Pavtube ByteCopy is your best tool to rip and convert commercial Blu-ray movies and DVDs to MKV container format with multiple audio tracks and subtitles included. Besides retaining multiple audio tracks (especially HD audios- Dolby TrueHD7.1/5.1, DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1/5.1, Dolby Digital 5.1) and multiple subtitles in an MKV video without transcoding, Pavtube ByteCopy is also able to encode the original soundtracks into DTS 5.1 channels, AC3 5.1 channels, AAC 6 channels, PCM 6 channels, etc.with your wanted languages. With full supports for BD decryption, it is capable of cracking AACS and BD+ copy protections applied in BD discs up to MKB v23, as well as preserve chapter markers in the converted MKV file. All that and more make it possible for you to easily select your needed tracks, subtitles, as well as chapters when watching Blu-ray and DVD movies with your media players.
Backup BD/DVD to MKV with lossless quality. (Keep 1080p quality at 16:9 aspect ratio).
Crack Blu-ray encryptions up to MKB v23 (AACS and BD+).
Allow full preservation of all audio tracks, subtitles and chapter markers.
Remove unwanted subs streams and audio tracks at will.
Preserve soundtracks and subs in multiple languages, e.g. English, Spanish, French, Deutsch…
Rip BD/DVD to MKV from disc, folder and IFO/ISO image file
Pavtube ByteCopy not only can rip commercial BDs directly from Blu-ray Disc and Blu-ray Folder, but also can convert commercial DVDs from DVD disc, DVD Folder, DVD IFO File, and DVD ISO Image File.
Powerful BD decryption capability
With full Blu-ray disc supports, it is able to remove different copy protections from retail Blu-ray discs, including AACS and BD+ up to MKB v23.
Preserve multiple audio tracks and subtitles
When converting Blu-ray/DVD to MKV container format, you are free to select all of your needed tracks and subs to be preserved in the output MKV file.
Keep the chapter structure in a converted movie title
Pavtube ByteCopy enables users to preserve chapter markers when ripping Blu-ray/DVD to MKV, so you may select your wanted chapter to play with your media players.
Once you choosing “lossless” as output format, Pavtube ByteCopy will directly package Blu-ray or DVD movies into MKV container format without any quality loss.
Select subtitles/audio tracks for more than one file at a time
Pavtube ByteCopy makes it possible for you to select subtitles/audios for more than one file (title) at a time.
Pavtube ByteCopy stores subtitles in the MKV file format without burning them to the video, so you can switch subtitle languages at will during viewing.
Encode audio tracks with specified codec
Pavtube ByteCopy enables users to encode the source soundtracks in Blu-ray/DVD movies to your desired audio types, including DTS 5.1 channels, AC3 5.1 channels, AAC 6 channels, and PCM 6 channels.
Output MKV files for HD Media Players
The output MKV files are compatible with almost all popular HD media players, like WD TV HD Media Player, Popcorn Hour C-200, Popcorn Hour A-210, Lacie HD Classic Player, Seagate Theatre Plus, Netgear Neo TV 550, and more.
Produce MKV files for PC Media Players
The MKV files generated by Pavtube ByteCopy are playable with a number of free PC players, including VLC media player, Windows Media Player, Windows Media Center, MPlayer, etc. And the audio tracks, subtitles streams, and chapters preserved in the MKV container are available to select at will during playback.
Select your preferred languages as usually-used audio tracks and subtitles, e.g. English, Spanish, French, Deutsch, Portugues, Norsk, Japanese, Chinese, etc.
NVIDIA CUDA acceleration is supported by Pavtube ByteCopy. The CUDA decoder is applied by default in the availability of a CUDA ready NVIDIA graphics card while using h.264 codec to encode MKV files.
Inlaid Preview Window
A preview window is inlaid for you to view the source video (image only, audios and subtitles are not available when previewing).
Shut down computer after conversion
Pavtube ByteCopy keeps you free from waiting around by ticking off the checkbox “Shut down computer after conversion” when processing Blu-ray/DVD encoding.
Processor: Intel or AMD Dual core CPU, 1.6 MHz at least
Operating System: Windows 2003/XP/Vista/Windows 7
Memory: 512MB or above
Display resolution: 1024 x 768 or above
Optical Drive: DVD drive/ BD drive(BD drive is required for ripping Blu-ray disc)