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How to Rip DVD to a NAS driver?

Article ID: 396
Last updated: 13 Dec, 2018

NAS, Network-attached storage, is a file-level computer data storage server, containing one or more hard disk drives, connected to a computer network, providing data access to a group of clients.

Before you start, make sure your NAS system has SMB service enabled and can access the NAS shared directory from this machine. It is recommended to map the NAS shared directory to the local disk.

How to Rip DVD to NAS:

  1. Install the latest version of DVD-Cloner (or DVD-Cloner Gold, or DVD-Cloner Platinum).
  2. Run DVD-Cloner and enter the Expert window. Select the “Copy DVD or Blu-ray movie disc” mode.

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  1. Inset a DVD and then click “Next”. Then you’ll see the copy mode selection window.

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For NAS streaming, it is recommended to transcode DVD to MKV or save as ISO image file. Now we select to rip to MKV and click “Next”.

  1. In this window, you need to set the output path for the MKV file. Click the edit button and choose NAS shared folder or the mapped network drive.

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  1. After setting the output path, click “Next” and then click “Start” in the copy configuration window, and wait for the task to finish.


Article ID: 396
Last updated: 13 Dec, 2018
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