Save up space on your tablet and smartphone by wirelessly connecting to 8 devices at the same time with no wires or internet connection. The built-in SD card slot also helps to easily offload or backup photos and videos on the go. Have all your favorite movies on Blu-ray or DVD disc and wish to watch them when you are out for travelling? My Passport Wireless can be your good solution for data storage. The following article will walk you through the steps to store Blu-ray/DVD on My Passport Wireless.
Backup Blu-ray/DVD on My Passport Wireless
Like other portable storage drive, My Passport Wirelss has no specific requirements on the file types storing on it. When the media file is stored on My Passport Wirelss, you can access all your stored photos, videos and files using your tablet and smartphone with WD's My Cloud mobile app. However, as store purchased Blu-ray or DVD disc usually has complicated copy and region protection, you may find that you are not allowed to copy the data on Blu-ray/DVD disc for storing on computer hard drive, USB flash drive, external hard drive or elsewhere. To address this issue, you will need a good program that keeps constant upgrade with perfect support for the newly released Blu-ray or DVD disc.
After comparison of best Blu-ray Ripper application on the market, you may finally settle on Pavtube ByteCopy (download Mac version), a combo function of Blu-ray Ripper/Copier and DVD Ripper/Copier, which has just been updated with support for MKB61, this new decryption technology helps to bypass copy encryption equipped on all the recently released Blu-ray or DVD disc. It can comprehensive load Blu-ray disc/BDMV folder/ISO image and DVD disc/Video_TS folder/IFO image files. The biggest merits of this program is that it offers multiple different copy and backup options:
"1:1 full disc copy of Blu-ray/DVD with all your unwanted subtitle languages, audio tracks and chapter information.
"Main movie copy of Blu-ray/DVD without unwanted comments, advertisement, tidbits, etc. "Lossless multi-track MKV copy from DVD/Blu-ray with desired subtitle languages, audio tracks well preserved for playing on smartphone or tablets with Android video player or iPhone or iPad video player apps.
"Popular digital file formats such as MPEG-4 or H.264 file format for smartphone or tablets
"Specific smartphone or tablets preset profile formats with the optimal playback setting
Step by Step to Copy/Backup Blu-ray/DVD to My Passport Wireless?
Step 1: Load Blu-ray/DVD disc with the program.
Insert DVD into your computer's optical DVD drive, for loading Blu-ray disc, you will need an external Blu-ray drive. The run the program on the computer, click "File" > "Load from disc" to load Blu-ray or DVD disc into the program. When both Blu-ray or DVD disc exists, the program will load DVD disc first.
Step 2: Different ways to copy Blu-ray/DVD to My Passport Wireless.
Full disc copy
Make a full disc copy by hitting the icon on the top tool bar of the main interface.
Main movie copy
From "Format" bar, select "Copy" > "Direct Copy" to copy the main movie of the Blu-ray/DVD disc.
Lossless Multi-track MKV copy
Get a complete MKV output from Blu-ray/DVD by following "Multi-track Video" > "Lossless/encoded Multi-track MKV(*.mkv)".
Tips: You can also choose to output other popular file formats or smartphone and tablets preset profile formats according to your own needs.
Step 3: Start the conversion process.
Go back to the main interface, press right-bottom "Convert" button to start Blu-ray/DVD movie to My Passport Wireless copying or backup process.
When the conversion is completed, click "Open Output Folder" on the main interface to pop out the folder with converted files. The My Passport Wireless features both a SD card slot and a USB port, you can transfer the converted files to either a SD card or a USB flash drive for transferring to My Passport Wireless and then viewing on your smartphone or tablets with WD My Cloud movile app on the move.