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    How to rip DVDs

    I want to rip my DVDs so that I can stream them to my Philips TV with DNLA (from NAS).
    I tried ripping to MKV; playing them on my PC works fine but I don't manage to get the streaming working.

    Anyone suggestions or experiences? Note: doesn't have to involve MKV, any method that works is fine for me.

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    You could use a flash drive instead for MKV files. This file format doesn't necessarily work on DVDs

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