Copy Blu-ray to Samsung Blu-ray Player for Steaming

There are many reasons to rip your Blu-ray to Blu-ray Player such as Samsung Blu-ray Player. Probably, your Samsung Blu-ray Player supports to decode AV NTSC format but your Blu-ray is PAL; you might need to bring your Blu-ray movie to club but afraid of scratching your expensive Blu-ray discs; another reason may be that your Samsung Blu-ray Player can’t read VC1 encoded Blu-ray. Whatever the reason, here the article shows you the easiest way to rip Blu-ray to Samsung Blu-ray Player for TV streaming.

Blu-ray to Samsung Blu-ray Player

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– Rip NTSC and PAL Blu-ray and DVD to Samsung Blu-ray Player.

– Decrypt Blu-ray encoded VC-1 and AVC to MKV, AVI, MP4, WMV for Blu-ray player.

– Rip Blu-ray to uncompressed MKV in lossless quality

– Rip BD/DVD to multi-track MP4/MOV with multiple subtitle/audio.

– Batch conversion, GPU acceleration, video editing function.

You may need to know which formats that your Samsung Blu-ray Player can play:

Video File Support
File Extention Container Video Codec Resolution Frame Rate (fps) Bit Rate (Mbps) Audio Codec
*.avi DivX 3.11 / 4 / 5 / 6 1920×1080 (WMV v7,v8, MSMPEG4 v3 : 1280×720) 6~30 30 Dolby Digital LPCM ADPCM (IMA, MS)
AAC WMA Dolby Digital
MPEG(MP3) DTS (Core)
*.asf MPEG4 SP/ASP
*.mp4 AVI H.264 BP/MP/ HP
*.3gp MKV
*.vro ASF Motion JPEG
*.mpg MP4
*.mpeg 3GP Microsoft
MPEG-4 v3
*.ts MOV
*.tp FLV Window Media
Video v7,v8,v9
*.trp VRO
*.mov VOB MPEG2
*.flv PS
*.vob TS MPEG1
*.svi SVAF
*.m2ts VP6 640×480 4
*.divx MVC 24/25/30 60
*.webm WebM  VP8 1920×1080  6~30 20 Vorbis

Step-by-step to rip Blu-ray to Samsung Blu-ray Player for TV streaming

Step 1: Load Blu-ray disc

Launch the program on your computer, insert your Blu-ray disc into an internal or external Blu-ray drive, on the program’s main interface, click “File” > “Load from disc” to load commercial Blu-ray disc to the application.

Step 2: Choose output format

Here has so many choices you can choose. For lossless quality, you can select lossless MKV. To get multi-track files, multi-track MP4, MOV, AVI are your choices. If you plan to stream these DVD on Blu-ray Player on TV, you can choose TV preset from prifile. This preset is generally MP4 format with TV optimized A/V parameters. You can select it in accordance with your TV brand.

Tip: Click on “Settings” to modify video codec, resolution, frame rate, sample rate etc according to the chart above. Of course, different settings will have different results. And you should know, the higher video quality with bigger video size, please pay attention to your storage. Or you can also keep the origional settings which is also a good choice.

Step 3: Start Blu-ray to Samsung Blu-ray player conversion

Start ripping rental Blu-ray movies to Blu-ray player compatible formats by clicking on the “Convert” button. After the conversion completed, you can open output folder to locate the converted Blu-ray files.

You can put your Blu-ray rips to USB then play it on Samsung Blu-ray Player via USB port. Or you also can put Blu-ray movies into NAS then stream it on Blu-ray Player with Wi-Fi.

Blu-ray Player cannot play discs FAQ

If your Blu-ray player cannot play discs (legitimate discs, i.e, DVD, SVCD, VCD, CD, etc.), follow the steps below:

Step 1: Check all physical connections between the Blu-ray player, TV and power supply; making sure that all cables are properly connected and there is power on each of the devices.

Step 2: Try using a different disc. If the Blu-ray player can read other discs without any issue, the specific disc may be defective.

Step 3: Check the region code on the disc. All Samsung Blu-Ray Players are region locked to Australia and can’t be unlocked. Only Region B Blu-Ray Discs and Region 4 DVDs can be played.
Note: All units are locked and there are no unlock codes for them. If you are going to find the code elsewhere, this will void the warranty.

Step 4: Make sure that the disc type and media format is supported by the Blu-ray player. If the issue occurs only on specific disc type (i.e. on all DVD discs or all Blu-ray discs only) or on all types of discs, there might be something wrong with the player. Call the Samsung Customer Care hotline for further assistance.

Step 5: Check if the firmware on the Blu-ray player needs to be upgraded. If so, follow the steps below to upgrade firmware:

■ Option I. Online

     Step 1: The Blu-ray player must be connected to a network and have internet access prior to performing the next steps.

     Step 2: Select Menu > Settings > Support > Software Update > Online. 

     Step 3: The TV will automatically search for the latest updates, If the TV displays a message stating: “No software upgrade found”, this means the current firmware is already up-to-date.

■ Option II. USB Flash Drive

     Step 1: Download the latest firmware from the Samsung website Support page, click here.

     Step 2: Enter the product’s model number into the search field then click on the magnifying glass.

     Step 3: Scroll down to Downloads & Manuals.

     Step 4: Click the file that has (USB type) under Firmware.

     Step 5: Click on the ZIP icon under the File column on the right side of the page to start the download.

     Step 6: Unzip the file to your computer. You should have a single folder with the same name as the zip file.

 Step 7: Copy the folder to a USB flash drive.

Note: Make sure the USB Flash drive that you will be using has no other files in it, otherwise the firmware will not install.

     Step 8: Make sure there is no disc in the Blu-ray player before you plug your USB flash drive into the USB port  of    the Blu-ray player. 

     Step 9: Go to Menu Settings Support Software Update > By USB.

Step 10: It will now install the firmware. A confirmation message will appear once the update is complete.

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