Store Blu-ray/DVD Movies/TV shows to MyBookLive NAS for Share

The Western Digital My Book Live NAS server is easy to use, fast, and affordable. Simplify your digital life by consolidating your movies, music, photos, and files in one location for everyone on your wired or wireless network to share with a Western Digital My Book Live Network-Attached Storage drive. If you’ve lots of downloaded movies (MKV, AVI, WMV, MKV, M2TS etc) or Blu-ray, DVD and want to transfer them to MyBook Live for streaming with ease, here is a simple tutorial for you. In this article, we will show you the easiest way to transcode any Videos to WD MyBook Live NAS supported video formats with best quality.

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“I need a kind of tool which can help me converting my Blu-ray and DVDs movies and TV shows, and the ripped movies/TV shows are stored on my MyBookLive network attached storage. So, I googling “video converter” and find the Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate! The output format i just choose as “.mp4” as it plays on all of my devices and computers. ”

Maybe, you have met the same problems, from the MyBookLive NAS offical website we know that MyBookLive NAS cannot directly play the Blu-ray/DVD Movies/TV shows, so the best solution is that: find a top Video Converter Ultimate for MyBookLive NAS storage.

This Top Video Converter for MyBookLive NAS With Highest praise: “I can’t really think of a feature or improvement…Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate does everything I need.”

Here, Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate is an easy-to-use yet professional program for MyBookLive NAS Owners. It takes everything from the Blu-ray/DVD/TV Shows. With it, you can convert the 2016 Oscars winners Blu-ray/DVD movies/downloaded HD Videos to almost all regular video formats like MKV, MP4, MOV, FLV WMV, AVI, etc. for storage on WD My Book Live and playback on TV in fast ripping speed and high output quality. In addition, the built-in video editor lets you personalize your Blu-ray/DVD/Video by trimming, cropping, rotating, adding watermarks, adjusting video effects, and adding external subtiles (*.srt and *.ass, *.ssa) to your movie videos. Here is review.

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Backup Blu-ray/DVD Movies/TV shows to MyBookLive NAS for Devices

Step 1: Add Blu-ray/DVD Movies/TV shows

Launch the program, click the “Add Video” icon to add MKV, AVI, VOB, MPG, Tivo, FLV videos which you want to convert by clicking the “Add file” button. You can select your desired subtitle from “Subtitle” box below the chapter list.

Tip: If the file you want to convert is Tivo recording, the program will ask you to enter your Media Access Key. Do as the program requires, and then click “OK” to continue.

Step 2. Select the output format

Click “Profile” and select MP4 from Common Video category as the output format. To get better quality, you can choose MP4-HD from HD Video category.

Note: MP4 is supported by nearly all multimedia devices and media players, including iPhone 7, Samsung Galaxy S7, PS4, Quicktime, WMP, etc so that you can broadcast your Movies via MyBookLive NAS on various devices.

Tip: If you think the video size this not suitable for your Android Tablet or Phone, you can first choose any one of the provided type, then change the settings. Please remember the file size is based more on bitrate than resolution which means bitrate higher results in bigger file size, and lower visible quality loss.

Step 3. Stream Movies onto WD My Book Live.

When all the settings are OK, click “Convert” button to start converting Blu-ray/DVD/HD movies to MP4 videos for WD MyBook Live NAS. After the copying process completes, you can get the final output files by clicking “Open” button with ease, then copy resulting file to My Book Live and then stream onto your Media Players/Devices.

Note:Whether you can use MyBookLive NAS have a connected TV, smartphone, tablet, laptop, WD TV Live media player, Blu-ray Disc player, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, or Roku 4, enjoy your content wherever you go.

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Enjoy 2016 All 3D Movies via USB/NAS on Toshiba TV

Toshiba HDTVs are popular on the market, there are many excellent HDTVs released by Toshiba in recent years, such as Toshiba 4K TV, Toshiba 3D TV, etc. after bought the new Toshiba TV, a few of users would like to play 3D movies on Toshiba TV from USB or NAS, because play movies from USB flash drive or NAS devices are very convenient, and 3D movies can give you different experience. Do you want to watch all kinds of 3D movies on Toshiba TV from USB or NAS? Have you got some 3D Blu-rays, DVDs or HD videos like MKV, AVI, MOV, MP4 and FLV? All of them can not be played Toshiba TV.

