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Month: September 2015 (page 2 of 2)

How to Add DVD Movies to Microsoft OneDrive?

The function of Microsoft OneDrive (previously SkyDrive) is similar to Dropbox, with apps available to Windows, Mac, Android, iOS, and of course Windows Phone users. If you got a pretty extensive DVD collection, and there’s some movies you replay a lot. I’d like to suggest you to copy these DVD to OneDrive to prevent the DVD from unexpected damages. This operation also bring you much convenience on DVD playback on your various devices. 

Maybe, you will worry that Microsoft OneDrive doesn’t support DVD video format. But if you really want to add some nice DVD movies to Microsoft OneDrive for streaming and playback on iPhone, Galaxy Tab, Kindle Fire HD and other media devices, you can rip DVD to other format like MP4, MOV or other format compatible with OneDrive .

Here, I introduce Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate Mac  to you. It can extract Microsoft OneDrive supported file from DVD disc, Video_TS folders or IFO and ISO image files. Considering the limited space of cloud storage, the app enables you to adjust video size, codec to compress DVD movie size so that you can store more DVD movies on OneDrive. With this app, you also can upload Blu-ray, DVD, ISO, M2TS to other cloud storage, like Amazon Cloud DriveDropbox.  

If you are a Mac user, you should turn to the equivalent Mac version.  

Now, just free get iFastime Video Converter Ultimate on Windows computer and follow the steps below to rip DVD to OneDrive with suitable format. 

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How to upload DVD to Microsoft OneDrive with common video format?

Step 1. Import DVD source video

Click the “Load file(s)” button to import DVD videos into the application. It supports batch importing so that you can add as many video files as you wish.

Step 2. Set suitable format

Click on “Format” bar to select output format. You can choose H.264 MP4, MPEG-4 MP4, MPEG-2, FLV, MKV, WMV, etc as target format on Window. Here, we choose H.264 mp4 as the target format for its wide compatibility with all kinds of devices.

Tip: Click “settings” next to format bar, you can change video and audio parameters. Remember, higher bitrate results in bigger size and lower quality loss. 

Step 3. Start ripping DVD to OneDrive

Click the “Star conversion” button at the bottom right corner to start backing up DVD for Microsoft OneDrive. After conversion click “Open” to find the generated videos.

Step 4: Upload ripped DVD to OneDrive

1. On the Start screen, tap or click OneDrive to open theOneDrive app.
2. Tap or click folders to browse to the location onOneDrive where you want to add the files.
3. Swipe in from the top or bottom edge of the screen or right-click to open the app commands, and then tap or click Add files.

4. Browse to the files you want to upload, tap or click to select them, and then tap or click Copy to OneDrive.

Or you can use other methods to transfer ripped DVD movies to OneDrive. When you save these DVD videos to OneDrive, you can get to them from any device and share them with other people. 

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Add Blu-ray to Dropbox With Suitable Format

Dropbox is, as one of the top Cloud Storage, a storage document that can synchronizes your files online and across computers. Only if you have a Dropbox client portal on your computer, moblie phone and tablet that has an internet connection, you can access the stored videos, musics and photos from Dropbox whenever and wherever. So if you have a large of Blu-ray library, uploading these Blu-ray to Dropbox can save your shelf space and make Blu-ray movie organization and storage convenient. But adding Blu-ray to Dropbox for storing and sharing, it has some preparation job need to do. 

Dropbox can support many kinds of videos like 3GP, AVI, MOV, WMV, M4V, MKV, etc, but it can’t put Blu-ray disc online for lacking of Blu-ray drive. So for uploading Blu-ray to Dropbox for sharing and playing, a Blu-ray Ripper is needed to rip Blu-ray to Dropbox accepted format. 

Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate Mac is a smart Blu-ray ripper for you to rip Blu-ray to Dropbox with suitable format. This Blu-ray ripping tool can rip any encrypted Blu-ray and turn the Blu-ray movies to Dropbox in MP4, MOV, AVI, MKV, etc popular formats. For the video size limit of Dropbox site, the built-in editor also allows you to extract Blu-ray clips with the very part you want. Or, you can just choose to rip certain chapters of the Blu-ray as you like. 

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You can free download and install  Video Converter Ultimate on Windows computer:

Other Download:
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How to upload Blu-ray to Dropbox with suitable format?

Step 1: Load Blu-ray movies to app

Run the Blu-ray to Dropbox software and click “Load file(s)” icon to load Blu-ray movies for converting. You can also import movies files from Blu-ray folder, ISO image files.

Step 2. Choose output format

Click “Format” and through the profile to select Dropbox highly compatible format like MP4, MOV from “Common Video” profile list. For those who wanna upload Blu-ray files to Dropbox and share on tablet or phones, you can choose a certain preset like iPad as target format. 

