Is it possible to copy/rip DVDs to Samsung Galaxy S5 that has new Eye Scanner technology and curved screen with HandBrake? Find the answer in the DVD to Galaxy S5 HandBrake tutorial here.
According to 2014 Mobile World Congress, Samsung unveiled release Galaxy S5 (following Galaxy S4) as the new flagship smartphone with 5.1" FHD Super AMOLED (1920 x 1080), 432 ppi display, and 142.0 x 72.5 x 8.1mm, 145g of dimension running Android 4.4.2 (Kitkat). And in 2015, Galaxy S6 comes out with 5.1-in display (1440 x 2560 pixels and 577 ppi).
But it is also a shame Galaxy S5 comes here without the rumored astonishing Eye Scanner (IRIS scanning) technology, and curved display similar to existing Galaxy Round, etc which none of Apple iPhones or other handsets does not have.
Will the freeware HandBrake supports ripping DVDs to Samsung new Galaxy S5, Galaxy Round, Note 3, Note 10.1 (2014 edition)? This answercan be found in the following text.
HandBrake is a free DVD and video decoding program app that is preset with "Android Mid" and "Android High" in the version lower than 0.9.9 and "Android" and "Android Tablet" profiles in HandBrake 0.9.9. Now, the up-to-date HandBrake 0.10.0 has been released. However, when trying to decrypting DVD to Samsung Galaxy S5/S6, users have to exert themselves to the utmost to make some adjustment on settings.
With ready-made Samsung Galaxy S series presets, WinX DVD Ripper Platinum should be reckoned among the best alternatives to HandBrake in ripping DVD for Samsung Galaxy S5's 5.1 inch display. This Samsung Galaxy S5 DVD Ripper is powerful and standalone in DVD region code/copy protection removing, fast in DVD conversion speed and great in the support for all mainstream video formats and devices in the output category. You can also convert DVD to Galaxy S5 video using WinX DVD Ripper for Mac. In support of all new movies, the Windows/Mac DVD ripper can help you watch movies Thor 2: The Dark World, Gravity, The Wolf of Wall Street, The Hobbit 3: The Battle of the Five Armies, Superman: Man Of Steel, etc on Galaxy S5 without downloading.
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To play DVD movies on the new Samsung mobile phone, you may need to download and install the DVD to Galaxy S5 ripping software tool first. With no effort, you can have a digital file of the source DVD on your hard drive of Mac or PC, and transfer/sync the video to your Samsung gadget. The following guide is for your reference:
Step 1: Double click the icon to launch WinX DVD Ripper Platinum or WinX DVD Ripper for Mac. Insert the DVD to DVD-ROM, and tab DVD Disc button to load the video content. Much superior to many other DVD backup utilities, this one also support DVD ISO image and VIDEO_TS folder as the source file.
Step 2: Android Mobile -> to Samsung Mobile Video -> Samsung Galaxy S3/ S4/S5
You can choose to output it in a format of AVI, MPEG4 or H.264 for playing on Galaxy S3/S4/S5.
Step 3: Change the destination folder to save the output DVD file if you want. This DVD to Galaxy ripper enables you to merge several titles or edit the video/image for playing DVD on Samsung Galaxy S.
Step 4: Hit Run button to start copying any DVD to your Galaxy S5 or new Galaxy S6 on Mac/PC.
Disclaimer: Digiarty Software does not advocate ripping copy-protected DVDs for any commercial purpose and suggests referring to the DVD copyright laws in your countries before doing so.
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