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Old May 19, 2017, 01:06 AM
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Default Copy DVD to Synology NAS for Samsung TV Streaming

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When you have large DVD collection and prepare to enjoy them on your Samsung TV, how will you do? Streaming the DVD movies on Samsung TV with heavy DVD Player? Do you consider copying DVD to Synology NAS then stream to Samsung TV? In this way, you can protect your DVD discs from scratching and donít need to change the discs when you watching DVD movies on Samsung TV via Synology NAS.

To rip DVD movies to Synology NAS for Samsung TV,*DVDAid*is highly recommended. The program is capable of ripping DVD to Samsung TV*supported*MP4, AVI, MKV, etc and then store the DVD backups to Synology NAS to stream on Samsung TV.*And it's easy to use and very stable. Best of all, it also allows you to copy your DVD to Synology NAS with original structure or main movie only. The equivalent Mac version is*DVDAid*for Mac. Read more://
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