Tip: You can click settings button to customize the output parameters, such as resolution, bitrate, etc, you can also skip this step.

Step 3: Rip Blu-ray to Dropbox

After all settings, click “Convert” button to rip Blu-ray to Dropbox. When the process finishes, open the output folder to locate the generated file.

Upload ripped Blu-ray to Dropbox

1. Sign in to the Dropbox website.
2. Click the Upload button from the very top of the window. The upload button
3. A window will appear. Click the Choose File button and then select the file on your computer that you’d like to add to your Dropbox.
4. Choose as many files as you like, and then click the Start Upload button.
5. The window will disappear, your files will start uploading, and you’ll be shown a progress indicator. That’s it, you’ve added the converted Blu-ray files to your Dropbox!

Once you’ve added ripped Blu-ray files to Dropbox, now you’ll make it available for viewing on other computers, Android, Apple devices anytime, anywhere just with the help of your Dropbox. 

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Good News! iFastime has recently made great upgrades to version with supporting Blu-ray/DVD/Video to H.265 MKV/Prores/TV encoding.

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What’s new in this upgrade?

1. Add Apple Prores as output on Windows. 
2. Support encoding to H.265 MKV. 
3. Compatible with Sony/LG/Samsung/Panasonic TVs.

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Many media converting tool still haven’t made a move to set profile preset. That is to say, they don’t enable users to encode TV playable format directly. They have to set complicated video audio settings to make videos fully compatible with Sony/LG/Samsung/Panasonic TVs which is really one big headache. Plus, many users are searching for a H.265 MKV encoder and solution for creating Apple Prores on Windows. 

Good news is that the upgraded iFastime version is proved to be able to directly rip any Blu-ray/DVD movies and common SD/HD/4K movies for usage on Sony/LG/Samsung/Panasonic TV with amazing editing functions, high speed and flexible settings. In addition, it can transcode media files to Apple Prores for importing to Windows Editors and encode all movie files to H.265 MKV with smaller file size and better quality. And more versatile and beneficial functions can be found in the review.

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Upload/Attach ISO file to Amazon Cloud Drive

Speaking of top cloud storage providers, Amazon must take up one position. Amazon Cloud Drive is rough around the edges but definitely has potential. It provides cost-efficient plans, widespread file support and a built-in music player. If you have media files, like ISO images, how to upload these ISO files to Amazon Cloud Drive? 

How to get started with attaching ISO to Amazon Cloud Drive?

To get you started with the Amazon Cloud Drive application, here is a step-by-step guide:

Step 1: Download the app and install it.

Download PC/Mac version on your computer. On PCs, it places a small cloud icon in the system tray in the lower-right corner. On Macs, the cloud icon appears in the menu bar at the top of your display.

Step 2: Log in to your Amazon account.

After installing the app, a log-in window appears; you need an Amazon account to use Cloud Drive.

Step 3: Let the uploading begin.

You can simply drag a file, a folder, or multiple files or folders to the cloud icon to upload them to your Amazon Cloud Drive. Or, right-click on a file or folder to upload it. On Macs, choose the “Upload to Cloud Drive” menu option. On PCs, choose Send to > Amazon Cloud Drive.

The steps are easy just like other cloud storage application method.

Suggestion: Before putting ISO images and other formats with low frequency of usage, you’d better transform them to a common format, that the multimedia players you often use can support them.

How to transcode ISO to a popular format before attach these ISO image to Amazon Cloud Storage?

To convert ISO file for Amazon Cloud Storage, you can use Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate . It can work in nearly all kinds of videos like Blu-ray/DVD/4K/SD/HD and change them to H.265, MP4, M3U8, MKV, AVI, MOV, M4V, etc. For saving the space of cloud storage, you can adjust the video/audio parameters in profile settings window. Lower bitrate and resolution leads smaller size. Mac users can turn to ( Mac).

You can simply download and install Windows version at below:

Other Download:
– Pavtube old official address:

Step 1. Import ISO video files

Click the “Add video” button to import ISO files into the application. It supports batch importing so that you can add as many video files as you wish.


Step 2. Set output format

Click on “Format” bar to select output format. Here you can choose H.264 MP4, MPEG-4 MP4, MPEG-2, FLV, MKV, WMV, MP3, FLAC, OGG, WMA, etc as target format on Window. Here, we choose H.264 mp4 as the target format for its wide compatibility with all kinds of devices.


Step 3. Start transcoding ISO file

Click the “Star conversion” button at the bottom right corner to start transcoding ISO file for Amazon Cloud Storage. After conversion click “Open” to find the generated videos.

With ISO conversion process, you can watch them on you various portable devices or media players via Amazon Cloud Storage. So just try the video conversion operation before putting ISO to Amazon Cloud Drive for your better entertainment.

