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How to Convert DVD/ISO to WD TV files
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April 13, 2014
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Summary: This article shows you an easy way rip and convert DVD ISO to WD TV supported video for moving to WD TV for easier playback.

WD TV, a common Media Player for us, is compatible with a wide selection of multimedia files, including most image, audio and video file formats, such as AVI, MPG, MP4 and MKV movie files and MP3 audio files. I own a WD TV, what I want to do is to transfer my DVD ISO files to WD TV for playing. The problem is that most DVD ISO files work for me, but a few say unsupported format.

After getting some tech support form WD TV forum, I know the difference between the ISOs that work and the ones that give an “unsupported format” error could easily be due to the size difference. For whatever reason, the WD TV Gen1 doesn’t play ISOs that are less than about 30 minutes which is a common length for TV episodes. Maybe if we bring it up enough, it’ll get fixed. The workaround seems to be to use an MKV container instead of an ISO container. In other words, we’d better convert DVD ISO to MKV for WD TV easier playback. By the way, if you have a pile of DVD discs, you’d better rip DVD movie off disc and convert to WD TV compatible format in advance.

How to rip and convert DVD/ISO to WD TV

Brorsoft DVD Ripper

As you know, due to the reason of lacking DVD drive, WD TV can not meet the demands of put DVD discs. By the way, even the ripped DVD ISO files can’t be supported well by WD TV. To play DVD/ISO on WD TV smoothly, an easy-to-use DVD Converter is the key. The recommended Brorsoft DVD ripper is capable of ripping DVD to MP4, AVI, MKV for WD TV(including WD TV Live) with no quality loss; it also enables you to copy DVD main movies for backup onto WD TV. If you are running on Mac OS X, turn to DVD Ripper for Mac. Now let’s learn how to do it.

Step 1: Load DVD movies

Run the DVD Ripping program and click “DVD disc” icon to load DVD movies for converting. You can also import movies files from DVD VIDEO_TS folder or ISO image files.

Tip: Before start converting DVD, you can backup DVD whole content or copy DVD main movie only first with its full disc copy or directly copy features.

Step 2: Choose output format

Click Format bar and choose your desired format. To play DVD movies on WD TV, you can rip DVD to.mkv .mp4, or .avi, etc compressed format. And click Settings bar, you can adjust the level of compression to suit the quality you want.

Tip: Click Settings bar, you can adjust the level of compression to suit the quality you want.

Step 3: Convert DVD/ISO to WD TV

Finally, click convert button to rip/convert DVDs, ISO to optimized format for WD TV. When the conversion finishes, click Open button to find the output files and you can have the DVD movie enjoyment with your WD TV(Live).

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