Microsoft Surface Hub is Surface-series interactive whiteboard announced by Microsoft on 21 January 2015 at the Windows 10 Event in Redmond. Suppose you have a large Blu-ray ISO collection, it should be such a cool thing to enjoy them on Surface Hub anytime and anywhere. But how to make it happen? What should we do to transfer Blu-ray ISO image files to Surface Hub Tablet for playback?
Whereas, due to format restrictions and copy protections, I find it’s impossible to get Blu-ray movies to Surface Hub directly. For getting Blu-ray ISO Image files to Surface Hub (new Windows 10 tablet) is the flexibility of existing ISO movie files. In this case, We recommend you to take a free try on our ISO to Surface Hub Converter; well support Windows 10/8.1. Read the review.
This is top ISO Converter for Surface Hub tablet, which can rip latest Blu-ray and DVD discs/floder/ISO/IFO image files to any formats you need, such as MP4, MOV, AVI, WMV, FLV, MPG, etc. when you converted iso files to compatible formats, you can transfer ISO image to Surface 3 tablet, Surface Pro 3, Android/Apple/Windows 10/8 tablet or smartphone, or other playable devices for freely viewing. For Mac users, view ISO to Surface Hub Converter for Mac; well support Mac Yosemite 10.10!
Now, Please follow these steps with me to load the DVD ISO to Surface Hub:
Firstly get your ISO image in your DVD drive and then launch the software to get things ready.
Step 1. Load ISO image file to Pavtube ISO to Surface Hub Converter.
Click “Load ISO/IFO”, it will only take few seconds for ripping and importing ISO files and you will be kept informed of timely state with a progress dialogue box.
When it has been imported successfully, you can preview the whole movie and select the subtitle and audio you want.
Step 2. Choose Surface Hub friendly format.
Click “Format” menu to find the “Windows” option in the dropdown list, choose “Microsoft Surface Windows RT/Pro H.264 Video (*.mp4)” for output. It is the most compatible format, which is especially made for Surface Hub.
Besides, click “Settings” button on the interface, you will be able to check and adjust the video and audio parameters like bitrate, size, channels, etc. Just do it when you need.
Step 3. Convert the ISO image file to Surface Hub MP4.
You can “Browse” your computer to choose a new folder for output file before conversion. When everything is ready, click “Convert” button to start converting the ISO image file to MP4 for Surface Hub, then “Open” button will show you the location of output files. Once the conversion completes, you can transfer the result videos to your Surface Tablet.
In this way, you can play DVD (ISO) movies on Microsoft Surface Hub tablet via Windows 10 and enjoy them on the go.