Backup Blu-ray/DVD movies to NAS to free space at home
Fronting a shelf of Blu-ray and DVD discs covered with dust, have you got a headache? Do you still take lots of time to find the movie you want from the thousands of discs? Have you heard about Home Automation Expert? This means that you can digitalize you Blu-ray/DVD collection to NAS. This behavior gives you many benefits: free space at your home, more convenient management and organization, wider compatibility with multiple media players, safer storage…
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Migrating physical Blu-ray/DVD discs to NAS in digital format, you need a Blu-ray Ripper. a Blu-ray ripper can remove the complex encryption in Blu-ray/DVD discs and convert them to normal MP4/MKV/AVI, etc format. As far as I know, Pavtube ByteCopy is a top-selling Blu-ray/DVD Ripper in the market which has the following features:
*Break down the encryption in BD&DVD discs, including AACS, BD+, Disney encryption, region codes, Sony encryption, etc.
*Rip Blu-ray/DVD to ASUSTOR AS1004T NAS, Synology NAS, QNAP NAS and other NAS
*Convert Blu-ray/DVD to H.265, M3U8, MP4, MKV, AVI, FLV, MOV, etc with original video quality.
*Copy the entire Blu-ray/DVD disc to NAS in original file structure with all subtitle tracks and audio streams preserved.
*Backup Blu-ray/DVD to iPhone, iPad, Microsoft Pro, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, etc optimized format to NAS.
*Allows users to shrink Blu-ray/DVD movies size to store more movies to the NAS
*Compatible with Windows 10/8.1/8/7/XP, etc
*Has the equivalent Mac version which supports OS X El Capitan, Yosemite, Mavericks, etc
Free download and install:
– Pavtube old official address: http://www.pavtube.cn/bytecopy/
– Cnet Download: http://download.cnet.com/Pavtube-ByteCopy/3000-7970_4-76158512.html
How to digitalizing Blu-ray&DVD to NAS to free space at home?
Step 1: Import Blu-ray/DVD movies
Run the app and insert Blu-ray/DVD to drive. Click “File” to load the Blu-ray/DVD movies to the program.
1.You can add more than one Blu-ray/DVD movies at a time for it has batch conversion function.
2. You can choose desired subtitle and audio track and forced subtitle below the chapter list.
Step 2: Backup and convert Blu-ray/DVD
Here, you have four choices:
Option A – Full Disc Copy Blu-ray/DVD to NAS
You can keep all the information in Blu-ray/DVD movies, including main title, advertisement, chapter markers, review and the whole audio/subtitle streams.
Click on the top of the menu.
Option B – Directly Copy Blu -ray/DVD to NAS
Just the main title of the original Blu-ray/DVD disc will be preserved in this way. It will save many space of your NAS.
Navigate to “Format” > “Copy” > “Directly Copy”
Option C – Convert Blu-ray/DVD to MP4/MKV/MOV to NAS
Transforming Blu-ray/DVD to MP4, MKV, MOV, AVI, etc popular format gives you wide playback on different devices via NAS.
Click “Format”, you can choose the desired format in “Common Video” or “HD Video” profiles. On the other hand, you can choose the optimized preset for mainstreaming multimedia players, like PS3, PS4, Microsoft Surface Pro.
Option D – Rip Blu-ray/DVD to lossless MKV
In this way, you can extract lossless MKV format from Blu-ray/DVD discs with multiple subtitle/audio tracks and chapter markers preserved.
Click the format bar to follow “Multi-track Video” and “Lossless/encoded Multi-track MKV (*.mkv)”.
Step 3: Rip DVD/Blu-ray to NAS
If you chose the latter three ways, click big red “Convert” on the UI to begin Blu-ray/DVD ripping process. Locate the generated video in output folder.
After you migrated the ripped Blu-ray/DVD movies to NAS, you can watch these movies via NAS on your TV, Tablet, PS4 and other DLNA enabled devices.
If you have many iTunes purchased movies and want to remove the DRM to transfer the iTunes movies to NAS, you can use Pavtube ChewTune.
Money saving tip – Software Bundles:
Pavtube ByteCopy($42) + Pavtube ChewTune ($29) = $54.9, Saving $16.1
That means, you can get a top-ranked DRM removal program only if you paid more $12.9.