Samsung 960 PRO SSD is ideal for high-end PCs and workstations, the 960 PRO boasts a cutting-edge 48-layer Samsung V-NAND-based architecture that delivers next-generation performance in a compact M.2 form factor. If you want a big place to store your DVD backups, Samsung 960 PRO SSD is an ideal choice.
How to Copy DVD to Samsung 960 PRO SSD with Original Quality?
To copy DVD to Samsung 960 PRO SSD as videos, you need a DVD ripping tool. Here Pavtube ByteCopy is highly recommended to help you rip your favorite DVD movies to Samsung 960 PRO SSD as video files in MP4, AVI, MOV, WMV and more with fantastic output quality and lightning conversion speed. In addition, it comes with a built-in video editor that allows you to trim, crop, rotate DVD, etc. so as to get the very part and effect you want. In addition, Pavtube ByteCopy also supports rip Blu-ray and 4K Blu-ray to Samsung 960 PRO SSD in lossless MKV container with TrueHD 7.1 and DTS HD MA audio. When you copy DVD and Blu-ray to HEVC and H.264/AVC codec, you can use NVIDIA HEVC Encoder to accelerate the ripping speed. YOu can learn the details here: ByteCopy Joined H.265 NVIDIA to 30X Realtime 4K H.265 Encoding
If you’re using a Mac, just get the equivalent Mac version called Pavtube ByteCopy for Mac to save your DVD to Samsung 960 PRO SSD on Mac OS X (macOS Sierra suported). Download the right version and follow the steps below to copy DVD to Samsung 960 PRO SSD with ease.
Step 1. Import DVD/Blu-ray movie
Install ByteCopy and run the software. Insert DVD into the DVD-ROM, for Blu-ray disc, Blu-ray drive is required. Click on “DVD ROM” and the software will import DVD movie from the optical drive and arrange them as a directory in file list. You can check any of the episodes and view them in the preview window. Taking snapshots can be done by one click on Snapshoot button when previewing. You can load DVD folder or DVD ISO/IFO image file in the same way by clicking on “DVD folder” or “IFO/ISO”. If you have some Blu-rays, you can load it from Blu-ray drive to convert Blu-ray to lossless MKV for storing on SSD.
Step 2: Rip DVD to lossless MKV
For lossless quality, you are suggested to rip DVD to lossless MKV format which can preserve all the title, languages of the audio streams, subtitle or caption tracks, fonts for those subtitles, images, chapter information, and menus.
Step 3. Adjust video settings(Optional)
If the default A/V settings cannot fit your needs, you can click “Settings” button to custom the output video and audio settings by yourself. But if you are not good at it, you’d better use the default parameters, they will ensure you a good balance between file size and image quality basically.
Step 4.Start to convert Blu-ray/DVD to SSD
Press the “Convert” button on the bottom-right corner to start doing video conversion. The larger the DVD/Blu-ray files are, the more conversion time should be taken.
After the conversion done, you can then get the converted DVD/Blu-ray files by clicking “Open output folder” button, the you can copy the files to Samsung 960 PRO SSD.