Play ISO file on Hard Drive on TV using WD Media Player

“ I attempted to convert an stand of DVD ISO video files on my hard drive to an mp4 file to be played on my TV using a WD media player. Is there Any Suggestion for helping me solve the WD Media Player ISO playback issues? ”

To backup Blu-ray/DVD discs keeping lossless video quality, you can copy M2TS/VOB streams straightly from Blu-ray/DVD, or make the whole Blu-ray and DVD into an ISO image file. But there is a problem – you will find that the ISO files are not directly supported by WD TV Media Player? In order to enjoy ISO file on Hard Drive on TV using WD Media Player, you need to convert the Blu-ray/DVD ISO file to WDTV Media Player supported format like MP4. Here, Simple Pavtube ISO to MP4 Converter is the best. Learn Why Choose Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate?

With it, you can ripping the latest 3D/2D Blu-ray, DVD as well as the ISO image files from Blu-ray/DVD for WD TV Media Player and convert to such as AVI, WMV, RMVB, MOV, MPEG-4, H.264, MKV, VOB, etc various video formats for some popular smartphones and tablets as well as editing software. Besides, you can also handle the latest Blu-ray/DVD. With this smart tool, ISO to MP4 conversion becomes so easy and fun. The Mac version is: iMedia Converter for Mac.

To play ISO files on WDTV, you should rip ISO image files to WDTV playable formats as bellow:

  • Video formats and codecs: MPEG1/2/4, WMV9, AVI, H.264, MKV, MOV (MPEG4, H.264), M2TS, TP, TRP, TS, MP4, ASF, VOB (unprotected or unencrypted)
  • Audio formats and codecs: MP3, WAV/PCM/LPCM, WMA, AAC, FLAC, MKA, AIF/AIFF, OGG, Dolby Digital, DTS.

Step by Step to Convert ISO files to Hard Drive for WDTV Media Player

Step 1: Load ISO files.

Run the Video Converter Ultimate on PC, and click “File > Add Video/Audio” to add ISO, MKV, AVI, WMV, VOB videos. To import DVD and Blu-ray, please hit “Load files” icon.

Note: You’ll need an external Blu-ray drive if want to plugin your Blu-ray to this computer.

Step 2: Choose Hard Drive/WDTV Supported Format

Click Format and choose MP4 video from Common Video, which can be recognized by Hard Drive/WDTV well. MKV is also a good choice; as a container format it takes whatever you give it. Or choose HD MP4/HD MKV from “HD Video”. And then click the Browse button to specify an output folder to save the converted files.

Step 3: Adjust output profile parameters

For better playback ISO movies on WDTV, you can adjust the output video parameters according to your WDTV video playback specifications.

Step 4: Start ISO to MP4 Conversion

Finally, hit the “Convert” button at the bottom of the main interface to start the conversion. It will automatically convert ISO to Hard Drive/WDTV compatible video files.

Once the conversion is finished, click “Open” to quickly find the converted movies. Now start streaming the converted ISO to WD TV player.

Note: DLNA is really wonderful, it means the freedom to access, enjoy and share music, photos and videos/movies at any corner of your home. It enables you to connect all of your digital products (DLNA certified) – regardless of the manufacturers. Through DLNA, your PC can talk to your TV, your cell phone can communicate with your printer, and your WD TV HD player can interact with your NAS server as I did. (Learn how to Connect WD TV to Home Theater System.

Hot News for all Mac users! Pavtube Studio has launched a user-requested upgrade for all its Mac BD/DVD and package tools: DVDAid for Mac, BDMagic for Mac, ByteCopy for Mac, iMedia Converter for Mac to version 4.8.5.1, which focuses on the addition of the H.265 encoders and decoders.

New features of iMedia Converter for Mac v4.8.5.1:

1. Supported to encode H.265/HEVC codec
2. Optimize coding parameters
3. Fix some bugs

Now, you can freely playback the Any HD Video files or ISO files on on TV using WD Media Player for Hard drive. Have fun!

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