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Keep multi-track when ripping BD Disc to MKV/MP4/MOV

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Keep multi-track when ripping BD Disc to MKV/MP4/MOV

Description: This guide provides a simple way to complete [url=]lossless backup Blu-ray Disc to MKV, MP4/MOV format[/url] keeping multiple audio tracks and subtitle streams on Windows or Mac(Mavericks included).

Most Blu-ray Discs include multiple audio and subtitle tracks so that people from different countries who speaking different languages can enjoy same movies in their native languages. For the purpose of [url=]playing Blu-ray movies on HD media players[/url] such as Popcorn A400 and WDTV Live Hub, you need a proper Blu-ray Ripper converter to assist with the process of [b]ripping Blu-ray Disc to MKV/MP4/MOV file with multiple audio and subtitle streams[/b] and you can easily switch audio and subtitle tracks with freely chapter switching.

[b][url=]Pavtube ByteCopy[/url][/b], a new released BD/DVD backup and ripping program, supports to preserve multiple audio and subtitle streams and leave out unwanted ones, retain chapter information, allow editing videos, etc. Here we present you a brief instruction about keeping multiple audio and subtitle streams when backing up Blu-ray Disc.

Step 1. Load source Blu-ray Disc

After successful installation of free ByteCopy, launch it, click "Add Disc" icon to add source Blu-ray/DVD Disc from disc driver. Or load from BD/DVD folder or IFO/ISO file.


Step 2. Choose output format.

Click the Format button, and you would see lots of profiles listed. To keep multiple audio and subtitle tracks from Blu-ray Disc, you are recommended to choose "[b]Multi-track Video" > "Lossless/encoded Multi-track MKV (*.mkv)[/b]" for output.


Ps: New ByteCopy provides two more output formats that extract multiple audio streams under "Multi-track Video", they are [b]Multi-track MP4[/b] and [b]Multi-track MOV[/b] besides encoded Multi-track MKV, but the video in these profiles are encoded.

Tip: If you want to remove unwanted audio or subtitle stream from original BD/DVD for output, just unselect the box in front of it.


Step 3. Convert Blu-ray Disc with multiple audio and subtitle steams.

Click the Convert button to start [b]converting Blu-ray to MKV/MP4/MOV with original subtitles[/b], audios and chapters you choose. Find generated MKV files by clicking "Open" icon and you can transfer and play Blu-ray Disc with multiple audio and subtitle streams on your HD media player.

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