Clone Iron Man 3 To Home Big Screen With Main Movie, All Subtitle Tracks, Menu, Trailer

I have been expecting Iron Man 3 Blu Ray disc to release on Amazon. I can not wait to pre order this marvelous movie. My husband and my kids all like it, especially the kids. 🙂

Why Give Iron Man 3 So High Score?

1. A worthy addition to the vaunted Marvel franchise!
2. Satisfying combination of humor, action and dazzling set pieces.
3. Give you a question mark: does the man make the suit or does the suit make the man?
4. Innovative, hilarious, and crafted in the same vein of the first film.

iron man 3 full copy

Generally our families will watch the film in the cinema. Then we will collect Iron Man 3 in form of Blu Ray disc or DVD (We bought DVD discs before Blu Ray discs are released). Some classic movies are all lying on my home-made Movie Theatre including Iron Man 3.

Full Copy Iron Man 3 To Hard Dive

To protect these blu ray or DVD discs, you know, seeing the film again and again will make them looking not that new compared with newly-bought, luckily, I use Pavtube Blu-ray Ripper, now known-well software.

It helps me clone and copy all things included in Iron Man 3 blu ray disc to my hard drive, namely HDD including Main Movie, All Subtitle Tracks, Menu, Trailer, audio tracks. When I need to watch them, I stream M2TS video files to big screen though VLC player over DLNA.

Good tools. See its interface:


PS: Pre-Order Iron Man 3 Here

Sharon Li

A fan for video streaming. :-)

3 thoughts on “Clone Iron Man 3 To Home Big Screen With Main Movie, All Subtitle Tracks, Menu, Trailer

  • May 6, 2015 at 12:22 pm

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    You should show your content to wider audience.

    • June 26, 2015 at 10:14 am

      Hello, I’m sorry, I don’t even have any .dpg movie format ever, but I hope this would help you. Have you tried a Total Video Converter? you can secarh for it on google, and if it doesn’t work, you can use WinFF. TVC is more convenient than WinFF, it’s so easy to use and has a user-friendly interface, but sometimes it can’t convert some movies. In that case, use WinFF, it’s also easy to use but not as cool as TVC and if those both still don’t work, maybe you can figure out your way with Video Convert Master.I hope this would help. And yeah, don’t forget to see my question, I also have an important matter that still needs help. Maybe you can resolve my question.Regards, Jalovitrue.


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