Cloud storage focuses on the saving and management of data. When you got the troubles of disc loss or damage or the space of physical hard disk is low, you can rip Blu-rays to Cloud Storage backs up all your precious movies and videos online, and makes your Blu-ray library available and accessible through the network disk services such as Dropbox, Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, iCloud, Seagate personal cloud media storage, Network disk, Plex and Box, and countless others. (Read Best Cloud Storage Review)
Although Cloud Storage can support a wide range of format like MP4, MOV, AVI, due to the reason of lacking BD drive, Cloud Storage can not meet the demands of put Blu-ray discs online.
To achieve this goal, an easy-to-use Blu-ray Converter is the key. Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate （ Mac） is such a wise choice for you to solve the problem. It circumvent most copy protection schemes and convert the Blu-ray discs to the Cloud – the mobile – or home-theater-friendly format of your choice.
It offers powerful yet easy-to-use functions, excellent video/audio quality, and fast ripping speed. It is not only a professional yet easy-to-use Blu-ray ripping application that helps you rip your Blu-ray movies to whatever video or audio files. It is also your ultimate solution to rip any Blu-ray regardless of Blu-ray copy protections and region locks to MP4, MOV, AVI, M4V, FLV, WMV, MPG, 3GP for storing in Cloud, or playing on all Windows media players, iPhones, iPads, iPods, Apple TVs, Android tablets and smartphones, Surface tablets, BalckBerry, Sony PSP, PS3/PS4, Xbox 360/One, Wii, Roku, WD TV Live, etc. The following how-to guide on Windows PC can be taken for reference:
Preparation: Download and install the cloud Blu-ray ripper on your computer.
– Pavtube old official address: http://www.pavtube.cn/blu-ray-video-converter-ultimate/
P.S. If you are a Mac user, please turn to Mac version to convert and upload Blu-ray to any Cloud Storage Devices on Mac (including El Capitan and Yosemite).
How to rip Blu-ray collection to Cloud Storage
Step 1: Load Blu-ray movies
Run the Blu-ray Ripper and click “Load file(s)” icon to load Blu-ray movies for converting. You can also import movies files from BD folder, ISO image files.
Tip: Before start converting Blu-ray, you can backup your Blu-ray content first with its full disc copy or directly copy features.
Step 2: Choose output format
As Cloud Storage is powerful enough to almost all kinds of formats, you can choose the format according to your own needs like MP4, MOV, AVI, MKV, etc. If you would like to enjoy movies from physical Blu-ray discs to your mobile phone and tablet, you can select a decent format like “iPad > iPad HD Video(*.mp4)” from the profile list comes with the software.
Tip: You can click settings button to customize the output parameters, such as resolution, bitrate, etc, you can also skip this step.
Step 3: Copy Blu-ray to Cloud Storage
After all settings, click “Start conversion” button to rip/convert Blu-ray to optimized format for Cloud Storage. Once you’ve liberated your Blu-ray movie library, you’ll make it available for viewing anytime, anywhere just with the help of your Cloud Storage.
How to Put the Converted Videos to Cloud Storage Device?
Once being converted to digital files, your Blu-ray movie library can be stored/uploaded onto a server and streamed later for different uses. You can play the files directly online (but the Network speed is a deciding factor), and download them to local disks. Outstandingly, cloud service makes movies, music and photos more portable. Only if you have an online account, you can use the movies on your home PC, work PC and portable PC, stream it to an app, Chromecast, Smart TV, Roku player or a set-top box.
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