Rip Blu-ray/DVD to Lenovo A Plus for Watching

Lenovo A Plus is a low-end, affordable smartphone from every perspective. It sports a 4.5-inch display with a 480 x 854 resolution. It’s packing in a 2,000 mAh battery, but considering that the device itself isn’t power-hungry, that should be enough to last for quite a while. Even though you watch a feature-length movie on Lenovo A Plus, the battery is also enough. Here, this article today teaches you how to rip and copy Blu-ray and DVD movies to Lenovo A Plus cause there are some movies you can’t download from online. Commercial Blu-ay and DVD discs often have encryption to prevent people from copying. To rip Blu-ray and DVD Continue reading Rip Blu-ray/DVD to Lenovo A Plus for Watching

Playing 1080p H265 videos on OnePlus 3/2/1

HEVC is an successor to H.264/MPEG-4 AVC (Advanced Video Coding). Also know as H.265, HEVC is the latest video compression standard that is said to double the data compression ratio compared to H.264/AVC at the same level of video quality. Video encoded with HEVC will maintain the high visual quality, but at a smaller file size. However, H.265/HEVC video is not a friendly format for OnePlus 3/2/1. Web searching "H.265/HEVC to OnePlus", you can find many issues: "HEVC is NOT in the supported video codec list. I wonder whether the One has a HW HEVC decoder. Even if no HW codec, there may be another way to play." – from Continue reading Playing 1080p H265 videos on OnePlus 3/2/1

Copy Blu-ray/DVD to NAS for Tablet/PC/NoteBook Watching

With the removal of Windows Media Center from Windows 8, and the pulling of support for the software in Windows 10, it has suddenly become more difficult to play DVD and Blu-ray discs on your computer. Besides, more and more notebook, tablet, even PC remove the DVD Drive support. In this case, how can you play Blu-ray and DVD on your tablet, notebook, PC? To solve the problem, you can rip your BD/DVD to NAS with some Blu-ray and DVD Ripping software in your PC/Tablet/Notebook playable format. With DVD and Blu-ray ripping, you can convert Blu-ray and DVD to tablet, notebook, PC media player supported format video such as MP4, WMV, etc. To rip Blu-ray and Continue reading Copy Blu-ray/DVD to NAS for Tablet/PC/NoteBook Watching

How to Permanently Save rented Redbox DVDs on Tablet, Server, HDD, Computer

Part of movie lovers prefer to rent DVD movies with a cheap price rather than purchase the fragile DVD discs. Redbox, featuring automated retail kiosks in red for DVDs, Blu-rays and video games rental, drives consumers to get wanted DVD movies in a pretty convenient way. However, the rental period limitation and high maximum charge become the biggest troubles. To handle the problems, some people want to save their rented DVD movies to hard drive, tablet, HDD, computer, server permanently: "How can I copy a rented DVD with copyrights to my computer or external drive? I want to make copies from Redbox, Blockbuster etc."- from makeuseof.com Rented Redbox DVD has Continue reading How to Permanently Save rented Redbox DVDs on Tablet, Server, HDD, Computer

View DVD Movies on Gear VR via Galaxy J7 in 3D

Samsung Gear VR, HTC Vive and Oculus Rift would be the most popular three VR Headsets. What’s more, Samsung Gear VR will be the best top-selling one among the three due to its lower price than the other two. If you want to have your own 3D movie theater, you can invest in a Samsung Gear VR. When get a Samsung Gear VR, you even can enjoy your collected DVD in 3D with your new Galaxy J7 phone. Here, let’s see how to watch DVD movies on Galaxy J7 through Samsung Gear VR in 3D mode.   Samsung Gear VR by default supports most common file formats including MKV, MP4, Continue reading View DVD Movies on Gear VR via Galaxy J7 in 3D