How to make DVDRIP files readable by PS3 & DVD players...

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*Help*
I am really new to all of this & have been doing a lot of reading. I think I’m more confused now than before.

What I would like to do is download my movies onto an external hard drive & then be able to plug it into my PS3 to watch. What is happening is, I get the movies, I can watch them on the PC ~ when I try to move them from their location ~ to my external drive, they become unreadable.
(I have been using Vuse)
Is what I’m attempting possible?

What is the best, simplest way to download movies & watch them on your PS3 or DVD player...?

Thanks for any & all help!
~ Di reply

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07-04-2010 11:25 AM
Dianna

HI,
It is because your PS3 or DVD player does not supported the video format, you can converter the video format to the format that can be supported by you PSP or DVD player.
you can use the brorsoft video converter, it can convert almost all video formats from one to another including Flash Video/ YouTube video (*.flv, *.f4v), HD Video (*.tod, *.mod, *.m2t, *.m2ts, *.ts, *.tp, *.evo, *.mkv, *.dv ), General Video (AVI, MPEG, WAV, etc).
if you want to learn more,just google it (brorsoft video converter)
I hope my answer can help you reply

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07-09-2010 05:22 AM
sophiamake

Dianna wrote:
*Help*
I am really new to all of this & have been doing a lot of reading. I think I’m more confused now than before.

What I would like to do is download my movies onto an external hard drive & then be able to plug it into my PS3 to watch. What is happening is, I get the movies, I can watch them on the PC ~ when I try to move them from their location ~ to my external drive, they become unreadable.
(I have been using Vuse)
Is what I’m attempting possible?

What is the best, simplest way to download movies & watch them on your PS3 or DVD player...?

Thanks for any & all help!
~ Di

What’s the format of your downloaded movies? when you move them to your PS3 or DVD player, you must be sure that the format is supported by your portable devices. reply

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07-13-2010 02:20 AM
SmoothLake
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Dianna wrote:
*Help*
I am really new to all of this & have been doing a lot of reading. I think I’m more confused now than before.

What I would like to do is download my movies onto an external hard drive & then be able to plug it into my PS3 to watch. What is happening is, I get the movies, I can watch them on the PC ~ when I try to move them from their location ~ to my external drive, they become unreadable.
(I have been using Vuse)
Is what I’m attempting possible?

What is the best, simplest way to download movies & watch them on your PS3 or DVD player...?

Thanks for any & all help!
~ Di

Hi~ According to your description, I think you just need a dvd ripping software

Here is some info. about the dvd ripper:

The TouchUp DVD Ripper Ultimate is professional DVD ripping software when you need to make a DVD rip quickly, at high quality and with a range of extra customizations features, The better DVD converter program.

Whether you to rip, convert, transfer or copy a DVD to AVI, MP4, WMV, XVid, DivX, MPEG-4/2/1, FLV, M4V, RM, 3GP, MKV, ASF, MPG, MOV, VOB and H.264 / AVC Format or extract audio to MP3, WMA, M4A, WAV, AAC, RA, AC3, and OGG on your computer, cell phone, media player or gaming console, the TouchUp DVD Ripper will provide you with the necessary tools for an enjoyable converting experience.

It can not only descrypt, convert DVD Movies but also Clip, merge, split, crop, attach subtitle, watermark, visual special effects. reply

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07-15-2010 12:37 AM
dvd ripper
7 posts

Hello u all, forgive me if i’m here with this quseiton for for helpWHY making+burning a dvd-record quseitons me for a larger-than-dvd5 empty disc, when the files to be written are NO more than 4gb, and when i click -burn- it ejects the emty disc beacause the files weigh about 24 GB ( says)(sorry for my english) reply

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07-23-2012 12:33 PM
Miroslav

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