How to Put Your Blu-ray Movies on Home Network?
Why we choose to put Blu-ray movies to Home Network?
Some Blu-ray collectors advocate saving the copy of Blu-ray movies to Home Network because If Blu-ray movies are saved to computer, you will always have access to them without the use on disk players. Another argument in favor of saving your Blu-ray movies locally is that they are not subject to the vagaries of Internet streaming. If your online bandwidth drops for some reason, the Blu-ray movies will still play from a local computer or hard disk at full speed .
Choices to move Blu-ray movies to Home Network
At some point, your Blu-ray collect may start filling up your bookshelf, in which case, move your Blu-ray to an external hard drive. The external drive can be discovered on the network when connected to a computer running media-server software or by creating a shared file folder that points to the media folder on your hard drive.
On the other hand, If all of your family members want to save their media library and Blu-ray movies in a centralized location, get a NAS drive, which can store from 1 to 12 terabytes (TB) of files. Designed to be used as media servers, they can be set up to easily share your medias including Blu-ray movies with media players and computers on your home network.
Other choices: Store Purchased Movies to Seagate Wireless Plus | Stream Blu-ray via WD Mycloud | Rip Blu-ray to Home Media Server
How to Put Blu-ray Movies to Home Network?
No matter which centralized location or the storage device you choose, you need to copy Blu-ray for moving to Home Network. Theoretically, you can copy the entire Blu-ray disc or the main title of the disc to put on Home Network. But considering the supported format limit of the media players and multimedia devices you use later, if you want to play Blu-ray movies via Home Network on various devices, you’d better backup Blu-ray to MP4, MKV, MOV and other more compatible format. Now, follow the steps below to move Blu-ray to Home Network.
Step 1: Download and install Pavtube Blu-ray Ripper to rip Blu-ray to Home Network in more friendly format. You can learn the specified functions of Pavtube Blu-ray Ripper at the bottom of the guide.
Step 2: When you installed Blu-ray to Home Network converter on your computer, launch it. Click “File” > “Load from disc” to load the Blu-ray movies to the software. You can choose your desired subtitle and audio track under the chapter list.
Step 3: Hit on “Format” to open the drop-down list. Here has hundreds of popular formats. You can see there are many optimized preset for mainstreaming devices, like “TVS”, “iPhone”. Of course, considering the compatibility, I suggest you to choose “MP4” or “HD MP4” in “Common Video” or “HD Video”.
Tip: Normally, you don’t need to adjust the video/audio parameters by yourself, the software should make the best choice for you. But you still can open “Settings” next to the Format to preview the output video size and adjust video/audio size, bitrate, etc. As you see, when you change the output video size, bitrate, the output video size will change largely, too.
Step 4: Back to the main interface, click big red “Convert” to start to copy Blu-ray to Homw Network in MP4 format. You can locate the generated Blu-ray rips in output folder.
The last but not least is to transfer your Blu-ray rips to Home Network. This step should be based on the centralized location or storage device you chose.
Reasons for I choose Pavube BDMagic to help me rip Blu-ray to Home Network
> The ability of rip any commercial Blu-ray discs with various encryption, like AACS, BD+, Region Codes, etc.
> Convert Blu-ray to H.265, M3U8, MP4, MKV, AVI, MOV, M4V, etc.
> Transcode Blu-ray to PS4, Surface Pro 4, iPad Pro, iPhone 6S, Samsung Note 5, Quicktime, etc with optimized preset.
> Free to trim a short clip out of original Blu-ray movie and crop black bars from images.
> Insert external SRT.ASS/SSA subtitles, add video effects and more.
> Convert 2D/3D Blu-ray to 3D videos in various 3D effects (Side-by-Side, Top-Bottom, or Anaglyph) and formats (MKV, MP4, MOV, WMV, AVI) with HD quality preservation.
Learn more reasons in Pavtube BDMagic review.
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