Best Way to Play BD/DVD on Samsung Smart TV without Quality Loss

Diana Joan

Feb 27, 2015 05:36 am / Posted by Diana Joan

Samsung Smart TV is a great product that integrates standard TV with apps and Internet media content in one simple device. Watching movies could be such a great visual experiment with the help of home media server, especially a movie in Blu-ray or DVD.

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Lossless backup BD DVD to Samsung Smart TV

However, you’re out of luck to watch DVD or Blu-ray on Smart TV. Since there are neither drivers nor players on the Smart TV for you to enjoy your Blu-ray or DVD disc. In addition, copy protection always prevent you from getting the content off from your disc.

To watch Blu-ray/DVD on Samsung Smart TV, you will need a Blu-ray/DVD to MKV Converter - Pavtube ByteCopy. It's a nice yet all-in-one tool to let you remove Blu-ray/DVD disc protection and lossless backup BD/DVD to MKV format with all the languages, so you can easily play Blu-ray/DVD movie on Smart TV via USB hard drive, network or Plex server.

How to lossless backup BD/DVD to Samsung Smart TV with MKV format?

Step 1. Run BD/DVD to Smart TV Converter and import disc.

Click "Load disc" icon to load Blu-ray or DVD movies, or click "Load from folder" to import Blu-ray/DVD folder.

Blu-ray to Multi-track MKV Converter

Step 2. Choose lossless MKV as target format

Click the format bar to follow "Multi-track Video" and "Lossless/encoded Multi-track MKV (*.mkv)" because it will contain chapter markers in the output video.

Choose lossless mkv format

Step 3. Adjust V/A settings

Click "Settings" to enter Multi-track video profile window; switch to "Video" and find the "Encode" box which is unchecked by default, so if you want a lossless MKV copy, do not touch it.

Check audio settings

Tip: if you want to extract external SRT subtitle from Blu-ray/DVD, ByteCopy is also capable of completing this task well.

Step 4. Start to backup Blu-ray to Samsung Smart TV in MKV format.

Click the big "Convert" to start the conversion. The conversion speed also depends on your computer configuration. My suggestion is not to play nor edit videos when it's converting. After conversion, click "Open" or "Open output folder" to quick locate converted files.

Ok now the lossless MKV files are prepared; transfer them to your hard drive and connect it to Samsung Smart TV, now you can enjoy Blu-ray and DVD movies on TV keeping multiple audio tracks and subtitles without quality loss!


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