Rip and put Blu-ray onto new iPad (2017) for Playback

Diana Joan

May 25, 2017 05:13 am / Posted by Diana Joan

iPad will be the best movie-watching device on the go due to its high definition display and large storage. That's why the release of new iPad 2017 hit the market. Rumor said that the new iPad 2017 will be cheaper than iPad Pro and maybe the cheapest iPad so that everyone can afford an iPad. You can download TV Shows and movies from iTunes or transfer some local videos to new iPad 2017 then watch them when travelling to kill the time on the car/airplane. But sometimes the media in one format won't play on the new iPad 2017 you want to watch it on. Such is the case with Blu-ray discs and the new iPad 2017.

As we all know, iTunes controls what content is synced to your new iPad 2017 and iTunes can't sync Blu-ray discs into your new iPad 2017 media library. This means it's effectively impossible to watch Blu-ray movies and TV shows on your new iPad (2017) unless you make your Blu-ray discs in an iTunes playable video format such as M4V, MP4, MOV. Fortunately, it is easy to change Blu-ray to iTunes format for new iPad 2017 playback. To begin the process, you have something to prepare.

3 Things You Need to Play Blu-ray on new iPad 2017

To make Blu-ray playable on new iPad 2017, you need three things.

1. A Blu-ray ripping and converting utility. A Blu-ray Ripper can decrypt Blu-ray copy protection scheme and then shift Blu-ray format to new iPad 2017 and iTunes suported format. Through a Web searching, you have many Blu-ray ripping software choice. Here we'll use a program named Pavtube BDMagic for Mac. It is a powerful software tool built for copying protected Blu-rays, no matter the protection system. It lets you get around of the AACS or BD+ security lock on Blu-ray disc automatically, and take the contents compressed into a iTunes playable file which you can then transfer onto your new iPad 2017. One of extra features is the program has ready presets for you to converting Blu-ray for iPad and other mainstream devices so you don't need to think what parameters to set.

2. A Blu-ray drive. Mac isn't equipped with Blu-ray drive. So you need an external Blu-ray drive to read your Blu-ray discs thant you want to put onto new iPad 2017. There are a huge number of brands you can choose from in Amazon and eBay.

3. Enough hard space. Blu-ray has a storage ranging from 25GB to 128GB. When we convert Blu-ray to new iPad 2017, the video will be compressed. But if you insist on keeping high resolution, the video size still will be large so you're required to have enough storage on your computer hard drive.

Get Started to Rip Blu-ray on Mac

You can download BDMagic for mac from the button below. Also, you can try other Blu-ray Rippers to help you copy Blu-ray to new iPad 2017.

After you download it, just start to install it. The installation is easy and clean. If you are using trial version, it will be free but output video with watermark at the center. If you have registration code, just login it in. The interface is intuitive and s little bit childish. Then insert Blu-ray to Blu-ray drive. Click "File" to load Blu-ray disc by clicking "Load from Disc". When the Blu-ray is loaded, all the chapter will be listed on the left. The main title is checked automatically. Generally, a Blu-ray movie will have several subtitle and audio tracks. If you don't need all the tracks, you can choose your desired subtitle streaming in "Subtitle".

You also can choose to rip Blu-ray with forced subtitle. Just specify English in “Subtitle” pull-down list, and then check “forced subtitles” before converting. When “forced subtitles” is checked, the subtitles appear on the screen only when foreign languages (i.e. Francais) other than English are spoken.

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Rip Blu-ray to new iPad 2017 Playable Video Format

BDMagic for Mac offers hunderds of video format. To choose new iPad 2017 supported video format, you just need to click "Format" to open the profile window. You can use the program to output new iPad 2017 supported H.264 HD video or MPEG-4 video, here, we choose to output H.264 HD video as the screenshots below:

Output iPad Pro supported H.264 HD format

You can also directly choose to output iPad preset profile format for direct playback. As iPad 2017 has the same format compatibility as iPad Air, here, you can choose to output "iPad" > "iPad Air Full HD Video(*.mp4)".

Output iPad preset profile format

Set Output Video More Compatible with new iPad 2017

BDMagic for Mac allows users to configure video and audio encoder codec, bitrate, frame rate, resolution, etc to make the output video more compatible with new iPad 2017. When you click "Settings", a new window will pop up, where you can adjust video and audio parameters according to your new iPad 2017 specs. You can keep 1080p video to get more higher resolution to enjoy. But for saving space on new iPad 2017, you also can choose to shrink Blu-ray 1080p video to 720p.

In addition, Pavtube BDMagic for Mac is not only a Blu-ray Converter program, but also a simple and easy video editor. In Video Editor there are seven edit tabs: Trim, Crop, Text Watermark, Image/Video Watermark, Effect, Audio Editor and Subtitle. These functions enables you to edit Blu-ray video before output. For example, if you also want to extract a clip from Blu-ray for iMovie/FCP editing, you can trim off unwanted parts from start and end. You can either drag pointers on the process bar or set exact time point in Start and End boxes to set.

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Finish Blu-ray to new iPad 2017 Conversion

After all setting is completed, hit right-bottom convert button to begin the Blu-ray disc to new iPad 2017 accepted video format. Ticking off Shut down computer after conversion option, you can leave the program running and do other things instead of waiting around for the conversion. After the conversion, you can locate the Blu-ray rips in the output folder then you can transfer the Blu-ray rips to the new iPad 2017 via iTunes.  (If you don't use iTunes, there are other ways to make you add media files to new iPad 2017 without iTunes)

Import Blu-ray Rips into iTunes for the new iPad 2017

The iTunes part is easy.  Simply navigate to your iTunes Media folder.

Copy the iTunes supported media file into the Automatically Add to iTunes folder.

And then open iTunes to watch the magic take place.  iTunes will not only use the meta data for display purposes, but it will use it for helping organise your media folder.  It will create an appropriate folder structure and rename the video file to keep things tidy.

iTunes displaying your movie including cover art, meta data and video format


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