Is there any way to watch Blu-ray on iPad?

sunnyli

I have several Blu-ray discs. I can watch them on my PC, while can I possibly stream the Blu-ray to my iPad? Or any other method to achieve this?

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emma.show2012
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From my experience, I suggest two ways. One way is to use the "AirX" technology. I used iDeer Blu-ray Player, which can transfer the Blu-ray from PC/Mac to portable devices like iPad and iPhone. Another way is that you can rip the Blu-ray discs to the hard drive in a format compatible to iPad. Magic Blu-ray Ripper is strong in this part and its operation is very simple.

jimlynch
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While you can probably do it, is it worth the bother? You can probably just rent or buy the same content in iTunes and then easily watch it on your iPad. I'd check the prices of the content on your disc in iTunes, and see if it's easier and cheaper to just download them from iTunes.

sukilee901
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ripping your blu-ray and convert to a iPad compatible formats

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