“I am a fan who is full of movies. So that I got a Boxee Box last weekend. I wanna back up my DVDs to my WD Passport so I could watch on my Boxee Box without swapping disks. Is there anyway to convert my DVD VOB files to MP4 for palyback on Boxee Box?”
In actually, you will find the answer by Googling it, and the Pavtube BDMagic will be the Top of software with good Praises. This program can convert Blu-ray discs with M2TS files to MP4 format for playback on your all devices, just like TV, iphone, Samsung galaxy S6, ipad, surface, etc with suitable formats as you want.
Part one: Let you know how to convert BD dicscs to WD Passport
Require Software: Pavtube BDMagic
Step1. Load source BD/DVD file.
In fact, the Pavtube can convert all BD and DVD discs to MP4. At first, you should download the program and open it to load your files. hit on the “Load Disc” button, and load source Blu-ray/DVD movie inserted in the disc driver beforehand. BDMagic also accepts BD BDMV folder, DVD VIDEO_TS folder, BD ISO, and DVD ISO/IFO as source file.
Step 2. Choose output format.
You are recommended to choose “HD Video” > “H.264 HD Video(*.mp4)” for backing up BD/DVD to e-library.
Step 3: Copy your Blu-ray movies.
Now it is time to start conversion by clicking big “Convert” button. Then click “Open” button you will find a quick way to locate the generated files.
Part Two: Stream movie to smart phones, tablets and smart TV
To get started, borrow an available video from your library. If you’re using your web browser, click the Play button on your library bookshelf to start watching the video in a new browser tab. If you’re using the latest version of the OverDrive app for iOS or Android, tap the Add to app button to add the streaming video to your in-app bookshelf.
Streaming video works on mobile devices and computers as long as you’re using a browser with HTML5 support (such as Chrome, Firefox, Safari, or Internet Explorer).
If you’re not sure whether or not your device and browser are compatible, you can try the sample below to see if it works.
Note: Streaming video may consume a lot of data, so if you’re on a mobile plan with a data cap, we recommend using a Wi-Fi connection when streaming on your mobile device to avoid data overages.