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Copy DVDs to NAS for Backup on tablets/PS3 with Ease

Copy DVDs to NAS for Backup on tablets/PS3 with Ease

If you some DVD discs, do you want to put them into NAS for sharing on tablet or PlayStation 3, just read on this article to get solution to stream DVD to NAS.

"I want to converted my DVD collection to a NAS. Space is not an issue, as I got lots of it. I want to copy the entire DVD including menus, sound format options etc. in the purest form, no sound or video quality loss. Antother questions is: Can I convert my collected DVDs for watching on my tablet or PlayStation 3? Am I missing something or do I need a better software? Would like anyone give me some suggestion?"

You may met the same probelms and in this article, we will show you How to store DVDs on NAS for sharing on tablet or PlayStation 3? Just follow this total guide.

How to Enable DVDs on NAS to playback on tablet or PlayStation 3?

Pavtube DVDAid(Read Review) is an excellent DVD backing up tool that can make 1:1 copy of your source DVD with original structure including extras and menus. If you'd like to copy only movie content and leave out the extras and commentary, the Directly Copy is exactly what you need, which copies intact .VOB main movie from original DVD disc without extras.

Meanwhile, this app is regarded as a great DVD ripping program to help users convert DVD collections and various videos for new how tablets and smartphones, and it has PS3 profile preset with remaining AC3 5.1 audio for output.

Step 1. Download and install the DVDAid on your PC/Mac.



Step 2. Run Pavtube DVD Converter, and load DVD files to it. You can click "DVD ROM" to load movie from DVD drive or "ISO/IFO" DVD ISO file.



Tip:

1. Select output format. Click on the drop-down list at the opposite side of "Format", and then choose "PSP/PS3" > "PS3 Video AC3 5.1 (*.avi)" format for PS3.



2. The format for Tablet is "H.264 Baseline Profile Video(*.mp4)" from "Common Video" option.



Step 3. Start ripping.

Click "Convert" button to rip DVD to Tablet/PS3, once the ripping task is finished by Pavtube DVD to Tablet/PS3 Converter, you can click "Open" button at the bottom of the main interface to get the output MP4 file for Tablets and AVI file for streaming to PS3 via DLNA.

Futher Reading: How to Choose a Good DVD Converter?

The following tips will help you find a good tablet converter.

1. Easy to use: You can easily navigate this software.
2. Decryption: The software must have decryption function.
3. Supported output devices: The software should support all pop portable devices.
4. Quality: The software should help you copy DVD to tablet without quality loss.

Conclusion:

Pavtube DVDAid is the top choice and you can easily convert DVDs with comfortable format for storage and playback on Tablet and PS3. Enjoy it and have fun!


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