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21 décembre 2012 5 21 /12 /décembre /2012 06:06

In the page, I will share a good news with all friend Apple devices users. What is it? To wellcome and celebrate the 2012 Christmas Day, Brorsoft is saling DVD Ripper for Mac (or Wins) at Super Low Prices- $23.9! ! ! ! It is only available from Dec. 15, 2012 to Jan. 31, 2013. Are you planning to get one for ripping or converting your favourite DVDs, DVD movie, DVD ISO/IFO to a playable format like H.264 MP4 for watching with iPad 2, New iPad 3, iPad4, iPad Mini, Apple TV, iPhone 4s, iPhone 5, or iPod tuch 4/5 with best video/audio settings? If so, don't hesitate to buy one!

Learn more about Brorsoft 2012 Christmas Promotion

Reviews from regular customers:

1. I have a lot of the Walt Disney films that get played dozens of times. Although these DVD are very good, they are one of the more expensive brands. If you are not very careful taking them out of their cases and putting them into a player, can easily get scratch and when they are played have video jumps or lock ups etc etc. Therefore, immediately I buy a DVD, I back it up. Before I bought Brorsoft DVD ripper this was often not successful, as, in order to prevent illegal copying, the anti-copy protection methods that some video companies put on their DVDs, also prevent legal backing up. Therefore I would recommend the Brorsoft DVD ripper to all people who do not simply buy a DVD, play it a few times, then buy another copy when the last copy gets ruined, and repeat this again and again etc etc. The name suggests that this software is used to illegally rip off (pirate) DVDs. I can assure you that it is much more useful for totally legal uses.

2.Brorsoft is a great and easy to use software. I bought the Brorsoft DVD Ripper for Mac to transfer my purchased DVDs to iTunes. What impressed me the most about my experience is the useful and efficient technical support I received. Someone was always there to answer my questions and assist me with the converting process.

3. My name is Jay and I am retired. My background was in consumer electronic manufacturing, primarily computer and related products. Recently, I decided to do some work with my collection of DVDs. My project was to not just make backups but instead to keep my existing DVDs as the backups and then convert some to (1) MP4 format to play on my Android tablet and (2) convert other movies to MPEG2, save to high capacity SD memory so I could then watch them on my TV. I quickly discovered that there are a lot of DVD rippers and converters on the market. I downloaded several trial versions to try. I decided on Brorsoft's DVD Ripper because, it not only would do what I needed but, because I'm a novice at this, even I could operate the user interface. Most of all, since I am a novice, I appreciated the quick and helpful response to the questions that I had. So, to everyone at Brorsoft-- Keep up the good work.

4. As a mountain guide, I can find myself stuck in a tent for days at a time, waiting for bad weather to improve. One of the ways I find to pass the time in these trying situations is watching movies on my phone. To make this easier, I purchased DVD Ripper to reformat/compress my dvd library to a size more suitable for mobile viewing. The software has proven to be fast, easy to use, and has never failed me even once. It has dozens of different preset format options, or can be run completely customized. Additionally, I have found customer support to be rapid and very helpful.
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In fact, if you have used the program, you will find it is really a excellent DVD Ripper (or Converrter) for your devices. It also was designed to transform DVD to any other format for your Android and Windows Tablets and Smartphones. To help you learn more about the tool, below I will show you the easy usage along with notes.

How to use DVD to Apple devices Converter on Mac OS X?



Step 1. Insert your DVD disc into the Mac computer's built-in or external drive. And open the DVD Rip tool to import DVD movie.

PS: The software also spports to convert DVD IFO/ISO files to MP4 and other video formats.

Step 2. Choose the best output format for your devices from iPad/Apple TV/iPhone/iPod menu via clicking "Format".

Note: You also can select the H.264 MP4, MOV, M4V format from "Common Video" and "HD Video" category.



Step 3. Click "Settings" to set the video&audio parameters as you need. You'd better follow the profile to get the best quality.

Video:

Codec- h264
Size(pix)- 720*480
Bitrate(kbps)- 2000
Frame Rate(fps)- 30

Audio:

Codec- aac
Sample Rate(hz)- 44100
Bitrate(bps)- 128000
Channels- Stereo

Step 4. Now the above things are ready, you can tick the "Convert" to start to rip DVD movie to Apple devices' formats. Once the conversion is over, click "open" to get the converted video to your iPad/Apple TV/iPhone/iPod via iTunes.

