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Utilizing CUDA Acceleration to Rip 4K Blu-ray to H.265 for Roku 4

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While the benefits of HEVC encoding are clear, playback is essentially restricted to PCs, high-end smartphones and tablets, and a very small range of media players and consoles. Fortunately, even though you don’t have a high-end PC to play your HEVC video, you can stream your 4K video on your 4K TV via Roku 4 cause Roku 4 can handle HEVC codec. If you have some 4K Blu-ray but don’t have a 4K Blu-ray Player, you can consider ripping 4K Blu-ray to HEVC files then streaming via Roku 4 to 4K TV.

4K Blu-ray needs professional 4K Blu-ray Player which is much more expensive than standard Blu-ray player. It doesn’t make sense to purchase a $100+ 4K Blu-ray Player to play your one 4K Blu-ray discs. So invest a 4K Blu-ray Ripper with $40 around is very economic. But considering HEVC encoding is CPU heavy, you’d better find a Blu-ray ripping tool which supports NVIDIA CUDA hardware acceleration. In addition, comparing to Blu-ray, 4K UHD Blu-ray is harder to decrypt cause it has more complex encryption. There are many Blu-ray Rippers on the market but few of them can rip 4K Blu-ray, especially rip 4K Blu-ray to HEVC MP4 for Roku 4.

However, the new release of Pavtube Studio of its Pavtube ByteCopy removed this upset. In the latest update, Pavtube ByteCopy version 4.9.1.0 can rip 4K Blu-ray to HEVC MKV and HEVC MP4 with up to 30x times ripping speed utilizing the most advanced hardware acceleration NVIDIA CUDA & AMD APP by H.264/H.265 codec, which can give users video transcoding speed than before.

Pavtube ByteCopy can decrypt 4K Blu-ray BD+, AACS, Region Codes, MKB V61, MKB V62 then convert 4K M2TS to HEVC MP4, HEVC MKV with up to 500% speed using GPU acceleration. In the test, when I am using Nvidia Titan X Pascal, I took an hour to rip The Revenant to H.265 MP4 by enabling GPU encode acceleration. It will cost less time if you rip 4K Blu-ray to H.264 MP4 and copy Blu-ray and DVD to H.265 MKV, H.265 MP4.

How to Rip 4K Blu-ray to H.265 for Roku 4 Utilizing CUDA Acceleration?

Step 1. Load 4K Blu-ray movies

Install and launch the best 4K Blu-ray to H.265 Converter program. Insert your Blu-ray disc into your BD drive, and click “Load from disc” icon to load your 4k Blu-ray movies and DVD discs. You can also import movies files from Blu-ray folder, ISO and DVD folder and DVD ISO/IFO.

load Blu-ray

Step 2: Choose H.265 MP4

Click “Format” to open the drop-down window and choose H.265 HD MP4 video in “HD Video” catelog. You also can choose HD MKV from HD Video category and set video codes to x265 in “Settings” to choose to rip 4K Blu-ray to H.265 MKV. Meanwhile, you are allowed to adjust profile parameters like display resolution, bitrate, frame rate, audio sample rate to achieve the best video and audio playback on your device.

h.265 mp4

Step 3. Utilizing Nvidia GPU Hardware Acceleration In ByteCopy

Now, move your cursor to “Tools” button on the top of the main interface to choose “Options”. Then you can enable GPU Encode acceleration. You need to check if your graphic card supports CUDA acceleration from here. .

H.265 encoding acceleration

Step 4: Start ripping 4k Blu-ray to H.265/HEVC MP4

Hit on the “Convert” button and 4k Blu-ray to H.265/HEVC video Conversion begins. When the conversion is done, open output folder, find the ripped movie inoutput folder.

You can rip the below 4K Blu-rays to 4K HEVC video for Roku 4 streaming on 4K TV.

1. Deepwater Horizon 4K Blu-ray

2. The Magnificent Seven 4K Blu-ray

3. Suicide Squad 4K Blu-ray

4. Sully 4K Blu-ray

5. Underworld 4K Blu-ray

6. Morgan 4K Blu-ray

7. The Accountant 4K Blu-ray

8. Deepwater Horizon 4K Blu-ray

9. The Birth of a Nation 4K Blu-ray

10. The Revenant 4K Blu-ray

11. Resident Evil: Afterlife 4K Blu-ray

12. Inferno 4K Blu-ray

13. Trolls 4K Blu-ray

3 Methods to stream/play converted 4K Blu-ray on Roku 4

1. Use a USB drive with Roku Media Player channel

Roku 4/3 and the new Roku 2 offer USB port for you to easy to get videos, music and pictures from your computer onto your TV. Just Place the media files onto a USB drive on your computer, plug it into the USB port on your Roku, and launch the Roku Media Player channel. Select the conncted USB device, select a media file, and play it.