Are you trying to find out the answer? Self-help is better than help from others. So, if you have purchased 3D Blu-ray, 2D Blu-ray, or downloaded MKV, AVI, WMV, MOV, M4V, FLV, MPG, etc. videos, you can follow the guide below to convert videos to 3D videos, and then play 3D movies on Toshiba TV from USB or NAS.

Thanks to a variety of very cool Pavtube 3D Video Converter Ultimate, it helped lots of 3D movie fans and very easy to use. It not only for Create 3D movies out of 2D sources, but also can create 3D movies out of source 3D Blu-ray content in 5 different 3D video formats: MKV, MP4, MOV, WMV and AVI for multiple 3D media players like HTC EVO 3D, LG Optimus 3D P920, 3D HDTV, 3D game consoles, etc.

What’s more, this app is regarded as a great Blu-ray ripping program to help users to convert 2D/3D Blu-ray collections for various HDTVs including but not limited to Samsung HDTV, Sony Bravia HDTV, LG Smart TV, Toshiba TV, Hisense HDTV, Seiki TV, VIZIO TV and so forth. For Mac users, iMedia Converter for Mac is a helpful app to encode videos for further usage. Here is the review.

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Step 1. Load the downloaded 3D video files.

Launch the 3D movies Converter on PC, and click “Add Video” button to load your favorite 3D movies(MKV, MOV, AVI, ISO, MTS, M4V, FLV, etc). Mac users can try a Mac 3D Video Converter. Besides,It allows you complete 3D to 3D Blu-ray conversion by ripping 3D Blu-ray discs and DVD discs to different brands of TVs, mobile devices, media players, editing software, etc.

Step 2. Set Toshiba TV Blu-ray Player friendly format.

Click Format and select “MP4 Side-by-Side 3D Video(*.mp4)” under 3D Video. In general, MP4 is a well-accepted file format for Toshiba TV, media players or 3DTV and keep up the video quality. Of course, 3D video in .mp4, 3D video in .avi are supported as well. Differences Between Anaglyph 3D and Side-by-Side 3D.

Tips: You can also Click “Format” drop-down option. You are directly select TV optimized file format under “TVS” menu, select the suitable TV format according to your TV brand.

Step 3. Start rip 3D Blu-ray disc

Hit on the “Convert” button and 2D/3D Blu-ray to Toshiba TV conversion begins. After the conversion completes, open output folder and you will find the copied or ripped movies. Now you could store ripped 3D Blu-ray movies on NAS, USB, HDD, and Plex media server, then stream to USB/NAS for watching on Toshiba TV.

How wonderful it will be if we can enjoy 3D movies on Toshiba TV by ourselves. After you read this article you will get the best 3D movie converter, which can help you convert 2D/3D movies to 3D movies in any formats you need, and then you can play 3D movies on Toshiba TV from USB or NAS smoothly.

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The 20 Biggest 3D Movies of 2016 and 3D Movies Playback Tips

3D movies are certain to form an important chapter. Once dismissed as a gimmick, stereoscopic 3D has now firmly entered the mainstream. It’s becoming the norm for cinema tickets to come with a pair of polarized glasses, and more and more homes now have 3D-ready flatscreen TVs and projectors. Increasingly, special versions of films are being made in IMAX 3D too, not to mention incredible 360-degree versions for the new virtual reality technologies such as Occulus Rift. But while the technology’s advancing apace, which 3D movies are actually worth watching?

Remind yourself what the best 3D movies were in 2015.

Check out our selection of this year’s biggest 3D movies (listed in release-date order) and let us know in the comments which ones you’re excited about, and why…

01. Kung Fu Panda 3

Dreamworks’ martial-arts comedy franchise seems all but unstoppable, and is a shining symbol of the growing importance of China in the CG animation industry.

This third installment will be the first time a major American animated feature has been co-produced with a Chinese company. There’s even a Chinese version where the characters’ lips are synced with the native dialogue.

More importantly for audiences everywhere, it looks like being a ton of rompish fun. Directed by Jennifer Yuh Nelson, the threequel will see our hero take on a supernatural villain and feature the voice talents of (deep breath…) Jack Black, Bryan Cranston, Dustin Hoffman, Angelina Jolie, J.K. Simmons, Jackie Chan, Seth Rogen, Lucy Liu, David Cross and Kate Hudson.

