People choose the Micca Media Player over other comparable media players mainly because of its good compatibility with various media formats including AVI, MPG, MP4, VOB, MKV, and pictures with no problems. Now things are even better. Although Blu-ray and DVD are not listed on Micca support list, there are still simple ways to transfer Blu-ray/DVD to Micca Media Player via HDMI cable or NAS to plasma TV screen with fantastic HD picture.
The Blu-ray/DVD to Micca conversion can be easily done with this Pavtube BDMagic, a very professional yet helpful Blu-ray/DVD to Micca Converter, with which you could easily roll off the protection on commercial Blu-ray/DVD, and then convert to Micca most compatible MP4, MKV and other video formats to access from home devices.
Micca Media Player supported V&A format:
How to watch Blu-ray/DVD on Micca Media Player?
Step 1: Load Blu-ray/DVD.
Run the BD/DVD to Micca Ripper. Insert DVD into disc ROM or plug in Blu-ray to the external Blu-ray drive, click the "Load file(s)" icon to import. Or you may choose to load Blu-ray folder or Blu-ray ISO image file.
Tip: Select one audio and subtitle track from "Audio" and "Subtitle" boxes to display in ripped movie.
Step 2: Choose output format for Micca Media Player
As discussed above, Micca natively support lots of video formats including common formats like MP4, MKV, etc. Both are highly recommended for the good compatibility for most devices so you don't need to do a second conversion.
Here by hitting "Format" list, you will find hundreds of video formats listed in BDMagic. Hovering over "HD Video" option, here you get the "H.264 HD Video(*.mp4)". The MKV HD Video preset can also be found there.
Step 3: Start ripping BD/DVD
Hit on the "Convert" button and start ripping Blu-ray/DVD to Micca readable MKV/MP4 format. When the process completed, open output folder and you would get the ripped movie, now sync BD/DVD to Micca Media Player via HDMI cable or NAS for enjoyment!
How to use the Micca Media Player?
1. Plug the power supply and HDMI cable into the back of the Micca. Then plug the other end of the HDMI cable into your playback device (TV or Projector).
2. Insert either a USB thumb drive or SD card with your media into the Micca.
3. Turn on your playback device. Use the remote provided in the kit to turn on the Micca. A green light should illuminate on the front of the Micca indicating that it is on.
4. If the menu for the Micca does not come up on your playback device, make sure the device is set to the HDMI input you connected to the Micca. If that does not work press the HDMI button on the Micca remote.
5. Using the Micca's remote select Movie>USB Device or Memory Card>Your media file. Press OK on the remote and your media should begin to play.
6. The media will loop until the stop button is pressed.