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Convert Blu-ray to MP4 preserving multitracks with ByteCopy


KDE - Aug 14 2013
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Question:Convert Blu-ray to MP4 preserving multitracks with ByteCopy

Description: If you want to convert Blu-ray to MP4, and save the multiple audio tracks at the same time, you've come to the right place. The following article will show you how to transcode Blu-ray to MP4 with multiple audio tracks and subtitle streams.

In this day and age, portable device like iPohne and iPad has become a necessary part of life because it brings you the convenience for having entertainment wherever you are. Blu-ray fans may have a headache problem that they cannot play their favorite blu-ray movies on it. So you may want to convert blu-ray M2TS to MP4 because it is known that MP4 is compatible to iPad, iPhone, Galaxy S4, Galaxy Tab 3, Kindle Fire HD, Nexus 10, PSP, PS3, PMP, Xbox, Apple TV etc. Now you need a software to get it done. Much software can work for you, such as Blu-ray Ripper, Video Converter Ultimate.

Read more:
* Top 5 Best Blu-ray Ripping Programs Review
* Free rip a Blu-ray disc
* Top 5 Best Video Converter Ultimate Programs Review

But what I want to recommend is Pavtube ByteCopy, because it is not only capable of helping you to transcode blu-ray discs to vrious output formats, but also it can transcode Blu-ray to MP4 with multiple audio and subtitle tracks. Suppose you are good at both English and Francia, and want to preserve both of them from original Blu-ray discs when converting, that is what Pavtube ByteCoy can do for you. And you can select the audio you want when enjoying movies.

* Best Blu-ray Ripper Review: MakeMKV vs ByteCopy vs DVDfab

Now let's go to following guide to see how it transcode Blu-ray to MP4 with multiple audio and subtitle tracks. If you wanna a Mac version, please go to Pavtube Bytecopy for Mac. After you have download and installed the software, just refer to below details.

Step 1. Launch the best Blu-ray Ripper and load Blu-ray discs.



Step 2. Click "Format" to find "Multi-track Video" catalogue, select "Multi-track MP4 (*.mp4)".



With output default settings you can get all audio tracks preserved. In addition, if you want more customization, you can also uncheck the audio tracks you do not need to output. Just find "Audio" under "Settings" button, then uncheck the undesired audio.



Step 3. Click "Convert" to start backing up Blu-ray to MP4 retaining multitracks, when completed, click "Open" to find the generated MP4 files

Obviously, it is easy to use software without any audio and video out of syn issue. You may wonder what else this software can do for you. Of course, it combines all features in Blu-ray/DVD Ripper, including various output formats selection, editing options support. Worthy to point out that it also supports lossless quality output. Please see following introductions:

1. Directly Copy supports lossless blu-ray M2TS backup from original BD with multiple audio tracks preserved. If you want to backup Blu-ray main movie for further playback or editing, Directly Copy fits you best.



2. Another way to to save lossless files: go to "Multi-track Video" catalogue to find "Lossless/encoded Multi-track MKV(*.mkv)", which support saving lossless mkv files with all multiple audio and subtitle tracks. Go to learn more about complete lossless Blu-ray to MKV.



Source: http://device-camcorder-tips.blogspot.com/2013/07/rip-copy-blu-ray-m2ts-to-mp4-with-multitle-track.html





Answer:Aunsoft Blu-ray Video Convertrt Ultimate also has the capability to rip blu-ray moviesto3D video like MP4 3D, MKV 3D, TS 3D, AVI 3D, and FLV 3D at ultrafast converting speed with 100% original video quality. . The 3D option allows users to add MXF videos an anaglyph 3D effect (either red-blue or red-green). Besides, users can also customize audio and video profile via transcoding settings, including video size, video frame rates, audio tracks, audio frame rates, audio sample rates, etc.
It can also convert SWF, EVO, VDR, MXF, AVCHD 2.0, etc video formats.
http://www.aunsoft.com/blu-ray-video-converter-ultimate/




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