Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Play Blu-ray movies via Apple TV with HD Quality

You can easily play Blu-ray discs on TV with your electronic Blu-ray player. However, still many Blu-ray fans DON'T know how to watch Blu-ray movies via Apple TV(new Apple TV and previous generation Apple TV 2/3/4). Thus, I write down this guide to all Apple TV users and will tell you how to play Blu-ray on widescreen television via Apple TV.

However, it is well known that Apple TV supports very few file formats, which include MOV, MP4 and M4V videos, meaning BLu-ray cannot be playback on your Apple TV. Of course, most of you are not about to pay iTunes' ridiculous prices to watch movies and TV shows I already own on Blu-ray. Instead, you'll just rip those Blu-ray discs to an Apple TV friendly format.

Dimo Video Converter Ultimate for Mac is made for ripping and copying Blu-ray to Apple TV, Apple TV H.264, Apple TV MPEG4, etc. The output videos are compatible with all the Apple TVs as well as iPhone (iPhone 6/6s/7/7plus), iPad, iPod and iTunes. You can rip and convert homemade and commercial Blu-ray Discs (Blu-ray H264, MPEG, VC1) for freely playback on all your Apple devices.

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Step 1. Load Blu-ray movies

Install and run the Blu-ray to Apple TV Converter on your Mac, insert your Blu-ray disc into the BD Drive that connected to your Mac computer. Then click the "Add Files" button to have movies uploaded to the program. Here you can also import DVD folders, ISO files and IFO files to convert.

Step 2. Choose Apple TV as the output format

Since regular Blu-ray movies usually have several subtitles like English, French, German, etc. You can click Subtitle to choose the one you need or select No Subtitle. For the audio tracks, simply click Audio Track and select the one you want. After that, click Profile box and choose "Apple TV" as the output file format from Apple category for your Apple TV. Currently the video presets for Apple TV and Apple TV HD are provided. If you want to play Blu-ray movies on Apple TV 3, you can choose Apple TV HD as the output format, which is perfect for the New Apple TV.

Tweak your setting: The key setting Video Size for your new Apple TV is according to your source video exactly. If your source video is in 1080p such as Blu-ray, you can set your video size in 1920*1080. For playing movies on the Apple TV 3, 1080p with 4000~6000kbps birate is enough.

Step 3. Start ripping

After all necessary settings, simply click the big Start button to start converting the added Blu-ray files to Apple TV compatible 1080p videos. Wait for the conversion to complete and click Open Folder to get the converted videos instantly. And then, just use iTunes to stream the files to Apple TV and enjoy them! Have a nice time!

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The price of Dimo Video Converter Ultimate for Windows is divided into 1 Year Subscription, Lifetime/Family/Business License: $43.95/Year; $45.95/lifetime license; $95.95/family license(2-4 PCs); $189.95/business pack(5-8 PCs). Get your needed one at purchase page.

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BDmate (Win/Mac)

Lossless backup Blu-ray to MKV with all audio and subtitle tracks; Rip Blu-ray to multi-track MP4; ConvertBlu-ray to almost all popular video/audio formats and devices; Copy Blu-ray to ISO/M2TS; Share digitized Blu-ray wirelessly.

DVDmate (Win/Mac)

A professional DVD ripping and editing tool with strong ability to remove DVD protection, transcode DVD to any video and audio format, and edit DVD to create personal movie.

Videomate (Win/Mac)

An all-around video converter software program that enables you to convert various video and audio files to formats that are supported by most multimedia devices.

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