Q: Has anyone ripped their DVD collection for streaming via Plex and playing on Xbox One?
“I have about 250 DVDs and it seems like it’d be very time consuming and tedious. There’s all kinds of DVD Ripping software out there (some free, some not) with a variety of different options. It seems a bit overwhelming. Is there a good one to get set the way I want the DVD’s to rip a few DVD’s for my Xbox One per day until it’s done? For streaming via Plex, is there any particular quality/bitrate that’s preferable for doing this? Any help/input would be greatly appreciated.”
You may have the same troubles as below. Have more than 250 DVD collections? Want to rip and backup DVD to Plex media server so that you can stream DVD movies via Plex onto Xbox One to watch anytime you want without having to pull out the DVD disc? The tutorial is offering a easy way. After searched on Google, as “Best DVD Ripper + Plex “, “Rip DVD to Plex for Xbox One” and so on. you may find that best software to import into Plex and one of the Plex forums top recommended is Pavtube ByteCopy (Read review).
This is a professional DVD Ripper for Plex.
With it, you can easily convert the commercial DVD movies to Plex compatible video formats or almost all regular video formats like MP4, MOV, MKV, FLV, WMV, AVI, etc. and even extract MP3, WMA, FLAC, OGG, etc. audio with high quality and fast speed. It aims to solve the program by giving us the ability to store our purchased physical DVD discs to local computer, hard drive then stream over a home network for Plex Media Server and iPad Air, iPhone 6s Plus, Smart TV, Apple TV, Roku 4, Xbox One, PS4, or other portable devices playback.
If you are using Windows-based computer, then Pavtube ByteCopy is exactly what you need. It is well compatible with Windows operating system and converting with fast speed and extremely high quality. Mac users just turn to Pavtube ByteCopy for Mac, which performs well on Mac OS Sierra and lower.
Step-by-step: How to Convert/Copy DVD to Plex for using in Xbox One
Step 1: Load DVD movies
Run the DVD Ripper and click disc icon to load DVD movies for converting. You can also import Blu-ray discs with BD drive, files from BD/DVD folder or ISO image files.
Step 2: Decide output format
Click Format bar and choose MP4 from Common Video, which can be recognized by Plex well. MKV is also a good choice; If you are unwilling to degrade the HD video quality, “HD Video”-> “MKV HD Video (*.mkv)” is a better choice for you. (Read Plex Supported Format and Installation)
Step 3: Advanced settings to get better quality (optional)
If the default settings can’t meet your needs, you can freely to adjust these parameters including video bit rate, frame rate, video size, audio channel, audio codec, sample rate, etc.
Step 4. Start converting DVD movies to Xbox
When all settings are done, simply click the Convert button to begin the conversion from DVD to Plex/Xbox One. Few minutes later, you can find your DVD files have been ready for Plex and then stream to Xbox One for watching