Summary: Limited iPad storage is a thing of the past. This is Seagate
Wireless Plus era. Storing all your Purchased Movies to Seagate Wireless Plus for watching on various portable devices anywhere gets popular.
What better way to make the best use of your time while on a long road trip or tedious
plane flight than by watching some cool new movies. But your phones and iPads only come with so much space, which easily gets filled up when you download apps and take a lot of videos. So
Seagate Wireless Plus comes in and helps you. This handy wireless drive can store thousands of movies, tons of music, and more to keep you occupied while on the road with 7 hours of battery
This mobile storage device can also stream three different movies to three people at the same time. It means that Wireless Plus is ideal for entertaining kids during long car rides considering the convenient car charger. What you need to do is just to store the kids liked movies to Seagate Wireless Plus, ripped from the purchased Blu-ray/DVD disc, for watching anywhere wirelessly.
You can put many kinds of purchased movies to Seagate Wireless Plus in various formats, but your portable devices maybe can’t play all kinds of videos like iPad, iPhone, Android Smart Phone, tablet, etc. For example, your Android phones and tablet can’t play the movies ripped from purchased Blu-ray/DVD discs for copy protection. Or too high-resolution file maybe cause a choppy viewing experience or fail to play on your iPad for the too much bandwidth desire. For resolving these issues, you maybe should use a software on your computer to change the file format/codec to one that is supported by general portable devices or modify the file to a lower quality to prevent playability issues. Here, for Mac and Windows users, I recommend Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate and Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac.
Store purchased movies to Seagate Wireless Plus on Windows computer
Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate is the best video transcoding solution for Windows users to rip and backup Blu-ray/DVD movies, transcode video clip to almost all popular video and audio formats to store your purchased movies to Seagate Wireless Plus. It can transcode H.265/HEVC, TiVo, MXF, MOV, M4V, and other HD videos to regular H.264 MP4, AVI, MKV, etc and to devices, like iPad, iPhone, Android phones, Windows phones, game consoles, HD media players, and more.
Free download and install
- Pavtube old official address: http://www.pavtube.cn/blu-ray-video-converter-ultimate/
- Cnet Download: http://download.cnet.com/Pavtube-Video-Converter-Ultimate/3000-2194_4-75938564.html
Step 1: Load files to the program
Start the program on your computer and click"Add Video/Audio" from"File"drop-down list to add the files you desire to convert to the application.
Step 2: Choose output file format.
From the"Format" drop-down option, you can select a format that's widely support by many portable devices such as"H.264 Video(*MP4)" format as the output profile.
Step 3: Adjust output profile parameters.
For smaller size and better playback your purchased movies via Seagate Wireless Plus, you can adjust the output video parameters. Remember, lower bitrate leads to lower storage space.
Step 4: Transcode movies on Windows
Hit the right-bottom"Convert"button to start transcode video on Windows for storing movies to Seagate Wireless Plus.
Store purchased movies to Seagate Wireless Plus on Mac
Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac is a top-ranked video converting application on Mac. It not only has an all-inclusive list of formats and devices for conversion, but also includes nearly every format in its output format list. So it can easily rip and copy purchased Blu-ray/DVD movies to Seagate Wireless Plus with common video format. It enables you convert H.265 MP4 to H.264 MP4/MKV/AVI for smaller size and bandwidth for smoothly streaming on phones and iPad on move.
Free download and install
- Pavtube old official address: http://www.pavtube.cn/imedia-converter-mac/
- Cnet Download: http://download.cnet.com/Pavtube-iMedia-Converter/3000-2194_4-76177788.html
Step 1: Load purchased files to the program.
Launch the software on your Mac computer, click the "Load files" button or "Add video" button to add source movies.
Step 2: Choose common format to output
For great video quality and smoothly playback considerations, you can select the H.264 as output format from "Format > HD Video > H.264 HD Video (*.mp4)".
Step 3: Downscale movie codec and size
Open "Profile Settings" window, you can change H.265 codec to H.264 codec for smaller size. And from Size(pix) drop-down list, select "1920x1080" as the resolution for output file which has high video quality.
Step 4: Begin to convert movies to Seagate Wireless Plus
Start the conversion process on Mac by clicking the right-bottom convert button. And after the process, open output folder, you can find your created movies.
Move Your Purchased Blu-ray/DVD Movies to Seagate Wireless Plus
It’s easy to take your media wherever you go. When you convert purchased movies to common video formats, just load them up on the Wireless Plus device. Once the movies are on your mobile device or computer, then it’s simple to store purchased movies to Seagate Wireless Plus device:
- Connect to the Seagate Wireless Plus network from the device where you’ve downloaded your movies.
- From the Wireless Plus main screen, navigate to one of the media views: Videos, Photos, Music, Documents.
- Click the Upload button on the top menu.
- Enter the file name or click Browse and then locate the file you want to copy to your Wireless Plus device.
- Click Upload. The file will be added to the category you selected.
Now you can take your hundreds purchased movies on Seagate Wireless Plus with you and
watch them wherever you go, no wires necessary. You can start downloading data for all your travels, whether to work at a cafe or to see the world.
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