Monday, May 30, 2016

Store 3D movies to NAS for watching and storing

Now, movies buffs don't have to go to theater to enjoy 3D movies, you can store your 3D movies to NAS to watching them on 3D TV3D VR headsets etc at home. Good News for 3D movie lovers is that, apart from bringing us overwhelming audio-visual banquet, watching 3D movies can boost our brain power according a new study. If you want to backup 3D movies on NAS drive for watching everywhere with family or friends, this guide would be helpful. 

How to Make Your 3D movies Most Suitable for Playing and streaming from NAS drive?

Generally, you may encounter great difficulty in playing 3D movies from a home NAS server. In fact, it is necessarey to change your 3D movies to a playable format like MP4 for smooth enjoying on computer, watching on iPhone/iPad/Android, uploading to YouTube/blog, opening in VLC/QuickTime player, editing on NLEs, etc. before managing and storing them onto NAS drive. 

In such cases, Pavtube Video Converter is a great helper for you. For one thing, it has abundant profiles such that users do not have to make personal settings while getting the best output videos made for main-stream mobile devices, media players, game consoles; for another, this NAS video converter also allows users to select and adjust aspect ratio, change bitrate and other video/audio parameters to get the most ideal output files for any portable device. All your media files including various videos like 2D/3D H.265, 4K, AVI, MKV, AVCHD (.mts, .m2ts), MPEG (.mpg, .mpeg), MOV, MTS, WMV, FLV, VOB, Tivo videos, iMovie files and DVD, Blu-ray, ISO etc all can be converted for playing from NAS in a simple manner. 

For mac users, please turn to Mac version. Now just download the program to learn how to convert 3D movies to correct format like MP4 to store on NAS for streaming. 

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Converting 3D movies to NAS Drive streaming with the best 3D video converter: 

1. Add 3D movies 

Run the 3D Video Coverter; click the "Add video" button to load video files. You can also directly drag the video files into the program. 


2. Select the output format 

Hit the Format box and choose your desired format. To store 3D movies on NAS for widely using, you'd better encode your movies to .mp4, .mov, or .avi, etc compressed format. Here, MP4 is highly recommended for its easy availability, high compatibility, great compression rate and especially amazing video quality. 


Tip: If you like, you can click "Settings" to change the video encoder, resolution, frame rate, etc. as you wish. Keep in mind the file size and video quality is based more on bitrate than resolution which means bitrate higher results in big file size, and lower visible quality loss, and vice versa. 

3. Start to convert 3D movies to NAS drive 

Simply click the "Start conversion" button to start encoding 3D movies to MP4 for NAS. Within several minutes, you can find the converted file on your computer by clicking the "Open" button. Afterwards, it’s free to stream 3D movie files from NAS onto Apple TV, PS3, HD TV or other media players. Make sure the wireless network connection is accessible first. 

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