May be you have got yourself a lot of Blu-ray discs, when the new blu-ray movies released, you always get yourself a one. Then have you ever want to watch those Blu-ray movies you have purchased on your mobile phone at anytime on-the-go? And this article is the guide for you to rip Blu-ray to the digital format (compatible with your mobile phone), store them on your DLNA enabled large storages, then stream them to your mobile phone for watching.
As I know, almost all the mobile phone, including iPhone, Android phone, Windows phone, are compatible with the H.264 MP4 videos (H.264 MP4 is the most common video format, compatible with almost every devices and media player, wide-use in the world), my suggest is rip the Blu-ray movies to H.264 MP4 videos, so that you can watch them on your mobile phone on-the-go, meanwhile, you can also watch the ripped Blu-ray movies on your other devices or media players, such as PC, TV, game console.
In order to rip the Blu-ray movies to H.264 MP4 video, a persional Blu-ray to H.264 MP4 ripper is needed ([Review] Comparison of Best Blu-ray to MP4 Ripper). Here Brorsoft Blu-ray Ripper beats the competition handily in term of functionality, offering far more riping opitions and copying opitions than other products in the market.
If you are a Mac user, you can turn to Blu-ray Ripper for Mac, which has the same function as the Windows version. Both Windows and Mac Version of this program has the features list below:
Quality of output files
When assessing the quality of the output file, the converted H.264 MP4 video of Brorsoft Blu-ray Ripper doesn’t have a sharp picture, doesn’t have any perceptible skips or jumps in the video and the audio is originally clear. Additionally, output videos of Brorsoft Blu-ray Ripper have audio and picture that is completely synced.
Ripping Blu-ray disc should happen at a reasonable quick speed. It shouldn’t take forever to rip blu-ray, but faster is not always better. Keep in mind that your system has a lot to do with the speed of conversion. Brorsoft Blu-ray Ripper makes a balance among faster ripping conversion speed, amazing output video audio quality and smaller file size.
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Guide: Rip Blu-ray to H.264 MP4 for Playing on Mobile Phone Easily
The trail-before-purchase version availabel for you, the watermark is the only limitation between the trial version and full version. Here in this article, Windows version screenshots were taken as example, the Mac version shares the same steps, just keep in mind you have download the right version, Windows platform .exe files cannot be installed on macOS – and vice versa.
1. Import Blu-ray files
Launch the program and insert the Blu-ray disc that contains the Blu-ray movies you want. Click the disc button to choose the Blu-ray files you want to convert. You can also import Blu-ray Folders, ISO/IFO files. At the bottom, you can select your desired subtitle and audio track.
2. Choose output format
Click Format bar and just select “H.264 Baseline Profile Video(*.mp4)”, “H.264 Main Profile Video(*.mp4)”, “H.264 High Profile Video(*.mp4)” as output format.
You can also find lots of optimized profiles for many popular mobile phone including Nexus, Samsung, Apple, Nokia and more.
Tips: Hit Settings icon, you can adjust video and audio parameters of output files like video codec, audio codec, bit rate, frame rate, sample rate, audio channel, etc, so that you can get a decent video as you need.
3. Start ripping
After all settings, click Start ripping your Blu-ray to H.264 videos. When the conversion finishes, click Open to get the ripped videos.
Then you can transfer the H.264 MP4 Blu-ray movies to your NAS, Cloud Storage or other DLNA enabled devices or accounts for streaming to your mobile phone for watching.
Additional, if you want to play them with VLC on your mobile phone, this turorial should be helpful:
I also share some of my experiences on this page: