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movies to PC tablet.

photo_phil is off-line
28 October 2012 10:25
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Hi
I've bought a PC tablet for my daughter for Christmas and I'd like to put a few films on it for her.
I have no idea how I get them onto my PC so I can put them on to her tablet.

Please advise.



andyh is off-line
28 October 2012 10:30
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Film type...DVD?
Tablet type...?iPad/Playbook/Android?
PC...Windows?

The basic way of doing it is to rip the film to your computer, then from their either re-encode to what format the tablet likes, or find a converter that will let you put them on the tablet
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photo_phil is off-line
28 October 2012 10:33
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DVD
Android
Windows 7

I have no idea how to rip a DVD on to my PC or encode it to put on the Tablet.


Steve M is off-line
28 October 2012 10:42
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Handbrake will do this on a mac, don't know if there is a version for PC or not ?
I live for the nights that I can't remember / with the people that I can't forget


andyh is off-line
28 October 2012 10:48
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Quote from photo_phil
DVD Android Windows 7 I have no idea how to rip a DVD on to my PC or encode it to put on the Tablet.



If you want to pay for something

http://www.nero.com/enu/products/nero12/transfer-music-pictures-files-from-pc-to-iphone-ipod-ipad-samsung-android-phone.php
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28 October 2012 10:53
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http://www.top5freeware.com/top-5-free-dvd-ripper-software

Windows version of Handbreak is on there too


photo_phil is off-line
28 October 2012 11:38
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Thanks guys. I'll go and take a look.


29 October 2012 02:52
abzphoto
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Commercial movies on DVD (if not pirated) are copyright protected and most 'official' software packages (e.g. Nero, Handbrake etc) will not let you rip them. If you want to do this for free, you can use a two step process - something like DVDFab to rip and then Handbrake or Super Media Converter to convert. If you want to pay, you can buy an upgraded version of the likes of DVDFab that will do both steps in one. There are a huge number of options really and half an hour in Google will help you find the best one for your exact circumstances.


Mick Stow is off-line
29 October 2012 03:52
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Wonder share 43.99 rip all dvd and you can turn it into whatever file you like.
Will work up to tasteful Nude for an extra £5 PER HOUR!


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29 October 2012 03:53
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Copying (ripping) a DVD is illegal, in fact it's piracy just like if someone took one of your images and put it on their own website.

I have recently purchased a Galaxy Tab but then I have the capability to output my own video footage as 1280x720 which looks very good on the device.

I'm not entirely sure but doesnt someone make available films for output on a Tablet, although you would have to pay for that.




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