Tuesday, April 5, 2016

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

This article mainly shows you how to backup DVD to QNAP TBS-453A M.2 SSD-based NASbook. If you are DVD Collector and also have some DVD movies, and want to watching them at M.2 NAS. check the tutorial now. 

If you some Blu-ray and DVD discs, you may find that copying the Blu-ray or DVD files to QNAP TBS-453A M.2 NAS directly is a pain to try, why not backup to put them into QNAP M.2 NAS for sharing on media streamers? 

A huge collection of network attached storage QNAP NAS devices as you see. QNAP is a key player in the network-attached storage market. The major advantage of QNAP TBS-453A M.2 NAS products is their QTS operating system, which is based on Linux and offers an intuitive, yet powerful interface that allows even inexperienced users to fully exploit the capabilities of the server. In this case, even if the grandparent does’t use Media Player to play old DVD movies, now them can playing the movies directly through you backup DVD on QNAP NAS devices. Plug a monitor into the available HDMI port, along with a keyboard and mouse, the grandparent can operate the NAS through its application,just with that few simple steps.

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How to backup DVD to QNAP TBS-453A M.2 SSD-based NASbook

However, most commercial DVDs are always protected with a scheme called CSS Content Scrambling System to protect the DVD disc's content from being duplicated by unauthorized parties., which makes impossible to backup DVD to QNAP TBS-453A M.2 SSD-based NASbook using applications. 

What can we do to backup DVD to QNAP TBS-453A M.2 SSD-based NASbook? How to seek help from some DVD decrypter or ripper software available that can help to solve this problem to backup DVD to QNAP TBS-453A M.2 SSD-based NASbook? And also based on the backup with best ways to ensure safety of DVD data. 

Maybe a wise choice with Pavtube ByteCopy for Mac to backup DVD to QNAP NAS, with the DVD data quality loss, because this backup process will keep the DVD data best video quality.


Pavtube ByteCopy for Mac / Pavtube ByteCopy for Windows

Other Download:
- Pavtube old official address: http://www.pavtube.cn/blu-ray-video-converter-ultimate/
- Cnet Download: http://download.cnet.com/Pavtube-Video-Converter-Ultimate/3000-2194_4-75938564.html

How to backup DVD to QNAP TBS-453A M.2 SSD-based NASbook with Ease?

Step 1: Load your DVD by clicking Disc or Path button

After free download Pavtube ByteCopy on your computer, load DVD what you want to backup by clicking "DVD Disc" or "DVD Path" button.


Step 2: Choose output formats 

Choose output format in “Format” drop-down list. You can choose any one according to the supported video format of Media Center since QNAP TBS-453A M.2 SSD-based NASbook supported wider range of formats.

Step 3: Select Output Folder.

Specify output folder on your computer to save the output files. Click the "Browse" button to choose the path where you want to save the output files in.

Step 4: Start backup DVD to QNAP TBS-453A M.2 SSD-based NASbook

After finish the above steps, click the "comverter" button to start get rid of DVD decryption tech and make copy of DVD, you could view the conversion progress and not able to cancel the converting process at anytime. Wait a minute.


1:1 Full disc copy DVD, Copy all the contents of file.
1.2. Directly Copy the part that you need in whole files, a small fragment, or a small piece of music in the entire document.

2.You can choose your desired subtitle/audio track under chapter list or choose the forced subtitle to display. 

3.In “Settings”, you can adjust video/audio parameters and decide the ratio between the video size and video quality by reducing/increasing video bitrate/resolution.

Surprise is an outgrowth of Pavtube ByteCopy

As more and more DVD movie fans prefer to watch movies with excellently visual and acoustic quality rather than sitting in crowded cinema. Besides watching BD with Blu-ray player at home, Pavtube Bytecopy is widely chosen to backup a digital version of the high-definition movie, so you can store onto home media center for watching on a huge collection of network attached storage QNAP TBS-453A M.2 NAS devices.

Key 1. No more needs to take care of the dummy physical disks.

This is much more important if you own a large Blu-ray collection. The physical disks can be easily scratched, damaged, broken, theft or lost especially if you already have kids at home. Also the BD sets takes up a lot of spaces that difficult to clean.

Key 2. Disc Copy with protection removed.
A commercial DVD is always protected by all kinds of encryptions from film studio and publisher. Here by using Pavtube ByteCopy, you can easily rip off the encryption, then backup a  Blu-ray folder that is exactly the same as original. It works with both purchases and rentals so you can free exchange discs with family members. No need to spend a large amount of money to buy new discs, isn’t it cool?

Key 3. Various output presets.

Pavtube ByteCopy supports converting BD/DVD to virtually any popular video and audio format so that you can freely watch movies on QNAP NAS devices. In recent update, ByteCopy can support ripping Blu-ray/DVD movie to H.265/HEVC MP4 with better video quality compared to H.264 MP4 in same profile presets.

Key 4. Lossless/uncompressed option and multiple soft audio tracks & subtitles.
ByteCopy offers a lossless QNAP NAS files option in output list, which means you’ll get a real uncompressed QNAP NASb files, without any quality loss on big screen. It also offers multi-track MP4/MOV/AVI presets with multiple audio streams and removable subtitles, so you can free switch, turn on/off during playback.

Key 5. Additional editing functions.

This multi-track Blu-ray/DVD converter can be considered as a user-friendly movie editing tool with the professional functions to trim, crop, merge, insert subtitles, export srt/ass/ssa subtitles, add video effects in the QNAP NAS movie.

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