Back up DVD/Blu-ray Video for Home Theatre Software

Nimbie autoloader can convert your collection of DVDs and Blu-ray movies 1 to .ISO image files, allowing the movie titles to be categorized and played by home theatre software like Kodi. An .ISO image file as an exact copy of a disc includes all bonus/extra content and original menu in its original video and audio quality. With video conversion software, ISO files of DVD and Blu-ray video can also be used to convert to compressed video file formats such as MKV or MP4.

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On PC, software below can be used with Nimbie to convert your movie collection:

QQBoxx Pro 3: Use the Disc to Image function

  1. Load discs, start QQBoxx Pro 3 and wait for the robotic initiation to finish. Then, select Disc to Image under Tools tab.

  2. Select an available autoloader and specify the location for storing the .ISO files by clicking Add. Click Next to continue.

  3. Specify an amount of discs or process all discs in the loader. Click Process to begin.

  4. All discs will be processed one by one until the loader is empty or specified numbers of discs have reached.

ImgBurn: Use the Create image file from disc function

Follow online instruction to set up Nimbie to work with ImgBurn
  1. Start ImgBurn and wait until the autoloader finished its robotic initiation.

  2. Select the Create image file from disc

  3. Check Batch Mode.

  4. Click on the icon to begin disc loading.

  5. Once the first disc is loaded, ImgBurn would ask user to set the destination folder for storing ISOs. (The prompt would only appear for the first disc.)

  6. All discs will be processed one by one until the loader is empty.


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  1. Commercial movie DVDs and Blu-rays have copy protections, software like AnyDVD would be required to make backups. Please note that depending on your local laws, making backup copies of commercial DVDs and Blu-rays may not be allowed. (AnyDVD has been renamed to RedFox.)
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