Category Archives: Blu-ray Tips

Play Blu-ray Movies with Region Code A B C

What is Blu-ray region code? Blu-Ray discs have region codes which have been separated in three different zones. Region A: North America, Central America, South America, Japan, Taiwan, North Korea, South Korea, Hong Kong and Southeast Asia. Region B: Europe, Greenland, French territories, Middle East, Africa, Australia and New Zealand. Region C: India, Bangladesh, Nepal, […]

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Rip the Main Movie from Blu-ray to MP4

A Blu-ray disc consists of multiple titles which could be categories into different types. Some extra titles like making process, trailers, etc. are less important, there are still some “fake” titles all with almost the same running time, but using different playlists, sometimes jumbling chapters in a different order, sometimes displaying fake video segments. This […]

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Encoding Blu-ray/DVD/Video to H.265/HEVC MKV on Windows 10/8.1/8

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Pavtube Studio just announced all Pavtube Windows products, including BDMagic, ByteCopy, DVDAid, Video Converter Ultimate. Video Converter, MXF Converter, HD Video Converter, MTS Converter and MXF MultiMixer, are upgraded. PC users now can encode Blu-ray, DVD movies and all kinds of Common/HD/4K Videos to MOV with Apple ProRes codec, HEVC/H.265 MKV, and Sony/LG/Samsung/Panasonic TV formats with excellent video/audio quality and super speed. Registered users could […]

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Would Anyone Like to Create Home Cinema with Blu-ray and Cyclone Micro?

Play Blu-ray in Cyclone Micro

Sumvision Cyclone Micro Media Player, as the name suggests, it’s a nifty little box to upscale standard definition/DVD video to high definition (HD). It works just as well for those who don’t have an HD television as it comes with a composite cable to hook up to most TVs (including my aging Sony Trinitrons). So how […]

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Keep chapter marker when ripping Blu-ray to MKV

Watch Blu-ray with chapter marker

“I am trying to rip some video from separate Blu-rays to combine them onto one Blu-ray with a menu that will allow me to select each video. The problem I’m having is that I can’t find a program that will do this AND keep the original chapter markers. Can you suggest?” Read (3D) Blu-rayexplained | Blu-ray solutions | Comparison of […]

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