Copy Blu-ray to WD My Cloud EX2 for Connect via WDTV Live Use Plex

John Salley

Nov 20, 2015 10:07 am / Posted by John Salley

With network attached storage (NAS) devices being marketed as personal clouds these days, the My Cloud EX2 comes in capacities of 4TB, 6TB, and 8TB, but you can also order a unit with no drives if you want to use your own. It bringing a two-bay option that isn’t as hard on the wallet as the EX4 yet offers a copious amount of storage capacity and more powerful features such as RAID. 

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There are a lot of NAS users have bought Blu-ray movies and DVD movies, so most of them have the need to transfer Blu-ray to NAS devices for playing directly with other devices. However, Have you ever try to enjoy a Blu-ray without a Blu-ray drive, in other words, watching a Blu-ray movies on the go, in every portable devices you want? 


In this case, we need get some help from a Blu-ray to WDTV tool, rip the Blu-ray to WD My Cloud EX2/WDTV Live supported format and then stream them to WD My Cloud EX2, in this way you can watching them on TV via WD My Cloud EX2 using WDTV Live Via Plex. Here I recommend you a power ripper–Pavtube ByteCopy, it can remove the copy protection easily and rip the format of Blu-ray to WD My Cloud EX2/WDTV Live/Plex supported h.264 .mp4, then you can watching them on TV using WDTV Live from Plex smoothly. In addition, you can also rip the Blu-ray to the other format for your other portable device for watching on the go. Read review

If you are a Mac OS X El Capitan user, the Mac version is available here–Pavtube ByteCopy for Mac. Just download the tool given below and begin. 

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Rip Blu-ray to WD My Cloud EX2 for Streaming to TV using WDTV Live via Plex 

Step 1. Load Blu-ray movie 

Run Blu-ray to WDTV Live converter, and click “File” and “Load from disc” to import your Blu-ray movies with BD drive. Another way to import Blu-ray movie is to click the file icon on upper-left corner. 


Step 2. Choose Lossless MKV-WD My Cloud EX2 supported format 

Find the format bar below your DVD items, and click it to get to the format list where you need to follow “Multi-track Video” > “Lossless/encoded Multi-track MKV (*.mkv).” The lossless property will maintain the multiple audio tracks and subtitles. 


Step 3. Convert Blu-ray to WD My Cloud EX2. 

Hit the button “Convert” to start conversion from Blu-ray to WD My Cloud EX2. 

Step 4. Transfer the converted Blu-ray movies to WD My Cloud EX2. 

Once the Blu-ray to WD My Cloud EX2 conversion is over, keep your PC and WD My Cloud EX2 in the same network surrounding, then sync the converted Blu-ray movies to WD My Cloud EX2 server. 

Step 5. Play Blu-ray movies on WD My Cloud EX2 

Still keepign your WD My Cloud EX2 and WDTV Live/Plex in the same home network. Connect your WDTV Live to your smart TV and use the remote control to find the Plex media server, and choose the converted Blu-ray movies and the next thing you have to do is just embracing sheer enjoyment. (Learn how to Connect WD TV to Home Theater System). 

Pavtube Bytecopy Pros for WD My Cloud EX2/WDTV Live/Plex users: 

1. All-in-one. Do crack and convert DVD and Blu-ray. 
2. Lossless. Keep multiple original video, audio, subtitle streams without changing. 
3. Fast. Single layer DVD copied to MKV in 10 mins, BD around an hour under lossless mode; 1.5 -5 hours under compressive mode. GPU acceleration(CUDA) ready. 
4. Easy operation. 2 steps process for lossless BD/DVD to MKV ripping. 
5. Flexible. You decide which streams to keep, what codec to use, and what quality to export. 

Can I Play DVD/Blu-ray on PC With Multiple Audio Tracks/Subtitles? You wanna have subtitles displayed on HDTV when playing ripped Blu-ray? Choose ByteCopy also. It converts the PGS subtitles to DVD subtitle format, which is definitely acceptable by HD media players. It also lets you extract .srt subtitles for MKV file, including forced subtitles. 

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