The Pixel Slate is Google’s first tablet in some years, running Chrome OS instead of Android. It’s not the very first Chrome OS tablet, but it’s the first one from Google. The good news is that the hardware is excellent. It’s not as gobsmackingly advanced as the iPad Pro, but it’s solid. It has a 12.3-inch, 3000 x 2000 pixel touchscreen surrounded by bezels that aren’t overwhelmingly large. But for Blu-ray collectors who want to play Blu-ray on Google Pixel Slate for watching favorite movies on it’s splendid screen, it lacks a directly solution for Google Pixel Slate is equipped with no Blu-ray drive. So the way to rip Blu-ray to Google Pixel Slate supported MP4, MOV and WMV can be a pretty good solution.
Want to rip/convert/decrypt protected Blu-ray to Google Pixel Slate? As we know, new copy protection technology is widely used in Blu-rays released by Hollywood, Disney, Paramount, Warner Home Video, etc. Many new Blu-rays are well protected with the latest copy protection, which makes it difficult to copy and rip Blu-ray to hard disk as common videos. To solve this problem, Acrok Blu-ray Ripper enhances the ability of decrypting Blu-ray to Google Pixel Slate via removing CSS, region code (RPC), AACS, analogue copy protection (Macrovision) from Blu-rays. It sounds difficult but the only thing you do is to load Blu-ray discs and the program automatically decrypts the disc. Blu-ray disc encoded with copy-protected audio, such as TrueHD, DTS-HD and Eac3 are also supported.
Want to convert Blu-ray to Google Pixel Slate with forced subtitle? It is also possible! Forced subtitles are common on Blu-ray to provide a better visual experience to display the characters when a foreign or alien language is spoken, a sign, flag or other text in the scene is in different language. The best Blu-ray Ripper help you get movies with forced subtitles so that you can enjoy the movie without unnecessary characters on screen. Below is a simple step-by-step tutorial to convert Blu-ray to Google Pixel Slate with H.264 Codec. For Mac user, you can turn to Mac Blu-ray Ripper.
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Step 1. Load Blu-ray movies
Load your disc to your Blu-ray drive. Click “Load Disc”. You can also drag & drop directly. “copy the entire disc” is for 1:1 digital copy.
If the disc includes forced subtitles and you just find one option per language, the forced subtitle is together with the general subtitle. If you find two options for the same language, the second option will be generally the forced subtitle.
Step 2. Choose output format.
Click “Format” drop-down list to locate all the profile; choose “Common Video -> H.264 Video (*.mp4)”. This option offers video profile optimized for Google Pixel Slate. You can also directly enter “Google” in the search bar, even faster.
Step 3: Conversion.
Click “Convert” icon that the Google Pixel Slate Blu-ray Ripper will convert Blu-ray to H.264 MP4 at fast speed. With just a click on “Open”, you can locate the export MP4 quickly. Transfer the converted movies to Google Pixel Slate via USB cable. That’s all.
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