Eric has a collection of Blu-ray DVDs that he'd like to rip to his computer. Leo says that Slysoft makes software that can rip the Blu-ray. Handbrake and VLC together can also do it and then put it in any format he wants, especially for running on Windows Media player.
But remember, technically, ripping your own DVDs is illegal according to the Digital Millenium Copyright Act. Leo says that if it's for his own use to rip for convenience on his own devices, it's acceptable. That's called Fair Use. He just shouldn't share it with others.