles. There is a box of “Force Subtitles” too.
3. Set output format.
To play 1080p Video/Blu-ray/DVD movies on the new device (iPhone 5, Windows 8 RT Tablet, Galaxy Note II, Sony Xperia Tablet S, Archos GamePad), you need to set a compatible format for the tablet. Follow “Common Video” to set “H.264 Video (*.mp4)” format, which is supported by universal Android, iOS and Windows 8 devices.
4. Start converting 1080p Video/Blu-ray/DVD movies.
Now click "Convert" button to start conversion. When the conversion task is finished, you can click “Open” button to get the final output files for putting to the new device (iPhone 5, Windows 8 RT Tablet, Galaxy Note II, Sony Xperia Tablet S, Archos GamePad). To take advantage of GPU encoding for faster conversion, you may click on the Nvidia CUDA/AMD App button.
How to convert 1080p Video/Blu-ray/DVD movies on Mac desktop/laptop
Required software: iMedia Converter for Mac
The Mac computers do not have BD-ROM. If you are about to rip Blu-ray disc on Mac, add an external BD drive to Mac for loading Blu-ray movie. And keep wired.
1. Once launch the iMedia Converter for Mac, click “Add Video” to load your video files, like MKV, DivX/XviD AVI, MTS, TiVo, etc., or click “BD/DVD Folder” to load your Blu-ray or DVD movie files. The suite supports batch conversion so blu-ray disc, DVD and videos can be loaded at a time. Note that DRM-protected iTunes movies purchases are not supported by iMedia Converter for Mac. To convert iTunes movies for Android/Windows tablet, try with ChewTune for Mac.
2. To set audio track and subtitle (if necessary) for blu-ray and DVD movies, you may click on the Audio box and select an audio track with desired language. And set subtitles in the same way.
3. Click on the drop-down list of “Format”, and then follow “Common Video”> “H.264 Video (*.mp4)” format.
4. Click “Convert” button to Convert BD, DVD and videos for the new device (iPhone 5, Windows 8 RT Tablet, Galaxy Note II, Sony Xperia Tablet S, Archos GamePad).
In this way you can bring along any movies with an Android/Windows tablet and enjoy the movies on board. If you have a media server/NAS device, this is also a good way for digitally storing and organizing your Blu-ray and DVD movies, and makes them available from any television in your home.