How to Convert Blu-ray to Sony SMP-N200 MKV Video with Full-HD 1080P quality
The Sony’s SMP-N200 streaming-media box supports Netflix, Hulu Plus, Amazon Instant, Vudu, and Pandora. It’s also DLNA-compliant, so it can stream media from your home network, including Xvid and MKV files. It supports to play almost all the video formats, but Blu-ray is not included. The reason is simple. Blu-ray movies can only be played in special Blu-ray players.
So, does it mean that you can not play Blu-ray movies on Sony SMP-N200? No, you can rip Blu-ray to Sony SMP-N200 for enjoying. What you need is to convert Blu-ray to Sony SMP-N200 compatible video: Blu-ray to MKV Ripper – the best Blu-ray to Sony SMP-N200 ripper. here Blu-ray to MKV Ripper can easily rip Blu-ray to Sony SMP-N200 with high video quality for playing.
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Simple Guide: Convert Blu-ray to Sony SMP-N200 HD MKV without quality loss
Tips: Download the Blu-ray to MKV Ripper trial version, If your computer hasn’t Blu-ray drive, you’ll need to connect an external Blu-ray drive before conversion.
Step 1. Add Blu-ray Disc
Download and Run Blu-ray to MKV Ripper and click “Load Disc” button to import Blu-ray movie files from copy-protected Blu-ray Disc.
Step 2. Select output format
Click the “Format” bar under the file list, then you will find many output formats for you to choose from. Here you are recommended to choose HD Video >> MKV HD Video (*.mkv), Because Sony SMP-N200 support MKV format.
Step 3. Start Converting Blu-ray to Sony SMP-N200 MKV
Click the convert button to start to convert Blu-ray to Sony SMP-N200 HD MKV video. After the conversion, you get click the open button to get the converted MKV videos on your hard drive of PC.
Step 4. Play 1080p MKV on HDTV with Sony SMP-N200 MKV
Play ripped Blu-ray movie on your HDTV in two easy steps: connect the 2TB hard drive of Sony SMP-N200 to your computer to easily store your movies, and then connect Sony SMP-N200 to your TV for instant playback. You’ll be able to store and enjoy your 1080p MKV and many more file types on any TV. As lossless Blu-ray conversion takes up more than 4TB, you’re advised to use NTFS file system to store ripped 1080p MKV into external HDD.