Store Blu-ray to NAS using DLNA Connected Devices/Tablets
Summary: This article mainly shows you how to backup and encode Blu-rays to NAS for sharing/streaming to your DLNA compatible devices to avoid being destroyed.
Moving your Blu-ray movie collection to DLNA certified NAS can make you view your favorite movies on TV, iPad and other DLNA-enabled device via DLNA certified NAS freely. DLNA brings us more convenience for movie enjoyment. If you are looking to get rid of all of the physical copies of your Blu-rays and want to start ripping them to NAS for viewing, streaming Blu-ray movies over DLNA, you are in the right place. Hold on reading...
A Commen situation from Pavtube Users:
“I found Pavtube a while ago through an internet search and Been using it for a while. I have been using BDMagic to backup my movies and to make them available as an MP4 so that I can access them through DLNA from NAS. I choose the output format as MP4, (mostly DLNA connected devices but used on Tablets as well.. you can choose others as you like. I also have your Media Converter software. ”
Based on the reviews provided by Pavtube customer and Google search, the problem you face is how to rip Blu-ray to a NAS proper format with best settings for DLNA devices streaming while maintaining the highest quality possible. As far as we know, MP4, MKV are commonly supported formats for DLNA devices as: computer, Apple TV, iOS devices, Roku player, etc via streaming videos from NAS.
Thus, what you need is a professional Blu-ray ripping tool that supports converting Blu-ray to MP4/MKV for NAS and DLNA streaming with the best quality. Actually, you will find so many tools including the free and powerful Handbrake
, here is a powerful converting tool with reasonable price- Pavtube BDMagic
. With it, you can fast rip and convert any latest Blu-ray/DVD discs to NAS video format for DLNA devices/tablets in super fast conversion speed and excellent image and sound quality. Read thereview
What’s more, with this Blu-ray ripping tool, you can easily backup your Blu-ray with whole content copy or backup main movie only. For Mac El Capitan users, you can getBDMagic for Mac
. Now you’re ready to migrate your Blu-ray movies into the all-digital future for transferring to NAS for portable devices or DLNA devices.
Our ultimate Blu-ray to NAS for DLNA copying guide shows you how to use:
– Pavtube old official address: http://www.pavtube.cn/blu-ray-ripper/
– Cnet Download: http://download.cnet.com/Pavtube-BDMagic/3000-7970_4-75922877.html
Note:In addition to Blu-ray, you can also rip DVD
and convert MKV
for streaming via DLNA.
Step 1: Insert your Blu-ray disc into your BD drive, run the Blu-ray Ripper and click "BD/DVD disc" icon to load movies.
Note: It is impossible to use Blu-ray ISO over DLNA from NAS as the BD navigation need to do random access of the various files in the BD image. This Blu-ray ripper supports converting Blu-ray ISO to MPEG-4 t for NAS via DLNA devices/tablets.
Step 2. Click the “Format” menu, various devices and formats are listed below.
Click Format bar and choose a DLNA supported video format. MPEG-4, MPEG-2, WMV from “HD Video” are all the proper choice. Well, since you want to stream Blu-ray into NAS via DLNA devices, you can directly choose “H.264 HD Video(*.mp4)” or “MKV HD Video(*.mkv)” from “HD Video” as the output format.
Besides, you can also play blu-ray on Chromecast
etc as DLNA devices. is powerful enough to almost all kinds of formats, you can choose the format according to your own needs like MP4, MOV, AVI, MKV, etc. from “Common Video” or get a HD video from “HD Video” option.
Step 3. If the default parameters can’t meet your needs, you can click “Settings”to change the video size, bitrate, frame rate as you want.
Step 4: Return to Bytecopy main interface, and hit the “Convert” button to start encoding Blu-ray discs.
Once it finshes, open output folder, locate the created file and you can transform the converted files to home media server. Or you can streaming movies use DLNA devices (Roku/Amazon FireTV Stick/Android/iOS devices) for enjoyment and share with family members.
Turn Your Computer Into a DLNA Media Server
- Launch Windows Media Player on your PC
- Go to Stream (ensure that Allow remote control of my Player…is CHECKED > More streaming options (check Allowed on the Media programs on this PC and remote connection, or even better Allow All)
- Follow the instruction on the screen until you get to Finish
- Go to the PC’s Control Panel > System > Advanced System Settings > Remote (ensure to check Allow remote connections to this computer)
- Relaunch Windows Media Player (and then proceed with the rest of the steps on your mobile device)
- Access your video file and then playback the file to the connected PC (through an icon above your screen or Settings)Note: The name of the options in your PC might varies according to the version of Windows that you have installed.
1. Click Settings button to adjust video/audio parameters. As for DLNA streaming, select a proper bitrate and resolution based on your WLAN bandwidth.
2.How to play various SD/HD/4K Videos onto DLNA devices via NAS? If you get some MKV, FLV, M4V, WMV, MOV, AVI, Tivo, XAVC, M2TS, H.265 etc. videos, and have trouble to play them on your DLNA devices from NAS, you’re in the right place. Similarly, we need to solve the problem is still compatible format. You can get Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate
to transcode SD/HD Video files to DLNA friendly MP4 format with the fastest speed and best video/audio parameter settings. Free try this software and get Facebook
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Store Blu-ray to NAS using DLNA Connected Devices/Tablets