How do I add/upload Blu-ray files to Dropbox

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How do I add/upload Blu-ray files to Dropbox

Post by lydia622520 on Fri Jul 17, 2015 2:07 am

Summary: This guide shows you how to prepare and upload your Blu-rays to Dropbox so that you can view your favorite Blu-ray movies anywhere on any device as you like.

Dropbox is a service that keeps your files safe, synced, and easy to share. Anything you save to your computer can be saved to your Dropbox, including all of your documents, movies, music, photos, internet downloads...you name it. If you're looking for a way to upload Blu-ray to Dropbox for viewing anywhere on any device, read on to find the best solution.

Before you can add Blu-ray movies to Dropbox, you need to rip Blu-ray discs first because Dropbox doesn't support Blu-ray format. And for easy streaming to Android, iPad, iPhone, iPod and other portable tablets or smartphones for playback, you'd better convert Blu-ray to a widely supported video format e.g. MP4.

To do so, a Blu-ray ripping software is essential. Here Brorsoft Blu-ray Ripper is recommended to you. With it, you can remove the strict Blu-ray protection and region restrictions and rip Blu-ray movies to Dropbox readable video MP4, MOV, MKV, WMV, AVI, etc very quickly while retaining great video quality. Besides common videos, this Blu-ray ripping software provides optimal presets for popular media devices including iPad, iPhone, Galaxy Tab, Nexus 7, Kindle Fire HD and more. For the video size limit of Dropbox site, the built-in editor also allows you to extract Blu-ray clips with the very part you want.

If you're want to upload Blu-ray films to Dropbox on Mac OS X(Yosemite), please turn to Brorsoft Blu-ray Ripper for Mac, which has the same function as the Windows version. Now download the right version of the program and follow the guide below.

READ MORE: Rip Blu-ray with Subtitles | Copy Blu-ray Movies to iTunes | Stream Blu-ray via Plex

[bPart I. How to rip Blu-ray to Dropbox friendly video for uploading[/b]

Step 1. Load Blu-ray movies

Insert the Blu-ray disc into your BD drive and run Brorsoft Blu-ray Ripper. You can click the "Load Disc" button to load the Blu-ray files to the program. DVD Disc, ISO/IFO, VIDEO_TS folder are supported also.

Step 2. Specify output format

Click the drop down box of "Format", through which it is possible to select Dropbox highly compatible format like MP4, MOV from "Common Video" profile list. For those who wanna upload Blu-ray files to Dropbox and share on tablet or phones, you can choose a certain preset like iPad as target format.

Tip: If you need, you can also click "Settings" to modify parameters of your output profile to meet your professional needs: bit rate, frame rate, aspect ratio, etc.

Step 3. Edit Blu-ray movies (Optional)

You can even use its provided Edit feature to edit your output video by cropping, adding watermarks, trimming and more. A couple of things to keep in mind about DropBox: If you only have the free account, you only have 2 GB of space (at least initially, unless you've invited some friends and gotten a little more) so you may run into space limitation issues. So, you'd better trim your Blu-ray files if necessary.

Step 4. Start ripping Blu-ray to Dropbox

When all these settings are ready, you can click the "Convert" button to begin the Blu-ray to Dropbox conversion. When the ripping is done, you can click on "Open" button to locate the ripped videos.

Part II. How to load ripped Blu-ray video to Dropbox

1. Sign in to the Dropbox website.
2. Click the Upload button from the very top of the window. The upload button
3. A window will appear. Click the Choose File button and then select the file on your computer that you'd like to add to your Dropbox.
4. Choose as many files as you like, and then click the Start Upload button.
5. The window will disappear, your files will start uploading, and you'll be shown a progress indicator. That's it, you've added the converted Blu-ray files to your Dropbox!

Source: How to easily load a Blu-ray into Dropbox

http://handheld-devices-playback-tips.jimdo.com/2015/07/17/upload-blu-rays-to-dropbox-for-viewing-anywhere/

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Re: How do I add/upload Blu-ray files to Dropbox

Post by lydia622520 on Mon Jul 20, 2015 1:30 am

Wanna to convert DVD movie to Dropbox format with Brorsoft DVD Ripper ? This is the Guide of using Brorosft to rip and convert DVD to Dropbox on Windows, or on Mac OS X.

Dropbox is an excellent cloud storage service, despite it losing out to Google Drive in our recent fight. That's in part because Dropbox allows developers to come up with their own apps and services for you to use.That means Dropbox can be used as more than just a file storage system. You can use the service to back up and organize important files that may be scattered all over the web, stream music, or even host a website.

Dropbox app support numerous video formats, including: mov, .mp4, .m4v, .mkv, .avi, .wmv, .flv, .asf

If you want to take along bundles of DVDs when going out, it's great to upload DVDs to Dropbox for viewing anywhere. If you're looking for easy an easy way to get your movies off DVD into Dropbox, just read on.



To add DVD movies to Dropbox for playback and sharing, we recommend you use a DVD ripping software to convert DVD to a mobile-compatible format.

Brorsoft DVD Ripper is an excellent DVD ripping tool. It can help you convert DVD to Dropbox compatible format like MP4, MOV, WMV, AVI, etc without losing much quality. With a built-in video editor, you are able to change the DVD movies according to your taste- add watermarks, remove subtitles, change video visual effects and more. If you are a Mac user, please turn to DVD Ripper for Mac to convert and upload DVD to Dropbox on Mac (including Mavericks and Yosemite). Now download the right version of the program and follow the guide below.

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How to rip DVD for uploading to Dropbox

Note that the product tutorial below uses DVD Ripper for Windows screenshots to show you how to get the work easily done. The way to rip DVD to Dropbox videos on Mac OS X (including Mavericks and Yosemite) is the same. Please just make sure you've downloaded the right version.

Step 1. Import DVD movies

Launch the program and click Load DVD to add DVD folders, ISO files or IFO files. All added files will be displayed on the left item bar and you can preview them in the right Preview window as the picture below shows.



Step 2. Specify output format

As has been stated above, Dropbox supports MP4, etc video files. So you can just select "Common Video" > "H.264 High Profile Video(*.mp4)" as the output video format. If you want to stream DVD via Dropbox to your portable devices, there are many optimized presets for iPad, iPhone or Android depending on your device.



Step 3. Trim/Edit DVD files

Since Dropbox has limitations about the uploading video size(If you only have the free account, you only have 2 GB of space), please pay attention to the video size when ripping DVD movies for Dropbox. Here we should highlight the trim function on this software. Just click "Edit" to trim the DVD videos to get the very part you want. Besides trimming, cropping, adding watermark, adjusting special effect, are well supported as well.



Step 4. Start converting DVD to Dropbox

When all these settings are ready, you can click the "Convert" button to begin the DVD to Dropbox conversion. When the ripping is done, you can click on "Open" button to locate the ripped videos.

Now you can easily upload the converted DVD movies to Dropbox folder for viewing anywhere on any device. Enjoy.

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