Pavtube Blu-ray Ripper for Mac can directly help people to rip and backup DVD and Blu-ray DVD, including the special protected one, to MP4, 3GP, MOV, AVI, WMV, WAV, MP3 with the topping output quality and fast speed. It has powerful edit functions including trimming & cropping videos, adjusting the effect and volume, adding watermark, merging multiple videos and batch conversion.
As a part of iLife '11, iMovie '11 makes it easy to turn your home videos into your all-time favorite films. You can make movie trailers, easily edit audio, add effects, and share your new movie on FaceBook, YouTube, and more.
However, people are still frustrated that it doesn't support to encode Blu-ray disc. It sounds a great trivial for Mac users to import/edit Blu-ray movies with iMovie '11.
Blu-ray to iMovie '11 will be Mac users beneficial tools to edit Blu-ray movies with iMovie '11. Just convert your Blu-ray movies to iMovie '11 editable MP4, MOV, DV, HDV formats, then you will be able to import your Blu-ray movies to iMovie '11 to experience the amazing news editing features of iMovie '11.
1.Get installed Mac Blu-ray Ripper, launch it on your Mac.
2.Load Blu-ray disc movies.
Plug in your Blu-ray movie disc into Mac Blu-ray drive and then click "BD/DVD Foler" to load the Blu-ray movie files.
3.Select output format and path.
Hit "Format" drop-down list to define iMovie compatible "H.264 HD Video(.mov)" as the output format, then click "Browse" button to export your converted files to a specified folder.
4.Convert Blu-ray to iMovie.
Hit "Convert" button to rip Blu-ray M2TS to iMovie importable MP4, MOV, DV and HDV formats.
5.Import Blu-ray to iMovie '11.