Stream Blu-ray to Synologoy NAS for Watching on TV /iPad 

John Salley

Mar 28, 2016 08:14 am / Posted by John Salley

MKV is the video format we use frequently. Which allows you to store an unlimited number of video, audio, picture or subtitle tracks inside a single file, which obviously makes it pretty handy, not to mention an excellent space-saver. Blu-ray to MKV will allow you to convert Blu-rays that are ripped straight from a disk, already ripped folders or Blu-rays stored in ISO format. Want to free your Blu-ray player and discs, but retain the HD quality of Blu-ray movies for Blu-ray movie enjoying? This guide will show you how to enable Blu-ray movies to MKV for Synologoy NAS for watching on TV /iPad. 


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Most of you are likely familiar with the excellent Handbrake for ripping standard Def DVDs, however, currently it still cannot yet deal with protected DVD discs, let alone Blu-ray discs. So you’ll need to add an intermediate step. After searching from Goolgle, you may found it’s not difficult to find a Lossless Blu-ray to MKV Converter. After investigated many brands,Pavtube ByteCopy is bee’s knees, which can helps you easily realize this, by converting Blu-ray to MKV videos for NAS. Specially designed to convert Blu-ray to MKV videos, this Blu-ray to MKV ripper could effortlessly rip Blu-ray to MKV files with ultra-high output quality. 

And with the “Copy entire disc” option of the Blu-ray Ripper, you are able to make a successful and full copy of protected Blu-ray movie. Plus, you can just copy the movie only from your BD with its Directly Copy feature. What’s more, this Blu-ray ripping tool provides hundreds presets for iPad Pro, Apple TV 4iPhone 7, iPhone 6s/6s Plus, Nexus 10, Kindle Fire HDX, Samsung Galaxy Tab S2, BlackBerry Priv, etc iOS/Android based media devices for easier enjoyment. 

With it, ripping Blu-ray to MKV for Synology NAS is simple as ABC. After downloding, follow the wizard to install and run the program. The mac version is Pavtube ByteCopy for Mac. Then follow the steps below to convert Blu-ray to Synology NAS comaptible formats in a few clicks! 

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How to rip Blu-ray to Synologoy NAS friendly MKV video for uploading onto iPad/TV 

Step 1: Load Blu-ray movies Insert your Blu-ray disc into your BD drive, run the Blu-ray Ripper for Synologoy NAS and click disc icon to load Blu-ray movies. 


Step 2. Choose output format 

Click on the drop-down list of Format, and then choose Common Video > MKV HD(*.mkv) as output format for your iPad or TV from Synologoy NAS. With this format, users can keep best Blu-ray entertainment. 


Step 3. Change settings to achieve better Blu-ray enjoyment 

Go to the “Profile Settings” screen to adjust audio and video settings to the best level for your playback device. On “Profile Settings” screen, you can change parameters like size, bitrate, frame rate, channels, etc. If you are not sure what kind of devices you’ll play it on, just forget it and keep default setting( optimal setting for common devices). 


Step 4: Backup Blu-ray to MKV 

Hit on the “Convert” button and start ripping Blu-ray to MKV format for Synologoy NAS. Thanks to its powerful features, it would take about half an hour to complete the task. Open output folder and find the ripped MKV file. 

Now you can stream converted Blu-ray on Synologoy NAS, so that you can enjoy blu-ray on any portable devices (including iPad and TV). Have fun! 

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