2. Use the Plex Media Server and Roku channel

You can setup Plex on Roku with the following steps: 
– Download and install Plex Media Server. After installation, create a Plex log in ID. 
– Add media content on to Plex library according to the type of your content (i.e. Movies, TV Shows, Music, Photos, or Home Videos).
– Plex channel for Roku is now available and you can buy it from Roku store. After making the Plex channel run on your Roku media player, you can watch movies, TV shows, home videos and more you have added to Plex server with Roku player on TV.

Stream media to roku via plex

Plex is a very mature media-library solution, and it can even automatically transcode media files on the fly, ensuring they’ll play back on your Roku even if they’re in an unsupported format.

3. Access files over the Network with Roku Media Player

The Roku Media Player channel can also connect to DLNA server on your local network and wirelessly stream videos and music from them. If you’re using Windows, you can use the “Media streaming options- control panel to configure Windows to function as a DLNA server. You should then be able to browse the shared media files on your Roku and play them over the network -; as long as your PC remains powered on.

Access files over the network with Roku Media Player app

Make sure the Roku and your computer are on the same local network, you’ll see DLNA servers appear alongside USB devices when you open the Roku Media Player channel.

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ROKU 4 and VC1 in MKV container

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It seems that even though you have a professional Blu-ray Ripper to help you rip Blu-ray to MKV, you still can’t play them freely, even on Roku 4. That’s because some Blu-ray are encoded with VC-1 and No VC-1 hardware decoder in Roku 4. So when you rip VC-1 Blu-ray to MKV, that’s VC-1 MKV and Roku 4 can’t play VC-1 MKV.

Problems about VC-1 MKV playback issue on Roku 4

“I’m looking at buying a Roku 4 but I need to know how my blu-ray rips will play. Many should play fine because they match Roku’s supported content (MKV with h264 video). But, my Lord of the Rings blu-ray rips are encoded in VC-1. Based on my research, Roku 3 will play VC-1 if it’s inside of a WMV, but not if it’s inside an MKV. How about Roku 4?”

Rokus will direct play VC-1 in a WMV container if and only if you are using an old Roku like an N1000 or other first gen Roku. But when it comes to Roku 4, accroding to their support pages VC1 has disappeared completely so I can’t really believe what is there anymore.

The following media file formats are supported:

Video — H.264/AVC (.MKV, .MP4, .MOV), on Roku 4 only: H.265/HEVC (.MKV, .MP4, .MOV); VP9 (.MKV)

Audio – AAC (.MKV, .MP4, .MOV); MP3(.MP3, .MKV); WMA (.ASF, .WMA, .MKV), FLAC (.FLAC, .MKV), PCM (.WAV, .MKV, .MP4, .MOV), AC3/EAC3 (.MKV,.MP4. .MOV, .AC3), DTS (.MKV, .MP4, .MOV), ALAC (.MKV, .MP4, .MOV, .M4A)

Image — JPG, PNG, GIF (non-animated)

Only supported file types are shown in the Roku Media Player channel. The channel hides unsupported file types.

Multichannel AAC is not supported on all Roku models. Roku TV’s and Roku 4 set-top-boxes do support multichannel decode to PCM stereo.

On Roku set-top-boxes Dolby Digital audio (AC3, EAC3) is only supported via pass through.

DTS is only supported via pass through on both Roku set-top-boxes and Roku TV’s. You must connect your Roku player via HDMI or S/PDIF to a TV or receiver capable of decoding Dolby Digital or DTS in order to hear videos with audio tracks in those formats.

Some media server software may convert files into Roku compatible formats.

DRM-protected content is not supported.

How to Play VC-1 MKV on Roku 4?

Maybe you can try to convert VC-1 MKV to H.264 MKV, or you can re-rip your Blu-ray rips to H.264/AVC MP4, MKV directly with your MakeMKV. Here, we choose to convert VC-1 MKV to Roku 4 supported format with third party video transcoder.

