This tutorial aims to give a review for the best BD/DVD coping tool- Patube ByteCopy which is better than MakeMKV, Miro Video Converter, Handbrake.
If you have a large collection of Blu-ray or DVD movies at home, it’s necessary to own a Blu-ray/DVD ripping program to help you backup or convert Blu-rays and DVDs for different uses. If you are in the process of doing such thing, and can’t find the best one among the market. Read this article below, in which, i will introduce a wonderful Blu-ray/DVD Ripper with multi-track function for you.
Having tried MakeMKV with Miro Video Converter and Handbrake for when I need something besides .mkv files, and unlike other Blu-ray ripping software, Pavtube ByteCopy, is a open source Blu-ray & DVD baukuping/coping/ripping application to help you copy dvd to mkv with chapters and subtitles. The Mac version is ByteCopy for Mac.
The main reason I bought Pavtube was for Blue-ray ripping (slightly cheaper than MakeMKV for that). ByteCopy make a good quality for ripping my BD/DVD discs to wathing on our smartphones. And I found MakeMKV has a similar basic function (except it only remultiplexes without re-encoding).The result was that I preferred ByteCopy for several reasons: ByteCopy is somewhat easier to use, and it can re-encode which is nice even though it wasn’t the deciding factor. MakeMKV crashed on a two DVDs which ByteCopy managed to copy. In colusion, ByteCopy does just what I wanted.
(See also: Compare: MakeMKV vs. DVDfab vs. Pavtube ByteCopy)
Rip BD/DVD to MKV from disc, folder and IFO/ISO image file
Pavtube ByteCopy not only can rip BDs directly from Blu-ray Disc and Blu-ray Folder, but also can convert DVDs from DVD disc, DVD Folder, DVD IFO File, and DVD ISO Image File.
Select subtitles/audio tracks for more than one file at a time
Pavtube ByteCopy makes it possible for you to select subtitles/audios for more than one file (title) at a time.
Pavtube ByteCopy stores subtitles in the MKV file format without burning them to the video, so you can switch subtitle languages at will during viewing.
Keep forced subtitles and export .srt subtitles
The recently updated ByteCopy allows users to preserve the forced subtitles in a Blu-ray/DVD movie into the MKV output, and it also features option to help users export their required subtitles as .srt external subs to do other use.
Encode audio tracks with specified codec
Pavtube ByteCopy enables users to encode the source soundtracks in Blu-ray/DVD movies to your desired audio types, including DTS 5.1 channels, AC3 5.1 channels, AAC 6 channels, and PCM 6 channels.
Produce MKV files for PC Media Players
The MKV files generated by Pavtube ByteCopy are playable with a number of free PC players, including VLC media player, Windows Media Player, Windows Media Center, MPlayer, etc. And the audio tracks, subtitles streams, and chapters preserved in the MKV container are available to select at will during playback.
Select your preferred languages as usually-used audio tracks and subtitles, e.g. English, Spanish, French, Deutsch, Portugues, Norsk, Japanese, Chinese, etc.
Inlaid Preview Window
This program also helps merging, splitting, trimming, cropping movies, as well as adjusting volume, adding image/text/video watermarks, replacing audio, etc.
Edit movie by trimming, cropping, merging, etc.
A preview window is inlaid for you to view the source video (image only, audios and subtitles are not available when previewing).
Support adding *.srt and *.ass subtitles to BD/DVD movies
In Subtitle tab on Editor Window, you are able to add *.srt and *.ass subtitles you get from internet or other places to the BD/DVD movies.
Shut down computer after conversion
Pavtube ByteCopy keeps you free from waiting around by ticking off the checkbox “Shut down computer after conversion” when processing Blu-ray/DVD encoding.
How to use Bytecopy as the Best Blu-ray ripping software?
- Processor: Intel or AMD Dual core CPU, 1.6 MHz at least
- Operating System: Windows 2003/XP/Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
- Memory: 512MB or above
- Display resolution: 1024 x 768 or above
- Optical Drive: DVD drive/ BD drive(BD drive is required for ripping Blu-ray disc)
ByteCopy($42) + Video Converter Ultimate($65) = Only $79.9, Save $27.1
ByteCopy($42) + DVD Creator($35) = Only $44.9, Save $32.1
ByteCopy($42) + Vidpie($29) = Only $54.9, Save $16.1
ByteCopy($42) + MXF MultiMixer($45) = Only $69.9, Save $16.1
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