Backup Blu-ray to Multi-track MKV on Synology for Streaming to TV

Diana Joan

Jan 13, 2016 08:35 am / Posted by Diana Joan

Stream Blu-ray from Synology to TV

I just bought a new Synology NAS device. I want to convert my Blu-ray movies to digital format to play off a Synology. I would like to rip to a format that will preserve all the subtitle languages and audio tracks in my original Blu-ray movies so that I can stream them on my Android box connected TV.

Stream Blu-ray from Synology to TV

To backup Blu-ray in Multi-track MKV format for streaming to TV, you will need a Multi-track Blu-ray ripper, after a simple Google search, you will find that Pavtube ByteCopy for Windows(top 5 Blu-ray rippers review)/Mac ranks the top 1 in your search result. Like other third-party applications, the program offers a free trial version for you to test the results to make sure whether it would work before you buy.

The biggest merits of this program is that it enables you to unlock commercial Blu-ray disc to multi-track mkv for watching on TV while helps to preserve all the subtitle languages, audio tracks and chapter information in your original Blu-ray disc. If there are some audio tracks or subtitle languages that you don't like, you can uncheck them to remove them under audio tab or subtitle tab in "Multi-task" window.

Subtitle function

Check the Blu-ray movie titles that you want to rip, then you will be able to select your desired subtitle languages and audio tracks by clicking the drop-down list of "Subtitles" or "Audio" on the main interface of the program. When the characters are speaking a foreign language that you don't understand, you can enable forced subtitles for Blu-ray movies so that your specified languages subtitles will be displayed on your movies to help you follow the movies better, when they are speaking your specified language, no subtitles will show up.

How to Output Blu-ray to Multi-track MKV on Synology for Streaming to TV?

Step 1: Load Blu-ray disc to the program.

Insert your Blu-ray disc into the Blu-ray drive which has been connected to the computer, then click "File" > "Load Disc" to add Blu-ray disc from the Blu-ray optical drive to the program.

Load Blu-ray disc

Select desired subtitles, audio tracks or enable forced subtitles

Select desired subtitles or enable forced subtitles

Step 2: Choose output file format.

From "format" drop-down list, select "Multi-track Video" > "Lossless/Encoded Multi-track MKV (*.mkv)" as output format to backup Blu-ray on Synology for watching on TV..

choose Multi-track MKV format

Step 3: Adjust multi-task settings.

Click "Settings" on the main interface to open "Multi-task Settings" window, all audio and subtitle tracks from the source files are checked and to be saved in the output MKV container by default, if there are some audio tracks or subtitle streams you don't like, uncheck and remove them under the "Audio" and "Subtitle" tab.

Step 4: Convert Blu-ray to Lossless Multi-track MKV.

After you have finished all the settings, go back to the main interface, press the right-bottom "Convert" button to start Blu-ray to Multi-track MKV ripping process.

When the conversion is completed, click "Open output folder", a window will pop out with all your converted files.

Copy Blu-ray movies from your local folder to Synology, then connect your Synology to your TV through an HDMI cable, then you will be cable to watch Synology stored Blu-ray movies on TV comfortably.


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