You might be wondering if there was a way to rip your favorite DVDs to a digital format, then import the ripped DVD on your NAS and watch them on your TV via a media streamer such as a WD TV Live Hub, PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Google TV, etc. Even just getting rid of using a DVD player.
And in this artilce, show you the best method, import your DVD movies to NAS for streaming easily.
For copy DVD movies to nas devices, you’d better rip the DVD movies to digital format, such as H.264 MP4, is a block-oriented motion-compensation-based video compression standard that is currently one of the most commonly used formats for the recording, compression, and distribution of video content and compatible with almost all the media players and devices.
Then, ripping a DVD disc to H.264, you need a DVD ripping tool, enable you to rip the DVD disc into target format in a simple way, such as Load DVD > Set H.264 Profile > Get Started. Okay, Brorsoft DVD Ripper is just the one you need. It is totally clean. No virus, no adware, no spyware, and no malware. And it has strong ability to backup any encrypted DVDs including older and recent ones and remove copy protection from DVD with Disney X-project DRM, Analog Protection, CSS, Sony ArccOS, CSS, UOPs and unlock region code.
With it, you can rip ALL DVD to no matter what NAS devices proper format with best settings for streaming while maintaining the highest quality possible. Of course, this DVD Ripper can also help you backup DVD files with whole structure or just contain main movie as you want.
What’s more, it also enables you to rip DVD for directly playback on Android, iOS, Windows based devices.
Guide: Ripping DVD to H.264 for NAS
First free download the Brorsoft DVD Ripper on your Windows (10) PC. For Mac users, please switch to Brorsoft DVD Ripper for Mac (compatible with macOS Sierra, for reviews please turn to best DVD Ripper for macOS Sierra).
Step 1. Load DVD files
Launch the DVD Ripper(Windows version taken as example, Mac version share the same steps). Click the “DVD” icon to load DVD movie. After the DVD files are loaded, you can preview them on the right viewing window and take snapshots of your favorite movie scene. ISO and IFO files are also supported.
Tip: If you need to rip DVD with wanted subtitles and audio track, you can click the drop down menu after “Subtitles” and “Audio” to select your desired tracks.
Step 2. Choose output format
Here we choose H.264 .mp4 as output format. Basically the “Common Video -> H.264 Video (*.mp4)” is just all right.
If you want to keep 1080p resolution as source movie, you can choose HD Video > H.264 HD Video(*.mp4) as output format.
Tip: If you think the video size this not suitable for your devices, you can first choose any one of the provided type, then change the settings. Please remember the file size is based more on bitrate than resolution which means bitrate higher results in bigger file size, and lower visible quality loss.
Step 3. Start to copy DVD for NAS devices
When all the settings are OK, click “Convert” button to copy DVD for saving to your NAS drive.
You can view the conversion progress and are able to cancel the converting process at anytime.
When the conversion is over, click “open” to locate the ripped video files and then importing them to your NAS devices.
I share some of my experience in these following pages, please feel free to turn to the NAS make you using:
- Copy DVD to Nas
- Copy Blu-ray to Nas
- Blu-ray & DVD to QNAP
- Blu-ray & DVD to Asustor
- Blu-ray & DVD to Synology
- Blu-ray & DVD to Seagate
- Blu-ray & DVD to RedayNAS
- Blu-ray & DVD to Western Digital
- Blu-ray & DVD to WD MyCloud
- Blu-ray & DVD to D-Link Boxee
- Blu-ray & DVD to NAS for Plex
- Best Cloud Storage for Backing Up Blu-ray & DVD Movies