Summary: You can rip Blu-ray to Sony Blu-ray Player supported digital files then stream the media from USB or DLNA devices. This way can make you free you from physical discs.
There are many reasons to rip your Blu-ray to Blu-ray Player then stream to TV such as ripping Blu-ray to Sony Blu-ray Player. Probably, you might need to bring your Blu-ray movie to club but afraid of scratching your expensive Blu-ray discs; another reason may be that your Sony Blu-ray Player only can read AVC Blu-ray but your Blu-ray disc is encoded with VC-1. Whatever the reason, here the article shows you the easiest way to rip Blu-ray to Sony Blu-ray Player for TV streaming.
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If you rip Blu-ray to Sony Blu-ray Player, you have two ways to enjoy your Blu-ray movies on your Sony Blu-ray Player, which are from USB or DLNA devices.
- Use the DLNA feature to access media files over your home network from other DLNA enabled devices, such as a PC or PlayStation®4 system.
- Enjoy media files from a USB device, such as a digital camera, MP3 player, or USB storage device, connected to the USB input on the Blu-ray Disc player.
No matter which way you use to stream Blu-ray rips on Sony Blu-ray player, you need to know that not all video format can be accepted by Sony Blu-ray Player.You can learn what format video can be played on Sony Blu-ray Player from USB and DLNA.
Supported File Formats for DLNA and USB Compatible Sony Blu-ray Players and Network Media Players
O = Supported
X = Not Supported
|Category||File Type||File Extension||Audio Codec||Sample Rate (Khz)||DLNA||USB|
|Video||MPEG-1 PS||.mpg, .mpeg||Dolby Digital, DTS, LPCM, MPEG||n/a||O||O|
|MPEG-2 PS||.mpg, .mpeg||Dolby Digital DTS, LPCM, MPEG||n/a||O1||O|
|MPEG-2 TS||.m2ts, .mts||Dolby Digital DTS, LPCM MPEG, AAC||n/a||O2||O|
|Xvid||.avi||Dolby Digital LPCM, MP2, MP3, WMA9||n/a||O||O|
|DivX HD 1080P||.avi, .divx||MP2, MP3, Dolby Digital, LPCM, WMA9||n/a||O||O|
|MPEG4/AVC||.mkv||Dolby Digital, AAC, MP2, MP3, PCM||n/a||X||O|
|MPEG-4/AVC MP4||.mp4, .m4v||AAC||n/a||X||O|
|MPEG-4/AVC TS||.m2ts, .mts||Dolby Digital, AAC LPCM, MPEG||n/a||X||O|
|VC1 TS||..m2ts, .mts||Dolby Digital DTS, AAC LPCM, MPEG||n/a||X||O|
|AVCHD (Ver 1.0)||AVCHD disc Format Folder (MPEG4/AVC)||Dolby Digital AAC||n/a||X||O|
|Music||MP3||.mp3||[2 channel audio]||48 (Max.)||O||O|
|AAC||.m4a||[2 channel audio]||48 (Max.)||O||O|
|WMA9||.wma||n/a||8, 16, 32, 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 176.4, 192||O||O|
|Image||JPEG||.jpeg, .jpg, .jpe||n/a||n/a||O||O|
2: DLNA Supports Dolby Digtial only.
Best Blu-ray Ripper Recommended
– Rip NTSC and PAL Blu-ray and DVD to Sony Blu-ray Player.
– Decrypt Blu-ray encoded VC-1 and AVC to MKV, AVI, MP4, WMV for Blu-ray player.
– Rip Blu-ray to uncompressed MKV in lossless quality
– Rip BD/DVD to multi-track MP4/MOV with multiple subtitle/audio.
– Batch conversion, GPU acceleration, video editing function.
Step-by-step to rip Blu-ray to Sony Blu-ray Player for TV streaming
Step 1: Load Blu-ray disc
Launch the program on your computer, insert your Blu-ray disc into an internal or external Blu-ray drive, on the program’s main interface, click “File” > “Load from disc” to load commercial Blu-ray disc to the application.
Step 2: Choose output format
From the chart above, you can choose output format according to your streaming way. MPEG-2 TS, DivX, XviD AVI would be better cause they are supported by the two ways.
Tip: Click on “Settings” to modify video codec, resolution, frame rate, sample rate etc according to the chart above. Of course, different settings will have different results. And you should know, the higher video quality with bigger video size, please pay attention to your storage. Or you can also keep the origional settings which is also a good choice. Especailly, you should check the audio codec in light of the chart.
Step 3: Start Blu-ray to Sony Blu-ray player conversion
Start ripping rental Blu-ray movies to Blu-ray player compatible formats by clicking on the “Convert” button. After the conversion completed, you can open output folder to locate the converted Blu-ray files.
You can put your Blu-ray rips to USB then play it on Sony Blu-ray Player via USB port. Or you also can put Blu-ray movies into NAS then stream it on Blu-ray Player with Wi-Fi.