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 Rip Blu-ray to Panasonic TV for playback via hard drive 
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Rip Blu-ray to Panasonic TV for playback via hard drive

A brief guide assist you rip Blu-ray to MP4 with best aspect ratio and quality, so that you can watch Blu-rays on Panasonic TV via hard drive smoothly.

Hello. I am in the process of purchasing a software program for converting my Blu Rays. I am using this software to rip Blue Ray movies to my Panasonic TV (1080i) and for my tablets like iPad Air 2, iPad mini and Lenovo-Tab. Thanks!

You may use to watch Blu-rays on Windows/Mac computer with the help of an external Blu-ray drive, or rent blu-ray movies online. But for me, the coolest thing is to enjoy my Blu-ray collections on Panasonic TV or Tablets. Surely, it's not necessary to purposely buy a Blu-ray Player just for watching Blu-rays on TV; as long as you havean external Blu-ray drive, we can make all this happen.

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Here, Pavtube BDMagic (Read the review) is such a magic tool to help you roll off your Blu-ray protection and rip Blu-ray to best MP4 for playback on Panasonic TV (1080i) or Tablets with perfect aspect ratio. It is really easier to use und more professional that other ones.

Mac version is available here; well support Mac OS X El Capitan: Pavtube BDMagic for Mac.



Other Download:
- Pavtube old official address: pavtube.cn/blu-ray-ripper/
- Cnet Download: download.cnet.com/Pavtube-BDMagic/3000-7970_4-75922877.html

How to Watch Blu-rays on Panasonic TV via Hard Drive?

Step 1. Run Best Blu-ray Converter and import disc.

Click "Load file" icon to load Blu-ray disc from ROM, or Blu-ray folder, ISO images files. DVDsare also supported.

I also noticed if you have an ISO file to import, it will recognize the ISO automatically with no need to run virtual driver and mount ISO files firstly. Good design.



Step 2. Choose format.

Click "Format" drop-down list and choose "HD video>H.264 HD Video(*.mp4)"; it'sthe most widely used format which will be supported by your Panasonic TV.



Step 3. Adjust video specs or change aspect ratio (Optional)

If you are not satisfied with default specs, then click "Settings" to enter Profiles Settings windows; here you can customize video frame rate, bitrate,size and other settings freely.

Note: If you want to trim, crop, editaudio/subtitles or adjust aspect ratio, click the pencil-like icon and switchto "Crop" tab. Choose Advanced mode, lock the "Keep Ratio" and you can free change aspect ratio. Usually it will be set to "Original"; it would be ok to playback on smartTV, or you can change it to 16:9.

Step 4. Start conversion.

Click the big red "Convert" to start converting your Blu-rays to H.264 MP4. Afterthe conversion, click "Open output folder" to quick locate converted files; now stream the converted Blu-ray moviein MP4 to your Panasonic TV or transfer via Hard dirve. Enjoy your movies now!

Good News! To thanks for your continuous support, Pavtube Official Website and Pavtube Facebook are now holding the biggest sale for this summer with fantastic 50% off discounts and giveaway. Pay less to get powerful Blu-ray/DVD/Video Converter to build your own home media center on this summer!

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