If you also have 1080p Blu-ray movies, you'd better choose the $29.9 Blu-ray/DVD Ripper to rip both Blu-ray (ISO/IFO) and DVD (ISO/IFO). Wish you lots of love, joy &happiness. Merry Christmas.

Learn more:

Rip DVD movies to iPhone 5

Transfer DVD ISO images to Apple TV 3

Convert DVD to New iPad 3 on Mac

Play favourite DVD movies on iPad Mini

Load DVD ISO/IFO files to iPad Mini

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27 novembre 2012 2 27 /11 /novembre /2012 07:41

Do you want to burn HD movies to a DVD by using iDVD on your Mac OS? If so, have you ever met throuble when you tried to ingest files to iDVD? Yesterday, I found some Mac users want to burn some AVCHD, MTS, M2TS, MXF, H.264 MOV footages from FCP, FCE, iMovie or HD camcorders in iDVD to create a DVD. But they couldn't transfer the HD videos to the DVD creator. Why? I found many users didn't know the iDVD tool.

iDVD is a DVD-creation application for Mac OS X users. It allows the user to burn QuickTime Movies, MP3 music, and digital photos to a DVD that was then played on a commercial DVD player. And it can write to DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD+RW, and DVD+R DL (Double Layer) discs. It has several versions, the latest version is iDVD '09 (7.x). But the app has been discontinued for a 2 years. Please note that the app only surpports to import QuickTime movies smaller than the standard DVD size of 720 x 540 pixels (NTSC) or 768 x 576 pixels (PAL) are scaled to fit the DVD window, which means you have to reduce the resource HD video quality firstly.



Now, you should know why you can't successfully copy the HD files to iDVD. Then how to smoothly get movies to iDVD? To burn videos to a DVD with iDVD, you have to use a all-in-one Video Converter, surpports any video format conversion, to help you convert videos to iDVD's file format on Mac OS X. Here I advice you to use the Brorsoft Mac Video to iDVD Converter. It is an easy-to-use software to freely set video/audio parameters for getting the best quality.

Then how to convert movies to QuickTime with best video/audio settings for importing to iDVD?

First, launch the brorsoft video converter on your Mac and open it to add videos you want to convert.

Secondly, click on "format" bar and move your mouse to "QuickTime movie formats" to choose the



Next, click "convert" to start converting videos, movies to QuickTime format. As soon as the conversion is completed, you can find the converted file by clicking "open".

PS: If you want to set video/audio parameters to burn with best quality, please click "settings".

Tip: The video size must be smaller than 720 x 540 pixels (NTSC) or 768 x 576 pixels (PAL).



Last, open your iDVD with "Creat A New Project", and choose the file path, Aspect Ratio and theme, then directly drag and drop the above covnerted video to the DVD creator for burning.

Tip: Before burning your DVD, be sure you have at least twice as much free space as your project uses available on your hard disk, to allow for encoding and burning.

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30 août 2012 4 30 /08 /août /2012 09:33

Home Sharing in iTunes is designed to let you share and transfer content between multiple iTunes libraries on your home network, and stream from those libraries to an iOS device or Apple TV (2nd or 3rd generation). If you have got one iPad 3, iPhone 4S, or iPod Touch, you are likely to use home sharing on iPad/iPhone/iPod in order to stream movies, music from multiple computers. Apple's latest software update, iOS 4.3, lets you share music, videos, and podcasts between your computers and iOS devices without burdening your device's storage.

Home Sharing requires:

1) The latest version of iTunes.
2) An Apple ID. For more information, see Frequently asked questions about Apple ID.
3) A Wi-Fi or Ethernet connection to a home network with active Internet connection.

Once you set up your Home Sharing account on your computers and devices, sharing is easy. Here's how to do it:

A: Set up your Home Sharing account

1. Download and run iTunes 10.6 on your computer.
2. Go to the "Advanced" menu, select "Turn on Home Sharing".
3. Enter your Apple ID credentials.

Now you'll need to do the same on your iOS device. On any device, go to "Settings," "iPod," and enter the same Apple ID credentials. If you want to access a computer with a different Apple ID association, you'll have to enter that one instead.

