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Rip Blu-ray to Toshiba Thrive with Pavtube Mac Blu-ray to Toshiba Thrive Converter

Post  tutubebe99 on Fri Nov 04, 2011 5:11 am

Rip Blu-ray to Toshiba Thrive with Pavtube Mac Blu-ray to Toshiba Thrive Converter


Equipped with Android slate boasts a 10.1-inch screen, a dual-core 1GHz Tegra 2 chip, 1GB of RAM, and a small chunk of flash storage, Toshiba Thrive performs well in dealing with multitasking, such as HD video playing and large games. Most people want to make Toshiba Thrive play Blu-ray movies, but I believe that it is difficult for them to enjoy Blu-ray movies on Toshiba Thrive directly after adding Blu-ray movies to Toshiba Thrive.

As movies in Blu-ray format are not compatible with Toshiba Thrive, actually, you need do something before successfully playing Blu-ray movies with Toshiba Thrive. The best way is to convert Blu-ray to Toshiba Thrive compatible format on Mac. Pavtube Blu-ray Ripper for Mac is the most suitable Blu-ray to Toshiba Thrive Mac Ripper for you to rip Blu-ray movies on Mac.

To Mac backup Blu-ray movie for Toshiba Thrive, you should follow these steps and then you can freely enjoy your Blu-ray movies on Toshiba Thrive.

Step 1. Run the Pavtube Mac Blu-ray to Toshiba Thrive Converter and import source media.

Click "BD ROM" to load your source Blu-ray movie. It usually takes a few seconds to load your Blu-ray movie from BD drive. The program also allows you import from Blu-ray ISO/IFO files. When all the movie clips are loaded to file list, check the main movie and leave the unwanted files unchecked. You could preview the movie in preview window.

Step 2. Select and set subtitle/ audio track for the movie.
For Blu-ray to Toshiba Thrive conversion on Mac, you need set audio track and subtitles. Click on the Audio box and select an audio track with desired language to set the audio track. And setting subtitles is in the same way.


Step 3. Set the output format for ripping Blu-ray movies to Toshiba Thrive.
To play Blu-ray movies on Toshiba Thrive, you need to set a compatible format for it. Pavtube Mac Blu-ray to Toshiba Thrive Converter provides many output formats for you.

1) Click on "Format >Common Video> H.264 Video (*.mp4)".

2) Click on "Settings" to choose the Size (pix) as 1280×800 ( If your original video resolution is less than 1280*800, I suggest you don’t adjust the resolution, just keep original resolution. Otherwise the image will be stretched.)

3) Click on "OK" to finish the Toshiba Thrive format settings.

Or, you can click on "Save as" button to rename the profile settings as Toshiba Thrive H.264 Video (*.mp4) and save it in Custom category for next use in a shortcut.


Step 4. Start converting Blu-ray movie to Toshiba Thrive compatible video.
Now click "Convert" button to start ripping Blu-ray movie to Toshiba Thrive compatible video on Mac. When the conversion is finished, you can click "Open" button to get the output files and bring Blu-ray movies for Toshiba Thrive playing.


Tip:
Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac is an all-in-one bluray ripper for Mac, Mac DVD Ripper, and Video Converter for Mac. It helps you convert videos, rip Blu-ray/DVD movies to iPad/ iPad 2 , Galaxy Tab 10.1 , Toshiba Thrive, Dell Streak, Archos 101/70/7/5 , Apple TV , iTouch 4, Nokia N9, Droid X, Motorola Atrix 4G, PS3, Xbox 360, etc. for well playback.

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Re: Rip Blu-ray to Toshiba Thrive with Pavtube Mac Blu-ray to Toshiba Thrive Converter

Post  suki7799 on Fri Mar 02, 2012 7:57 am

Sony XR500V AVCHD to Vimeo Converter-How to Share Sony XR500V AVCHD Videos on Vimeo?

Vimeo is a video-sharing website on which users can upload, share, and view videos. Unlike YouTube has many limitations, Vimeo allows users upload HD videos (1080p HD video also included) to it with high image quality kept. Therefore, many people turn to Vimeo and publish their HD video shooting footages recorded by camcorder. These videos always last a relatively long time that YouTube does not support uploading. Do you want have a try and share Sony XR500V AVCHD videos on Vimeo?

Though you can directly upload the HD videos from camcorder to Vimeo, the Vimeo only allow no more than 5GB video size for uploading per week for Plus users, while long time videos always have a larger size than 5GB. So, you have to come with a solution to share Sony XR500V AVCHD videos on Vimeo. Perhaps you can compress AVCHD videos for Vimeo with high video quality. Pavtube Video Converter is best Sony XR500V AVCHD compress tool for you to convert Sony XR500V HD videos to Vimeo in small size with high quality.

Below are simple steps for you to convert Sony XR500V HD videos to Vimeo.

Step 1: Import the AVCHD files to Pavtube Sony XR500V AVCHD to Vimeo converter.
Click the add button to import the HD AVCHD files from your camcorder to Pavtube Video Converter. The AVCHD files should be copied to hard drive of your computer.

Step 2: Select compatible format for uploading to Vimeo.
As Vimeo supports HD videos for uploading, you can choose HD Video >> H.264 HD Video (*.mp4). If you want to get smaller video size, you can choose Common Video >> MPEG-4 Movie (*.mp4).

Step 3: Change profile settings to compress AVCHD videos for Vimeo.
The default settings of H.264 HD Video are not very suitable for Vimeo, you can change the settings to get smaller size of output videos. You can decrease the video size and byterate to decrease the file size.

Step 4: Start to convert Sony XR500V HD video to Vimeo compatible MP4 video.
Click the convert button and the conversion from Sony XR500V HD AVCHD to H.264 HD video will start. The conversion would not take much time, after that, you can just wait the conversion finished and then upload the converted MP4 videos to Vimeo with high video quality.

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