How to Stream Ex Machina Bluray on Samsung Smart TV without Blu-ray Player?

How to Stream Ex Machina Bluray on Samsung Smart TV without Blu-ray Player?

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If you love science fiction psychological thriller film, don’t miss Ex Machina, which is nominated as the one of the Best Original Screenplay, Best Visual Effects movies in the 88th Academy Award Ceremony. More pleasantly to learn that Ex Machina now is on Blu-ray. But for those who only have a TV, such Samsung Smart TV but no a Blu-ray player, how to stream Ex Machina Bluray on Samsung Smart TV without Blu-ray Player?



When you had no disc-based content before, you won’t purchase a Blu-ray player. But now, you have a Ex Machina Bluray disc. Do you have to buy a new and expensive Blu-ray player for only one Blu-ray disc? Of course not. There is a practical method to help you realize Ex Machina Blu-ray movie playback on Samsung Smart TV without Blu-ray Player successfully. That is to make a digital copy of Ex Machina Bluray with Blu-ray Ripper on Windows 10/8.1/8/7 then to play Ex Machina MP4 movie on on Samsung Smart TV via USB port, Chromecast, Plex, etc without using Blu-ray Player. 

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Pavtube ByteCopy is a nice choice. It can circumvent the copy restriction mechanism of Blu-ray discs and extract the Ex Machina main title in MP4 format for Samsung 4K SUHD JS9000 Series, 4K SUHD JS8600 Series, 4K SUHD JS8500 Series, 4K SUHD JS7500 Series,  4K UHD JU6700 Series, 4K UHD JU6500 Series, LED J6300 Series, LED J5205 Series, LED J4500 Series, etc Smart TV. 

It can rip Ex Machina Bluray on Samsung Smart TV supported format with original video quality at ultra fast speed. It can compress 4K Blu-ray to 1080p for Samsung LED Smart TV while upscale 1080p Blu-ray to 2160p for Samsung 4K TV. It provides the optimized preset for Samsung/Sony/LG/Panasonic TV. 

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How to Convert and Play Ex Machina Bluray on Samsung Smart TV without Blu-ray Player?

Step 1. Import Blu-ray movie

Click “File” icon to load Blu-ray Ex Machina to this program. At the chapter list below, you can choose desired subtitle or you can tick forced subtitle to show on your output movies.     
     
                                                                                
Step 2: Choose Samsung TV supported format

Click “Format” and navigate to “TVS” profile. Here lists the main four TV brands. Just choose Samsung TV. Or you can also select common H.264 MP4 format in “Common Video” or HD MP4 from “HD Video” so that you can play Ex Machina movie on Samsung Smart TV via WD Media Server
     


Tip: If you want to adjust video resolution for your different Samsung smart TV mode, you can click “Settings”. Then select the right resolution number in “Size” box. 

Step 3: Start Blu-ray Ex Machina to Samsung Smart TV 

Hit the big red “Convert” button in bottom right corner to start Blu-ray Ex Machina to MP4 for Samsung Smart TV conversion. When the process is completed, open output folder and find the generated MP4 file.     

Then, you can transfer the Ex Machina MP4 file to Eternal Hard Drive then play Ex Machina movie on Samsung Smart TV with built-in media player via USB port. Or you can choose to store the Blu-ray rips to NAS then stream Ex Machina Blu-ray movie on Samsung Smart TV via Kodi without Blu-ray Player.

In addition, i you want to play Blu-ray/DVD With Multiple Audio Tracks/Subtitles or want to have subtitles displayed on HDTV when playing ripped Blu-ray, just choose ByteCopy also. It converts the PGS subtitles to DVD subtitle format, which is definitely acceptable by HD media players. It also lets you add additional SRT/ASS/SSA subtitles to Ex Machina and other Oscars Movie files for MKV file, including forced subtitles.

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