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Blu-ray to GDrive - How to Rip and Upload Blu-ray to Google Drive for Viewing Anywhere


What exactly is Google Drive? It's an online and offline storage system with word processing power. You get both the online word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation tools and the convenience of a virtual folder on your computers that you can simply drag and drop files to sync between laptops, tablets, and mobile phones.

If you're looking for a way to upload Blu-ray to Google Drive for viewing anywhere on any device, read on to find the best solution.

For whatever reason that you want to know how to upload Blu-ray to Google Drive, mine is that I can store those files on a server and stream them anytime, from anywhere. Although Google Drive can support a wide range of formats, due to the reason of lacking Blu-ray drive, GDrive can not meet the demands of put Blu-ray discs online.

In this case, you will need to convert Blu-ray to Google Drive compatible MP4, MOV, AVI, WMV, FLV file formats. Before performing the Blu-ray to Google Drive conversion process. Another important issue you should not ignore is that the maximum size for files uploaded to Google Drive is 5GB. Therefore, pay attention to the file size of your converted Blu-ray movies before your uploading. After that, you can start to convert/rip Blu-ray to Google Drive with our highly recommended program Brorsoft Blu-ray Ripper.

In addition, this Blu-ray Ripping software can also rip Blu-ray to optimized videos for playback on iPad, iPod, iPhone, Xbox 360, PS3, Galaxy Tab, Nook HD, Kindle Fire HD and more. What's more, with its distinctive disc copy feature, you can not only copy the full BD disc, but also the main BD movies without any extras. If you are a Mac user, please turn to Blu-ray Ripper for Mac to convert and upload Blu-ray to Google Drive on Mac (including El Capitan and macOS Sierra). Now download the right version of the program and follow the guide below.

(Note: Click here for OS X 10.5)

How to Compress Blu-ray for Uploading to Google Drive

Step 1: Import Blu-ray movies to the best Blu-ray Ripper
Load your disc to the Blu-ray drive room, and launch the Blu-ray Ripper; click the disc button to import your Blu-ray movies to the program.

Click the main file of your Blu-ray to select the subtitles for Blu-ray movies in the "Subtitles" option.

Step 2. Specify output format

Click the drop down box of "Format", through which it is possible to select Google Drive highly compatible format like MP4, MOV from "Common Video" profile list. For those who wanna upload Blu-ray files to Google Drive and share on tablet or phones, you can choose a certain preset like iPad as target format.

Tip: If you need, you can also click "Settings" to modify parameters of your output profile to meet your professional needs: bit rate, frame rate, aspect ratio, etc.

Step 3. Edit Blu-ray movies (Optional)

You can even use its provided Edit feature to edit your output video by cropping, adding watermarks, trimming and more.

Step 4. Start ripping Blu-ray to Google Drive

When all these settings are ready, you can click the "Convert" button to begin the Blu-ray to Google Drive conversion. When the ripping is done, you can click on "Open" button to locate the ripped videos.

Upload the ripped Blu-ray files and folders to Google Drive

On your iPhone or iPad, open the Google Drive app.

Tap Add "+".
Tap Upload.
Find and tap the files you want to upload.
To upload photos or videos, tap the photos and videos you want and tap Upload.
You'll see a status bar at the bottom of your screen. To view your file, tap Locate.

On your Android phone or tablet, open the Google Drive app.

Tap Add "+".
Tap Upload.
Find and tap the files you want to upload.
View uploaded files in My Drive until you move them.

Google Drive Alternatives

Google Drive isn't the only virtual storage app out there. Dropbox, Micrsoft SkyDrive, SugarSync, and other services offer very similar features.

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