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Summary: This article shows you an easy way to rip and convert DVD to Seagate Wireless Plus supported video for moving to Seagate Wireless Plus for safe storage or wide sharing.

Instead of just storing your files on the local hard drive, the Seagate Wireless Plus is a portable backup drive that doubles as a WiFi hotspot, letting you stream media files and share data with smartphones, tablets, and other devices. If you are a Blu-ray or DVD collection owner, why not try to moving your Blu-ray/DVD to Seagate Wireless Plus for sharing with more people. Now learn the step-by-step guide on rip and copy Blu-ray/DVD to Seagate Wireless Plus.

First download and install Brorsoft Blu-ray Ripper

As you know, Seagate Wireless Plus can support a wide range of videos; however, due to the reason of lacking DVD, BD drive, Seagate Wireless Plus can not meet the demands of putting DVD, Blu-ray discs onto it directly. To achieve this goal, an easy-to-use Blu-ray Converter is the key. The recommended Brorsoft Blu-ray ripper is capable of ripping Blu-ray, DVD to almost all video formats, such as AVI, MP4, MPEG, WMV, MOV, FLV for storing on Seagate Wireless Plus. What?s more, it provides various optimal presets for playback on iPhone, iPad, iPod, Apple TV, iTunes, Samsung, Chromecast, etc. For Mac users, please turn to Brorsoft Mac Blu-ray ripping software, which enables you to convert DVD/Blu-ray to Seagate on Mac OS X (including Mavericks).

How to Rip and Copy DVD/Blu-ray to Seagate Wireless Plus friendly video

1. Load DVD/Blu-ray movie

Launch the Blu-ray ripping software on PC and click ?File? > ?Load from disc? to load DVD or Blu-ray movie.



2. Choose output format

Since almost of all the media devices like iPad, laptops, smart TV, game consoles, Apple TV, smartphones and tablets that Seagate Wireless Plus can be used with can support MP4 video files. So you can target MP4 as output format from ?Common Video?.



Tip: Click Settings bar, you can adjust the level of compression to suit the quality you want.

3. Convert DVD/Blu-ray movies

Hit the ?Convert? button to start ripping DVD, Blu-ray movies to MP4 format for Seagate Wireless Plus. After the conversion, click Open button to locate the output videos. Afterwards, you can copy and upload the converted DVD/Blu-ray to Seagate Wireless Plus for easier access on Wi-Fi enabled smartphones and tablets, laptops, etc.

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