Pavtube Blu-Ray Ripper is an independent DVD and Blu-Ray ripper, which is capable of removing all sorts of DVD and Blu-ray protections, without the support of third party software, including CSS protections, BD+, AACS protections, even MKB Version >10 is supported as well.
Besides dealing with general DVDs in a perfect way, the greatest distinction between Pavtube Blu-Ray Ripper and other competitive products is that it is able to read out all subtitles and audio tracks in a Blu-ray disc, and allows users to select whatever subtitles or audio tracks to do conversion. Dolby TrueHD audio and DTS-HD Master Audio are both supported well, which will never let you miss *********** tongue in the movie.
Furthermore, it has a unique option called "Copy"> "Directly Copy", through which you can directly backup your DVD .vob files and Blu-ray .m2ts files to the hard disk of your PC, and still in the format of .vob and .m2ts without any quality loss. In addition, it can rip and convert your Blu-ray movies and general DVDs into other popular audio and video formats like AVI, ASF, MPEG, MP4, WMV, MKV, MOV, FLV, SWF, RM, 3GP, AAC, AC3, MP3, OGG, WAV, WMA, M4A, etc., so that you can playback them on your beloved portable devices like iPod, iPhone, Apple TV, Zune, Blackberry, PSP, Creative Zen, Xbox, Motorola Droid, etc.
Another difference between Pavtube Blu-Ray Ripper and other Blu-ray rippers lies in that it provides several editing options to users, like trim, crop, add special effect, add watermarks and so on, so that users can do simple editing on their original movies without using any other video editors.
Following is the detailed instruction of how to convert BD subtitle and audio track while ripping a Blu-ray movie.
Step 1: Click "DVD Rom", "DVD Folder" or "IFO/ISO" to load Blu-ray files
By the way, there are a number of .m2ts files imported, and usually, the one with the longest duration is the main movie.
Step 2: Select your needed subtitle to convert
Click on the pull down menu of "Subtitle", then all the subtitles in the BD movie will be listed out, including language and subtitle ID, you can select one according to your own needs.
Step 3: Select your needed audio track to convert
Click the drop-down list of "Audio", and then all the info about audio tracks are shown clearly, including language, audio codec(turehd and dts master audio are both supported as well), stream ID, and audio channel, you can choose whatever you like to do conversion.
Step 4: Select output format and set destination folder
Click the pull down list of "Format" to select your wanted output format, there are a wide range of options, here I choose "MPEG-TS HD Video (*.ts) as an example.
At the same time, you can click the folder icon at the opposite side of "Output" to specify where to locate the output files.
Step 5: Set advanced settings
Click "Settings" button, then you will be able to adjust audio and video parameters in the following interface, including codec, aspect ratio, bit rate, frame rate, sample rate, and audio channel.
Step 6: Click "Convert" button to start Blu-ray ripping
The generated files, which include the subtitle and audio track you have selected before conversion, can be found out via clicking "Open" button with ease.