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Mac Blu-ray Videos to Motorola Droid X Converter with Forced Subtitles

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Mac Blu-ray Videos to Droid X Converter with Forced Subtitles
Most of Apple computer are built-in with DVD Rom, but there is no Blu-ray Rom. To play Blu-ray movies, we need an external Blu-ray Rom to be connected with iMac or MacBook Pro. Motorola Droid X does not support Blu-ray Rom either. What will you do when you want to watch Blu-ray movies like Up, Avatar, District 9, Alice in Wonderland, Transformers on your new Motorola Droid X?

The easiest way is to rip Blu-ray disc to Motorola Droid X compatible video formats like MP4, 3GP. Aunsoft Blu-ray Ripper for Mac is so far the best solution I would recommend to you as a Mac Blu-ray to Droid X Converter on Tiger, Leopard and Snow Leopard. The Mac BD to Droid X converter does not only convert BD to MP4, but also includes the function to hard-burn subtitles to video.
Here is the step-by-step guide for you to transfer favorite Blu-ray movies from Mac OS X to Verizon Droid X.
Step 1. Load Blu-ray movie to Aunsoft Blu-ray Ripper for Mac.
Insert Blu-ray disc to Blu-ray Rom, which is connected to Apple computer. Run Aunsoft Blu-ray Ripper for Mac as the fast Mac Blu-ray to Droi

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