Tutorial on how to compress BluRay Disc to 2% of Its Original Size

Blu-ray movies are on the verge of conquering the whole world, but there is a major issue that most of the users are plagued with. The Blu-ray films are hard to backup and of course never easy to carry around (until and unless one carries a 500 GB portable hard disk). To the rescue comes TDMore Blu-ray Converter that can convert a 46GB Blu-ray file into 1.2 GB MKV file! Amazing right? Let’s go more deep into the software.

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TDMore Blu-ray Converter is not just another Blu-ray converter; it is one of the best and prominent converter and ripper software in the current market. The software is capable of converting huge Blu-ray files into portable sized files for easy maneuverability. Moreover, it can convert or rip the file into all video formats or for all devices.

TDMore Blu-ray converter currently supports converting Blu-ray into famous video formats such as MP4, WMV, MKV, AVI, MKV passthrough and many more. Audio formats supported are WAV, MP3, FLAC, ACC etc. The audio can be easily used for playback on devices such as iPods, MP3 players etc. One can also give a try for TDMore Blu-ray Copy.

The coolest aspect about TDMore Blu-ray Converter is that it can convert Blu-ray into popular devices such as smartphones, PSP, PDA’s, PS3, XBOX360 and more. This way the user can use all his portable devices to maximum use and not worry about the size of the Blu-ray films.

Another abruptly cool feature is that the software is capable of converting 2D Blu-ray files into high-quality 3D videos of WMV, MP4, M2TS, AVI, etc. The conversion can be done in side-by-side.

Okie, enough about TDMore Blu-ray software, let’s get it working and go through the process of converting a BD 50 to 2% of its original size.

The latest version of TDMore Blu-ray incorporates the H.265 Encoder which is twice as efficient as the previous H.264 Encoder. The newest encoder can encode a BD file in just 2 hours. The H.265 encoder file has its own roots in the algorithm its uses. The algorithm also output same video quality as that of H.264 Encoder.

Let’s move through the process of converting a BD 50 to 2% of its original size using TDMore Blu-ray Converter.

Note: Before starting the conversion, the user is recommended to use any freeware or payware such as AnyDVD, DVDFab Passkey etc. to remove the encryption from the original BD disk. The conversion will not work with the encryption on, so make sure that you input the non-encrypted BD files into the software.

  1. The first step includes downloading and installing TDMore Blu-ray Converter into your computer. The step is easy and would take not more than 5 minutes. The software can be downloaded from the official website. Once the software is setup, move to the next step.
  2. Start the TDMore Blu-ray Converter by double-clicking on the software icon on the desktop. Load the file into the software either by dropping the ISO into the panel or using the Add button on the top left corner of the main window.
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  4. Once the source is loaded in, you can go forward and select the necessary options for the conversion. The most important option is choosing the output video type such as MP4 or MKV H.265 video. The option is visible and can be found on the top-right corner of the interface. Next step is to select other options such as subtitles, output tiles etc. You can also set the output quality to anyone of the following: standard, fast speed or high quality. The last option you need to set the output directory. It can be done by selecting the folder icon and pitching in the targeted folder.
  5. The last step is to just click the start button and let the conversion complete. You can set the PC to auto-shutdown, exit program or hibernate.

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So, what are you waiting for? Get a TDMore Blu-ray Licencse now!

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