The ISO file format is an excellent file type for data storage and backup, especially suited to backup media like Blu-ray/DVD. To manage your ISO files on kinds of DLNA compatible devices like iPad Air 2, iPad Air, iPad Mini 3/2, you’d better convert ISO to the correct format before storing ISO files on NAS drive since it doesn’t support ISO format syncing.
To help you stream and play ISO files on iPad Air 2, iPad Air, iPad Mini 3/2 via NAS on Mac without problems, here is simple tutorial for you. To finish the task, what you need is a just a common ISO converter like Pavtube ByteCopy for Mac. (Learn why choose it)
The program can help you not only rip ISO to NAS/iPad Air 2/iPad Air/iPad Mini 3/iPad Mini 2 supported video format fast on Mac while keeping the original video quality, but also transcode ISO to almost all regular video formats, including AVI, MOV, M4V, WMV, MPG, 3GP, FLV, F4V, etc. Meanwhile, it also comes with useful editing functions, like video joining, video trimming, splitting, cropping, etc. Get the ISO converter and follow the tips to finish your ISO to NAS conversion on Mac (Mac OS Sierra supported).
Convert ISO to NAS for iPad Air(2), iPad Mini 3/2 on Mac without Quality Loss
STEP 1. Add ISO image files
Run the Mac ISO to NAS Converter program and click DVD disc button to add the ISO files. As you can see, you can also load DVD Folders and IFO files to rip.
Tip: To select the subtitles you like, simply click Subtitle and select the one you prefer.
STEP 2. Decide output format
Tap Format bar and choose a proper output format. To stream videos over DLNA from NAS, you’d choose a NAS and DLNA supported video format like H.264 MP4 from “Common Video”. If you want to keep 1080p resolution as source movie, you can choose HD Video > H.264 HD Video(*.mp4) as output format. Or directly choose iPad Mini/iPad Air format from “iPad” option.
Tip: If the default parameters do not meet your needs, you can click “Settings” to change the video encoder, resolution, frame rate, etc. as you wish. With the right settings you can retain the quality of the original ISO while also saving space. This is particularly helpful when streaming over your network.
STEP 3. Convert ISO for storing on NAS on Mac
Click Convert button to start converting ISO to MKV/MP4 for NAS streaming on Mac. After the conversion, you can get the resulted videos by clicking the “Open” button and then you can connect your DLNA devices (iPad Air(2), iPad Mini 3/2) to the NAS drive for video syncing and home viewing. (See How to use Plex with a QNAP NAS?)