I choose to use  Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate to convert VC-1 MKV to Roku 4. This video converter can convert any video like H.265/HEVC, VRO, TS, AVCHD, XAVC, DJI Phantom 4 4K video to Roku 4 compatible H.264/AVC (.MKV, .MP4, .MOV) and H.265/HEVC (.MKV, .MP4, .MOV) with right audio codec. It even can rip Blu-ray and DVD to Roku 4. Recently, it has just upgraded to 4.8.6.7 version to support MKB61 Blu-ray rip. It also can directly rip Blu-ray encoded VC-1 and AVC Blu-ray to H.264/AVC MKV for Rou 4, Kodi, OHC . If you are running on Mac OS X, turn to iMedia Converter for Mac. learn >>the top 5 reasons to choose Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac. If you haven’t got the software, download it now and let’s start the conversion.

Free download and install

          

Steps to Convert VC-1 MKV to Roku 4

1. Add movies

Run the Roku 4 Movie Coverter; click the Add button to load movie files to the program from your computer. You can also directly drag the video files into the program.

Roku Movie Coverter

2. Select the output format

Hit the Format box and choose Roku playable format. To store your movies on Roku 4 for widely using, you’d better encode them to .mp4, .mov, or .mkv, etc compressed format.

Learn also >> 4K to Roku 4 | MKV to Roku with Subtitle | Blu-ray to Roku

Roku video format

Tip: If you like, you can click “Settings” to change the video encoder, resolution, frame rate, etc. as you wish. Keep in mind the file size and video quality is based more on bitrate than resolution which means bitrate higher results in big file size, and lower visible quality loss, and vice versa.

3. Start to convert videos to Roku 4

Simply click the Convert button to start encoding video to MP4/MKV for Roku. Within several minutes, you can find the converted file on your computer by clicking the “Open” button.

Afterwards, it’s free to stream your converted VC-1 MKV with Roku 4. Make sure the wireless network connection is accessible among the Roku and iPad, Apple TV, PS3, HD TV or other media players. What’s more, you can also set Plex on Roku for Blu-ray/DVD playback on Roku.

News!! Pavtube Studio is holding on Summer Vacation Promotion, visit the page to see what you can get if you purchased Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate.

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View 4K videos on Samsung TV via Roku 4

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4K is the mainstreaming in the future, that’s why 4K TV having eaten more market share than 3D TV. But it doesn’t mean you can play 4K video only on a 4K TV. For example, you can play 4K video on Samsung TV via Roku 4 since Roku 4 supports video files with 4k resolution. It allows people watch 4K video on any TV hooked to the Roku 4. It does not need to be a 4k TV. That means, if you have a normal Samsung TV, you still can stream 4K video on it via Roku 4. 

 

To stream 4K video on Samsung TV via Roku 4, you need to know which video can be played or pass through via Roku 4 to TV. 

What media file types does the Roku Media Player channel support? 

The following media file formats are supported: 

  • Video — H.264/AVC (.MKV, .MP4, .MOV), on Roku 4 only: H.265/HEVC (.MKV, .MP4, .MOV); VP9 (.MKV)
  • Audio – AAC (.MKV, .MP4, .MOV); MP3(.MP3, .MKV); WMA (.ASF, .WMA, .MKV), FLAC (.FLAC, .MKV), PCM (.WAV, .MKV, .MP4, .MOV), AC3/EAC3 (.MKV,.MP4. .MOV, .AC3), DTS (.MKV, .MP4, .MOV), ALAC (.MKV, .MP4, .MOV, .M4A)


Samsung LED/SUHD TV Supported Video/Audio Formats 

Video Resolutions and Codecs 

 

Only supported 4K file types are shown in the Roku Media Player channel when streaming to Samsung TV. If your 4K video is not supported by Roku, it will hide the unsupported 4K files. So, if you download some 4K YIFY video, 4K ISO images, 4K YouTube FLV video or some 4K shootings from DJI Phantom 4 4K video, you’d better convert these 4K video to Roku 4/Samsung TV supported format. 

There are a number of tools capable of converting videos into a format that is playable on the Roku player and Samsung TV.  One of the more popular ones is called Handbrake. We have found that the Handbrake preset, “Regular – High Profile”, produces files that play well on Roku. However, today the 4K Video Converter we want to recommend is Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate. Learn >> Handbrake vs Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate : Which One Is Right for You? 

Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate – Convert 4K Video to Roku 4 Streaming on Samsung TV 

Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate is a professional 4K video converter on Windows 10/8.1/8, etc (Mac version supports El Capitan. It can transcode 4K video to Roku 4 supported and Samsung TV playable format. It also can make you edit 4K video, compress 4K video to 1080p/720p/480p, even  upscale your SD/HD video to  4096×2160 or 3840× 2160 resolution for your 4K TV, 4K tablet, 4K projector, etc 

Key features: 

  • Convert any video in 3840 x 2160 or 4096 x 2160 4k resolution to H.265 MP4/MKV for Roku 4 streaming on Samsung TV.
  • Transcode your iPhone 6S, Galaxy S7, Sony Xperia Z5/XA 4K shootings to Roku 4.
  • Rip 4K Blu-ray to 4K MP4/MKV for Samsung TV and Roku 4.
  • Re-encode DJI Phantom 4, GoPro HERO 4, Canon XC10, etc 4K AVCHD, XAVC, MTS, MXF, MP4, MOV, etc.
  • Solve 4K video playback issues on Himedia Q10 Pro, Nvidia Shield Android TV Box, Apple TV 4, Boxee, etc.
  • Edit simply 4k video such as crop, trim, merge, add watermark, rotate, effects and many more.


Free download and install 
  

Steps to Convert 4K video to Roku 4 streaming on Samsung TV 

Step 1. Import 4K videos 

This program offers you two ways to upload your 4K Video files. You can either click the “Files” button to browse your hard disk or local directories and load the target files or simply drag your local 4K videos onto the interface. The software supports batch conversion. 

 

Step 2. Choose output format for Samsung TV 

Hit the Output Format drop-down menu and go to “Format > TVS” to select “Samsung TV” as the output format. The optimized output format will contains the best video settings for playback on your Samsung smart TV and will be supported well by Roku 4. 

 

Note: If your Samsung TV is 4K model and support H.265, you can choose “Format > HD Video” to select “H.265 Video (*.mp4)” as the output format. 

 

Step 3: Custom 4K Video 

Audio Settings: 

Multichannel AAC  is not supported on all Roku models. Roku TV’s and Roku 4 set-top-boxes do support multichannel decode to PCM stereo. On Roku set-top-boxes Dolby Digital audio (AC3, EAC3) is only supported via pass through. DTS is only supported via pass through on both Roku set-top-boxes and Roku TV’s. You must connect your Roku player via HDMI or S/PDIF to a TV or receiver capable of decoding Dolby Digital or DTS in order to hear videos with audio tracks in those formats. 

So the best audio settings is to choose AAC stereo. Just click “Settings” icon on the interface then open a window like the below. Reset audio codec to AAC and channel to stereo. 

 

Subtitle Settings 

The Roku Media Player channel supports embedded subtitles in .mkv files. To choose a subtitle track use the ‘*’ button while the video is playing. 

The Roku Media Player will automatically include subtitle tracks found in .SRT files. The .srt files must be saved in the same folder as the video. They must have the same name as the video. They must have an extension of .srt. To include multiple .srt files you must insert a language extension for example movie.eng.srt or movie.ger.srt. 

So if you need subtitle, you can choose HD MKV format in the step two and change its video codec to H.265, size to 2160p in the step 3. 

Read: Hard Burn Subtitles to 1080P X264 MKV Video 

Step 4. Convert 4K Videos to Samsung TV and Roku 4 

Click the “Convert” button at the bottom-right corner of the interface to convert the 4K Video file to your Samsung smart TV and Roku 4. This 4K Video Converter will finish the 4K video to Samsung smart TV conversion in just a few minutes. 

After conversion, you can transfer all the output 4K MP4/MKV files to a USB drive and then plug the USB stick to USB port at the back of your Samsung TV. Now, you can play 4K video with Roku 4 on Samsung TV. You also can stream 4K video on Samsnug TV with Roku 4 via your home’s PC and DLNA server. 

Hot News!!: Pavtube Studio is holding on Summer Vacation Promotion. In the promotion period, you can get $10 Amazon gift card only if you are the first 30 people to buy Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate. You can contact our customers service staff after you purchased the software at support@pavtube.com. 

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The Best Way to Play MKV on Roku 4 with Subtitle

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Officially, the Roku 4 supports H.264 MKV. But when someone is playing the rips of Blu-ray/DVD movie collection (MKVs with no transcoding of the audio, video, etc), some noticed that many of the MKVs were not playing (“corrupt”). Why? After a bit of investigating I narrowed this down to subtitles. When we ripped our movies, many people tended to rip all of the subtitle tracks even though they would be pretty unlikely to use most of them. The Roku Media player (at least via DLNA) is unable to handle a MKV with multiple subtitle tracks.



