Blu-ray ripping tools varies, most do rip Blu-ray contents to MKV container format, yet few keep multiple audio and subtitle streams. Why we love MKV? Not only because there are many players that can play MKV files, but also because the MKV format can store multiple video/audio tracks with all meta-information, allowing us to switch to desired subtitles and audio tracks when playing back from HD media players and media servers.
Here comes up good news with the new release of Pavtube ByteCopy software- a flexible Blu-ray Disc and DVD ripping application- it exports MKV files with multiple audio and subtitle streams at flawless quality! This means you can keep the TrueHD and DTS-MA audios of 7.1 channels and switch to Spanish, French subtitle or subs of whatever languages, as long as the original BD contains the stream. See how Pavtube ByteCopy keeps your desired audios and subtitle when backing up Blu-ray Disc.
Step 1. Click “Load Disc” button to import movie files from DVD/ Blu-ray Disc.
Step 2. Click the “Edit Disc” button to select desired subtitles and audio tracks for all Titles. If you skip this step, the software keeps all subtitles and audio streams by default.
Step 3. Click the “Convert” button to start ripping movie to MKV files. After conversion you may click “Browse Export Path” to find generated MKV file. Note that Pavtube ByteCopy backs up BD/DVD as fast as your drive can read data. A fast BD drive can copy a Blu-ray movie of 25GB in 30-40mins.
Pavtube ByteCopy extracts the main movie with multiple selected subtitles and audio tracks from disc and packages the contents into MKV container without transcoding, which means you get lossless 1080p HD video stream, TrueHD and DTS-MA 7.1 audio tracks and PGS subtitles. Everything’s the same with original Blu-ray Disc other than file format (Commercial BD is saved as multiple m2ts streams while Pavtube ByteCopy generates an mkv file with video streams of main movie and multiple subtitles and audio tracks).
You may download a trial of Pavtube ByteCopy to set multi-audios and subtitles for backing up BD movie. But note that the trial works 3 times only. You have to purchase the software ($42) for future use.
More features of the Pavtube ByteCopy software
1. Keeps chapter markers and meta-information
2. Converts HD audio (TrueHD, DTS-MA) to more acceptable AC-3 and DTS 5.1 audio when it necessary.
3. Accelerates transcoding speed by using CUDA when an NVIDIA’s CUDA ready Graphics Card is available.
4. Cracks Blu-ray discs with latest versions of AACS and BD+ protections and bypasses DVD copy-protections like CPRM, CPPM, RC, RCE, APS, UOPs, ARccOS, RipGuard, FluxDVD, CORE X2, etc. So third-party BD decryption software is not necessary.
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