02. Zootopia

Amidst a decade of sequels, prequels, reboots and reimaginings, it’s great when Disney take a chance on a new, original story. They pulled it off last year with superlative tear-jerker Inside Out; can Zootopia equal that critical and commercial success?

Directed by Byron Howard and Rich Moore, the 55th animated feature from Disney will be an “action-buddy comedy neo-noir adventure” that follows a rabbit cop pursuing the case of a missing otter.

At the very least, we expect a few good animal puns in there.

03. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

It’s the ultimate playground argument: who’d win in a fight between Batman and Superman? And now we get to actually see it, in glorious stereo 3D.

Director Zack Snyder brings back Henry Cavill as Superman, with Ben Affleck donning the Bat-cape. Amy Adams also appears as Wonder Woman, along with some other, more obscure superheroes you might remember being mentioned in The Big Bang Theory.

With some scenes filmed with IMAX cameras, what’s likely to be the year’s most spectacular blockbuster will be released in 2D, 3D, and IMAX 3D. And a quick glance at the explosively epic trailer suggests that you’ll probably want to see this one on the biggest screen possible.

Certainly, with companies like Double Negative, MPC, Scanline, Shade VFX, Teamworks Digital and Weta on board, the special effects alone should be worth the price of the cinema ticket.

04. The Jungle Book (2016)

We all love the swinging 1960s cartoon version of Rudyard Kipling’s tale of a boy raised by wild animals. But this new live-action, non-singing version, directed by Jon Favreau, gets a bit closer to the 1894 source material.

The special effects used to craft the various animal characters are a combination of motion capture techniques and computer animation done from scratch – Favreau said he wanted to avoid overusing mocap to prevent an ‘uncanny valley’ effect.

With a voice cast including Bill Murray, Ben Kingsley, Idris Elba, Scarlett Johansson and Christopher Walken, this looks like it could be the family film of the year.

05. Captain America: Civil War

We’re not sure why this third Captain America film wasn’t called “Iron Man vs Captain America”, because that’s exactly what it is.

Directed by Anthony and Joe Russo, the 13th installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe sees the Avengers split into two factions, one led by the good Cap and another by billionaire metal man Tony Stark.

With VFX duties being shared between ILM, Method, Rise FX, Trixter, Double Negative, Luma Pictures, Lola VFX, Cantina, Creative, Animal Logic and The Third Floor, be prepared for mammoth helpings of CG shock and awe from start to finish.

According to Joe Russo, around 15 minutes of the film, including one sequence “with some incredible scale to it”, has been shot with IMAX cameras, and the movie will be released in 2D, 3D and IMAX 3D.

06. The Angry Birds Movie

Who says the Disney/Dreamworks duopoly of animated kids movies can’t be broken?

Finnish games company Rovio is going to have a good crack at it with this $80 million CG movie version of their irritatingly addictive mobile phone game.

Directed by Clay Kaytis and Fergal Reilly, it looks from the trailer like it’s actually going to be pretty funny.

07. Alice Through the Looking Glass

This sequel to Tim Burton’s 2010 movie Alice in Wonderland sees Mia Wasikowska, Helena Bonham Carter and Johnny Depp return as Alice, the Red Queen and the Mad Hatter respectively.

The trailer also shows off some spectacular and surreal VFX, courtesy of Double Negative and Sony Pictures Imageworks.

We weren’t big fans of the first one, to be honest, but here’s hoping that more of the Lewis Carroll magic will rub off on Burton & co for this second outing.

08. X-Men: Apocalypse

The ninth installment in the X-Men series, this new episode continues the adventures of the younger versions of Charles Xavier and Magneto, played by James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender.

This one is set a decade after the events of Days of Future Past. We see the first and most powerful mutant, Apocalypse, awaken after thousands of years and, disillusioned with what he finds, recruits a team of mutants to “cleanse” humanity and create a new world order.

MPC and Digital Domain are among the companies sprinkling it all with lots of computer-generated destruction.

09. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows

As your momma always said, you can’t keep a good pizza-loving, genetically mutated amphibian down. And this sequel to 2014’s unexpectedly successful reboot of the franchise sees the turtle-y awesome heroes return to take on Shredder once more.

