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[Blu-ray ripping Tips]Blu-ray disc to MKV

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[Blu-ray ripping Tips]Blu-ray disc to MKV

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How can I rip Blu-ray to MKV?

Blu-ray has great video and audio quality. But it's also discomfort to share Blu-ray video with others or watch on PC. So how to convert Blu-ray movie to MKV meanwhile reduce quality lost to the lowest? I would recommend you to use Pavtube Blu-Ray Ripper. It is more than a Blu-Ray to MKV converter and can help you to remove Blu-Ray AACS encryption, region codes and BD+ copy protection, and copy Blu-ray to MKV movie with fast conversion speed.
Please find below a step-by-step guide for directly convert Blu-Ray to MKV:

Learn more: Learn more: http://www.pavtube.com/guide/blu-ray-to-mkv.html
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    santeewelding

    You persist, still, in beating your head against a wall that cares not, with a plan which has no end or beginning that you appear aware of.

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    benace8259

    Hey guys, my friend gave me a copy of a film which he ripped using a blu ray ripping app (not sure what was used). When I loaded the file on my media player (am using a PlayON DVR). The file gets played, however I see pixelation throughout the movie. The file is like 1gig something. Any thoughts, could this be the file was converted incorrectly or something. In case you guys encountered the same, appreciate the insights. thanks!

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    CharlieSpencer

    Yeah, pay for a movie instead of ripping it off. And why is this spammer's discussion still on the board?

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    santeewelding

    You persist, still, in beating your head against a wall that cares not, with a plan which has no end or beginning that you appear aware of.

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    benace8259

    Hey guys, my friend gave me a copy of a film which he ripped using a blu ray ripping app (not sure what was used). When I loaded the file on my media player (am using a PlayON DVR). The file gets played, however I see pixelation throughout the movie. The file is like 1gig something. Any thoughts, could this be the file was converted incorrectly or something. In case you guys encountered the same, appreciate the insights. thanks!

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    CharlieSpencer

    Yeah, pay for a movie instead of ripping it off. And why is this spammer's discussion still on the board?