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Rip Blu-ray or DVD movies to DLNA supportedformats for playback on Asus Eee PadHow are you doing with your Asus Eee Pad Transformer? Have you triedto stream media content to your Asus Eee Pad Transformer from digitalmedia server (DMS) on local Wi-Fi, so that you neednt do the annoyingtransfers from PC to your tablet?This article tells the way to stream Blu-ray or DVD movies to Asus EeePad Transformer via family WLAN.For WLAN streaming, you should first install DMS program on your PCor Mac -- like Twonkey Media Server -- and a media file of DLNAsupported format, in which BD/DVD disc is not included. Refer toDLNA on Android Tablets for supported media formats of DLNA. Werecommend to use our Blu-ray ripping tool toolfor the task. Its simple andconvenient.Here are a few steps for ripping Blu-ray movies to DLNA supportedMPEG-4 AVC format:Step1: Run Foxreal Blu-ray Ripper and put in your Blu-ray or DVD disc.Click first icon on top-left corner of the interface to load the disc.
Step2: Click "Settings" button to set output profile. As for DLNAstreaming, select a proper bitrate and resolution based on your WLANbandwidth with the codec of MPEG-4 AVC and format of mp4.
Step3: Choose export directory in output box, then click "Convert" buttonand wait until finished.Its as easy as above three steps.Now, turn on your DMS program and select the converted movie file onyour Eee Pad Transformer. Of course, make sure you have installedrequired app in your tablet as a digital media player (DMP).For more instruction on how to set DLNA-certified program, please visitSet Your Own Digital Media Server Server.Hope this article Rip Blu-ray or DVD movies to DLNA supportedformats helps. Thanks for reading.See also:
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