Backup Blu-ray Movies with DVDFab Blu-ray Copy for Mac
DVDFab Blu-ray Copy for Mac can copy any Blu-ray onto your Mac, or any blank Blu-ray disc with very fast speed. Don't be surprised that Blu-ray Copy for Mac even can burn Blu-ray to any blank DVD/AVCHD disc.It will be constantly updated to work with all Blu-ray burners and Blu-ray discs.
Check this tip out:
Step 1:Run DVDFab -> Copy, and load in the Blu-ray source
After downloading and installing DVDFab on your Mac, run it and go to Copy option. Insert the Blu-ray disc you want to backup into the Blu-ray drive attached to your Mac, or if the source is a Blu-ray folder or image file and you want to backup and convert it to another form (convert a movie folder to an image file, or vice versa), just click Add button to load it into DVDFab, or just simply drag & drop it into the main region. Then one or two seconds later, you’ll see the movie is in.
Step 2: Select a copy mode
Now navigate to the left pane to click the Mode Switcher icon to bring about all supported copy modes by Blu-ray Copy, including Full Disc, Main Movie, Customize, Merge and Clone/Burn.
Full Disc mode will process all the disc content; Main Movie mode will back up the feature movie (usually is the longest title); Customize mode allows you to freely choose any titles to copy; Merge will combines several titles of several sources into one Blu-ray; Clone/Burn mode will clone/burn your Blu-ray in 1:1 ratio. Let’s use Main Movie mode for example in this article.
Step 3: Some optional settings
Hover your mouse over the title, then you can freely change its first/last chapter, audio tracks and subtitles. On the left pane, you can specify the Output as BD50 or BD25. But notice that, if the source is BD 50, while the output is BD 25, there must be a compression.
Then set a storage path. If you don’t want to copy the source to a blank disc, you can click the folder icon or the image file icon to the right of it to select a directory for saving it to be a movie folder or an ISO file .
Then click then Advanced Settings button, there you can choose to remove HD audio or to convert DTS/LPCM audio to AC3 if you like.
Step 4: Start Blu-ray backup process
After all settings are OK, hit the Start button to begin the backup process.
If you choose to copy your Blu-ray to a blank disc, then after copying, you’ll be asked to insert a compatible disc to start the write process. Just do it. And leave the rest to DVDFab.
Software you need: The latest build of DVDFab 9 for Mac
Product you need order: Blu-ray Copy for Mac
For more information, please go to: www.dvdfab.cn/blu-ray-copy-for-mac.htm
① Burn Blu-rays to blank discs or copy to HDDs as ISO files/folders
② Offer 5 different copy modes to meet versatile backup needs
③ Support all types of blank discs: BD-R, BD-RE, DVD±R and DVD±RW
④ Copy the Blu-rays in a lossless manner or compress them smaller
⑤ Support GPU hardware acceleration to back up much faster