How to Store Blu-ray to NAS in MKV format

In this article, we are talking about how to rip Blu-ray to MKV for getting all your Blu-rays into NAS.

Network-Attached Storage (NAS) is the easiest way to store your media libraries and stream files to any PC or networked devices for watching.

In order to avoid being damage, more convenient to manage, we used to backup Blu-ray disc to NAS, so that the Blu-ray movies can be playable on-the-air. To be sure, most of you know how to rip Blu-rays, and have been doing so just fine. The problem you face is how to rip Blu-ray to a NAS proper format with best settings for NAS streaming while maintaining the highest quality possible. As far as we know, MP4, MKV are commonly supported formats for computer, Apple TV, iOS devices, Roku player, etc via streaming videos from NAS. Thus, what you need is a professional Blu-ray ripping tool that supports converting Blu-ray to MP4/MKV for NAS streaming with the best quality.

I opened Google and searched for “how to convert blu-ray to mkv for nas”, then found an app named Brorsoft Blu-ray Ripper.

This NAS Blu-ray converter program is capable of transcoding Blu-ray, Blu-ray ISO, DVD, DVD ISO, IFO, Video-TS, etc., to NAS Drives streaming with no quality loss. What’s more, it provides 150+ ready presets for iPhone, iPad, Samsung Galaxy Tab and other mobile devices. And with the new optimized NVIDIA CUDA & AMD acceleration technology, it runs an unbeatable 30X faster than others.

I mainly use it for ripping my own Blu-ray and DVD library to video file for storing on my own NAS drive. Now, i have had all my discs available in video file format on the NAS drive, this is really a convenient way of using an extensive library of discs. Perfect software!

If you are using Mac, you can also use the Blu-ray Ripper for Mac OS X.

(Note: Click here for OS X 10.5)

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Step 1: Load Blu-ray movies

Install and launch Blu-ray to MKV/MP4 Converter, and then click the disc icon to import your source movies to this program. Set your wanted subtitles and audio track from the drop-down box of “Subtitles” and “Audio” tab.

Step 2: Select an output format

To convert Blu-ray to MP4, MKV for NAS storing and streaming, just click on the dropdown menu of “Format”, and then choose MKV, H.264 MP4 from Common Video profile list. If you want to keep 1080p resolution as source movie, you can choose HD Video > H.264 HD Video(*.mp4) or MKV HD Video(*.mkv) as output format.

Tip: If you like, you can click “Settings” to change the video encoder, resolution, frame rate, etc. as you wish. Keep in mind the file size and video quality is based more on bitrate than resolution which means bitrate higher results in big file size, and lower visible quality loss, and vice versa.

STEP 3. Start converting Blu-ray/DVD to NAS

Press the “Convert” button to start ripping Blu-ray/DVD movies to H.264 MP4/MKV for NAS streaming. When the conversion finishes, click Open button to find the output files. Make sure the wireless network connection is accessible among the NAS and HD TV or other media players. Then just enjoy the high quality movies at ease

Source:NAS Blu-ray/DVD to MKV Converter

2 Responses

  1. Jeffrey says:

    After trying over a dozen video converters over the years, this one is a gem. It really actually works and has a very intuitive interface. There are a couple of minor glitches such as the app sometimes* freezes when its converting a video, but patience pays off. I mean 1 out of 10 conversion of a 1.5 hour movie.

  2. Cheg Blackwood says:

    Brorsoft Blu-ray ripper is the best one I’ve tested. I have 150+ discs. I think it would help me a lot.

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