This question has probably been asked many times but I can't find a "best answer" here. I have a whole lot of blurays and dvds that I want to put on a large network hard drive and stream the movies. Most are not encrypted although some are. I've heard all this talk about creating ISOs with them but it seems to be a waste of space and I don't know that media players like the Roku, WD TV, etc. will see these files and play them. Now there are differences between bluray and the dvds. I can create folders and copy the contents of each disc into the folder but not sure that is optimal. In addition, some blurays have a few different mts files that are different movies, e.g. 2-3 titles in DVD9 format on one disc. So as you can see, this is complicated. Priority is to maintain the quality of the video. How have you guys set up your media streaming from a hard drive in the easiest most efficient format?