Q: “RAID is a way of storing the same data in different places (thus, redundantly) on multiple hard disks. My goal is to rip all of my collection of Blu-ray & DVD discs to upload on a RAID 1 network drive, for storage and playback through my TV and tablet. But the only issue is how to get my copy protected Blu-ray/DVD films off disc for use onto RAID 1 network drive without having to dig out my disc?”
To achieve this goal, an easy-to-use Blu-ray/DVD Converter is the key. Here Pavtube ByteCopy (Read review) is such a wise choice for you to solve the problem. It is the No.1 fast BD/DVD conversion software in the market which can save your entire Blu-ray and DVD library as back-ups to RAID 1 network drive in MP4/AVI format.
Once being converted to digital files, your movie library can be stored/uploaded and streamed later for different uses. You can play the files directly on portable devices for daughter, on media players for family members, get them for private comfortable viewing on PC, Mac or even edit them in Windows Movie Maker. Mac version is here. The following how-to guide on Windows PC can be taken for reference:
Copy Blu-ray/DVD to RAID 1 network drive for storage and viewing
1. Load Blu-ray/DVD movies
Run the Blu-ray/DVD Ripper and click “BD/DVD disc” icon to load Blu-ray or DVD movies for converting. You can also import movies files from BD/DVD folder, ISO image files.
2. Select RAID 1 network drive compatible formats
Click the Format bar to select output profile for your RAID 1 network drive, say “H.264 HD Video(*.mp4)” or “AVI HD Video(*.avi)” from “HD Video”.
3. Convert Blu-ray/DVD movies to RAID 1 network drive
After all necessary settings, you can just click the “Convert” button to start converting your Blu-ray/DVD movies. After the conversion, click Open to get the output files for your RAID 1 network drive.
4. Copy the converted DVD to RAID 1 network drive
Now you can connect RAID 1 network drive and copy the converted DVD files via USB cable. Okay, just enjoy wondeful DVD films on mobile devices via your RAID 1 network drive.