How to Rip Blu Ray Disc to AVI without Quality Loss

Do you have collected lots of Blue ray movies on your computer? Do you have ever tried to play the Blue ray movies on your iPhone 7? If you have done these things, you may meet the problem that you can’t play BD digital movies on some devices as you wish, such as TV, phone and computer. In this post, you will learn lots of practical knowledge about AVI, Blue ray disc and the F2Fsot DVD burner.

Part 1: Something You Need to Know before Ripping Bluray to AVI

Part 2: What Are Needed for Converting Blu Ray Disc to AVI

Part 1: Something You Need to Know before Ripping Bluray to AVI

 

What is AVI format?

AVI is a popular container file format used for watching standard definition video on the PC and is the container used by DivX video versions. AVI files can hold different types of video and audio streams inside, and with the help of DivX® video compression technology, they can display incredible video quality while maintaining a small file size. The .divx files are also based on the AVI container, but can contain additional features like XSUB subtitles and chapters. Both AVI and DIVX videos will play on all DivX Certified devices—from tablets to TVs. So if we want to play Blu ray disc on TV, burning BD to AVI is a good idea.

The advantages of ripping Blueray to AVI

Blueray possesses the characteristics of high-definition video and high-resolution audio. There’re various advantages for converting Blueray to AVI files.

  1. Backup BD: Converting Blueray to AVI file is a good way to backup BD movies, because the BD disc can be broken due to some accidents.
  2. Play on multiple devices: After ripping and converting BD to AVI file, the AVI file can be played on different devices, such as TV, phone and computer.
  3. Save the storage of devices: BD movie carries a large storage while the AVI not.

Part 2: What Are Needed for Converting Blu Ray Disc to AVI

 

To rip and convert BD to AVI files, we need a third party, the F2Fsoft Blu ray DVD Ripper. It is the most professional Blue ray ripper software. It can rip BD disc to digital movies and extract audio from BD to save in all formats for any media player and device. With the digital movies ripper, you will instantly experience the latest and most advanced technologies, including but not limited to Pass-through, HEVC, 4K, and it will always keep updating to support the newest devices.

 Key Features

  1. Rip Blu-ray to other video/audio formats: MP4, AVI, MP3, WMV, WMA, FLV, MKV, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, 3GP, 3GPP, VOB, DivX, MOV, RM, RMVB, M4A, DPG, AAC, WAV, H.264.
  2. Convert video to DVD, DVD folders, or ISO files.
  3. Support lots of devices: PSP, iPod, iPod touch, iPod Nano, iPod Classic, iPhone, iPhone 4, iPhone 5, iPad, iPad 2, iPad 4, iPad mini, The New iPad, Zune, BlackBerry, Android phone, Creative Zen, PS3, Apple TV, Xbox, NDS, HTC One X, HTC Butterfly, Samsung Galaxy S4, Samsung Galaxy Tab 2, Nokia Lumia 920, BlackBerry Z10, Google Nexus 7, Motorola Droid Razr M, Kindle Fire HD and Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700.
  4. Enhance and edit the output video or audio effect

 

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Step 1: Run the F2Fsoft Ripper

Install the software on your Windows.

 

Step 2Add Bluray movies

Please click “Add File” button to transfer BD movie to software. If you have BD disc/folder and DVD disc/folder, you can choose “Load Disc” button to load target DVD.

Add Blu Ray Folder

 

Step 3: Choose AVI as output profile

Please choose the device and format which you want by clicking the “Profile” option, such as “General Video>H.264 AVI”.

AVI Output Format

 

Step 4: Edit 3D settings for current item

Please choose “3D” button and then you will see a window, you can choose “Split Screen” and “Depth”. Next click “Apply”. The “Depth” is adjustable between -50 and 50.

3D Effect

 

Step 5: Start the conversion

Please choose the place where you want to save the video by clicking “Destination”. Next click “Convert” button. The process is finished. Is it so easy, isn’t it?

Covert Blu Ray

 

 

 

 

 

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