Readers are most probably getting
used to the TDMore user interface approach by now.
Blu-ray Converter requests that a
Blu-ray is loaded (or a source file is identified) as is common to the other
Blu-ray Converter also has a preview function.
One can select the whole movie for conversion or a specific
chapter. One can also select a specific sound track and subtitles.
At the bottom of the screen one can choose where the output
file will be placed.
My target device was my new Samsung Galaxy S5 smart phone.
I must admit I had no idea what the preferred file format for the S5 is but I
need not have worried because one of the options for selecting the output
format is to select your target device from a list of the popular potential
target devices (grouped by manufacturer). The S5 was not listed but the S4 was
so I selected it. One can also select the resolution of the output file – I
selected ‘low’ to make sure it would fit onto my phone’s micro SD card and not
exceed the FAT32 limit of 4GB.
As the conversion progresses the time left, the time
elapsed, the percentage complete, and the current encoding speed (measured in
Frames per Second) is displayed.
Successful completion is signalled.
You can see that the conversion of this Blu-ray took just
over 35 minutes.
I copied the output file onto my phone’s memory card and the
movie played perfectly.
Now let’s head to the next page, to look at the DVD