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Simple Way to Copy Blu-ray on Yosemite for Playback and Storage

August 26 2015, 04:38am

Get a pretty simple way to backup/copy Blu-ray on Yosemite for Playback and Storage with the best Blu-ray Ripper for Yosemite from this tutorial.

Apple has announced its new OS X 10.10 – Yosemite on October 16, 2014, which has a new interface combining freshness with familiarity and delivers newer user experience than the previous versions. In the meantime, making Blu-ray backup on Yosemite also arouses attention. 

Hot Search: Blu-ray to PS3DVD to Seagate Wireless PlusDVD to QNAP TS-469L NASDVD to Synology DS414...

To copy Blu-ray on Yosemite for playback or storage, finding a Blu-ray ripper for Yosemite is the key. Here Pavtube ByteCopy for Mac is exactly the tool compatible to work with the latest Mac OS X like Yosemite as it continuously updates to support the latest operating systems, which will let you not only backup Blu-ray with original video/audio quality in a few minutes, but also rip any Blu-ray to MP4, MKV, MOV, Prores, FLV, MPEG, M4V, AVI, etc. (Read thereview

It is capable of copying latest or hottest copy-protected Blu-rays like The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Disney Frozen, etc on Yosemite by removing Blu-ray Copy Protection and moreover has the ability to pull individual chapters. I stongly recommond it due to its reasonable price as well as easy-to-use interface. I dislike Handbrake, but with this powerful Yosemite Blu-ray Ripper from Pavtube, I have ripped many discs successfully to various formats on my new system after testing.

Simple Tutorial to Teach You How to Use Blu-ray ripper software for Yosemite 

Step 1. Load Blu-ray to the software

Insert the Blu-ray disc to Blu-ray drive as the source file. Launch the top Blu-ray Ripper for Mac  Yosemite; click the disc button to load the entire Blu-ray disc for ripping.(For windows users, here is the workflow)



1. If you have backed up the entire Blu-ray disc on hard drive with BDMV file structure, you can also load the BDMV folder for conversion on Yosemite .

2. The Blu-ray movie has more than one audio tracks and subtitles. You can choose your preferred one from the "Subtitles", "Audio" options retained in the output video.

Step 2. Choose output format

Click the Format bar and follow Common Video; MP4, MOV, AVI, MPEG, M4V... are all the popular output formats for you. This Mac Blu-ray Riper also has 150+ presets for almost all popular multimedia devices. Or choose Prores 422 codec for editing in FCP. You are allowed to choose one device as the output format as well. 

Step 3. Adjust video and audio settings (Optional)

This Mac Yosemite Blu-ray Converter allows users to adjust video and audio parameters to customize the output file quality. Click "Settings" button and then you can adjust video resolution, frame rate, bit rate, audio channel, etc.

Besides, you can also click “Edit” to active the built-in video editor, and you are allowed to cut off unwanted video scene from source Blu-ray to get individual chapters.

Step 4. Start ripping Blu-ray on Mac OS X Yosemite 

Click "Convert" button to start converting Blu-ray movie on Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite. After conversion click "Open" to find converted movie, and then you can play the output video on Mavericks or sync to USB Flash Drive, iPad, iPhone, Apple TV 3, upload to YouTube, Vimeo freely. 
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Source: http://techmovieshare.blogspot.com2015/01/tutorial-to-rip-blu-ray-on-yosemite.html


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Best Workflow to Edit Nabi Square HD 4K Video in FCP

August 20 2015, 07:54am

What is the best efficient way to work with Nabi Square HD 4K video in Final Cut Pro? That is the question I asked myself. This post is an attempt to describe my workflow in detail. 

As the development of technology, there are more and more 4K support cameras come out like Nabi Square. If you want to edit 4K videos in non-linear editing programs i.e. Final Cut Pro, you might need to take time to convert before you can start post production. That’s because FCP can’t support 4K resolution video. And this article will show an easiest way. 

Fuhu Announces Nabi Square HD -- the 4K Camera Created to Capture Childhood

Nabi Square HD™, the first-ever 4K action camera for kids that is shock-proof, drop-proof and waterproof without a case, built for the rugged and extreme adventures of childhood. Unlike most high quality cameras that require protective gearing and an attentive parent, nabi Square HD was created for parents to comfortably leave the camera with their kids to capture child's most daring and precious moments -- whether biking for the very first time or child's first trip to the beach. nabi Square HD is designed to work with a child's outdoor activities such as biking, running, jumping or swimming, while capturing the most vivid and crisp still image in 8MP or video in 4K. 

Powerful and durable, nabi Square HD is a professional grade camera dedicated to capture the extremeness of childhood and family-first moments through the eyes of a child. It's also more powerful, and supports 4K video recording at 15 fps, 2.7k recording at 30 fps, 1080p at 60 fps and high-speed, 120 fps capture at 720p. 

Tips for Editing: Edit ALEXA Mini video in iMovie | H.265 to Avid Media Composer | XAVC S to Avid Media Composer |

How to Convert Nabi Square HD 4K video to ProRes for editing in Final Cut Pro

The latest version of the FCP X support import video resolution up to 5K, why FCP 7 and FCP X can’t import 4K video files? Obvious, resolution isn’t a problem, video format is a major cause. Different video format has different video and audio codec, FCP doesn’t support all formats importing. Such as FCP X and FCP 7 can’t import 4K Nabi Square HD 4K video files. If you want to have a smooth Nabi Square HD 4K video and FCP workflow, you are advised to convert 4K video to ProRes for further editing in FCP.  Learn>> FCP X video file format

At first, I introduce a powerful high-quality 4K video converter, player and editor on Mac OS X - Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac can deliver you a whopping help. The program can effortlessly encode/re-encode 4K MP4, XAVC, XAVC S, etc footage to advanced encoders like Apple ProRes, Apple Intermediate Codec, MPEG-2, DNxHD, etc. to seamlessly fit for Final Cut Pro, iMovie/FCE, Adobe Premiere Pro, Avid Media Composer and more. Plus, this 4K Video Converter is also available to customize the output resolutions to any size like 1080p, 2K, 4K as users want. Just download it and keep reading for a brief how-to on each process. 

Read the Review: Import H.265/HEVC to FCP X | Choose Best Suitable Editing Programs 

Step-by-Step Guide:

Step 1: Download and have a quick installation. 


Other Download:

- Pavtube old official address: http://www.pavtube.cn/imedia-converter-mac/
- Cnet Download: http://download.cnet.com/Pavtube-iMedia-Converter/3000-2194_4-76177788.html

The trial version will have a watermark on your converted files. Except for that, there are no time limitation, no virus, and no unnecessary bundle apps while downloading. After that, click “Add Video” button to load your 4K files. 

Step2: Choose ProRes MOV for output format

Clicking the Format bar, you can click “Final Cut Pro” >> “Apple ProRes Codes 422 (*.mov)” as output format from the format list. (Read difference about Types of Apple ProRes Codecs). 

Step 3: (Necessary point) How to preserve 4K resolution with output videos

In order to get the output videos with 4K resolution, we should click the ‘Settings’ and get in to set the ‘Video size’ to ‘4K’. However, there are no ‘4K’ items we need to tap the ‘4096*2160’ in the blank. That’s the necessary step we need to do here. 

Finally, when you go back to the main interface, of course we can click the “Convert” icon to make our work started. From Nabi Square HD 4K Video to FCP ProRes 4K, is that cool? Easily transfer your 4K files to FCP for professional workflow, we can enjoy ourselves then! 

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