Many choose to create .ISO image file from their Blu-rays or DVDs so as to keep lossless quality. Yet .ISO is not an accepted streaming media format by DLNA – the Galaxy devices streams video and music via DLNA – so it’s not possible to stream Blu-ray and DVD ISO to Galaxy Note 10.1.
The ISO image, on the other side, is not compatible with Galaxy Note 10.1 in terms of file type and size, considering it may takes up tens of GB. To play Blu-ray/DVD ISO on Galaxy Note 10.1, you need a Blu-ray Ripper that converts ISO to Galaxy Note supported format (e.g. MP4) while compressing ISO to smaller file size. Pavtube Blu-ray Ripper (Currently 40% OFF) is probably the best choice.
The app not only cracks Blu-ray AACS and BD+ protection, DVD region codes, but also converts archived BD and DVD ISO/IFO files to MP4, MKV, AVI, MOV and more other formats without virtual BD drive required. With DVD burning feature and more Android presets, its latest update is even more powerful.