Enable iOS Devices (Apple TV 3, new iPad 3) to Play Blu-ray Rips with Full-HD 1080p Quality

With 1080p hitting the new iPad (iPad 3) and Apple TV 3, some of you are perhaps now looking to send your Blu-ray collection over to iOS devices for playing back. Here is an easy part. With a Blu-ray optical drive hooked to your Mac, you can use some converter softwares to convert your Blu-ray movie discs to play at the full 1920×1080 resolution on the new iPad’s Retina display (also with Apple TV 3). Last week I tweeted about having successfully ripped my first Blu-Ray disc on the Mac, and while the process wasn’t actually all that difficult. Quite a few of you inquired about how I did it, and what my hardware/software setup was, so I figured I would throw this quick tutorial up. Continue reading »

Convert/Transfer TiVo Recordings to Mac H.264-compliant videos for iPad 3, iPod and Apple TV 3 playing

As the most advanced and innovative DVR (digital video recorder) ever built, the TiVo brings the best entertainment from cable and the web together in one place. That way we could record what we were already paying for and watch shows when I had the time to watch them. Yeah Tivo has a monthly fee but it’s the principle of the thing! Besides, a new toy is cool and fun to play with. Our biggest problem with Tivo was working out how to get the shows from the Tivo box to our Apple TV 3, iPad 3, and iPods where we could watch them the way we wanted to.

As is well known, the The standard application for moving recordings from the Tivo box to the Mac is Roxio Toast. It’s what Tivo recommends and it’s what Hollywood has blessed. The problem with Toast is that DRM Tivo attaches to all recorded shows doesn’t allow any editing or transcoding of your recorded Tivo file. That’s when I started looking around for another way. What I found that worked best was an application called Pavtube Video Converter, a top Mac TiVo Converter.

The program is a great little application that allows you to download your Tivo recordings to your Mac. And it packs perfect support for TiVo recordings as well as HD footages, Flash videos, General Video, QuickTime video(*.mov), etc. With the application, you can easily convert TiVo HD shows to Mac iTunes compatible formats without quality loss for smoothly streaming with Apple TV 3, iPad / iPad 2 / new iPad, iPhone 4S and other iOS devices. Continue reading »

Rip and Convert 3D Blu-ray movies for iPad 3 playing with 1080p HD quality under Mac OS X

Matched by a quad-core graphic processor, Apple’s new iPad (iPad 3) includes a stunning new screen and the world’s largest app and media store to feed it content. Its big, bright 9.7-inch screen with 2048×1536 pixels makes it ideal for movie and TV (up to 1080p) watching. Throw in the new iPad’s robust battery life and obvious portability, and you’ve got a top-notch on-the-go entertainment device.

Since Apple supports 1080p now and iTunes automatically supplied the new iPad with a version of the file labelled 1080p, you can easily start the fun right away with iTunes to instantly watch 1080p HD movies & popular TV shows. Besides, there has been a steady stream of new ways to watch TV and movies on your iPad that don’t involve iTunes. If you want to watch movies from your own 3D Blu-ray collection, there are apps for that, and there are many programs that let you watch 3D Blu-ray movies on new iPad 3.

As you see, there are many programs out there that allow you to make copies of your 3D Blu-rays and let you watch them the way you want to view them with new iPad 3. When it comes to ripping a 3D Blu-ray into a format that could be played on the new iPad 3 at the original 1920×1080 (Full-HD 1080P) resolution, an app called PavTube Blu-ray Ripper for Mac that does this in a one step process. Using a preset, we used PavTube’s software to convert a Blu-ray movie disc to a “Full HD” 1920×1080 MP4 movie that is compatible with the newest 2012 iPad with the 2048×1536 Retina display. Continue reading »

The new iPad‘s big, bright 9.7-inch screen makes it ideal for movie and TV watching. Throw in the iPad’s robust battery life and obvious portability, and you’ve got a top-notch on-the-go entertainment device. However, due to its file type limitation, the new iPad 3 still has some weakness when it comes to videos playback.

How to Play MPG and MPEG files on new iPad 3 is the most sought information by newbies to digital video. In the short article below, i will address this question for you to watch MPG or MPEG movies on new iPad 3 flawlessly. Check it out. Continue reading »

 

iPad 3 Play Downloaded .avi files?
I’m trying to figure out if the new iPad is able to play movies (fromatted .avi DiVx) I’ve downloaded from Torrents… Can never seem to add those files to my iPad…

The answer is Possible. Most of you may have lots of AVI videos and want to put and play them on your new iPad 3. However, due to the restriction of file type on the Apple tablet (.mov, .m4v, .mp4), playback is a blue moon.

Despite lack of offical support, we can watch AVI movies on new iPad 3. According to my own experience, converting avi to new iPad 3 mp4 format is the easiest and ultimate solution. I ever once got the same problem, and tried to look for a video player than can play all avi and divx videos. After several attempts, I found the media player still have format limitation – only part of the AVI files can be played well, some can be played but with poor quality, some even can’t be recognized. Finally, I saw Pavtube mentioned in the iPad forums as a good way to convert for the new iPad 3 so I decided to try it. As a result, the videos look decent and smooth on my iPad 3.

