Showing posts with label Multi-track. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Multi-track. Show all posts

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Lossless Backup DVD to MKV format with all audio tracks, subtitles and chapter markers keeping

If you are wondering how to rip DVD to MKV format with all audio tracks, subtitles and chapter markers keeping on Mac, this article shows you exactly how to make it work.

As a DVD lover, you may collected many DVD discs. With hundreds of DVDs in hand, you may want to make a lossless copy of those DVD and then you can easily search and play it with a remote control.

Generally, there are multiple audio tracks in the DVD movies, and you can choose the audio track to play with the DVD player as you want. If you want to keep the multiple subtitles and audio tracks when ripping a DVD movie, MKV is actually a pretty good output format choice as the MKV format can store multiple video/audio tracks with all meta-information and preserve chapters.

To help him to solve the problem, I tested some softwares and did comparison. Here we recommended this Pavtube ByteCopy for Mac which does a great job in quick decrypting the protected discs within a few clicks. Best of all, it can handle the latest Blu-ray/DVD and is capable of backup BD/DVD to lossless MKV preserving all the multiple audio and subtitle tracks as well as chapter markers. In this way, I can freely watch Anime on my VLC Player.

Money-saving Trip:

ByteCopy for Mac($42) + iMedia Converter for Mac($65) = Only $79.9, Save $27.1
ByteCopy for Mac($42) + DVD Creator for Mac($35) = Only $44.9, Save $32.1
ByteCopy for Mac($42) + Vidpie for Mac($29) = Only $54.9, Save $16.1
ByteCopy for Mac($42) + iMixMXF($45) = Only $69.9, Save $16.1
BDMagic for Mac($49) + Vidpie for for Mac($29) = Only $49.9, Save $28.1
BDMagic for Mac($49) + DVD Creator for Mac($35) = Only $49.9, Save $28.1

Convert and Rip DVD movies to lossless mkv format for watching on Mac

Step 1. Load DVD movie.

Get ready to insert your DVD disc, click this "Load Disc" button to browser to disc drive and import the disc. Or you could load DVD folder and DVD ISO from computer hard drive to this best DVD to MKV Converter for Mac.

Step 2. Choose suitable output format.

Pavtubr ByteCopy for Mac offers an special category for users who would like to keep multiple audio tracks including Dolby Digital 5.1 and subtitles in saved Lossless MKV file.

To pass-through original TrueHD/Dolby Digital/DTS/PCM audio, just select Multi-track Video > Lossless/encoded Multi-track MKV(*.MKV) for output. In this way the original audio tracks are streamed without transcoding from source DVD Disc to saved MKV file.

Step 3. Adjust profile presets (Optional).

You are allowed to customize profile presets as you like, you could remove unwanted audio track in Audio tab under Settings menu, and uncheck subtitles you do not need in Subtitles tab.

Step 4. Start ripping DVD to multi-track mkv on Mac.

Save all your settings, and back to ByteCopy for Mac main interface, hit the "Convert" button to start converting. When the lossless backup completes, you would get a single large MKV file saved in output file destination. And you could play copied DVD MKV movie on Mac with Dolby Digital 5.1 audio preserved.

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Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Get my BD copied in lossless MKV format for easily controlling multiple audio sound tracks when watching

This guide provides a simple way to complete lossless backup Blu-ray Disc to lossless mkv format keeping multiple audio tracks, subtitle streams and chapter markers on Mac(Mavericks included).

My problems are I can't seem to create a mkv of the full blu ray (BD) with all the sound tracks. Each time I do it I only get one audio sound track. One time Japanese. I would like to choose English French and Spanish. Sound tracks and subtitles. I also see a problem when down converting the BD from HD to SD. Again I can't seem to control the audio sound tracks that get copied. Is there a way to go from blu ray direct to SD MKV multi track?

Every time you play blu-ray in blu-ray drive, the disc will suffer little quality loss. So a digital backup will help to save the storage space of blu-ray collection, and make it easier to access and carry with. As 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, so this is reason why people choose to "go from blu ray direct to lossless MKV format" as above.

If you are a Mac use, here recommend you Pavtube Bytecopy for Mac which can help you to backup BD/DVD to mkv without any quality loss. It helps to convert to lossless mkv files with all multiple audio and subtitle tracks, and chapter markers from original BD/DVD. So you can enjoy your movies at any time just like watching BD/DVD and freely choose your desired language.

Let me show you how to do it and you will find the workflow is so easy.

Firstly, you should have download and installed the software. (PS: If you wanna a Windows version, please go to Pavtube Bytecopy. Both are 30% off now.)

Let's go!

Lossless Backup BD disc to MKV with Multi-track/stream on Mac

Note: Put Blu-ray onto Blu-ray drive before ripping Blu-rays.

1. Run the Pavtube ByteCopy for Mac. Press “Load Disc” icon to import Blu-ray movie.

2. Go to Format to find "Multi-track Video catalogue. Select "Loss/encoded Multi-track MKV(*.mkv) , which will provide lossless backup Blu-ray to MKV with multiple audio and subtitle tracks.

Tip: One special function that makes ByteCopy stands out is you can easily select you needed tracks, subtitles.

3. Click "Convert to start conversion. Conversion can be completed within a short time, then click "Open to find generated mkv files.

With a very easy operation, you get the lossless mkv files from Blu-ray, which make you to enjoy movies with high quality wherever you want. However, what Bytecopy for Mac can do is more than it, let's go to below tips to find more.
Tip 1: You may be confused about the other two options under "Multi-track Video" catalogue: Muti-track MP4(*.mp4) and Multi-track MOV(*.mov). They are used to transcode BD/DVD to .mp4 and .mov output files. The point is that they support saving encoded multiple audio tracks. So you could enjoy it in your iPhone or iPod.

Tip 2: Directly Copy will provide you another way to lossless output. It will provide you a 100% backup in original format without extracts. If you do not want to output mkv files or your player cannot play mkv files, directly copy is the best choice for you. It will save 100% intact .M2TS main movie from original BD disc, and allow all. subtitle and audio tracks preservation. You can see more details about it in backup blu-ray disc to M2TS streams flawlessly.

Good news for you: To save your money, Pavtube Special Offer offers various product bundles, save up to $35.1, such as:

ByteCopy($42) + Video Converter Ultimate($65) = Only $79.9, Save $27.1
ByteCopy($42) + DVD Creater($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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