Rip Personal Blu-ray films to NAS Drive use Plex Media Server

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Q: I recently upgraded to a Blu-ray drive for my computer and want to copy my Personal Blu-rays to External Storage/NAS for easier access and being able to watch on TV or my laptops or on my tablet through Plex. Any suggestion on how to achieve that task?

A: Need a Blu-ray ripper to backup your disk to computer hard drive first. 2 or 3 years ago an IT specialist that I knew and he recommended the best Blu-ray ripper he knew called Pavtube BDMagic highly to me, and I have used it to successfully back up all my Blu-rays from hard disk to my NAS server.

The article shows you with an easy workaround for copying Blu-ray to NAS for Plex Media Server streaming by ripping Blu-ray to NAS/Plex friendly video format on Mac and Windows.

The best workaround to get the job done is to rip Blu-ray movies to MP4 format that Plex Media Server can easily support. There are many tools on the market for users to copy and burn Blu-rays. Here, Pavtube BDMagic – A top Blu-ray Ripper can help you to remove Blu-ray/DVD region lock convert them to multiple format like FLV, AVI, WMV, MKV, MOV, VOB, MTS, M2TS, TOD, etc for playback on your HDTV easily without any restriction. The process the straight forward. After launching, drag and drop your video files to the program, choose output format and then start the conversion. Free download and install it and below is the detailed guide.

Free download and install:

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– Cnet Download:

Note: For Mac users, Pavtube BDMagic for Mac is a helpful app to encode videos for further usage.

Key Feature of Pavtube BDMagic:

– Support to rip Blu-ray with AACS, BD+, Region Codes, etc and other similar encryption.
– Make Blu-ray compatible with Synology NAS, FreeNAS Mini, QNAP NAS, WD My C loud, USB Type-C and other DLNA Certified NAS Devices;
– Enable Plex, Kodi, Roku can play encrypted Blu-ray via NAS;
– Edit videos with trim, crop, split, merge and special effects;
– Process videos and movies in batch even faster and easier;
– Attach external *.srt, *.ass, or *.ssa subtitles into source media for entertainment;
– Support perfect audio and video synchronization.

This Blu-ray to NAS for Plex converter can shut down computer after the process is complete, so run the app overnight and you could enjoy the created videos next morning when you are up.

Best Way to Convert Blu-ray to NAS Drive via Plex Media Server

Step 1. Run Pavtube Top Blu-ray Ripper for rasplex and Insert the Blu-ray disc you want to rip into your hard drive and run the program. Then load your Blu-ray movies to it for converting. As you can see, loaded files will be displayed on the left item bar and you can select your preferred audio track, subtitle, etc. ISO, IFO and DVD folder are also well supported.

Step 2: Choose output format

Click Format bar and choose “H.264 HD Video(*.mp4)” from HD Video, which can be recognized by Plex, TV, tablet, mobile phones well.

Actually, except NAS, you also can backup Blu-ray to External Hard Drive, personal cloud storage, Raspberry Pi 2.

Tips. Click the Setting icon to have the Profile settings box. In the setting interface, you are allowed to adjust codec, bit rate, frame rate, sample rate and audio channel to optimize the output file quality.

Step 3: Start Blu-ray to NAS/Plex conversion

Just hit the “Convert” button at the bottom of the main interface to start the conversion. It will automatically convert Blu-ray to Plex Media Server compatible video files.

Now, the Blu-ray conversion ends. You can transfer your Blu-ray collection to NAS. After that, just you can watch your favorite Blu-ray movies on Plex via NAS on your 4K TV, iPhone 6S, Surface Pro 4. Have fun!

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