Maybe you are still confused on how to realize it. Don’t fret! Now, I would throw this quick tutorial up to help you to play AVI videos on new iPad 3 smoothly. Continue reading »

HD Movies for new iPad 3 – Transfer Blu-ray, DVD & 1080p/720p HD videos to new iPad 3

I’v taken the new iPad 3 for one week, and I can say without and I can say without reservation that it absolutely rocks for watching HD even Full-HD 1080p movies. Withe the lastest Apple Tablet I can download and watch HD (High Definition) Movies and TV shows right on the iPad. Of course, I’m not about to pay iTunes’ ridiculous prices to watch movies and TV shows I already own on Blu-ray, DVD or HD movies stored in my PC. Instead, I’ll just rip and convert Blu-ray/DVD discs and HD contents (like TiVo, WMV, MKV, AVI, AVCHD MTS etc.) to an iPad-friendly format. Here I’m sharing my experience to help those who wanna get these 1080p or 720p movies onto new iPad 3.

If you’re interested in doing likewise, check out the HD Movie Converter for New iPad 3 entitled Pavtube Blu-ray Video Converter Ulitimate. The software accesses videos and movies from disc, ISO image file, cams, DVRs, web videos freely. This means it is able to shrink Blu-ray movie to new iPad 3, rip DVD to new iPad 3, and convert various formats of 1080p or 720p videos to new iPad, AVI, WMV, MKV, VOB, TiVo, AVCHD MTS and more, everything can be got ready for the iPad 3rd generation at ease. Continue reading »

The Way Viewing TiVo files on new iPad 3 in Full-HD 1080p 

By any means, the new iPad 3 is a great portable media player. The lastest apple tablet is so super that you can start the fun right away with iTunes to stream and view 720P, 1080P HD even Full-HD videos. Besides, ever thought of tansferring your TiVo recordings to the new iPad for enjoyomg your favorite TV shows or football matches anytime and everywhere? If so, just check out the article below. Here I would like to share with you an easy way on how to get your TiVo files ready for new iPad 3.

As far as I know, in order to sync TiVo videos to new iPad, you’ll need to fix two things:

1. Transfer TiVo recordings to PC

2. Convert TiVo files to new iPad 3 compatible formats(e.g. h.264 mp4) cause the TiVo recorded video files are not an iPad-friendly format. Continue reading »

The new Apple iPad 3 includes a stunning new screen, matched by a quad-core graphic processor and the world’s largest app and media store to feed it content. With four times the pixels to fill on the new Retina display, true 1080p HD videos played quite smooth and decent. As you see, the new iPad 3 really rocks for watching HD movies.

It is really amazing to enjoy all kinds of media files on the 9.7-inch Retina display. However, just like its previous, the latest iPad can only play videos in .m4v, .mp4 and .mov file format. If you just have lots of 1080p HD videos in various formats (like MKV, FLV, AVI, MTS, WMV, TiVo, MXF, VRO, VOB, etc) and intend to play them on new iPad with great movie enjoyment, you need to do some work in advance. I mean you need to change the file extension from “uncompatible” to “compatible” with new iPad 3. Here I would share with you a good way that ends up with optimal video conversion from 1080p HD video to H.264/MPEG-4 for new iPad 3 in high quality by using a comprehensive new iPad 3 1080p HD ConverterPavtube Video Converter. Continue reading »

The new iPad 3 offers fast speed and one of the most spectacular displays ever seen in a mobile device. Video has stepped up a good bit too, to 1080p from the previous 720, and again we saw a nice increase in quality over the former iPad. However, the third generation Apple tablet is not powerful enough to play all HD videos because of the limited file type on iPad (only available for .mp4, .m4v, .mov files). Depite lack of offical support, we can transfer more movies to the new iPad 3. The article below will show you an easy solution to realize the way putting 1080p and 720p MKV videos to new iPad 3 for playing smoothly.

In the first place, a third-party tool is necessary in order to play MKV HD movies on new iPad 3. The Converting tool – Pavtube Video Converter is recommended. The program is an all-in-one video converter and editor tool based on NVIDIA CUDA and ATI Stream (AMD APP) acceleration technologies. You can easily convert 1080p HD videos like TiVo, WMV, MKV, AVI, FLV, etc. to portable devices compatible formats for smooth enjoying, including Apple TV, iPad/iPad 2, the New iPad 3, Acer Iconia Tab A200, HP TouchPad, PlayBook and more. Continue reading »

Best Blu-ray Ripper for New iPad 3 – Watch Blu-ray movies on the new iPad with best HD video quality

With the new iPad 3, Apple has decided the time is ripe for a brighter, sharper screen with a much higher resolution 2,048 x 1,536, and the impact is clear to see. The Retina screen is stunning for enjoying HD even Full-HD movies. However, the new iPad 3 doesn’t have a drive for Blu-ray (or DVD) playback. Depite lack of offical support, we can transfer Blu-ray movies to the new iPad 3 for smoothly playing along with some help from the third–party software. If you have got a collection of Blu-rays and not about to pay pay iTunes’ ridiculous prices to watch movies and TV shows you already own on Blu-ray, follow the guide below to learn how to rip Blu-ray to new iPad 3.

What you need is a professional Blu-ray ripper that can help you convert Blu-ray to new iPad 3 supported video formats quickly and easily and with good video quality. If you’re interested in doing likewise, check out Pavtube Blu-ray Ripper. With decent decrypting capability, high quality video output and considerate backup solution and specific format templates for versatile PMP devices (iPad, iPhone, Apple TV, Xbox, PS3, Android tablets and phones, etc), Pavtube ranks top on the Blu-ray ripping application list and the program is on sale (up to 50% off) at the company’s site through March. 9, 2012 if you choose this option. Continue reading »