Roku 4 does not support DVD (VOB) and blu-ray (PGS) subtitle formats. The only subtitle format supported by Roku is the SRT subtitle format with UTF-8 character encoding. When you rip Blu-ray/DVD to MKV with multiple subtitle/audio, the subtitle format kept often is PGS that can’t be displayed on Roku 4. 

So if you want to play your MKV file on Roku 4, you have two choices: 1.  Remove extra subtitle track by using MKV editing tools. 2. Add external SRT subtitle to MKV video. I saw the method 1 in Roku forum while it didn’t provide an effective MKV editing tool to remove certain subtitle track indeed. But I know how to add external subtitle to MKV file. 

How to Add external subtitle to MKV for playing on Roku 4 with subtitle?

Part 1: Find the associated subtitle

1. You can go and find the proper subtitles in some subtitle sites. Here are several famous and reliable subtitle websites for you to get the subtitles you want for your MKV videos.

http://www.moviesubtitles.org/
http://subscene.com/ 
http://www.subtitles.hr/

2. Perhaps, you also can extract the suitable srt subtitle from your source Blu-ray/DVD movies. You can refer to the guide: How to Extract SRT Subtitle from Blu-ray/DVD, BDMV, ISO?

Part 2: Add external SRT subtitle to MKV file

Step 1: Download Pavtube Video  Converter Ultimate on your Windows or iMedia Converter for Mac on Mac. They can help you add SRT/ASS/SSA subtitles to your MKV/AVI/MP4, etc videos.

Free download and install
          

Other Download:
– Pavtube old official address: http://www.pavtube.cn/blu-ray-video-converter-ultimate/
– Cnet Download: http://download.cnet.com/Pavtube-Video-Converter-Ultimate/3000-2194_4-75938564.html

Step 2: Run the right version app on your computer and import your MKV videos to it by clicking the “Add video” icon to import MKV video. (Snapshots are based on Windows version)



Step 3: Click “Edit” or the pencil icon  to switch to the editing interface, where you can find multiple editing functions and “Subtitle” is just one of them. Click the “Subtitle” tab and check the “Enable” box to allow you to add SRT/ASS/SSA subtitles to MKV videos. Then Click “Browse” to find and import the downloaded SRT/ASS/SSA subtitles.



Note:  Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate only supports SRT/ASS/SSA subtitles, and make sure that the subtitle file and your MKV video files are kept in the same folder sharing the same name.

Step 3: Go back to the main UI and click “Convert” to start inserting SRT subtitles to your MKV videos. If you don’t want to keep the original MKV format, just click the format bar to choose the output video format you want before conversion.

Now, test the MKV video on Roku 4. It should has subtitle displayed on the screen. 

Roku Subtitle tips

The SRT file must be external when used with MP4 and can be either external or internal when used with MKV. When using SRT subtitles, make sure your movie and the SRT file have the same name, otherwise the Roku will not know which movie it is associated with. Plex Media Server should scan your video file and automatically download the SRT subs for you. If not, you will need to download your own SRT subtitles if needed.

If you don’t want to mess with SRT subtitles, you can also embed the original subtitles from your DVD or blu-ray movies. For DVD, you can use either the MP4 or the MKV container. For blu-ray, you have to use the MKV container as PGS subtitles are not supported with MP4. Roku may never support embedded VOB and PGS subtitles, but Plex can help you by means of transcoding.

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How to Backup Blu-ray for Roku 3?

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Roku supports 1800+ streaming channels including YouTube, Netflix, etc. and 200,000+ movies and TV episodes. And the Roku 3 even comes with remote with headphone jack for private listening. So watching movies on Roku 3, you never need to worrying about disturbing family in the dead evening. With this popular streaming player, how can we enjoy DVD/Blu-ray movies? In the former post of the blog, we taught you how to watch DVD on Roku 3 and here, we continue to show you the way of playing Blu-ray with Roku 3.

Officially, the Roku 3 only supports H.264 MKV and MP4/M4V video. So the point to watch Blu-ray on Roku 3 is to bypass the Blu-ray encryption and change the format to Roku 3 suitable format. Luckily, there is an easy workaround to fulfill the task.

For realizing Blu-ray playback on Roku 3, you can use Pavtube BDMagic (Review). It can remove Blu-ray copy protection and change Blu-ray to Roku 3 suitable H.264 MP4,MKV, MOV, etc with original video quality. It has several video codecs and allows you to change the raw video codec like changing H.265 MP4 to H.264 MP4 video for Roku 3, or reset video and audio parameters to get better video quality. 

