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PostSubject: Copy DVDs to Hard drive via Media Hub for playback   Fri Nov 14, 2014 6:11 pm

Transfer DVDs to Hard drive via Media Hub for watching on Media player

If you're attempting to transfer your purchased DVDs to Hard drive via Media Hub for convenience watching on Medie player, read this article and find the best solution.

Have purchased loads of DVD discs and want to enjoy them to Hard drive via Media Hub for playback on Media Player? Or want to upload them to the internet to share with more people? Or even want to clean up some physical discs but keep your films playback on Media Player for more convenience? Well, you need to rip the purchased DVDs with a DVD ripping software.

It seems like a quite tough work but frankly not at all. It is quite easy if you have a professional DVD Ripper to help. Here, Pavtube ByteCopy can help you out. With it, With the assisting of a Blu-ray/DVD ripper app. It's a breeze to access and enjoy up to 1080p HD movie with AC3 5.1 surround sound out. Plus, you can select desired audio track, subtitles language, and chapter to play with. (ByteCopy Review)

The following passage shows a best way to convert purchased DVD to Media Hub for more convenience.

Note: For Mac users, you can free download Pavtube ByteCopy for Mac. (ByteCopy for Mac Review - An Alternative to Mac MakeMKV)

Step 1. Load DVD movies.

Launch Pavtube ByteCopy, click "Load files(s)" to import DVD disc, ISO/IFO files, and BD/DVD folder. You can also load Blu-ray discs with drive.



Step 2. Choose proper video format.

Check the file formats supported by your home theater devices first, and then select the final output video format. Here you are suggested to follow "HD Video" > "H.264 HD Video (*.mp4)" , "HD Video" > "MKV HD Video(*.mkv)" and other formats.



About Pavtube ByteCopy more functions:
You can also backup Blu-ray movies to NAS for streaming to your media players, rip Blu-ray to Multi-Track MP4 in German and English with Mac, Watch 3D Blu-ray media with BenQ W1070 DLP projector.

Step 3. Convert DVD to HD media player.

Once selecting the right output format for Media Hub, and set the output folder to store the converted DVD movies, just hit "Convert" to start DVD conversion.

Step 4. Transfer converted DVD to hard drive.

After conversion, move the converted DVD movies to your hard drive. Then, you can enjoy your favorite DVD movies via Media Hub for smoothly playback on Media Players at anytime.

Much wonderful software bundled with ByteCopy will provide you more amazing experience in converting videos. Go to Money Saving Software Bundles to get special offer for more software, such as ByteCopy + Video Converter Ultimate, ByteCopy + DVD Creater, ByteCopy + ChewTune, ByteCopy + MXF MultiMixer and so on, saving up to $35.1

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