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Post time 14-8-2018 01:34:28 |Show all posts
What is ISO Image?
  ISO image, or called an ISO file, is the image of an entire CD or DVD, the whole contents of which can be completely duplicated and contained in a single ISO file. ISO image is an image file produced by copying all information in an optical disc. Therefore, ISO image is qualified to be the genuine digital copy of the original. It usually has a file extension of .iso and might contain a UDF (ISO/IEC 13346) file system.
  Why should upload ISO to Synology NAS in MP4 format?
  Although we can upload ISO to Synology NAS, the size of the ISO file is really huge, and the¬†number¬†of¬†multimedia players that support to play ISO via Synology you can count on one hand. XBMC is the only media platform I know of which works with Synology on ISO through DLNA. MP4 format is wide compatible with various devices, like portable devices, TV and media servers etc. So I suggest you to upload ISO to Synology NAS in MP4 format.
  How to upload ISO to Synology NAS in MP4 format?
  There are many¬†video converters¬†in the market for you to choose, some can retain full quality of the original video with big size or others could greatly compress the file size with quality loss. So here¬†Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate¬†is highly recommended to help you upload ISO to Synology NAS in MP4 format. Because you can choose to keep HD video quality or compress the video size depend on your need. So follow the next steps to convert ISO to MP4.
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  Steps to upload ISO to Synology NAS in MP4 format
  Step 1. Run the program
  Launch the ripping software and click the "Load IFO/ISO" button to have the ISO content imported. You can also add DVD Blu-ray discs(with BD drive), VIDEO_TS folder for converting.
  Step 2: Set output format as MP4
  From "Format" drop-down option, choose output formats as "HD Video" > "H.264 HD Video(*.mp4)" if you want to enjoy a HD video quality.
  Tips: On the main interface, check the movie titles you want to rip, from the drop-down list of subtitles, select one of your desired language as your subtitles, if you check "Forced subtitles" option, you will see subtitles only when actors are speaking a language that are different from the subtitles that your specified before.
  Step 3: Customize output video quality
  Click "Settings" on the main interface to pop out "Profile Settings" window, adjust the codec, size, bitrate to fit with your devices.
  Step 4: Start to convert
  Clicking the “Convert” button on main interface to convert ISO to MP4 format. When the conversion is completed, feel free to transfer ISO to Synology NAS in MP4 and play them on your multimedia players.
  Mac user can use¬†Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac¬†to convert your ISO to Synology NAS in MP4 format. And now, this program has¬†¬†updated¬†to support the newest Mac system. Moreover, now you can get the app at a big discount in¬†Pavtube Thanksgiving Coupon.¬†
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