Saving/Uploading Blu-rays to USB Type-C for playback

John Salley

Apr 08, 2015 05:58 am / Posted by John Salley

I have several movies on Blu-ray disc. I have also a MacBook Pro and a Samsung TV which can read movies in several formats (.mvk, .avi, etc) from an USB Type-C. I wonder how could I convert a Blu-ray disc in my MacBook to an USB Type-C so it can be played on my TV.

Rip Blu-ray to USB Type-C for Using

USB stands for Universal Serial Bus, and it’s a standard for cables and connections between devices that can deliver both data and power. USB Type-C is closely intertwined with other new standards, like USB 3.1 for faster speeds and USB Power Delivery for improved power-delivery over USB connections. (Read details about what is it)

If you’d like to play a movie Blu-ray on tablet, mobile or TV through USB Type-C, you just need a Blu-ray to USB Type-C Ripper to rip Blu-ray to USB Type-C supported video formats (eg. MP4, MKV, MOV, MPG) first, pluge the USB Type-C into different devices, and then you can enjoy Blu-ray videos on new type USB and devices at will.

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To accomplish the task, here Pavtube ByteCopy for Mac is right for you. Workflow is easy and a mass of preset formats are built for output. It is capable of converting Blu-ray and DVD to digital copy with various playable video formats for saving on USB, hard drive, Chromecast, NAS and so on, and ripping them to be friendly with iOS/Android/Windows devices, game consoles, media players, etc. And moreover, it also can support to backup BD/DVD without any quality loss. The app is also available for Windows OS – Get Pavtube ByteCopy if you work with Windows 2003/XP/Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 8.1/Windows 10. Now let’s learn how to do it.


Guide on How to save/upload Blu-ray to USB Type-C for various purposes

1. Launch the highly recommended Mac Blu-ray Ripper. Insert your Blu-ray movie to BD drive, and click “Load Disc” button on Pavtube ByteCopy for Mac interface to load Blu-ray disc; it also support importing Blu-ray ISO and Blu-ray folder.

load blu-ray movie for ripping to ps3

2. Select the main title and set subtitles/audio language you’d like to preserve.

3. Click “Format”, you can find many video formats in the dropdown list, you can choose the one you need like “H.264 HD Video(*.mp4)” or “MKV HD Video(*.mkv)” or “MPEG-2 HD Video(*.mpg)” from “HD Video” option.

convert dvd to mkv for mede8er media player

4. Change target video/audio specs (Optional)

If you are not satisfied with the default video/audio specs, click “Settings” to adjust video seize(pixel), frame rate, bitrate (the higher bitrate, the larger file size and better video quality), or audio settings.

5. Start Conversion.

Click the big “Convert” to start converting Blu-ray to USB Type-C as MP4, MKV, MPG, MOV, etc.. After conversion, you can click “Open” to find the converted files. Now get USB Type-C plugged into different devices and you can successfully playback converted video on TV or mobile devices with the format you wish in a snap. Hope this article will be useful.

More method to backup your Blu-ray movies:

1. You can hit the Copy the entire disc icon on ByteCopy for Mac main interface and start Blu-ray backing up process.
2. To backup Blu-ray to lossless mkv on Mac, choose “Lossless/encoded Multi-track MKV(*.mkv)” from “Multi-track Video” for outputting.
3. If you’d like to copy only movie content and leave out the extras and commentary, the Directly Copy is exactly what you need, which copies m2ts from Blu-ray disc without extras.

What Devices Have USB Type-C Today?

The recently-announced Apple MacBook (12-inch) is the first announced laptop to ship with a USB Type-C connector, but it’s not the first device to use the new port. Unveiled two days later than the MacBook, but shipping right away (MacBook won’t drop until April), Google’s second-generation Chromebook Pixel has two USB Type-C ports, one on either side of the notebook.

In March, SanDisk announced its first USB Type-C Flash drive, which also has a USB Type-A connector for backward compatibility. LaCie announced the first USB Type-C external hard drive on March 10th. Google is also selling USB Type-C accessories, which should work on either the Pixel or the MacBook.

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