Expect to see more of the same ludicrously over-the-top, kid-friendly action-packed fun as last time. VFX will be led by ILM, under the supervision of Pablo Helman & Robert Weaver.

10. Warcraft

Released in some territories as Warcraft: The Beginning, this will be the first movie based on wildly popular online game World of Warcraft.

The film portrays the origin story of the initial encounters between the humans and orcs, from both sides of the conflict, and will take place in a variety of locations established in the game.

Moon director Duncan Jones, along with VFX studios ILM, Hybride and Rodeo FX, should bring a touch of class to proceedings.

11. Finding Dory

If ever a sidekick stole a picture, it was the amnesia-suffering, Pacific regal blue tang voiced by Ellen DeGeneres in Finding Nemo.

Now, six months after those events, Dory suddenly gets back her childhood memories and sets out to find her family, accompanied by Nemo and Marlin. All together now… “Just keep swimming, just keep swimming…”.

It’s unusual for Disney to release two major animated films in the one year. But with Pixar veteran Andrew Stanton in the director’s chair, this is sure to be one very big hit indeed.

12. Independence Day: Resurgence

Has the world been waiting for an Independent Day sequel? We’re not convinced, but here it is anyway – with Jeff Goldblum and Bill Pullman, but no Will Smith in sight.

Still, with Roland Emmerich returning as director, and modern CG techniques promising to bring the devastation like nothing before, this could worth watching just for the spectacle.

With VFX from MPC, Scanline, Image Engine and Luxx, the film will take place 20 years after the original, when reinforcements of the original alien race arrive at Earth after finally receiving a distress call.

13. The BFG

It’s taken a fair while for Roald Dahl’s much-loved children’s book The Big Friendly Giant to reach the silver screen.

Producers Frank Marshall and Kathleen Kennedy began development for a big budget adaptation way back 1991, and Robin Williams was talked about for the lead role in 1998.

But it’s director Steven Spielberg who’s finally got the oversized one into cinemas for 2016. With some CG magic courtesy of Weta Digital, this looks likely to enrapture a new generation of kids the world over.

14. The Legend of Tarzan

Skipping the origin story, this new adventure of the man raised by apes takes place years after he left the jungle.

Tarzan is now invited back to the Congo to serve as a trade emissary of Parliament, unaware that he’s a pawn in a deadly convergence of greed and revenge.

Alexander Skarsgård takes the lead role, with Samuel L. Jackson and Margot Robbie adding a touch of class to the cast. The visual effects come courtesy of Framestore, Lola, Method Studios, MPC, Rising Sun and Rodeo FX.

15. Ghostbusters 3

Yes, the Ghostbusters are back, but – shock, horror – there’s no Bill Murray or Dan Akykroyd this time.

Instead, this action-packed comedy movie’s a complete reboot of the 1984 original, with a bunch of female academics antogonising the spirit world this time around.

Still, with supreme comedy talent like Melissa McCarthy and Kristen Wiig taking part, we’re expecting this to be a corker, which brings a whole new generation of kids into the weird world of the Ghostbusters.

16. Ice Age: Collision Course

Who’d have thought the Ice Age franchise would stretch to five movies? Although to be fair, the concept behind the global cooling comedy has been pretty stretched too.

Directed by Mike Thurmeier and Galen T. Chu, this latest episode sees Scratt (wait for it…) go on an adventure in outer space. Hmmm.

So we’re moving way, way beyond any sense of prehistorical realism. But the kids are still probably going to love this new chapter in the Ice Age story. Best to just go with it, really.

17. Star Trek Beyond

The third in the rebooted Star Trek series, this latest film will be released in July to celebrate the 50th birthday of the long-running franchise.

Producer JJ Abrams didn’t direct this time, due to Star Wars: The Force Awakens commitments – that role went to Justin Lin. All the main cast are back, though, while VFX are provided by Double Negative and Atomic Fiction.

This time around, we see the crew attacked by a powerful unstoppable wave of unknown aliens, who destroy the Enterprise and leave them stranded on a new planet.

18. Pete’s Dragon

The logo for the new film – we’re still waiting for the trailer

The original 1977 live action/cel animation hybrid Pete’s Dragon isn’t exactly everyone’s favourite Disney film. But maybe that’s the point of this remake.

