There are many different cloud storage services such as Google Drive, Dropbox, Apple's iCloud, Box, etc, but for Windows 10 PC users, the best cloud storage device is Microsoft OneDrive, which enables you to access OneDrive files from a different account in Windows 10. Windows users who are looking for a way to enjoy purchased Blu-ray disc movies on the go, copying and uploading Blu-ray movies to Microsoft OneDrive would help you to get the most out of the free storage as well as sharing files and accessing on multiple devices.
Like other cloud storage services, Microsoft OneDrive doesn't not read Blu-ray disc format. If you have large collection of Blu-ray disc and wish to upload to OneDrive for sharing and accessing on your iPhone, iPad, Galaxy Tab or Surface Pro Tablet, you will need to convert Blu-ray to Microsoft OneDrive compatible MP4, QuickTime mov or m4v file formats. (Tips: DRM-protected video files can't be played on OneDrive.)
Before performing the Blu-ray to Microsoft OneDrive conversion process. Another important issue you should not ignore is that the maximum size for files uploaded to OneDrive is 15GB. Therefore, pay attention to the file size of your converted Blu-ray movies before your uploading. After that, you can start to convert/rip Blu-ray to OneDrive with our highly recommended program - Pavtube BDMagic (Get Mac version). As for output file size consideration, the build-in "trim" function helps to extract Blu-ray clips with just the segments you like or you can just select to rip your favorite chapters of a whole Blu-ray disc.
How to upload Blu-ray movies to Microsoft OneDrive for website and mobile devices sharing?
Step 1: Load Blu-ray disc movies.
Insert the Blu-ray disc to your Blu-ray disc drive, click "Load disc" button to add Blu-ray movies to the program. Here you can load Blu-ray disc, BDMV folder or Blu-ray ISO image files.
Step 2: Define output file format.
From the drop-down box of "Format" bar, choose Dropbox readable format from "Common Video" profile list, here, you can choose to output "H.264 High Profile Video (*.mp4)" file format. You can also choose to rip Blu-ray to Dropbox or Google Drive for backup and storage.
Step 3: Trim Blu-ray movies.
If you are using a free Dropbox account, you will be limited to upload video file size that no more than 2GB, to reduce output video file size, you can use the trim function equipped with the software to trim and convert only the parts that you like.
Step 4: Convert Blu-ray to Dropbox MP4 format.
After all settings is completed, press the right-bottom "Convert" button to rip/convert Blu-ray to Dropbox preferable format.
When the conversion is completed, you can upload files to OneDrive by the 3 ways offered in this article: Getting started OneDrive tutorial.