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Rip Blu-ray/DVD to Synology NAS view through Smart TVs|Best Ripper 2017

Blu-ray, DLNA Streaming, NAS, Samsung TV, Seagate Wireless Plus, Synology NAS, Xbox One S
A quick tip on how to convert Blu-ray or DVD videos to NAS for storing, so that you can play DVD, Blu-ray Disc on HDTV, PS3 and more gadgets from a NAS drive easily. "I wanna to rip my Blu-ray or DVD Discs to MKV or MP4 format, so that these output mkv/mp4 movies can bee stored on a Synology NAS and accessed through a Samsung 700 Smart TV using DS Video app by Synology. i want to get the best ripper, any ideas?" To be sure, most of you know how to rip Blu-rays, and have been doing so just fine. The problem you face is how to rip Blu-ray to a NAS proper format with best settings for NAS streaming while maintaining the highest quality possible. As far as we know, MP4, MKV are commonly supported formats for computer, Apple TV, iOS devices, Roku player, etc via streaming videos from NAS....

Converting Blu-ray ISO to MP4/MKV for NAS DLNA streaming

Blu-ray, Blu-ray to Videos, DLNA Streaming, MKV, NAS
Chances are you have stored a bunch of .ISO image of Blu-ray in your computer or server, ever thought of streaming those ISO image files via DLNA to iOS, WD TV, PS3/PS4, etc? Here is a simple guide teaches you how to convert Blu-ray ISO to NAS MKV, MP4 format with the best quality for DLNA streaming. Blu-ray ISO file, or Blu-ray ISO image file, is an image file of a physical Blu-ray disc. It contains all the contents of a Blu-ray disc and can be used to replicate Blu-ray Disc for a backup or further creation to discs. However, it is not a file format that Windows or Mac can open natively, and ISO is not supported by NAS device. As far as we know, MP4, MKV are commonly supported formats for computer, Apple TV, iOS devices, Roku player, etc via streaming videos from NAS. Thus , to pla...
How to Backup Your Blu-ray Disc to NAS Devices

How to Backup Your Blu-ray Disc to NAS Devices

Blu-ray, Blu-ray to Videos, NAS
In this article, we will show you what is NAS, what can you do with a NAS devices, and give you the simple tutorial to rip and backup all of your Blu-ray discs to NAS devices. NAS stands for Network Attached Storage. Most manufacturers of network devices—routers, hard drives, as well as some home theater manufacturers, offer a NAS unit. NAS devicess are also sometimes referred to as Personal, or Local, Cloud Storage devices. Typically, a NAS device will have at least a 1 or 2 TB hard drive to store the files, if a NAS unit is incorporated into your home network you can save Blu-ray movies to it, just like manage files on a typical hard drive. Tip!: 1 TB drive can store up to 100 Blu-ray movies, if you rip the Blu-ray to common HD format, such as H.264 *.mp4 HD video. W