Leawo Blu-ray Ripper provides an all-round solution for you to convert Blu-ray movie to AVI, MKV, MP4, RMVB, etc. formats for playback on various portable player devices such as iPod, PSP, Zune, Archos and iRiver. The program has unique and powerful capability to decrypt the latest Blu-ray movie flawlessly. It provides a number of profiles for straight-forward use and a set of video edit functions for customization needs. For more information, please visit the product page.
To start with this Blu-ray to iPhone guide, it is recommended that you install the latest copy of Leawo Blu-Ray Ripper. If you don't have the program right now, click here to download.
Import Blu-ray source
Open Leawo Blu-ray Ripper, click "Add" to import Blu-ray movie from disc. The imported Blu-ray video information will be presented on the standby list, and you can rename the output files in the file list. Choose the segments you would like to convert. Should you be uncertain about the selection, please double click on a selected file to preview it.
Edit the output settings
Slide your mouse down to the Profile bar, click to pick an output format. As you would like to enjoy the movies on iPhone, just point to iPhone and select one profile from the list. MPEG profile is recommended for faster conversion rate and H.264 profile for better video quality.
Start Blu-ray to iPhone conversion
Check the chapter list and make sure you have done the selection, then click Convert button on the bottom right to start converting Blu-ray videos to the selected format. After you start the conversion, you can see the progress of conversion or set auto shutdown from the window.
When the Blu-ray to iPhone conversion is finished, you are free to put the converted videos to your iPhone for playback.
The iPhone is an integrated cellular telephone and media player developed and marketed by Apple. The device combines the main functions of several popular electronic gadgets in a single device, with a shared interface and integration between them. The iPhone includes music and video player, digital camera, PDA, and an Internet communications suite. Although the iPhone runs Apple's OS-X operating system, the device is not expected to run all OS-X compatible software.