The new Apple iPad has finally arrived bringing with it a superlative Retina Display, quad-core graphics A5X processor, better connectivity and an improved camera. It’s officially being called “the new iPad” – not “iPad 3″ or “iPad HD,” as some had speculated. The resolution is a stunning 2048 x 1536 pixels. As expected, it’s the same 9.7-inch size. With 1080p movies now available the screen also comes into its own in terms of media playback. And we can say without reservation that it absolutely rocks for watching Full-HD movies.
However, the same as other tablets, the new iPad doesn’t have a drive for Blu-ray playback. Depite lack of offical support, we can put Blu-ray movies onto new iPad for enjoying with ease. Here I will introduce you a top Blu-ray to new iPad Converter for Mac entitled Pavtube Blu-ray Ripper which can easily rip and shrink Blu-ray movies to the new iPad. If you’re interested in doing likewise, check out the software.
Specially designed for Blu-ray video zealots who use Mac OS especially iPad owners, the new iPad Blu-ray Ripper is the Blu-ray Ripper that can achieve all kinds of Blu-ray ripping tasks. It aims to help Mac users rip BD/DVD to iPad/iPad 2/the new iPad playable files with perfect quality(Transfer Blu-ray to the new iPad via Mac OS X). Besides, the program can help you rip Blu-ray discs to any popular video formats such as MP4, AVI, FLV, WMV, 3GP as well as any popular audio formats such as AAC, AC3, MP3, OGG and WAV. Designed for fast speed and negligible video quality loss, this amazing software is your best choice for Blu-ray ripping. It also enables you to copy Blu-ray disc contents (to the new iPad) without any quality loss by removing Blu-ray copy protections, such as the newest MKB V30.
The software works like most other Blu-ray rippers I’ve used. Pop in your disc, choose an iPad output profile (H.264, MP4, or HD MP4), and click Start. Then go get a cup of coffee (conversion takes some time).
As the ideal Mac Blu-ray to new iPad Ripper, it customizes the best video format for new iPad to help iPad users watching Blu-ray movies on new iPad in full screen with high quality. Also you can use it to edit the movie, such as cropping, trimming, adding watermarks/effects, replacing audio file, and so on. Or, you can rip your Blu-ray or DVD movies to Adobe Premiere, Sony Vegas and other editing software compatible formats for further editing.
Not an iPad user? Converter also supports “common” video formats like MOV, M4V, and MP4, so you should be able to create files from Blu-ray compatible with your PS Vita, Xbox 360, Galaxy Tab 10.1, Toshiba Thrive, Nook Tablet, Amazon Kindle Fire, Sony Tablet S, ASUS Transformer Prime, Galaxy Note, BlackBerry PlayBook and other Devices. What’s more, based on its advanced video and audio sync technology, the output video file will never meet any audio out of video issues.
Actually watching Blu-ray movies is my last priority when using the format on the new iPad. But I’m not about to pay iTunes’ ridiculous prices to watch movies and TV shows I already own on Blu-ray and DVD. Instead, I’ll just rip those discs to an iPad-friendly format along with the help from the Blu-ray to new iPad Converter.
By the way, Pavtube Blu-ray Ripper for Mac is on sale at the company’s site through Mar. 9, 2012 to April. 9, 2012 if you choose this option. So why not grab the opportunity?