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Backup and Upload Blu-ray Collections to Seagate Wireless Plus

The Seagate Wireless Plus is a good way to carry all of your media files with you without having to schlep a laptop with you. With its built-in battery, media server, and Wi-Fi router, so you can share videos, photos, and music on the road.  If you happen to have lots of Blu-rays, why not try to moving your Blu-ray to Seagate Wireless Plus for streaming to your smartphones or tablets on a multi-hour journey in the car.

Can we copy Blu-ray to Seagate Wireless Plus directly?

The answer is no. Almost all Blu-ray discs adopt copy protection like BD+, AACS, region codes, Cinavia, UOP, Digital Rights Management, High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection and BD-ROM Mark to prevent unauthorized access to Blu-ray disc and the playback of Blu-ray media using unauthorized devices. And you'll usually get an error if you try to copy the contents of an encrypted Blu-ray to Seagate Wireless Plus. To successfully copy Blu-ray to Seagate Wireless Plus, an easy-to-use Blu-ray ripping and copying tool is required.

Pavtube ByteCopy, an ultra fast Blu-ray ripping solution, is capable of automatically removing the Blu-ray disc copy protection in the backaround without installing third-party plug-in, and then ripping Blu-ray to a proper format appropriate for uploading to Seagate Wireless Plus. What’s more, it provides various optimal presets for playback on iPad, iPhone, PS4 Pro, Apple TV, Samsung, etc. For Mac users, please turn to Pavtube ByteCopy for Mac, which enables you to convert Blu-ray to Seagate Wireless Plus on macOS High Sierra as well as MacOS Sierra, Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan, Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite, etc.

Now download the right version and check out the guide below.

Guide: Rip and Convert Blu-ray to Seagate Wireless Plus

This quick guide takes Pavtube ByteCopy Windows version (Including Windows 10) screenshots as an example. The method to backup Blu-ray to Seagate Wireless Plus on Mac is the same. All that you should take care is to download the right version according to your computer.

Step 1. Load Blu-ray movies

Click the "Load Disc" button on the top left or “File” > “Load from disc” to add the Blu-ray disc to the ripper. Blu-ray Folder is also supported. After the BD files are loaded, you can preview them on the right preview window and take snapshots of your favorite movie scene.


Tip 1: Check the movie title you want to rip, and then you can click the dropdown menu after "Subtitles" and "Audio" respectively to select your wanted subs and audio track to be preserved in the resulted files. What’s more, Pavtube ByteCopy also offers an option called Forced subtitles, which enables you to see subtitles only when actors are speaking a different language. 

Tip 2. You can also backup and upload DVD movies to Seagate Wireless Plus with this software.

Step 2: Select Seagate Wireless Plus compatible formats

Since almost all the media devices like smart TV, game consoles, smartphones and tablets that Seagate Wireless Plus can be used with support MP4 format. So you can click format bar to select MP4 as target format from “Common Video” or "HD Video" category.

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Tip 3. The unique ability of this Blu-ray ripper is that it can rip both DVD and Blu-ray sources with multiple audio and subtitle tracks, chapter markers preserved, such as rip Blu-ray to multi-track Lossless MKV.

Tip 4: Simply click "Settings" button and you can tweak the settings like video bitrate, frame rate, audio sample rate, etc to your satisfaction.

Step 3. Convert Blu-ray movies to Seagate Wireless Plus

Hit the "Convert" button to start ripping 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 Blu-ray movie to Seagate Wireless Plus:

1. Connect to the Wireless Plus network from the device where you've downloaded your movies.
2. From the Wireless Plus main screen, navigate to one of the media views: Videos, Photos, Music, Documents.
3. Click the Upload button on the top menu.
4. Enter the file name or click Browse and then locate the file you want to copy to your Wireless Plus device.
5. Click Upload. The file will be added to the category you selected.

How to play videos on a DLNA playback device with Seagate Wireless Plus

Just follow these instructions to make the content that is loaded on your Seagate Wireless Plus device accessible through DLNA via your playback device.

Such devices include: Smart TVs, Blu-Ray players, and Android media tablets.

1. Power on the Seagate Wireless Plus device.

2. Load the desired content to the Wireless Plus, if you have not yet done so.

3. Connect the Wireless Plus in concurrent mode.

4. Please see below for instructions on how to connect the Wireless Plus drive in concurrent mode.

Once the Wireless Plus device is set up in concurrent mode, power on the playback device. At this point, please check your device documentation for setting up DLNA for media services or similar terminology. The procedure from here will vary, depending on the manufacturer and model of your playback device.  Please note that you will also only be able to play files that are natively supported by your playback device.

How to connect the Seagate Wireless Plus in concurrent mode.

1. Power on the Wireless Plus and wait for the LED to illuminate solid blue.

2. From your computer or mobile device, in the device's WiFi settings, select the Wireless Plus.

3. Launch the Seagate Media app or launch a web browser and type the following into the address bar: Then press Enter.

4. Click the WiFi icon at the top of the Seagate Media app or browser window. Depending on your operating system, you may need to tap on the Settings icon to see this option.

5. Select the network you want to join. If security is enabled on the selected WiFi network, enter the required password.

6. Once you have chosen your network, it will begin to connect you to the internet and your Wireless Plus at the same time. A message displays stating that you are no longer connected to the Seagate Wireless Plus drive. This is normal. Please allow 45-60 seconds for it to reconnect with the Seagate Wireless Plus and the selected WiFi network.

7. The WiFi icon changes. Your device is now connected concurrently.

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