“Blu-ray is known as Blu-Ray Disc (BD), is the name of a new optical disc format jointly developed by the Blu-ray Disc Association (BDA). Blu-Ray format was developed to enable recording, rewriting and playback of high-definition video (HD), as well as storing large amounts of data. It offers larger store capacity and higher definition videos than traditional DVDs, so than it becomes more and more popular in our media lives.”
Classic Movies in Blu-ray You can not Miss!
1. The Godfather’ Trilogy
One of the few series that maintained superb quality from the original through the sequels – although to my mind, none of the sequels quite measures up to the absolute mastery of the first movie. Multi-layered plots; intelligent performances; lush cinematography and a great score bring these movies together in a cinematic symphony. It’s the mob as great opera. The Francis Ford-Coppola restoration is the way to go.
The classic movie that defines “classic,” Casablanca belongs in every movie buff’s collection, and the reviews of the new Blu-ray edition are positive. Watch Rick, Ilse, Victor, Captain Renault, Sasha the bartender and Sam the piano player with all the scratches and visual noise of the old film magically removed. A romantic gift, and of course, the gift tag just has to say: “Here’s looking at blu, kid!”
3. The Mel Brooks Collection
Nobody makes me laugh like Mel Brooks. This collection, due out December 15, 2009, has it all: First, my four favorites: Young Frankenstein, the Twelve Chairs, To Be or Not to Be and Blazing Saddles. Then, five more, almost as good: High Anxiety, Spaceballs, History of the World Part 1, Silent Movie and Robin Hood: Men in Tights. If the price tag for all nine movies gives you “shtick”-er shock, you can always go for the more affordable Blu-ray editions of either Young Frankenstein or Blazing Saddles.
4.It’s a Wonderful Life
Actually released on Blu-ray in 2007, It’s a Wonderful Life is Frank Capra’s immortal tribute to an idealized, vanished small-town America. I don’t think any place was ever really like Capra’s Bedford Falls, and I can only wish real-life heroes were as stalwart and steadfast as Jimmy Stewart’s George Bailey. Too sweet for some, I like to think of it as a lovely fable. There’s a reason this once-forgotten gem has become a beloved holiday film. Just do NOT watch the colorized version. That’s sacrilege.
5. Gone With the Wind
Like The Wizard of Oz, Gone With the Wind is one of the masterpieces of 1939, the most astonishing year in American classic movie history. Due out November 17th, the 70th-anniversary edition promises to be a luscious re-mounting of this sweeping Civil War costume drama. Some aspects of the film are more than a little dated, but the story of Rhett, Scarlett and the fall of the Old South is an undisputed classic. Frankly, my dear, it’s a must for any classic film library.
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Step 1. Download, install and run this Blu-Ray to Android Ripper on your PC
Step 2. Load blu-ray DVD source to Any Blu-ray ripper
Insert Blu-ray dvd to external driver, click on “Load BD/DVD” to import Blu-Ray movies, browse to the drive and click “Choose”. You do not have to open any of the folders. When the files are imported to file list, check the main movie and leave other files unchecked. The main movie is the largest file. Check it in preview window if you are not certain. Protected Blu-ray folders can be loaded to the ripper in the same way.
Step 3. Set output formats as Google Android MPEG-4 formats
Click “Output Format” dropdown menu, select “Google Android MPEG-4”.
Tips: You can also customize the output settings, like resolution, bitrate, codec, framerate as well as subtitles and audio tracks for output videos.
Step 4. Start ripping Blu-ray movies to Google Android MP4.
After all essential settings, click “Convert” to start ripping BD movies to Google Android MPEG-4 format quickly.