There won’t be any songs in this new version, but there will be a brand new, CGI dragon and Robert Redford as the storyteller. And who knows, it might even be, you know, good…

19. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’ was a 2001 mock textbook written by British author J. K. Rowling (under the pseudonym Newt Scamander) about the magical creatures in the Harry Potter universe.

It was originally penned to raise money for Comic Relief. But now it’s serving as the inspiration for a brand new movie trilogy set in the Harry Potter universe, with VFX courtesy of Cinesite, Double Negative, Framestore, MPC and Rodeo FX.

The story revolves around Newt Scamander’s (Eddie Redmayne) arrival at the Magical Congress of the United States of America, which unwittingly results in the escape of a number of dangerous creatures. This sends the U.S. wizarding authorities after Newt, and threatens the state of magical and non-magical relations. Oh, those muggles!

20. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

The first still to be released from the next Star Wars film

A few years back, Disney gave George Lucas an awful lot of loot for the right to make Star Wars films. And now they’re starting to cash in on their investment by releasing a new Star Wars film a year, no less.

We won’t get the sequel to Star Wars: The Force Awakens this Christmas, though: that’ll come in 2017. But we will get this new, standalone film, which takes place in the years before the 1977 original.

Directed by Gareth Edwards of Monsters and Godzilla fame, Rogue One will see a group of resistance fighters attempting to steal plans for the Death Star. A Star Wars prequel? What could possibly go wrong there…?


All of these movies deserve to collect and actually many people have bought their DVD/Blu-ray disc to collect onto their shelf. If you want to backup these DVD/Blu-ray discs as replica for safe storage or rip and convert DVD/Blu-ray to other 3D format, you are recommended Pavtube BDMagic. (Mac version). This video software can rip and backup commercial 3D DVD/Blu-ray to 3D MP4, MKV, AVI, MOV, etc for your home theater equipment without video quality loss. And in profile settings, you are allowed to adjust 3D depth. (Read review).

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Why Samsung TV Cannot Play the Video Format?

Q: “ MY Samsung 4K TV won’t play MP4 or MOV? Hi I’m having a hard time trying to play my 4K content on my Samsung UHD tv. I’ve tried both file formats and no luck. Any ideas?”

If you have the same questions and want to play videos from your computer using it. You are at the right place, as we will be telling you how to achieve that in simple and easy steps. Take a look at the short guide that we have made for you.

At first, your Samsung TV usually comes with a manual that lists the different video formats that it can support however; in general the Samsung TVs can support the following formats without any issues. Samsung TV supported video formats:


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How to use Samsung TV to play videos from computer

Samsung Smart TV lets you share your videos and other media files over a WiFi network easily and is DLNA compliant. All that you have to do is to use the All Share app that comes with it inbuilt and also ensure that your computer is configured as a DLNA server.

Step 1: Configure your computer as a DLNA server

• Open the Charm Bar (Windows 8) and then Settings

• Hit on the WiFi icon

• Find your WiFi network and right click on it

• Select the option ‘Turn Sharing On and Off’

• On the next screen, choose ‘Yes…’ to enable sharing and connect to all compatible devices

Step 2: Use Samsung TV to access the video content on your computer

• Switch on your Samsung TV now

• Click on the Smart Hub button

• Launch the All Share Play app

• From the app’s main window, select the category Videos and then play the one you want

How to Convert Videos for your Samsung TV from USB

The follow will describe a simple step by step guide on how to convert Video Format to Samsung TV format. It also applies to converting other video or audio formats to Samsung TV supported one.

Here, Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate is just the right Video to Samsung TV Converter which can fast and batch convert MKV, AVI, WMV, H.265/HEVC, FLV, MOV, MP4, MTS, VOB, M2TS, AVCHD etc HD Videos/Blu-ray/DVD to Samsung TV format on Mac or Windows.

* Learn >> Why Choose Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate.

Besides converting MP4 to Samsung TV video format, Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate also helps to convert FLV, VOB, MOV, WTV, DVR, RMVB, DV, MKV, MP4, AVCHD, MTS, MXF, SWF, Apple ProRes, OGV, MVI and etc to Samsung TV video format. It even can convert WMA, FLAC, WAV, AIFF, Apple Lossless, M4A, AAC, AC3, RA, AU, 3GA, MKA, DTS, APE, OGG, Opus and more audio to Samsung TV supported MP3. For Mac users, iMedia Converter for Mac is a helpful app to encode videos for further usage.

