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Upload Blu-ray Movie to Vimeo

Vimeo came out in 2004, debuting as a video-sharing website. Compared to others, the Vimeo streaming service boasts the most original content, with budding videographers and filmmakers showcasing their work. And Vimeo is simple to use on most devices and easy to navigate thanks to its clean interface. However, when you are trying to upload Blu-ray to Vimeo, you may get into trouble since the format incompatible issue (Vimeo does not support Blu-ray video format).

How to Share Blu-ray Movies to Vimeo?

In fact, Vimeo provides you a way to upload Blu-ray clips to Vimeo, just convert Blu-ray to other format like FLV, MP4, WebM, etc. which is compatible with Vimeo. Wish to smoothly upload and share Blu-ray video via Vimeo, the following part offers a detailed illustration of Vimeo video upload limitation:

Video formats: MP4, FLV, AVI, WMV , MOV, MPEGPS WebM and MPEG4

Codec: H.264 Main Profile mp4 video for SD video, H.264 High Profile MP4 video for HD video or UHD video uploading

Audio Codec: AAC-LC(Advanced Audio Codec) 

Now, the Pavtube BDMagic comes to help you, which is a professional video converter and powerful video editor, which can help you convert, edit and upload Blu-ray video to Vimeo easily.

Note: Mac user can turn to Pavtube BDMagic for Mac for downloading. The program has updated to support the newest macOS High Sierra.

Highlights on Pavtube BDMagic:

* It can convert Blu-ray disc, Blu-ray folder, Blu-ray ISO etc to Vimeo most compatible H.264 MP4 format.

* It can cut off unwanted Blu-ray video parts and just preserve segment out of a complete Blu-ray movie for you to shorten the length of movie and lower Blu-ray movie size.

* You are allowed to set video parameters to lower your Blu-ray movie clips size.

* It can convert DVD disc, DVD folder, DVD Video_TS, DVD ISO etc to Vimeo.

* Fully optimized for the NVIDIA CUDA technology and AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing (APP), Pavtube BDMagic can largely accelerate video encoding speed to save your time when converting/editing video files by using H.264 & H.265 codec.

Step by Step Guide to Convert and Upload Blu-ray to Vimeo

Step 1: Load Blu-ray Movie

Insert your Blu-ray disc into an external Blu-ray drive, run the program on your computer, on the main interface click "File" > "Load from disc" to import the Blu-ray disc to the program. 

Step 2: Set output format for Vimeo

Click "Format" bar, from its drop-down options, choose Vimeo best compatible uploading format from "Common Video" >"H.264 Baseline Profile Video(*.mp4)" or "H.264 High Profile Video(*.mp4)".


Set the best video and audio parameters for Vimeo (Optional)

Click “Settings” button and in “Profile Settings” screen, set the video and audio parameters like size, bitrate, frame rate, and sample rate to the best for uploading on Vimeo.

Edit Blu-ray before uploading (Optional)

Since Vimeo has limitations about the uploading video size and length, please pay attention to the video size when ripping Blu-ray movies for Vimeo. Here we should highlight the trim function on this software. Just click “Edit” to trim the Blu-ray videos to get the very part you want. Besides trimming, cropping, adding watermark, adjusting special effect, are well supported as well.

Step 3: Start ripping Blu-ray to Vimeo

After the above steps, go back to the main interface and click the “Convert” button to begin converting/compressing Blu-ray movies to Vimeo highly compatible MP4 video files. When the conversion is done, click “Open” button to locate the ripped videos and upload them to Vimeo with ease!

1. Visit Vimeo.com and sign into your Vimeo account. Click the “Upload a video” button at top left.

2. Click the “Choose a video to upload” button and navigate to and select the SD or HD videos or movie clips you want to upload. And then click “Open.”

3. The file(s) you open will show under “Files” option. Click “upload selected videos.”

4. Now your video files will start uploading. Once the uploading is done, enter a title, description, tags, etc. and then click Save. Now your videos have been uploaded to Vimeo.

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