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[General] Blu-ray Playback Tips: Backup DVD to Personal Cloud for DLNA streaming

How to Backup Blu-ray/DVD movies onto WD My Cloud


This article mainly shows you a quick way to rip and backup Blu-ray/DVD onto WD My Cloud Network disk for storage or streaming with ease.

Just like Dropbox, Google Drive, Western Digital (WD) My Cloud Network Disk is another great option for storing your stuff from anywhere and helps you consolidate your photos, videos, and other documents. If you have a crap load of Blu-ray and DVDs in your movie collection, you may want to rip your collection onto this Network Sever so that you can view your Blu-ray/DVD movies via WD My Cloud from any Smart TV in the house or you can stream the videos for the Kids on holiday. If you have no idea about this, you've come to the right place. This article will teach you how to rip and backup Blu-ray/DVD collection to WD My Cloud Network Disk for convenient sharing and playback.



With a fast and easy-to-use Blu-ray to cloud ripper, you will save your time and effort in establishing a complete and convenient online personal movie theater. Here Dimo Video Converter Ultimate for Mac is highly recommend which fully supports digitizing your Blu-rays to personal cloud compatible file type beforehand.

Overall, it is the best Blu-ray ripping program that helps you effortlessly finish the Blu-ray conversion on Mac (OS Sierra supported) bypassing Blu-ray copy protection. With it, you can convert Blu-ray to almost all regular video formats for personal cloud like MP4, MOV, MKV, FLV, WMV, AVI, etc. and even extract MP3, WMA, FLAC, OGG, etc. audio from Blu-ray movies.

Best of all, it allows you to copy your Blu-ray to hard drive in lossless mkv with keeping original structure or backup Blu-ray to ISO image file. If you are a Windows user, pls turn to Dimo Video Converter Ultimate. Now, download the software on computer and follow the guide below to start conversion.

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Guide: Ripping Blu-ray for copying to Personal Cloud

1. Insert Blu-ray disc to the drive, then launch the Blu-ray to cloud Converter and click the "Add Blu-ray" button to have the Blu-ray content imported. You can also add BDMV folder for converting.



2. Click "Select Format" bar and choose a compatible format for Personal Cloud. MP4, MKV, MOV from "Format > Video" are the proper choice.  

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



3. Hit the "Start" button at the bottom of the main interface to start ripping Blu-ray movie to digital file accepted by your cloud storage device.

How to Put the Converted Blu-ray Videos to Cloud Storage Device?

Once being converted to digital files, your movie library can be stored/uploaded onto a server and streamed later for different uses. You can play the files directly online (but the Network speed is a deciding factor), and download them to local disks. Outstandingly, cloud service makes movies, music and photos more portable. Only if you have an online account, you can use the movies on your home PC, work PC and portable PC, stream it to an app, Chromecast, Smart TV, Roku player or a set-top box.

Now you are able to view Blu-ray on iPhone, iPad, WDTV, PS4, Xbox One, Roku, etc. with the help of personal cloud.

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