Best Blu-ray Ripper Review: ByteCopy VS. MakeMKV VS. DVDfab

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Summary: Blu-ray discs are widely used by film producers, so people who love watching movies, may store kinds of Blu-ray discs in their home. These discs need a lot of space. Meanwhile, the discs are easily scratched. Thus, backup the Blu-ray discs onto computer is really a good method to store Blu-ray movies. In order to backing up Blu-rays, we need the help of Blu-ray ripping software. Still have no idea about which one is suitable for you? This article will give you full reviews of top 3 Blu-ray Ripper in 2015.

To protect the expensive Blu-ray Discs from scratching, more and more people are tending to make a backup of their Blu-ray collections. As an experienced user of various Blu-ray ripper tools, the author of this post is pleased to help beginners find their best fit. The following passages take a brief review of three top Blu-ray rippers in 2015: ByteCopy, MakeMKV, and DVDfab.

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Pavtube ByteCopy Review

You might haven’t heard ByteCopy– as it is released in 2011- but this is absolutely a top choice for those who wanna put Blu-ray to HD media players like WD TV Live and NMT A-210 for playback. So what can it do for you? Basically, the ByteCopy is similar to MakeMKV when it cracks and copied Blu-ray Disc and DVD movie to MKV. However, this app does not only everything (selection of forced subtitles is excluded from the “everything” ) MakeMKV does, but also converts/encodes Blu-ray contents. This feature is a lifesaver for HD media players, as not a HDD player plays 100% of Blu-ray features. E.g. When a BD movie is packed into MKV, WD TV Live can not read the Blu-ray subtitles inlaid. At this moment ByteCopy plays an irreplaceable role- it is the exclusive Blu-ray ripper that converts Blu-ray .sup subtitle to .sub without hurting video and audio quality. When it trans-codes and shrinks Blu-ray contents, CUDA acceleration is employed by default when possible.

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