Thursday, December 24, 2015

Rip Family DVD to NAS for Samsung TV playback

If you own an impressive family DVD collection, you know that by default it only works on DVD player. Want to extract the movie contained in DVD and backup the media of DVD on NAS? You can check out this guide to learn how to put the family DVD movies you collected to your NAS for storage and streaming on Samsung Smart TV or Home Theater System, then you can easily share them with your friends or family. 

To backup your DVD disk to NAS for safe storage and further playback, a powerful third-party software is what you need. iFastime Video Converter Ultimate (Read Review) is highly recommended. This DVD ripping and copying tool is capable of ripping DVD to MP4, AVI, MKV for NAS streaming without no quality loss. And it's easy to use and very stable. Best of all, it allows you to copy your DVD to NAS with original structure or main movie only. 

The equivalent Mac version is iFastime Video Converter Ultimate for Mac. Just download it and follow the steps below to learn how to do it. 

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Store family DVDs on NAS and watch on Samsung Smart TV 

Step 1. Install and launch DVD to NAS Converter, and then click the disc icon to import your source movies to this program. 

Step 2. Click on the dropdown menu of "Format", and then choose TVs > Samsung TV, select Samsung TV as the output format

Tip: If the default parameters can’t meet your needs, you can click “Settings” to change the video encoder, resolution, frame rate, etc. as you wish. 

Step 3. Hit "Start conversion" button to start converting DVD movies to MKV/MP4 for NAS sharing. After the conversion, click "Open" to quick locate the converted video; now you can stream converted family DVD files through NAS to Samsung Smart TV for enjoyment together with your family or friends right now. 

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