In the Home Theater building, a media storage device is a necessary, like a QNAP HS-210 NAS. A QNAP HS-210 NAS can store many movie library including large Blu-ray and DVD rips. That means if you have large Blu-ray and DVD library and want a place where can hold them so that you can stream Blu-ray and DVD movies on TV over network, a QNAP HS-210 NAS will be the best place.
Ripping and putting your Blu-ray and DVD movies to QNAP HS-210 NAS in TV supported MP4 format, you can watch Blu-ray and DVD videos on Samsung TV, LG TV, Panasonic TV, VIzio TV, etc via QNAP HS-210 with Plex, Roku, etc without inserting discs to Blu-ray Player wasting time. What’s more, you never need to worry about the disc scratch, region codes incompatibility issues and limited space to put away the discs cause you can migrate all your physical discs to attic or basement.
To copy Blu-ray/DVD to QNAP HS-210 for TV, a Blu-ray Ripper is necessary. Here I recommend you Pavtube ByteCopy, a uite practical and simple to use software. You can learn the reasons why I choose it to help me rip Blu-ray and DVD to QNAP HS-210 NAS for viewing on TV below:
*Break down the encryption in Blu-ray/DVD discs, including AACS, BD+, region codes, Sony encryption, MKB v62, etc.
*Rip Blu-ray/DVD to QNAP HS-210 NAS for TV playback with original video quality and also can backup Blu-ray ASUSTOR AS1004T NAS, Synology NAS, and other NAS
*Convert Blu-ray/DVD to H.265, M3U8, MP4, MKV, AVI, FLV, MOV, 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.
*Has optimized preset for Samsung/LG/Sony/Panasonic TV
*Allows users to shrink Blu-ray/DVD movies size to store more movies to the NAS
*Compatible with Windows 10/8.1/8/7/XP, etc
*Has the equivalent Mac version which supports OS X El Capitan, Yosemite, Mavericks, etc
– Pavtube old official address: http://www.pavtube.cn/bytecopy/
– Cnet Download: http://download.cnet.com/Pavtube-ByteCopy/3000-7970_4-76158512.html
How to copy Blu-ray/DVD to QNAP HS-210 NAS with TV friendly format?
Step 1: Import Blu-ray/DVD movies
Run the app and insert Blu-ray to drive. Click “File” to load the Blu-ray movies to the program.
1.You can add more than one Blu-ray movies at a time for it has batch conversion function.
2. You can choose desired subtitle and audio track and forced subtitle below the chapter list.
Step 2: Choose TV supported format
The main reason that I choose Pavtube ByteCopy is for its “TVS” profile. Since TV supported format is similar, so even though there is no your TV brand, you also can choose any one TV format here.
Step 3: Start to convert Blu-ray/DVD to QNAP HS-210 NAS
Now back to the interface, click “Convert” to start to rip Blu-ray to QNAP HS-210 NAS for your TV. Once the process ends, you can open the output folder to locate the Blu-ray and DVD rips.
Backing up Blu-ray to QNAP HS-210 NAS or other DLNA certified NAS not can make you play Blu-ray and DVD movies via NAS on TV, iPad and other DLNA enabled devices, but can free space at hom though which you can put the tons of Blu-ray and discs to attic. Now, if you have need, just do as the guide shown.