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I have a D-Link DSM-320 RD that I have been happy with. I would like to move my DVD's onto shared network storage so that can access all of my movies from any TV in my home (that has a meida player hooked to it) without having to muck around with physically loading a DVD. How does one go about ripping a DVD into a format that can be accessed on a hard drive via a media player? I am guessing I can use a product like DVD Shrink but I am not sure where to begin.


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I would not recommend ripping a DVD to iso if you wish to play the ripped DVD on your DSM. The DSM does not support playing iso's. See the supported video formats here: http://www.dlink.com/products/?sec=0&pid=387


What you could do is rip the DVD to IFO using a tool like DVDDecryptor and then transocde it to XVid using AutoGK. There's a tutorial here:
http://www.autogk.me.uk/modules.php?name=TutorialEN


Note: The DSM 320 does not support AC3 or DTS audio so you will need to convert the DVD audio stream to mp3. It sounds like a lot of work but follow the tut above and you'll find once you set everything up its quite easy
 

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I would not recommend ripping a DVD to iso if you wish to play the ripped DVD on your DSM. The DSM does not support playing iso's. See the supported video formats here: http://www.dlink.com/products/?sec=0&pid=387


What you could do is rip the DVD to IFO using a tool like DVDDecryptor and then transocde it to XVid using AutoGK. There's a tutorial here:
http://www.autogk.me.uk/modules.php?name=TutorialEN


Note: The DSM 320 does not support AC3 or DTS audio so you will need to convert the DVD audio stream to mp3. It sounds like a lot of work but follow the tut above and you'll find once you set everything up its quite easy

Excellent - thanks for the heads up and link to the tutorial!
 

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Note: The DSM 320 does not support AC3 or DTS audio so you will need to convert the DVD audio stream to mp3. It sounds like a lot of work but follow the tut above and you'll find once you set everything up its quite easy

Except when you do that you lose surround sound.
 
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