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How to Play Blu-ray on TV via Ripping and Storing on NAS

Still wonder how to play your Blu-ray and DVD on the big screen display such as Smart TV via streaming with NAS? Are you still wathing DVD and Blu-ray via DVD player or Blu-ray player? Are you still in a mess to find the DVD or Blu-ray? Are you still watch the DVD and Blu-ray movies in your home theater only? Here you have come to the right place, it’s time to store all DVD and Blu-ray into a NAS, not only for manager the films, but also make it available for watching on the go. In this article we will show you the best simple way to rip your Blu-ray and DVD into digital foamt for streaming to TV via NAS network connected.


Just like someone ask on the forum, you know you will not get the ideal answer on the forum and it is alway unsuitable for your situation. we adopt one typical related question and give the all-in-one answers, hope it helps, okay, let’s begin:

“I have a couple Blu-rays and DVDs of my daughters movies like Rudolph the red nose reindeer and now I want to have a backup of my DVD and Blu-ray disk. I will store them on my NAS (Synology) and watch from my Samsung Smart TV. How to get it done?”

Migrating physical Blu-ray/DVD discs to NAS in digital format, you need a Blu-ray Ripper<review: Top 5 Blu-ray Ripper 2016>. A Blu-ray ripper should be able to remove the complex encryption in Blu-ray/DVD discs and convert them to normal MP4/MKV/AVI, etc format. As far as I know, Brorsoft Blu-ray Ripper 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,H.264MP4MKV (Top 5 Blu-ray to MKV Converter for Mac Review), AVI, 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
*Preset compatible format for Samsung TV, Panasonic TV, LG TV and SONY TV.
*Compatible with Windows 10/8.1/8/7/XP, etc
*Has the equivalent Mac version which supports macOS Sierra, El Capitan, Yosemite, Mavericks, etc

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Tutorial: Rip DVD Blu-ray to MP4/MKV for watching on tv via NAS streaming

Step 1: Install and launch Brorsoft Blu-ray Ripper, and then click the disc icon to import your source movies to this program.


Note: A BD drive is necessary for ripping Blu-ray discs.

Tip: Select subtitle and audio track on the drop-down box of Subtitles/Audio for output, and check the playback on the right side of preview window.

Step 2: Specify output format. In drop-down format list, you are suggested to choose “HD Video” > “H.264 HD Video(*.mp4)” as output format which has the wide compatibility with various devices. Or you can select “TVs” profile. Here, it has optimized MP4 format for your HD TV/Matricom Streamer.


Tip: Meanwhile, profile parameters can be customized in Settings, including video codec, file size, bitrate, frame rate, audio sample rate, audio channels, etc. to get a satisfying video/audio playback on your smart phones and computer.

Step 3: Rip DVD/Blu-ray to NAS

Hit on the “Convert” icon and start ripping DVD/Blu-ray to NAS for TV. After a fast and complete conversion, you will find the ripped movie in output folder.

When ripping finished, you can transfer DVD/Blu-ray collection to NAS drive and stream them from NAS to your TV or other devices you desire.

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