The announcement of iPad Air 2 has become a great weave of excitement that swept across Apple fans and movie buffs in spades. And watching movies on iPad Air 2 and the original iPad Air whenever and wherever you want is a great enjoyment that spices up your weekend, holiday or your other leisure time. However, the new iPad Air (2) has limited storage space like many other portable devices and Apple doesn’t seem to insert your Blu-ray on them, which are still the issues with many disc collectors since Blu-rays takes a lot of space and are nit-pick at portable players.
Have a Blu-ray disc like “Gardians Of The Galaxy” Blu-ray movies bought few days ago and want to watch it on iPad Air (2) when travelling? Accordingly, you are suggested to rip Blu-ray to iPad Air (2) viewable format first for smooth movie playback. And in this page, I will quickly walk you through the guide to get 1080p Blu-ray to iPad Air/Air 2, in my experience.
To rip Blu-ray to iPad Air (2), you need to use a Blu-ray Ripping software no matter on Windows or Mac. And to save your storage of your tablet, you’d better do some further video/audio parameter settings to find a balance of size vs. quality. In this case, Pavtube BDMagic is the first and best choice for you. (Read Best Selling Blu-ray Rippers review)
First of all, it helps you easily rip and convert any latest commercial BD, DVD to iPad Air/Air 2 compatible video i.e. MP4. What’s more, it offers the Settings feature with the video coedc, bitrate, frame rate, audio codec, sample rate, audio channel options, which enables you to get a best balance of your output video quality and size. Some simple editing features like cropping, trimming, adding watermark, adjusting effect, attaching subtitles are also supplied. For mac users, here comes the mac workflow.
Step-by-step guide on converting “Gardians Of The Galaxy” Blu-ray to iPad Air (2)
Step 1: Load Blu-ray movies
Insert the “Gardians Of The Galaxy” Blu-ray disc to your Blu-ray drive and launch the best iPad Air (2) Blu-ray ripper. Click the disc button to load the Blu-ray movie files. Blu-ray movie folder and ISO image files are also fully supported.
Step 2: Select iPad Air/Air 2 video format
Since iPad Air (2) supports M4V, MP4 and MOV format, you can choose one of them as the output format. Or you can directly select “iPad” > “iPad Air Full HD Video(*.mp4)”. The preset could fit on iPad Air/Air 2 perfectly.
Step 3: Video/Audio parameter settings
Obviously you’re probably going to have to compromise a bit – you’re not going to get full Blu-ray quality out of your final file unless you only want one or two video on your tablet and nothing else.
Step 4: Start conversion
Press the “Convert” button on the main interface to begin ripping 1080p Blu-ray to MP4 for iPad Air/Air 2.
After you’ve got the final file transcoded, you need to get it onto your iPad Air (2). Connect the cable that came with your tablet to your computer, and start iTunes and it’ll show up as a device under your iTunes list.
Now sync the Blu-ray rips to your iPad Air/iPad Air 2 via iTunes and what’s left is enjoying “Gardians Of The Galaxy” Blu-ray freely when travelling. Also playing Torrent videos and mts movies on iPad Air(2) is easy.