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Step Guide: How to Converter Video files on Samsung TV via USB Port

Step 1. Launch the Samsung TV Video Converter and import Video files.

Drag & drop MP4 files to the program directly. Or go to the “File” menu, choose “Add Video” to locate the MP4 files you want to add. You can add several files to do batch conversion.

Tip: Freely select the subtitles for you MP4 movies from the “Subtitles” option. Thus, you can watch MP4 on Samsung TV via USB Port with Subtitle.

Step 2: Set Output video format for Samsung TV.

Click the drop-down button on the right side of the “Format” to select “MP4” from “Format > HD H.264 Vdieo (mp4)” Category, Which is suitable for Samsung TV and also for USB Port.

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Tip: Click “Settings” button, then you are able to adjust all the settings in the following window to customize the output file quality, including codec, size, bit rate, frame rate, sample rate and audio channel.

Step 3: Start converting videos to Samsung TV.

After the above steps are done, you can click “Convert” button to convert your Any Videos to Samsung TV comfortable MP4 format. Easy operation and faster conversion speed, these two are the most outstanding points of this Samsung TV video converter. Learn >>How to Move Movies From USB to a TV?.

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Backup 2016 Oscars ISO Files to QNAP TS-469-PRO for Game Consoles Playback

Chances are you have stored a bunch of .ISO image of DVD/Blu-ray in your computer or server, ever thought of streaming those Oscars ISO image files via DLNA to PS3, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS Vita, Wii, Wii U and all Game Consoles. But you will find it is a painful try for just copying DVD/Blu-ray ISO files to QNAP TS-469-Pro directly for playing on most media streamers. Don’t worry, this below guide will teach you how to copy DVD/Blu-ray ISO videos to QNAP TS-469-Pro for streaming without any troubles.

Many people love to save their favorite 2016 Oscars Blu-ray/DVD as ISO files for backup on computer. However, ISO is not supported by QNAP TS-469-PRO device, and as far as we know, MP4, MKV are commonly supported formats for computer, Game Consoles, Apple TV, iOS devices, Roku player, etc via streaming videos from QNAP TS-469-Pro. Thus , what you need is a professional ISO to QNAP NAS converter tool that supports converting ISO to MP4/MKV for QNAP TS-469-Pro streaming with the best quality.

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Get Backed up ISO files to QNAP TS-469-PRO compatible with Game Consoles

For viewing ISO files on Game Consoles, a dead easy way is to rip ISO into a format the Game Consoles can play. And after that, just connect it with USB or just transfer to Game Consoles from HDD.

To complete your task, you need the assistant of a ISO converting program called Pavtube BDMagic (Read review) which is capable of converting ISO files from Blu-ray/DVD to PS3, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS Vita, Wii, Wii U supported video format with fast speed and excellent output quality so that you can play ISO videos on Game Consoles without any limitations. About 200+ preset profiles available for Apple, Android, and Microsoft devices make ISO playback pretty easier than ever. What’s more, this program comes with a built-in video editor that allows you to edit your movie files by trimming, cropping, adjusting video effects, etc. Now download this tool and follow the instructions below.


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Stream/Convert/Extract ISO files to QNAP TS-469-PRO for Game Consoles readable format

1. Add Oscars ISO image files

Run the ISO to Game Consoles Converter program and click disc button to add the ISO files. As you can see, you can also load DVD Folders and IFO files to rip.

2. Choose output format

Click Format bar and choose “PS3 Video(AC3 5.1)(*.avi)”, “PS3 Video(480P) MPEG-4(*.mp4)”, “PS3 Video(720P) MPEG-4(*.mp4)”, “PS3 Video(1080P) MPEG-4(*.mp4)” from PSP/PS3, which can also be recognized by PlayStation 4 well.

Tip– Advanced settings: With the right settings you can retain the quality of the original DVD while also saving space. This is particularly helpful when streaming over your network. Simply click Settings bar and you can tweak the settings to your satisfaction and even save it as preset.

3. Start converting ISO files

Finally, hit the “Convert” button at the bottom of the main interface to start to rip ISO to Game Consoles recognized video. When everything is done, you can stream converted files to your PS3, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS Vita, Wii, Wii U from PC/Mac via USB for infinite playback.

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