How to Backup DVD Movies on Drobo NAS for Streaming?

Drobo NAS is a smart storage that grows with you and protects what matters. You can easily backup local videos, photos, music and other important files on Drobo NAS and stream them to DLNA-enabled devices as you like. When it comes to Backup DVD movies on Drobo NAS, some guys will encounter problems such as: why my copied movies from DVD discs on Drobo NAS can’t be opened on PC?, Why Handbrake won’t work on commercial DVD movies?, and so on. So in this page, we aim to backup all DVD movies on Drobo NAS with an all-in-one method for you.

We have accept the truth, commercial DVD discs are always under copy protection, neither does the freeware Handbrake have the ability to remove the copy protection from DVD discs, nor can you open these directly copied movies on DLNA-enabled device via Drobo. What you need is the all-in-one DVD ripping tool like Brorsoft DVD Ripper for Windows / Mac that can rip and convert any (protected) DVD discs to Drobo NAS with the target devices’ compatible digital formats.

Overall, it is the best DVD ripper ever, developed with the most advanced converting technology, it fully supports input and output videos at 4K/1080/720P DVD video resolution as well as rip DVD to nearly 250+ formats like H.264H.265/HEVC, AVIMP4, WMV, FLV, MPEG, MOVMKV, RMVB, FLAC, AAC, AC3, etc.

Free download DVD to Drobo NAS converter

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Guide: Rip and Backup DVD for Drobo NAS

Windows Version Brorsoft DVD Ripper taken as example, Mac Version share the same steps, just keep in mind you have download the right version, Windows platform .exe files cannot be installed on macOS – and vice versa.

Step 1. Load DVD movies

Install and run the best DVD ripper, click the “Load disc” button to load your DVD movies to the program.

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Step 2. Select output format

A. Go to Format drop-down menu, and pick up the widely used H.264 .mp4 format from Common Video or HD Video list for Drobo NAS.

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B. DVD full disc backup.  Click the “Copy the entire disc” button to start DVD full disc backup

C. DVD Main movie copy.  If you hate the extras in the DVD movies, you can copy DVD main movie only which will leave out any extras for you. Click the format bar to follow “Copy” > “Directly Copy”

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Step 3. Start to rip and backup DVD movies for Drobo NAS

With all settings, click the convert button to rip and backup DVD movies on Drobo NAS

After the conversion finishes, you can click “Open” to locate the converted DVD movies in the video format you want.

Then effortlessly transfer the converted DVD movies to Drobo NAS, and stream them to your DLNA devices such as portable devices, PC, Mac, TVs for playback with ease.

Additional Tips:

If you not only wanna bacup DVD movies on Drobo NAS, but also intend to backup Blu-ray or HD Videos such as 4K XAVC/XAVC-S, MXF, MTS, MKV, WMV, MOV, M4V, AVI videos on Drobo NAS, the all-in-one tool, Brorsoft Video Converter Ultimate (or iMedia Converter for Mac) will be your first and best choice.

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