Store DVD Movies to QNAP TS-251+ for Watching on Plex via TiVo

John Salley

Jan 08, 2016 05:50 am / Posted by John Salley

The all-new QNAP TS-251+, released in late October 2015, is a great example of this new frontier in NAS. It also brings to the mainstream a dizzying array of additional functions that you can take or leave as you like. That includes running virtual machines, encoding media in real-time, streaming audio and video straight from the drives, performing remote backups, and lots more. 

A lot of users have purchased a QNAP NAS to store all media files. If you are one of them, you may also want to copy DVD library to QNAP NAS for easier streaming via Plex/TiVo while cleaning up those physical discs like above user. So, you may feeling frustrated when it comes: 

“ I need a tool which can help me rip my DVDs to MP4 formate to store on my NAP TS-251+ NAS so that I can watch them on Plex (Through my TiVO). As we know, MP4 it is the most well suited for playback on anything. I watch them on my TVs through my TiVO (Plex is instaled on it). Any software or ways suggestions? Simpler is always better. “ 

A: “ I was looking on a Forum or something like “how to store DVD collection to NAP TS-251+ NAS” and found the Top DVD to NAS Converter - Pavtube ByteCopy, It’s pretty simple and keep the interface very clearly. I would even change the way you can toggle from basic to advance mode under edit. Before I got the best DVD to NAP TS-251+ Ripper, I found their Pavtube Official website and Learn>>Pavtube ByteCopy Online Help

This Top DVD to NAS Converter is your best Blu-ray/DVD backup and conversion friend able to output lossless MKV and multi-track MP4/MOV. Various audio/video output formats are also supported so that you’re able to watch videos effortlessly on different devices. Below is this converter’s Key Features: 

Part I: Excellent Multi-track Preservation 

1. Lossless Blu-ray/DVD to MKV backup 

Easily get a complete MKV file out of original Blu-ray or DVD source and desired audio streams and subtitle tracks are preserved with almost same HD quality. 

2. Support BD/DVD to multi-track MP4, MOV and interlaced AVI 

Besides MKV, you are able to create MP4, MOV and AVI files that include more than one audio stream to meet the requirements for more media players, mobile devices, etc. 

3. Save Blu-ray/ DVD to H.265/HEVC MP4 with better video quality 

In its latest release, ByteCopy adds H.265/HEVC as output format so you would create a MP4 file with better movie enjoyment on your multimedia player. 

Part II:Copy Blu-ray/DVD with 1:1 Quality 

1. Copy the entire BD/DVD without quality loss 

1:1 backup original Blu-ray and DVD to computer hard drive with all languages, subtitle tracks and chapter info. Learn>>Copy DVD movies with chapter markers

2. Backup only main movie without extras 

Directly Copy main movie from BD/DVD discs and leave out extras. 

Lossless MKV output: Make copy of DVD/Blu-ray discs to hard drive on Mac losslessly 

Hot Search: Blu-rays to Seagate Portable | MKV files to Synology NAS | DVD onto MyCLoud | Blu-ray/DVD to 4 TB Promise Drive | Extract Chapters from Bluray/DVD

Step-by-Step: How to Rip DVD movies to QNAP NAS Device for Plex/TiVo Streaming 

Free Download and trail: 


Other Download: 

- Pavtube old official address: 
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Step 1: Load DVD movies 

Install and launch DVD to QNAP NAS Converter, and then click the disc icon to import your source movies to this program. Set your wanted subtitles and audio track from the drop-down box of “Subtitles” and “Audio” tab. 


Step 2: Select an output format 

To convert DVD to MP4, MKV for QNAP NAS storing and streaming, just click on the dropdown menu of “Format”, and then choose MKV, H.264 MP4 from Common Video profile list. If you want to keep 1080p resolution as source movie, you can choose HD Video > H.264 HD Video(*.mp4) or MKV HD Video(*.mkv) as output format. 


Tip: If you like, you can click “Settings” to change the video encoder, resolution, frame rate, etc. as you wish. Keep in mind the file size and video quality is based more on bitrate than resolution which means bitrate higher results in big file size, and lower visible quality loss, and vice versa. 

Step 3. Rip DVD movies to QNAP NAS 

Click the convert button under the preview window, and the Blu-ray ripper will start the conversion from DVD movies to MKV/MP4 for QNAP NAS and media player. 

After the conversion, you can hit “Open” to quick locate the converted video; now you can stream converted DVD files through QNAP NAS to HDTV use Plex via TiVo, Android tablet, DLNA device or other HD media player for wide sharing. 

Learn>>Set up Plex on Roku and Rip Blu-rays/DVDs to Plex Media Server | Add Your Movie Collection to Plex for Streaming 

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