Note: iTunes limits users to five computers per Home Sharing account, so if you've reached your limit (as Apple will tell you), deauthorize one of the computers. To do so, go to iTunes, head to the "Store" menu, and then "Deauthorize this computer."

B: Access iTunes Home Sharing from an iOS Device

Make sure your an Apple devide (iPad 3, iPphone 4S, Apple TV 3, or iPod Touch) and computer are on the same Wi-Fi network. Then, head to "iPod," tap "Library" in the sidebar, and select the name of the iTunes library from the pop-up window.

You’ll need to have iOS 4.3 or later installed, you can upgrade through iTunes but if you have a newer device than you probably are on a new enough iOS version. Once you have it updated, grab your iOS device and…

  • *Tap on “Settings”
  • *Tap on “iPod”
  • *Scroll down to “Home Sharing” and enter the same AppleID credentials you used to setup Home Sharing on your Mac/PC with iTunes
  • *Exit “Settings” and tap on iPod
  • *Tap on the “More” tab
  • *Tap on “Shared” at the bottom of the list
  • *Select the computer name of the shared library you want to access
  • *You’ll now be in the familiar iPod app, except that you’ll have full access to the iTunes Home Share of the computer you selected, this includes music, playlists, and video.

You now have full access to your computers iTunes media library and playlists directly from your iPhone or iPad. All media will be streamed wirelessly to the iOS hardware, no files are copied or synced.

C: Access iTunes Home Sharing from another Mac or Windows PC

With Home Sharing you can also access any local iTunes media library from any other local Mac or PC.

Follow the instructions above to enable Home Sharing on the local machine, enter the same Apple ID
Look in the iTunes sidebar under “Sharing” and click on the shared library name you want to access

Summary:

Sharing has been around in iTunes for a while now but iTunes Home Sharing has really refined this feature, especially since you can access the media from now any Mac, PC, iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, or Apple TV.

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23 août 2012 4 23 /08 /août /2012 11:30

Apple Inc. has released many devices. Have you got one of these players iPod, iPhone, iPad or Apple TV? If so, you should know that they only surpport to play MOV, MP4, M4V formats. In fact, we usually have video files in .wmv .mpg, .avi or .mkv formats. If we want to transfer and watch WMV/MPG/AVI/MKV videos on iPad/iPod/iPhone/Apple TV, how to make it with one easy way.

You might have guessed that the best way is to encode video to the best format H.264 MP4 for Apple devices on Mac OS X with a convert tool. It means you need to download and install a professional Video Converter for Apple devices on Mac. Here the powerful Video to Apple Converter for Mac is highly recommended which is an all in one Apple video converting program to convert WMV, MPEG, FLV, TiVo, AVI, ect any video format file to Apple devices iPad/iPad2/iPad3/iPod Touch/iPhone 4S/ATV/ATV2/ATV3 on Mac OS X. The most important is that the Vide Converter has the built-in Profile for iPad, iPod, iPhone, Apple TV. You can Download the free trial and follow the below guide to have a try.

Guide: Transcode videos to iPad, iPod, iPhone, Apple TV with best video quality on Mac



Step 1: Launch the best Mac Video Converter for Apple Device. Click the button “File” to add video files to it. If it is necessary, you can double click the each file to have a preview.
Tip: If you have several video files and wanna combine/merge several video files for your Apple devices, you just need to tick off the “Merge into one” box.

Step 2: Click on the dropdown menu of “Format” and choose the Common video>H.264 Video(*.mp4) for all the Apple device.

Tips:
1) You can also choose from “iPad”, from which sublist, all the formats are all compatible with iPad.
2) You can also choose from “iPhone”, from which sublist, all the formats are all compatible with iPhone.
3) You can also choose from “iPod”, from which sublist, all the formats are all compatible with iPod.
4) You can also choose from “Apple TV”, from which sublist, all the formats are all compatible with Apple TV.

Step 3: Click the “Settings” icon, and you can adjust codec, bit rate, frame rate, sample rate and audio channel in the interface according to your needs and optimize the output file quality.

Note: Set the proper video size and frame rate according to your Apple device’s spec.

Step 4: Click the “Convert” button; it will change video for iPad/iPod/iPhone/Apple TV on Mac immediately. You can find the process in the “Conversion” interface.

After the short conversion, you will be able to get the output files for your Apple device via clicking on “Open” button effortlessly. Now you can sync the converted movies to the Apple devices for freely playback.

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