Solved – Newbie Question about 1:1 MKV Blu-ray rips, Plex and Subtitles

For Blu-ray fans, if you have collected lots of Blu-rays with high definition, it is a good idea to backup Blu-ray to Plex for streaming on portable devices during the trip. Although Plex itself can’t play Blu-ray natively for Blu-ray encryption, there are many ways to rip Blu-ray to Plex supported formats. This guide will help a newbie solved play the MKV files onto Plex but don’t lose any V/A quality as well as the subtitles, switchable audio tracks. Hold on reading…

Q:“I’m currently in the process of making plans to embrace Plex and moving all my video content to a media server. This task will require my ripping over 500 Blu-rays and I’m rather keen to do straight 1:1 MKV rips of my library to avoid any loss in quality (I’m quite aware what this will cost me in storage). Where I am a little confused right now is with the issue of Plex and subtitles. I own quite a substantial number of foreign films, and no doubt a number of English language films that may be interspersed with some foreign subtitled scenes.

My question is, does Plex insist on transcoding whenever there are subtitles, regardless of whether the stream is a direct feed into a PHT Client running on a capable computer (a mac Mini or NUC into the TV/Home Theatre for example)? This seems to be the impression I am getting, in which case it rather renders my having a Plex library of 1:1 rips pointless, but I just want to get some clarification. I understand Plex transcoding from the perspective of streaming to other devices around my home like an iPad, but my intention is to keep the feed going to my TV/Home Theatre free of such things. ” – This is a newbie asked from Plex Forum.

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Do you have met the same situations when backup blu-ray movies to Plex Server? For users who just want a 1:1 conversion of each Blu-ray to watch on Plex and don’t care much about the storage, lossless MKV is definitely the best choice. However, Plex does not support the use of BD, IMG, Video_TS, BDMV, or other “disk image” formats in consideration for pirating issues and local laws. So how to bypass the main obstacle to ripping the Blu-rays with the copy protection that now sits on every disk?

To preserve the Blu-ray video and audio quality, backing up Blu-ray to Lossless MKV for Plex is the best choice. Here, Pavtube ByteCopy is an easy-to-use copy-protection removal which is special designed for ripping Blu-ray movies to lossless MKV to Plex so that you can play Blu-ray on PS4, Smart TV, Media Players, iPad Pro, etc. (Read
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What’s more, it’s also a professional Blu-ray ripper which allows you to rip and backup Blu-ray movies to any video format you like. The output video can be played by portable devices, media players, HDTV, etc, which will give you best video quality. For Mac OS X El Capitan users, you can turn to Pavtube ByteCopy for Mac which can help you lossless Rip blu-ray to Plex via Mac. With it, you can rip and backup DVD and Blu-ray on Mac OS X El Capitan keeping high video quality.

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Step-by-Step: to Backup Blu-ray to Plex with lossless MKV

Step 1: Load Blu-ray movie.

Free download Pavtube ByteCopy to your computer, install and launch it. Insert Blu-ray into disc drive which is well connected with the computer, click the “Load from disc” button in ByteCopy and browse to disc drive for importing.

Step 2: Choose lossless MKV as output format

To preserve multiple subtitles/audio tracks and chapter markers, lossless multi-track MKV for Plex will be a perfect output video format. Click the format bar to follow “Multi-track Video” > “Lossless/encoded Multi-track MKV (*.mkv)”.

Step 3: Start backing up Blu-ray to Plex

Click the button “Convert” on bottom right to get down to ripping Blu-ray to Plex with lossless MKV. And after conversion, you’ll get/stream the converted Blu-ray in lossless MKV format for Plex. With Pavtube ByteCopy, you can easily backup Blu-ray to Plex with lossless MKV in just three steps.

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