Blu-ray to VideoPad: How to Import Blu-ray Clips to VideoPad for Editing?

VideoPad is a well designed video editor that puts powerful tools within reach of new users. If you’ve ever used Windows Movie Maker, you’ll get to grips with its settings in moments. Unlike some free video editing software, it won’t apply watermarks to your finished projects when you export them. However, still some users have Blu-ray and VideoPad editing issues like: Can’t load Blu-ray clips to VideoPad, the imported Blu-ray clips are not complete in VideoPad, etc. So, in this article, we’ll talk about how to import Blu-ray clips to VideoPad for editing. Read on for more details.

As most commercial Blu-ray discs are copy protected and encrypted, you can’t import the directly copied Blu-ray Video_TS folder to VideoPad. I suggest you remove Blu-ray copy protection and rip/convert Blu-ray video to VideoPad supported video formats via a third party Blu-ray ripping tool first.

The job can be done relatively easy with the help of Brorsoft Blu-ray Ripper (Win /Mac). With it, you can quickly and easily remove Blu-ray copy protection and rip/convert Blu-ray to VideoPad compatible DivX .avi (preferred) and other formats without losing quality. Besides, you can also convert Blu-ray to an edit-friendly format for Sony Movie Studio, Adobe Premiere Pro, Sony Vegas ProEdius Pro and more.

Free download best Blu-ray to VideoPad Converter:

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Guide: Rip/Convert Blu-ray Clips to VideoPad for Editing

Windows Version Brorsoft Blu-ray Ripper taken as example, Mac share 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.

Step 1. Import Blu-ray Clips

Install and run the Blu-ray to VideoPad Converter, click “Load From disc” button to load your Blu-ray movies to this program. When you load the BD disc, this software can detect the Blu-ray/DVD main title automatically.

At the main interface, you can choose to output the video with forced subtitles and decide the forced subtitle language.

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Step 2. Choose output format

Press the Format drop-down menu and select DivX.avi as the output format from Common Video list. If you prefer high definition video, you can choose AVI HD Video(*.avi) from the HD Video list. Of course, you can choose other .wmv, .3gp, etc formats.

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Tip: If you like, click the “Settings” icon to customize advanced audio and video parameters like video codec, aspect ratio, bit rate, frame rate, audio codec, sample rate, audio channels.

Step 3. Start Converting Blu-ray Clips

At last, tap the Convert icon to rip/convert Blu-ray clips to VideoPad friendly formats. Blu-ray copy protection will be removed automatically.

When the conversion is complete, you can click Open button to locate the ripped files, then import and edit the converted Blu-ray clips in VideoPad without hassle.

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