“This server is not powerful enough to convert video” looks like more common than usual because most of your HD recordings by camcorders like MPEG-2 and AVCHD are NOT supported by Plex server. And you will have to transcode or convert FIFA World Cup Video 2018 to Plex for playback.
In one of my previous post I wrote about how to rip DVDs to ISO with menus and one of my reader didn’t seem to know how to play the ISO file on his MacBook running macOS High Sierra. Well, playing DVD ISO files on macOS is actually easy and free with no other software required. This is a quick guide about how to free play DVD ISO file on macOS including the latest macOS High Sierra and Mojave.
I don’t quite like 5KPlayer and decide to uninstall 5KPlayer from Windows 10 and remove it from macOS High Sierra, Mojave but also has problems. Below is my guide on how to completely uninstall 5KPlayer from PC and Mac because their official guard is NOT very clear and it does not solve my problems on uninstalling and the uninstalling is NOT 100% clean.
I have a Blu-ray drive on my Windows 10 and some Blu-ray discs, I rarely play those Blu-rays even they are 1080P FHD videos, which are much better than DVDs. Blu-rays are still too much for people like me to have a large collection. But I do want to play them sometimes and make backups of them, which would be great. I am new to Blu-ray and have questions, but I think I have somehow find the answers and there is my ideas about how to play Bluray as well as DVD discs on Windows 10, macOS High Sierra etc.
Disney DVDs like Inside Out, Cars 3 etc are most likly to give you trouble. But, don’t worry, today, I’m gonna show you a common way to check correct DVD titles for ripping on both Windows and macOS.
MPC-HC is recommended by one of my friends and I soon made it my default player for all my media files as it is extremely light-weight allowing you to watch movies on any SSE CPU and always pursue extreme simplification and practicability.
IINA is a free open source macOS universal video player, based on mpv (a command line boot / highly customized cross-platform high-performance open source player), uses Swift language to develop. It has a strong performance and compatibility and is able to support smooth playback of almost all major video formats, and support network playback.