Mac users can turn to BDMagic for Mac. And Windows users can directly click at the below to download the program and start conversion.

          

Other Download:
– Pavtube old official address: http://www.pavtube.cn/blu-ray-ripper/
– Cnet Download: http://download.cnet.com/Pavtube-BDMagic/3000-7970_4-75922877.html

How to Stream Blu-ray Movies to Roku 3 with suitable format?

Step 1: Load Blu-ray movie

Run the Blu-ray to Roku 3 programme, click “File” > “Load from disc” to import Blu-ray. Or choose “Load from folder” “Load IFO/ISO” to import  Blu-ray folder.Step 2: Choose output format.

Click the put down menu of “Format”, and then choose MP4, MKV from “Common Video” profile list. 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.

Step 3: Get down to Blu-ray ripping for Roku 3

Click “Browse” to determine the destination file you want to save the ripped Blu-ray movie. And then hit the “Convert” button to realize Blu-ray to Roku 3 conversion. After that, hit “open output folder” to find the generated movie.

With this simple Blu-ray to Roku 3 conversion, you can now enjoy Blu-ray on Roku 3 at ease without any incompatible problem.

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How to Stream DVD Movie to Roku 3 for Playing on HD TV

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Want to watch movies in the evening and your wife and children hate your behavior for the noisy movies disturb their sleep? If so, get a Roku 3! This streaming player shines not only because supports 1800+ streaming channels including Netflix, etc, but also for the remote controller has headphone jack which can let the loudspeaker of TV mute so that you don’t worry about disturbing your family any more when enjoying movies in the dead of night. Despite of various merits, Roku 3 doesn’t know how to play DVD-like sources. So, if you want to play DVD movies via Roku 3 on HD TV with privacy listening, it is sensible to learn how to stream DVD to Roku 3 with a professional DVD ripper in the following part. 

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Video formats supported by Roku 3 only cover MKV (H.264), MP4 (H.264), MOV (H.264), WMV (VC-1, firmware 3.1 only). For realizing DVD playback on Roku 3 with HD TV, you can use Pavtube BDMagic (Review). It can remove DVD copy protection and change DVD to Roku 3 suitable H.264 MP4,MKV, MOV, etc with original video quality. It has several video codecs and allows you to change the raw video codec like changing H.265 MP4 to H.264 MP4 video, or reset video and audio parameters to get better video quality. It now has upgraded with more functions. 

Mac users can turn to the equivalence product: BDMagic for Mac

Now, get the BDMagic on Windows computer freely and follow the steps to rip DVD to Roku 3:

          

Other Download:
– Pavtube old official address: http://www.pavtube.cn/blu-ray-ripper/
– Cnet Download: http://download.cnet.com/Pavtube-BDMagic/3000-7970_4-75922877.html

Step 1: Load DVD movie

Run the DVD to Roku 3 programme, click “File” > “Load from disc” to import DVD. Or choose “Load from folder” “Load IFO/ISO” to import DVD folder, DVD ISO or IFO.

Tips: You can choose preferred audio and subtitle on main UI as above.

Step 2: Set the output format

You can choose the output format according to your TV brand in TVs profile. Here, we choose “Sony TV(*mp4)” as the output format for Sony HD TV.

Tips: The pencil-like “Edit” button allows you to trim, crop, add watermarks, apply special video effects, edit audio tracks, and insert subtitles, etc.

There are more surprises this ripping program can bring to you like adjusting audio and video settings to the best, choosing preferred movie chapters to convert, splitting a movie into several, merging several clips into one, etc.

Step 3: Get down to DVD conversion for Roku 3

Click “Browse” to determine the destination file you want to save the ripped DVD movie. And then hit the “Convert” button to realize DVD to Roku 3 conversion. After that, hit “open output folder” to find the generated movie.

Stream ripped DVD video via Roku 3 on HD TV

1. Transfer the ripped DVD video to a USB file or SD card and attach it to Roku box;
2. Make sure the USB Media Player Channel has been installed from Roku Store and find the movie in this channel to stream (Tips: In a folder with both video files and subfolders, the video files are shown at the top of the screen and the subfolders at the bottom of the screen).

Now, you can enjoy favorite DVD movies on Roku 3 quietly in the evening without worrying about disturbing your families.

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