With DNLA-ready AllShare installed, Galaxy Note 10.1 users can easily share media files (videos, music and pictures) between Galaxy Note 10.1 and DLNA-enabled devices at home over WLAN network. It’s nice to have your HDTV play recordings that are on your Galaxy Note 10.1, or use the tablet to play videos from your local computer hard drive. But sometimes there are problems, for instance, AllShare can not detect or play all your DVD ISO files.
Why can’t Galaxy Note 10.1 stream DVD ISO movies? Is there something wrong with AllShare? Well, the truth is, DVD ISO is not a streaming media format and not any DLNA app will stream an ISO file.
Here’s a workaround of DVD ISO for those who’re enjoying AllShare streaming.
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[How-To] Convert DVD ISO to Streaming Media Format for Galaxy Note 10.1
Step 1. Install and launch the software, Click “ISO/IFO” icon to load DVD movie from DVD ISO image.
Step 2. When the DVD ISO is loaded, you can select subtitles and audio track (English, French, German, Spanish…) for each chapter. Expand the DVD folder to check movie chapters.
Step 3. Set compatible format for ripping DVD ISO to Galaxy Note 10.1 compatible videos. Click the “Format” bar, and choose “Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Video (*.mp4) under “Samsung” column.
Step 4. Start ripping DVD ISO to Galaxy Note 10.1 playable videos. Click the “Convert” button at bottom right to get the DVD Ripper works. After conversion you can click the "Open" button to find the converted files.
Now you can add converted movie to DLNA media center and play it wirelessly with AllShare on Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1.
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