OK, to clarify some points that you brought up...
1. When I say "my blu ray movies" I means one that I bought -- not ones that I've created (I would obviously use the source content and would already have a blu ray burner if that were the case)
2. BD may be copy protected, but I thought that I am able to make a copy of whatever I bought for myself under "Fair Use" laws? I'm not trying to profit from it, just want to make it easier to access. Is that illegal? If it is then I guess I'll have to forget about trying to do this, but if not, I would like to see how this can be done.
3. Yes, some BDs do have digital copies, but truthfully very few of them do. The ones that do, I am able to use (though they are just barely better than DVD-quality).
4. I wasn't sure if it was possible to connect my PS3 to my mac directly and access the drive that way. If that isn't possible, than obviously a BD reader would be needed.
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