Backup Rented Blu-ray from Amazon, NetFlix, RedBox on NAS Device
With the popularity of Blu-ray, many people start to rent Blu-ray movies from Netflix, Redbox, Amazon at a relatively low price. But the copyright scheme and time box of these Blu-ray limits the playback and entertainment. So some people wonder whether they can backup these rented Blu-ray to NAS for permanent keeping and portable devices watching.
Actually, there is indeed a easy way to backup rented Blu-ray from Amazon, NetFlix, RedBox to NAS Device for permanent keeping and freely enjoyment on other portable devices. We all know that there are many Blu-ray Rippers for Windows and Mac on the market, whose function is exactly to help us deal with Blu-ray copy protected issue.
From the google search on the internet, we choose high-rank Pavtube ByteCopy to reach the goal above-mentioned. ByteCopy gives you the best approach to bypass copy protection or remove region code restriction from rented Blu-ray from Netflix, Redbox, Amazon and backup them in four methods: full disc copy, main title copy, rip Blu-ray to lossless MKV with chapter markers and backup Blu-ray to other video formats. With ByteCopy, you can backup and convert rental Blu-ray to virtually any regular formats H.265, M3U8, MP4, MOV, MKV, FLV… to play anywhere with original quality. If you want to backup rental Blu-ray to NAS for streaming on mobile devices, game console, tablet and computer, I recommend you the third way.
Note: this guide is based on Windows system, if you operate this Blu-ray backup process on Mac, you should use ByteCopy for Mac.
Windows version 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 backup rented Blu-ray from Amazon, NetFlix, RedBox to NAS?
Step 1: Load Rental Blu-ray movies
click “File” button to load Rented Blu-ray from RedBox, NetFlix, Amazon into the Blu ray ripping program.
Step 2: Blu-ray copy
If you just want to store rented Blu-ray from RedBox, NetFlix, Amazon to NAS, you can choose copy Blu-ray:
A. Full Disc Copy: Copy Rental Blu-ray Disc to a full Blu-ray folder containing all the content in original Blu-ray disc.
B. Directly Copy: Backup Rental Blu-ray Disc to a file with M2TS as filename extension. This mode enables copy movie only from Blu-ray discs, compared with former mode, save time in copying protected Blu-ray Disc and space to store the output M2TS file to make reasonable and practical use.
Step 3: Choose other video format
If you wanna backup Rental Blu-ray to NAS for other devices, you need specify a common format as output format. Click on the dropdown menu of “Format”, and then choose your needed one from the multiple output format presets. You can rip Blu-ray to lossless MKV, MP4, MOV, WMV, or rip Blu-ray for playback on iPad, iPhone, etc. Here, we select H.264 HD MP4 as the output video format for its wide compatibility.
Tip: Click “Settings” button, you can adjust audio and video codec, size, bit rate, frame rate, sample rate and audio channel to customize the output file quality.
Step 4: Rip Rented Blu-ray from RedBox, NetFlix, Amazon
Once all steps above are finished, click “Convert” button to copy Rental Blu-ray movie to NAS device.
When the process is completed, you can put the ripped Rental Blu-ray movie to NAS. Then, you can play, share Rental Blu-ray anywhere you want with various devices.
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