Once you’ve got a DVD on hand, you can do all kinds of other cool stuff with it: watch it on PC/Mac, plug it into TV USB drive so that it’ll play on your big screen with awesome high video quality. However sometime it’s lots of troubles holding a stack of heavy disc sets and you have to switch disc one by one.
Considering the annoying FBI warnings that tell you how much trouble you can get in for doing disc copy, what can we do to make it easier for DVD enjoyment on a Smart TV at home?
To watch all of your DVD collections on Smart TV from time to time, the ideal solution is to rip DVD to MP4 in HD quality, stream them Smart TV via NAS or USB Flash drive! Both NAS and USB drive can be of big file storage really and you may find that just storing the DVD files can’t be easier!
Is it easy to make a HD MP4 copy of your DVD? Take a try with Pavtube ByteCopy (review) . This software is just designed to backup DVD to MP4 in different video quality to meet your own requirements: H.264 MP4, multi-track MP4, H.265 MP4, etc. With this DVD to Smart TV Converter, you can easily store DVD movie on NAS or USB Flash drive for watching on Smart TV without a hitch.
Transcode DVD movies to NAS/USB for streaming to Smart TV
Step 1. Run this Pavtube ByteCopy, load DVD discs, DVD folder, DVD ISO image files. This program will help you analysis ISO files automatically so that there’s no need to run virtual drive to mount ISO image files any more.
Step 2. Click the “Format” menu, here you are suggested to choose “Common Video -> MKV(Matroska) Video (*.mkv)”. H.264 MP4 format also is OK.
Tip: If you want to backup your DVD movies with keeping multiple audio tracks and subtitles, ByteCopy will be you ideal tool. Just select “Lossless/encoded Multi-track MKV(*mkv)” format to output the lossless mkv format.
Step 3: If you like, modify profile settings such as video size, bitrate, frame rate, etc. to get optimized video and audio playback.
Step 4: Return to ByteCopy main interface, and hit the “Convert” button to start encoding DVD to mkv format.
Once it finishes, open output folder, locate the created mkv file and you can transform the converted files to NAS media server/USB drive and get them played on Smart TV. Time to say goodbye to heavy, cumbersome DVD sets!