Thursday, March 3, 2016

Copy DVD to WD My Cloud for Samsung BD-JM57C DVD Player on Vizio TV

The guide below will show you how to backup and convert Blu-ray to WD My Cloud/Samsung BD-JM57C DVD Player HD MP4 or MKV videos, so that you can preserve them on WD My Cloud or playback on Samsung BD-JM57C DVD Player/Vizio TV for sharing with your families and friends with ease. 
Q: “I was looking for an update to the previous program that I was using (DVD Catalyst) and want to put my DVD Movies onto Western Digital WD MyCloud Device NAS drive.  Whichever DLNA server is utilized there, to download to the DLNA client on Samsung Devices (2 Smart TVs, 4 Samsung BD-JM57C DVD Players that feed Vizio TVs), but so far I’m able to utilize the movies previously converted with DVD Catalyst, but haven’t found the right settings for converting with Pavtube.  I’m confident that I will find the right settings, but my expertise lies in networking, not in Online Video. So I will continue plugging away. Any good suggestions?“ 

Expand your entertainment collection with the Samsung BD-JM57C Blu-ray Player and watch Blu-ray, stream your favorite apps, or up-convert your favorite DVDs to near Blu-ray quality. Stream movies on Netflix, weatherproof your day with the AccuWeather app, watch your favorite videos on YouTube, stay connected with Twitter and Facebook, listen to music on Pandora, and do so much more. If you want to copy dozens of DVD movies to Samsung BD-JM57C DVD Player for Vizio TV playback, you may have to convert and rip DVD to WD My Cloud/Samsung BD-JM57C DVD Player compatible MP4 or MKV format first.

In order to play DVD movies on Vizio TV through Samsung BD-JM57C DVD Player, a decent tool is needed to rip and convert DVD to Samsung BD-JM57C DVD Player supported video format. Here Pavtube BDMagic is recommended as the best DVD to WD My Cloud converter. With it, you can easily remove any protection on a Blu-ray/DVD and convert DVD movies to almost all popular format like MP4, MKV, AVI, WMV, FLV, MOV, etc, keeping the original quality maximally. What's more, this Blu-ray ripping software provides the preset formats with optimized settings for over 150 popular devices, including iPhone iPad, Apple TV, Galaxy Tab S2, PS4, Xbox One and many more for directly playback. If you are running on Mac OS X (El Capitan, Yosemite, Mavericks included), turn to Pavtube BDMagic for Mac. Now let's learn how to do it.

Coustomer Review: “Except for my personal settings (which settings should I use to utilize the WD MyCloud Device, feeding clients on the Samsung devices), I don’t know enough yet to provide any feedback.” 


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How to Copy DVD to Samsung BD-JM57C Blu-ray Player for Vizio TV from WD My Cloud?

Note: In addition, Pavtube BDMagic for Mac has the same power function and it supports the latest Mac OS X E1 Capitan,  Yosemite 10.10 and Yosemite 10.9. 

Step 1: Load DVD disc to the prograM. Insert your DVD into DVD drive, run the best DVD to TV Converter. You can choose desired subtitle and audio track and forced subtitle below the chapter list. 


Step 2. Set output video format under Format > “TVS”. From TV official website you will get some info about the video format supported, you can also get the detail info in your TV user manual, here choose your TV model. Or select .mp4 from “Common video” or “HD video”. 


Tips: The default settings may not satisfy you, and you can click the “Settings” button to change the settings by yourself including video resolution, bit rate, audio sample rate, audio channel etc. for full screen playback smoothly. Or keep no changes, which is also a good choice. 

Step 3. Click the “Start conversion” button on the main interface and the software will start to convert DVD to MP4 for WD My Cloud immediately. When the conversion finishes, click “Open” to find the converted video files. Then you can effortless transfer the video files to your WD My Cloud for playback through Samsung BD-JM57C DVD Player on Vizio TV.  

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