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Making a blu-ray digital copy for my tablet-

giantpandaman2

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So I got myself a tablet (Nook HD+) and wanted to put some of my blu-ray movies on it. It's ultraviolet compatible and all that but all the ways of downloading a movie onto it only give me SD quality.

Which drives me nuts since my Ultraviolet account says I have access to HD copies.

So, I was going to just rip the files and sideload the some mp4 files onto my tablet, but I don't know what the best (free or pay) software is for it. I figure the HTPC area would know, but sorry if I'm posting in the wrong spot.

Anyone have any suggestions?
 

Dirigible

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I've only ripped blu ray to mkv files. Makemkv will do that for free, for at least a trial period.

Dunno if that helps you.
 

Severian

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I use HandBrake to create MP4s for my Nook Color, but no hidef for me unfortunately, on this screen.
 

giantpandaman2

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Thanks for the info guys. Oddly enough, the very next day I noticed there was an update for my HD+. Now it autodownloads the HD content. I still might try some ripping, though, for one of my blu-rays, Dark Knight Rises, isn't downloading due to some sort of restriction.
 

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