The Samsung Galaxy Note is a phone/tablet hybrid that doesn’t really sit in any category. It is certainly not without its strengths, most of which revolve around that giant 5.3-inch screen — the largest on any smart phone around. Not only is it big, it’s also beautiful. Moreover, it has a insanely sharp 1,280×800-pixel resolution which is same as some 10-inch Anroid Tablets. Moreover, it supports videos up to 1080p. Tests prove video videos and photos look nothing short of stunning on the Galaxy Note. So enjoy media contents on the Andorid-based handset is really amazing.
In order to enrich the digital entertainment on the Galaxy Note, we can transfer and copy our favourited Blu-ray and DVD movies to the Samsung Galaxy Note. Along with the help of a Blu-ray Ripping software.
As mentioned above, in order to put and play Blu-ray 1080p movies on Samsung Galaxy Note, we need to use a 3rd party tool to rip and convert Blu-ray movies to Galaxy Note compatible formats(e.g. h.264 mp4). Blu-ray Ripping Software varies. When it comes to getting the raw content of a Blu-ray disc onto the Galaxy Note, Pavtube Blu-ray Ripper is about as good as it gets. It is easy to use for editing and conversion and makes great quality copies of my Blu-ray and DVDs. The program now is on sale at the company’s site through Nov. 22, 2011 if you choose this option.