Questions about trial Blu Ray Ripper for Mac

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#1

I have been trying to try out the trial version for Aiseesoft Blu Ray ripper for Mac. I have not been able to figure out two things:

  1. What is the correct file format to use for making a Blu Ray copy to play in a panasonic blu ray player connected to my HD tv?

  2. I ripped a blu ray disk to my hard drive, but cannot find any directions on how to copy the files to a blank disc.

Your help would be most appreciated!


#2

[QUOTE=SueE;2717971]I have been trying to try out the trial version for Aiseesoft Blu Ray ripper for Mac. I have not been able to figure out two things:

  1. What is the correct file format to use for making a Blu Ray copy to play in a panasonic blu ray player connected to my HD tv?

  2. I ripped a blu ray disk to my hard drive, but cannot find any directions on how to copy the files to a blank disc.

Your help would be most appreciated![/QUOTE]
I didnt think they even made Bluray products for all I know. Let me check on this.
EDIT I was wrong. They do make one and they have a new website
http://www.aiseesoft.com/product-blu-ray-w.html

It’s probably a matter of preparing the video as a Video DVD. Mac will happily play video files in a variety of formats, whether they’re stored on the hard drive, (data) DVD or some other storage device. It will also play Video DVDs, which have a very specific format and structure. Your Bluray player will only play such DVDs, and not video files written onto data DVDs. Have a look at https://discussions.apple.com/docs/DOC-3711 to get an idea of how to go about creating such a DVD.

                 The files produced by the program should be in a format that is able to be burned to disc and read on a mac.