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Some questions for people who hoard/rip a ton of videos, movies, and TV shows

I’m slowly building up a big shelf full of DVDs, Blu-rays, and 4K Blu-rays. I also have lots of VHS tapes. Soon, I intend to start buying TV shows on iTunes and downloading YouTube videos, too. My goal is to eventually rip everything to a big storage device (I’d love a NAS, but that’s not feasible until my living situation changes) and play it on an Nvidia Shield TV Pro. I imagine I’ll need a huge amount of storage and free time to get everything ready.

For those of you who have a shitload of videos in a central storage device, how big is your collection? How did you pull it off? How long did it take you? What software/hardware did you use?

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  1. I have many thousands of movies. Sat down one winter and just did it. Actually built a ripping rig for it with multiple drives. I only do full quality remux rips so it takes up a lot of space. 4k uhds take up a ton of room.

    VHS, Laserdisc (I have a massive Ld collection) are a pain. I use a hauppage capture card for Lds.

  2. Careful about buying through iTunes, last I heard they have DRM on the files that only allow you to play the files through iTunes player. Might be wrong but definitely something to look into before dropping cash on media there.

  3. Many equivalents of 18tb Exoses and growing, even before the ‘one day’ stuff in the cloud (nice to keep, no cries if it goes poof).

  4. >For those of you who have a shitload of videos in a central storage device, how big is your collection? How did you pull it off? How long did it take you? What software/hardware did you use?

    My collection grew incrementally. I already had a bunch of pirated stuff in a media server before I started collecting media on optical. There’s no good answer for you, if you have a lot of discs to rip at once, it’s going to be a long long haul. I just used MakeMKV, MKVToolNix GUI, and a BDRE drive.

  5. I was enjoying your question until the profanity. Ridiculous that people all over Reddit seem to think that it’s ok to curse for no reason. There was no reason for it in this post.

  6. I start with my collection around 2011 and I am at 40TB local storage and 80TB Google Drive storage at the moment. I only store untouched movies mostly in the .ISO format which are 70-100GB each. It depends on the country you are living but copying your legally bought BDs and DVDs can be a serious crime. So keep that in mind.

    And you are eventually not able to download your bought movies and shows from sources like iTunes or other streaming services. There are some ways to do this, but these are illegal too.

    My homeserver runs a standard Mainboard (MSI Z170 with and i3 7XXX) with a SATA extension card in one of the PCIe slots. There are ~8 HDDs and one SSD in my Server. The HDDs are all different and I am not using any kind of raid or storage pool. This is not the best way to store your collection but it works for me. Every HDD is backuped in my google drive account.

    If you want to download your shows from morally questionable sources I can recommend Usenet.

  7. Lots spinning rust hard disk drives cos cheap and old saved from garbage desktops, cos cheap. … maybe upgraded or changed for low power and max’d memory ecc if possible. And nas4free, erm xigmaNAS, or freenas erm, trueass core or truenas scale and plex, erm emby, erm jellyfin plugin jail thingie to announce to the network wtf it’s got. I has an amd 939pin dual core 3800 that’s only filled with 2nd disc rips of dvd’s and bd’s!

    So, using whatever crap I can make zfs stick to!

  8. I started building my collection around 2004. For years i put it all on various external hard drives. Last year, i finally built an ARM based NAS running openmediavault. My collection includes music and it’s around 14TB. Since i started long ago, a lot of my older videos are less than 1gb in size but I’ve been replacing files with higher quality rips as I can. Until i built the NAS it was a pain in the butt to keep track of files. I also use Nvidia shield with Plex to watch everything. I put a 256gb USB flash drive in to store the DB for Plex but the media is accessed via the NAS. I think I’ll eventually switch to a more powerful server for Plex as I have had problems using the shield with a large collection. Although this setup does work pretty well now after trial and error over the years.