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Top Best Cloud Storage Review

Putting your documents, photos, music, and other data into the cloud lets you get your files no matter which computer or mobile device you’re using. It’s also a convenient way to back up. But choosing the best cloud storage provider is a tough decision, there are so many options online now. So we list the top best Cloud Storage taking their service for speed, reliability, security, ease of use, cost and their support into consideration.

Top 1: Dropbox

Dropbox is one of the only services to offer clients for Linux and Blackberry, alongside the usual Windows, Mac OS X, Android and iOS standards. There’s an official Windows Phone app too. The free Basic account comes with a paltry 2GB of storage. You can still upgrade to the 1TB plan for £7.99 per month if you think 2GB is not big enough for you, but Dropbox offers 500MB of additional free storage for each friend you get to sign up to the service – with a limit of 16GB.

Top 2: Microsoft OneDrive

The function of OneDrive (previously SkyDrive) is similar to Dropbox, with apps available to Windows, Mac, Android, iOS, and of course Windows Phone users.  It also offers 500MB of additional free storage for each friend you get to sign up to the service.

Top 3: Google Drive

Part online collaborative office suite, and part cloud storage platform, Google Drives offers everything you need to stay productive. Google Drive also has downloadable desktop programs that enable file syncing.

Top 4: Box

Anyone can sign up for a free individual account on Box, but the service’s endless list of sharing and privacy features were built specifically for business and IT users. Beyond the basic cloud storage setup, where you can store just about any kind of file, Box lets you share files with colleagues, assign tasks, leave comments on someone’s work, and get notifications when a file changes.

Top 5: Mega

Mega puts its security credentials front and centre. Unlike some of its rivals, this service provides encryption in every part of the process. So anything you send to the cloud is encrypted locally, on-route, and on the destination server.

Top 6: Amazon Cloud Drive

Amazon Cloud Drive has been around for a few years, but the company introduced new storage plans in March 2015; one just for photos and one for all other kinds of files. Neither plan is free, but both have three-month trials. Unlimited Photos is available for free for all Amazon Prime members or anyone with a Fire device. If you don’t have a Prime subscription or a Fire phone or tablet, you’ll need to pay $12 per month for the storage.

Top 7: Copy

One of the best features of Copy is how it handles shared folders — you split the space with the people you share a folder with. For example, if you have a 20GB folder that’s shared among four people, that folder only takes up 5GB of space in each person’s Copy account. That’s different from Dropbox, where the entire size of a shared folder counts against your storage limit.

Top 8: Apple iCloud Drive

It’s a good service for avid Apple app users, but at $19.99 per month for 1TB and only 5GB free, it’s expensive and not the easiest service to use. The baked-in features that work seamlessly with iOS and Mac OS X are useful, however.

Top 9: Knowhow Cloud Storage

Knowhow is a service offered by UK retailer Currys PCWorld, but it’s really LiveDrive rebranded. We’ve heard many good reports about the reliability of LiveDrive, so that’s a good start, as keeping your data safe is the whole point of signing up to a service such as Knowhow.

Top 10: MediaFire

Mediafire might be a new name to many, but the Texan company has been around for nearly ten years, starting off as a file sharing service.

More tricks: Many videos are not supported by your media players on computer and your potable devices, like 4K/MKV/H.265, etc and Blu-ray/DVD backup. So I suggest you to convert these video files to a format that your devices you often use support with Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate .

It can convert all Blu-ray/DVD/SD/HD/2K/4K video to your desired formats, devices and programs optimized file formats, encode and decode H.265/HEVC codec, output M3U8 for streaming with local HTTP server, create 3D effect movies from both 2D or 3D resources. With it, you can put the most compatible format video to cloud storage to adapt to any of your devices.

If you’re a Mac user, simply turn to   Mac (El Capitan included), which has the same function as the Windows version.

You can free download and install Windows version at below:

How to use iFastime Video Converter Ultimate to convert videos for cloud storage?

Step 1: Import source video from the “File” bar on the main interface.

Step 2: Select output format from “Format” drop-down list. For example, if you want to enjoy video with iPhone 6 Plus via cloud storage, you can choose “iPhone 6 Plus H.264 Full Screen/Full HD 1080P(*.mp4)” as the target format. Of course, you can simply choose MP4 from “Common Video” and “HD Video”.

Tip 1:  Click on “Settings” and you could easily set bitrate, frame rate, codec, channels, sample rate, etc to adjust parameters that affect video quality and file size for the video you prefer.

Tip 2: You can also click “Edit selected task” to active an intuitive video editor for you to trim, crop, set special effect, add (.ass, srt) subtitles to your source videos

Step 3: Start the conversion process by clicking “Start conversion” on the interface. More detailed tutorial . Reproducing videos with this video converter ultimate before storing your media files into cloud storage really can bring you much convenience. Just try!
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