Backup Blu-ray to NAS for 4K HD TV or Normal def TV streaming
People like high definition movies so they like Blu-ray. But Blu-ray has many limitations. For example, physical Blu-ray discs are easy to get scratch and hard to find the right one you want from hundreds on the shelf; format limitations make it can’t be played on big screen TV directly. Therefore, if you have many Blu-ray movies, it is better that backing up them to 4K video to NAS Server for HD 4K TV or Normal def TV streaming, which meets the desire of ultra high resolution and big screen enjoyment. Backing up Blu-ray to NAS as copying Blu-ray to Personal Cloud Storage, is convenient to your family stream Blu-ray movies on different TVs in different rooms.
To backup Blu-ray to NAS for streaming on 4K HD TV and Normal def TV, you need the help of Blu-ray Ripper, which can easily turn Blu-ray to 4K video. Pavtube ByteCopy is recommended here for its fast conversion speed with NVIDIA CUDA technology with H.264 codec. It can backup Blu-ray
to NAS for 4K TV and def TV streaming with just few steps by changing Blu-ray to 4K MP4/WMV/AVI, etc and lossless MKV. It can give you perfect video quality the same as the original. Even though your Blu-ray is 4K, it also does work in the aspect of ripping it to 4K MP4/MKV/WMV/AVI, 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
If you are using Mac, turn to the equivalence Mac version – ByteCopy for Mac.
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Steps to copy Blu-ray to NAS for streaming on 4K HD TV and normal def TV
Step 1. Load Blu-ray movie
In “Settings”, you can change video and audio codec, size, bitrate and other spec. In audio size column, input 4096*2160 to get 4K video to NAS for streaming on 4K HD TV and normal def TV.
Step 4. Start converting Blu-ray to NAS
After changing Blu-ray to 4K MP4, you can transfer Blu-ray to NAS and streaming on HD TV and normal def TV. Actually, ByteCopy also can rip and backup DVD to NAS and it even can rip Blu-ray/DVD movies with forced subtitle tracks preserved. Just try ByteCopy to backup your Blu-ray and DVD to NAS for HD TV.