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Stream Christmas Blu-ray Collections to Roku 4 [Copy this link to quote]

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Post time 4-12-2017 23:48:25 |Show all posts
Roku 4 is an outstanding 4K Ultra HD media streamer, it’s the best all-around streaming media player on the market. It delivers 4K video, promising the best-quality video streams available today. It has more 4K-capable apps than other devices and makes 4K TV shows and movies easy to find. So the Roku 4 is the best way to get the most 4K video today, you can imagine how wonderful it is playing¬†Christmas Blu-ray movies¬†on¬†Smart TVor HDTV via Roku 4.¬†
    However, if you don’t have a Blu-ray player and want to watch Blu-ray movies on your HDTV through Roku 4, you’ll find it’s difficult to do that since Roku as well as media sever like Plex doesn’t recognize Blu-ray format. My purpose is this page is to introduce a simple way to stream Blu-ray to Roku 4 for playback with ease.¬†
    In fact, It isn’t as difficult as you imagine to watch Blu-ray movies via Roku 4. It becomes easy using a professional BD ripping software, like¬†Pavtube BDMagic. The Blu-ray and DVD to Roku 4 converter can help you rip and convert Blu-ray/DVD movies¬†to H.264 MP4 which is the best¬†Roku 4 supported playback format. This is a popular Blu-ray ripper used to rip Blu-ray and commercial DVDs encrypted by region code, RCE, CSS, Sony ArccOS, Disney DRM copy protection, to MP4, MOV, AVI, WMV, MKV, etc. Read the¬†review.¬†
    Just download the program and follow the tips below to easily make Roku 4 play 1080p Blu-ray files. Thus, you can enjoy your Christmas Blu-ray movies via Roku 4 and any other device smoothly.¬†
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    How to rip and convert Blu-ray to Roku 4 supported file format¬†
    1. Load Blu-ray movie files¬†
    Download and install Blu-ray Ripper for Roku on your computer. Run it and click disc button to load your Blu-ray movies. Blu-ray ISO image files are supported as well.¬†
    2. Select format for Roku 4¬†
    Click Format > Common Video and set output video format as H.264 Video (*.mp4) or MKV(Matroska) Video (*.mkv). The reason mp4 is the target format is that by packing the videos in mp4, the file size will be reasonable small and the video quality remains¬†
    Note: If you want to watch Blu-ray via Roku 3 on your TV, you can directly select the optimized TV format. For example, if you are a Sony TV, you can choose “Sony TV(*mp4)” as the output format for watching Blu-ray via Roku 3 on Sony HD TV.¬†
    Note:¬†Roku does play MP4 as well as MKV files according to the relevant info in Roku official site. However, Roku just plays the MP4/MKV files with H.264 video codec and AAC audio. Roku fails to play MP4, MKV files with other codec. Click the Settings icon to set the correct video, audio codecs.¬†
    4. Start conversion¬†
    Hit the Convert button to start converting Blu-ray to H.264 MP4 for Roku 4 playback.¬†
    After the conversion, click Open to get the output files. Afterwards, you can either stream them or transfer the converted videos to Roku’s SD card or to a USB stick that can be attached to Roku streaming player. Now you can enjoy Blu-ray movies with Roku 4 easily.¬†
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