Watch DVD films on iPads via Plex on Mac OS X El Capitan

With increased memory capacity and an improved screen resolution, the iPad can be a portable media player. Plex is a media server & library that’s able to organize the media stored on your computer, like DVD films, TV shows, music DVDs, etc, and stream that content to your iPad (including iPad Air 2, iPad mini 4/3/2/1, iPad 4/3/2/1, etc), and other Plex compatible devices.

The first thing you need to do is transfer films on DVD Disc to Plex on your Mac OS X El Capitan that you can watch films on your iPad via Plex. Plex allows us to store all DVD movies, videos, TV shows on a central serve and play them anywhere you want. According to the web page, Plex supports the following audio and video formats:

Video: H.264, MPEG-4, WMV 3, WMV 2, etc;
Audio: AAC, AC 3, MP 2, MP 3, WMAV 2, etc.

When you try to hunting the proper DVD ripper to convert films to the newest Mac OS X El Capitan, the most important thing you must consider in advance is system compatibility. Constantly updated to fit with the latest technology, Pavtube BDMagic for Mac, which is available for Mac users. It is easy to use for conversion and editing and makes great quality copies of DVD films with fast speed to popular device formats.

As the best ripping software, Pavtube BDMagic has numbers of great features to make it a good choice for ripping and converting DVD films to iPads compatibility formats (iPad supported formats). This tool can assist you rip Thanksgiving DVD to iPad/Plex video format for streaming to iPad for playback via Plex channel. Plus, with it, you can freely select your wanted subtitles or show the forced subtitles as you need for your favorite movie. It also displays a pleasing interface with a self-explanatory option-set placed in it.

Besides that, using the “Full Disc Copy” feature, you can copy DVD’s original file structure to BDMV/Video_TS folder with all subs tracks, audio streams and chapter information included and also save 100% intact M2TS/VOB main movie from your DVD Disc without any quality loss.

In addition, there is no need to worried about its’ price, because of Thanksgiving Day is coming, Pavtube offers up to 30% discount for Pavtube BDMagic for Mac (More sales information please kindly follow: 2015 Thanksgiving day Promotion). free get the software at below and follow the steps to rip/copy DVD movies on on iPads via Plex on Mac OS X El Capitan.

          

Other Download:
– Pavtube old official address: http://www.pavtube.cn/blu-ray-ripper-mac/
– Cnet Download: http://download.cnet.com/Pavtube-BDMagic/3000-7970_4-76177782.html

How to rip/copy DVD movies on on iPads via Plex on Mac OS X El Capitan?

Step 1: Add the DVD movies

Insert your DVD disc to the drive, then launch the DVD on El Capitan and click the “Load from disc” button to select and load the DVD movies you want to store on your Plex. VIDEO_TS folder, ISO and IFO files are also supported. After the DVD movie is loaded, you can preview it on the right viewing window and adjust volume or take snapshots freely.

Step 2: Choose output format

Choose a compatible format for iPads playing via Plex. Here I recommend you click the format bar and choose “H.264 video (*.m4v)”.

Additional Tips:

As mentioned above, officially, the iPads support MPEG-4 and H.264 with .mov, .m4v, and .mp4 extensions video, meaning that’s the only media recognized over Plex’ Direct Play. If you want to prepare all of your media files (VOB, MKV, AVI, MPG, DVD and Blu-ray) for playback on iPads, you can get Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate (an all-in-one video, DVD and Blu-ray solution) to achieve your goal smoothly.

Step 3: Start the final ripping process

Hit the “Convert” button at the bottom of the main interface to start the conversion. When you the conversion process shows in 100%, you can locate the ripped films in the target folder.

Transfer the Ripped DVD movies to Plex Media Server

Step 1: Download Plex on your computer.

Step 2: To launch the Plex Server interface, right click on the arrow icon and click on “Media Manager.” This should open Plex in your default browser, and you should see this screen:

Step 3: Click on the “Add a section” link in My Library. A popup will ask you if you want to add movies, TV shows, music or photos. Select the type of media you want to add.

Step 4: Once you’ve selected the type of media, you’ll have to point Plex to the folder(s) where your iTunes movies are stored.

Step 5: Add all the locations on your disk where you think you have your videos stored, and hit save. Once you click save, Plex should automatically start scanning your media and fetching artwork and other associated metadata from the internet.

Now you can enjoy the DVD movies on iPads via Plex on Mac OS X El Capitan without any hassles.

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