Meaning of BDRip

What is BDRip?

BDRip is the abbreviation for ” Blu-ray Disc Rip” and is the process of extracting and encoding a video or movie that is on a Blu-Ray disc. Files of this type are fairly common and increasingly popular, with many being made available as form of piracy.

BDRIP-Blu-ray Disc Rip

A movie that is BDRip means that it has been ripped from a Blu-Ray disc, and therefore has high audio and video quality, and is far superior to DVDRip. Many of these movies are in AVI and MKV format, so they can be played on DVD players that are not compatible with Blu-Ray. These files can be very large and can be 720p (1280 x 720 resolution), 1080p or 1080i (1920 x 1080 resolution). Typically files of this size do not fit on single-layer DVDs.


BDRip and BRRip have more quality than a file of the same size as DVDRip, because their encoding has better source material (Blu-Ray disc). Many downloaders think BDRip and BRRip are the same thing. The difference is that BDRip comes directly from Blu-ray, while BRRip is encoded from a previous source, usually a BDRip 1080 from another group. BDRips typically have 700MB and 1.4GB sizes and are encoded in Xvid. However, they can reach sizes larger than 4.5 GB, depending on the length of the video and the resolution (for 1080p videos).