Rip Blu-ray to Xoom via Foxreal Blu-ray Ripper ( on Mac )
The guide is from: Foxreal Motorola Xoom Column
A lot of users know about Motorola Xoom with the feature of playing 1080p HD movies and videos from the ads or specification floating around, but they don't know about Tegra 2 limitation. Actually the Xoom video player is not that good in the 1080p HD playback because of its baseline/high profile encoding limitation. And the Xoom tablet can only support up to 32 GB internal storage now.
If you want to put and play your favorite Blu-ray movies on the 10.1-inch Android tablet, the first thing you need to do is to convert the Blu-ray files to Xoom compatible formats with the most appropriate file size by using Foxreal Blu-ray Ripper (for Mac).
Foxreal Blu-ray Ripper is mainly designed to help you backup Blu-ray/DVD discs on your hard drive, make it possible to rip Blu-ray/DVD disc movies to your desired HD or SD media formats, and edit Blu-ray or DVD files for your reference. What’s more, based on the latest NVIDIA CUDA technology and its advanced video and audio sync technology, the professional Blu-ray ripping software makes it possible to get the ripped BD/DVD files at highest speed possible without audio out of video problems.
Part One, how to convert Blu-ray to Xoom supported video format H.264 MP4 and then transfer them to Xoom for full screen playback.
Step 1, Install and run Foxreal Blu-ray Ripper (Click here to free download)
Step 2, Load Blu-ray Disc to Foxreal Blu-ray Ripper, the Blu-ray Ripper also can load DVD disc, BD/DVD ISO files and IFO files.
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Step 3, Click "Profile" to Choose the best video format for Xoom. Foxreal Blu-ray Ripper has provided the Xoom profiles.<br>
Last, Click "Convert" button, then start rip Blu-ray to your Xoom compatible format.
Part Two, how to transfer convert blu-ray movies to Xoom.
For Windows XP/Vista Users
If you are using Windows XP/Vista, just follow the steps to transfer video or movie files between Motorola Xoom and computer.
Step 1: Plug the USB cable into your Motorola Xoom and then plug the USB cable into the PC.
Step 2: The first time the device is connected to the computer the PC will load up the drivers.
a) If you receive any dialog boxes to install drivers, click "Yes" to continue.
b) If your device is not being recognized, you may need to update the drivers on your PC.
You can download the USB Driver for Windows here.
Step 3: Once the drivers have been loaded. The PC will recognize the Motorola Xoom device as a portable media player. You can cick on the My Computer icon and then click on the Motorola Xoom portable media player.
Step 4: The device storage hard drive will display. Just double-click on the Device Storage hard drive to view the video/movie files and folders stored on the device.
Step 5: Copy files and folders (including videos, movies, music) between your Motorola Xoom tablet and Motorola Xoom tablet.
For Windows 7 Users
If you are using Windows 7, just follow the steps to transfer video/movie files between Motorola Xoom and computer.
Step 1: Plug the USB cable into the Motorola Xoom Tablet and then into the PC.
Step 2: When you plug in the tablet for the first time, the PC will ask to install drivers, click "OK" to continue. Once the drivers are installed, the device will show up as a Motorola XOOM Media Player. The Autoplay feature in Windows 7 will present the Motorola XOOM device with options. (If your device is not being recognized, you may need to update your drivers on your PC. Just download the USB Driver for Windows here .
Step 3: Click on the Open Device to View Files as depicted below.
Step 4: Click on the Device Storage drive to display the folders of the Motorola XOOM hard drive.
Step 5: Click on video/movie files and Drag & Drop them to the Motorola XOOM and PC.
For Mac Users
If you are using Mac running Mac OS X 10.5 or later, just follow the steps to transfer video/movie files between Motorola Xoom and computer.
Step 1: You will need to download and install the Mac File Transfer tool at:
Step 2: From the applications folder click on the Android File Transfer application.
Step 3: Ensure your Motorola XOOM device is powered up and connect it to the USB cable and then connect to the Mac PC. The Android File Transfer tool will recognize the Motorola XOOM is connected and it will pop up the file folder.
Step 4: You can now drag and drop video/movie files to and from the Motorola XOOM to your Mac.
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