Saturday, February 6, 2016

Backup DVD to Seagate 3TB Central Shared Storage

You can't enjoy what you can't find when your digital life is spread across multiple computers, hard drives and flash drives. With Seagate 3TB Central shared storage, it's simple to back up all your media to one location on your network and enjoy the convenience of a shared digital library that is compatible with both Macs and PCs. Backing DVD discs to Seagate 3TB Central Shared Storage can make you access your movies from computers, game consoles, Smart TVs and other connected devices throughout the home. 

When you prepare to backup DVD to Seagate 3TB Central Shared Storage, you need a tool to get the movie’s data onto your hard drive, and then some way to convert that data into a more-usable file size. I’m aware of only one way to get the movie data off a DVD disc, and that’s via an app called Pavtube DVDAid.<see other choices>

- Rip DVD to H.265, MP4, MKV, MOV, M3U8, AVI, FLV, etc.
- Convert DVD to optimized preset for iPhone, iPad, PS4, Surface Pro 4, Android tablet, etc.
- 1:1 backup DVD with original video structure 
- Directly backup main title of DVD
- Adjust A/V codec, size, bitrate, etc and display aspect ratio.

Free download and install:

Other Download:
- Pavtube old official address:
- Cnet Download:

Steps to Backup DVD to Seagate 3TB Central Shared Storage

Step 1: Import DVD video

Install and launch the DVD ripper on your computer. Insert DVD disc into your DVD drive. Click “file” to load source movie from disc.

Step 2: Choose output format

Move down your mouse, hit the “format” list to choose output format. Here you have many common video format and HD video format and preset. You can simply choose HD H.264 MP4 as the target format which has the most compatibility.

Step 3: Start to create digital version of DVD

Switch back to the main interface, click the big button "Convert" on bottom-right corner to start conversion. When the process is over, you can find the converted files by clicking the "Open output folder" on the main interface of the program. 

Connect Seagate Central to your Wi-Fi router to organize all your DVD movies on one device that you can access from anywhere.

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