|Jun 24, 2009, 08:18 PM||#1|
Blu Ray (Files) on Mac Mini
I'd like to purchase a mac mini and use it as an HTPC. In order to do so, I'd like to rip my blu ray collection to something compatable with the mac mini.
Currently I have the following software:
Blu Ray Drive
Toast - On my MBP
I'd like to rip the blu ray so that the video quality is the same, I'm not as worried about audio and I don't have much of a surround sound.
IF I can get some help with this and figure it out I'll finally be able to move forward with my HTPC system.
If anyone can layout some steps or point me in the right direction I'd appreicate it. I've read through the "Blu Ray to Apple TV Thread", but I"m looking to use a mac mini and 1080P.
Thanks in advance
|Jun 25, 2009, 09:26 AM||#3|
2012 Mac Mini; i5 Quad Core ITX Hackintosh with Blu-ray playback HTPC; 1 TB eSATA Apple TV; 3.8 gHz i7 Quad Core Hackintosh, 2GB HD5870; MacBook Pro i7; MacBook Air; iPhone 4s; 1st Mac=Centris 610
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