NAS is getting more and more popular, because it’s very suitable for entertainment. NAS is often manufactured as a computer appliance – a specialized computer built from the ground up for storing and serving files. If you have many ISO/VOB/TS movies stored on your NAS, enjoying them on iPad Air 2/iPad Pro via DLNA must have been an annoying problem to you. As far as we know iPad Air 2 and iPad Pro don’t have the ability to play ISO/VOB/TS movies.
In order to enjoy ISO/VOB/TS movies on iPad Air 2/iPad Pro via DLNA, I would suggest you to convert ISO/VOB/TS movies to the proper format before storing on NAS. Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac(Windows Version) is a highly recommended tool to help you finish the task. It is a great ISO/VOB/TS converter that supports for transcoding ISO/VOB/TS movies to H.264 MP4 format for smooth playback.
In the meantime, it also comes with useful editing functions, like video joining, video trimming, splitting, cropping, etc. For those who have requirements on the resolution, you can adjust “Size” option I its control panel. Now just download the program to learn how to convert ISO/VOB/TS movies to store on NAS for DLNA streaming to iPad Air 2/iPad Pro.
VLC Player is a free media player which may help you watch movies on iPad Air 2/iPad Pro via DLNA.
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How to Play ISO/VOB/TS Files playable on NAS/iPad Air 2/iPad Pro
Step 1. After install this video converter, launch it. Click “Add Video” or “Add from folder” button to browse the folder and choose your ISO/VOB/TS movies.
Step 2. For playing ISO/VOB/TS movies on iPad Air 2/iPad Pro, please click the Format” option and follow “iPad” to choose “iPad Air Full HD Video(*.mp4)”.
Step . When the work above is done, click on the “Convert” button in the bottom-right of main UI to start converting ISO/VOB/TS movies to H.264 MP4 format. Once the converter finishes this conversion, you can save the converted ISO/VOB/TS movies on NAS and enjoy them on iPad Air 2/iPad Pro via DLNA without any problem. Enjoy!