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Sony BDP S570 and DLNA Video streaming

by juanluisl / July 8, 2010 2:09 AM PDT

I have a Sony BDP S570 and a Western Digital myBook World 2 TB external HD network connected.
I want to backup my entire DVD collection to the external HD and I want to watch them in the sony player.

The question is: to what format do I have to convert the DVD's so I?ll be able to watch them ?
I have tryied MKV, Handbrake, etc without success....

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Try avc/h.264 first,
by ahtoi / July 8, 2010 2:42 AM PDT

if that doesn't work, then avc/h.264HD.

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Thanks !
by juanluisl / July 12, 2010 5:35 AM PDT
In reply to: Try avc/h.264 first,

Now I have this question:
How can I transfer a whole ripped DVD to h.264 or h.264HD formats?

Thanks again.


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I am not into hi-def at this point, so...
by ahtoi / July 12, 2010 7:27 AM PDT
In reply to: Thanks !

I am not all that familiar with all the software out there but I pretty sure companies like Nero, Corel have them. Maybe go download their trial-wares for a look.

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