Rip Blu-ray to 1080p DivX AVI Files Without Losing Quality

John Salley

Apr 01, 2016 10:55 am / Posted by John Salley

Basic Knowledge about Ripping Blu-ray to AVI 

There always lies variety of Blu-ray disc copy-protections before trying to rip Blu-ray to AVI, such as The Advanced Access Content System, The Image Constrain Token (ICT), The ROM-Mark, and so on. So you need a Blu-ray to AVI ripper that can help you remove them all. It should also constantly update to defeat upcoming Blu-ray encryption technologies. 


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If you’ve already invested in lots of Blu-ray discs, you may wanna watch your favorite Blu-ray movies in a more convenient way without a Blu-ray Player. While, as you see, no matter PC, tablet or smart phones can’t support Blu-ray as source media. 

Considering all above factors, transforming Blu-ray to DivX AVI is absolutely a good choice. An simple and efficient program to decrypt the Blu-ray and convert the content to AVI file format on your hard drive with original quality. Here, you need a Blu-ray to DivX AVI Converter - Pavtube BDMagic. This converter can rip and copy Blu-ray to DivX AVI without quality loss and can get fast conversion with NVIDIA CUDA/ AMD GPU acceleration technology. Its spupported OS includes Windows 2003/XP/Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 8.1/Windows 10.(More reasons for choosing BDMagic). 

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Steps guide on how to rip Blu-ray to 1080p DivX AVI with the best quality 

Step 1. Load your Blu-ray movies 

Launch the Blu-ray to DivX AVI Converter. When the interface pops up, click “File” to import Blu-ray movie into the programme. If your movie has several language subtitles, you can choose the one what you want in the “Subtitles”.


Step 2. Choose the output format 

Click format bar and choose output format. You can then choose “DivX AVI-Audio Video Interleaved(DivX)(*.avi)” from the Common Video drop-down list as the output file format. 


Tip: Before conversion, you can click “Settings” button right besides “Format” and enter “Profile Settings” panel to adjust video size, bit rate, frame rate, sample rate and audio channels. If you want to keep 1080p Full HD resolution, set the video size as 1080*1920. Keep in mind the file size and video quality is based more on bitrate than resolution which means bitrate higher results in big file size, and lower visible quality loss, and vice versa. 

Step 3. Start ripping 

Finally, hit the big “Convert” button to start converting Blu-ray to AVI /DivX in 1080p high quality. When the conversion ends, you will be able to get the result video via tapping the Open button in the main interface. Afterwards, you can just put and play Blu-ray rips anywhere anytime for great enjoyment. 

Although DivX AVI is regarded as the most suitable output format in Blu-ray conversion, you also can transform it to MP4H.265MKVMOVM3U8 according to your desire with Pavtube BDMagic. 

Note: Do you know there are more than 80% DVD owners will make digital backup of their discs, so need you if you have Blu-ray. It is sure that Blu-ray engineered with much stronger scratch proof than DVD, but as optical storage media, Blu-ray also need a backup. With around 4 times compression ratio, by converting Blu-ray to AVI, you can shrink 20GB Blu-ray movie to 5GB AVI file yet the quality loss cannot be noticed by naked eyes. Learn>> Backup 50 GB Blu-ray Movies to 25 GB

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