Thursday, April 7, 2016

Backup Blu-ray to QNAP TBS-453A M.2 SSD-based NASbook

Blu-Ray discs are fragile and susceptible to scratches, nicks, and getting lost. So you want an easily and quickly way to make a backup Blu-ray to QNAP TBS-453A M.2 SSD-based NASbook right? this tutorial offer the best Blu-Ray backup today, check the tutorial now. 

In the attic somewhere piled some Blu-Ray discs of wonderful movies, to backup and keep those blu-Ray discs on your computer. in this way, the blu-ray movies will directly playing with general media player and the Blu-ray player via QNAP NAS when you get home. you can enjoy them without everything to get up off your couch to drop a disc in the blu-ray player and needn’t to mess around with physical discs.

But how to watching Blu-ray movies without installing Blu-ray codecs via QNAP NAS? What is the best way to backupBlu-ray - An amazing with an unbelievably large amount of blu-ray disc memories inventions to QNAP TBS-453A M.2 SSD-based NASbook - A huge collection of network attached storage QNAP NAS devices in a relatively safe preserve manner. Build a bridge of communication between the two of them, that’s will so exciting!

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Best bridge builder - Pavtube ByteCopy for windows

With Pavtube ByteCopy a software program that facilitates backup Blu-ray disc to QNAP TBS-453A M.2 SSD-based NASbook drive, which is the simplest and most common way to backup Blu-ray to QNAP TBS-453A M.2 SSD-based NASbook, more easies to playing the blu-ray movies on media player.

Pavtube ByteCopy can decrypt all copy protections and convert blu-ray to almost all media formats with the ultimate blu-ray backup software, It supports converting among Bluray, various HD formats, MOD, TOD, MTS, M2TS, AVCHD, TS, DVD, AVI, MPEG, WMV, MOV, ASF, MP4, 3GP, SWF, FLV, MKV, DVR-MS, iPad, Creative Zen, iPhone, iPod, Archos, iRiver, Creative Zen, PSP, PS3, Apple TV, MP3, WAV, AAC, M4A, etc.

Key Features of Pavtube ByteCopy

Backup Quality

When you are backup a Blu Ray disc to QNAP NAS, you will want to be sure that you retain the same quality found on the original. Pavtube ByteCopy with the ability to remove BD+ from the test, allow you the ability to choose the output setting when you backup the blu-Ray video to QNAP NAS, to ensuring that you are in control of the video quality. You can also choose to rip the audio stream thus retaining true sound too.


Speed is very important when it comes to backing up blu-ray discs to QNAP NAS. The Pavtube ByteCopy is optimized to use Quad Core systems and more advanced video accelerators. When you backup blu-ray discs to QNAP NAS, just wait for short while.

Shrink to Fit

All most Blu-Ray movies are a big size. So shrinking Blu Ray video important, with Pavtube ByteCopy, you need't to paying $20 for a dual layer (50GB) BD-R Or in other words the ability to remove unwanted features on the original disc, like trailers, BD-Live features, and certain Audio streams. The conversion file size is perfect for any of your equipment, do not have to worry about the storage space of QNAP NAS.


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Backup Blu-ray to QNAP TBS-453A M.2 SSD-based NASbook

Step 1: Import blu-ray files to the program

Drag blu-ray files from the desktop or folder to the program or choose File > Load Media Files to import files to the application. If you want to merge multiple video clips into a single one, you can turn on Merge All Videos option.


Step 2: Set the right output video format

There are a lot of presets for a variety fo devices and you can convert directly to a format that is the best fit for your specific playback device via QNAP NAS. For example the formats supported by Samsung smart TVs, iPod, etc.

Step 3: Click the "Convert" button to start to convert blu-ray files 

If you like, you can adjust video/audio parameters and decide the ratio between the video size and video quality by reducing/increasing video bitrate/resolution with to fit your unique video. 
Then click the "Convert" button befor, the blu-ray files start to convert.

Another reference solution - MakeMKV

Matroska is a container file format, capable of holding unlimited number of video, audio and subtitile tracks, along with any metadata. Practically this means that it is possible to put entire movie with multiple sound and subtitle tracks, chapters information and movie thumbnail into single file.

Backup blu-ray files on QNAP NAS is not an issue - to be transcoded into MKV files format that particular hardware player understands. Since all meta information is preserved in MKV and compressed media data (video, audio, subtitles) is not changed in any way it is always possible to transcode into original format.

Freeware players that support MKV natively:

Videolan VLC is a free and very good player for Windows, Mac and Linux that supports MKV directly.

MPlayer is another free player with MKV support.

CCCP is a free codec pack for Windows that will enable. 

MKV playback in Windows Media Player and all other DirectShow-based players.   

Pavtube ByteCopy for windows is a powerful tool specially designed users to rip, convert, backup and edit both Blu-ray and Blu-ray movies. The source movie could be from Blu-ray disc, Blu-ray folder, ISO and IFO file, could remove all the protections of Blu-ray movies , back up the movies to QNAP TBS-453A M.2 SSD-based NASbook drive.

MakeMKV is useful tool,if you want to put Blu-ray disc playing on your player support MKV format via QNAP TBS-453A M.2 SSD-based NASbook, maybe this a good choice. 

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