How to Backup new released DVD discs on Windows 8.1/8
This tutorial aims to teach you how to backup new released DVD disc to Windows 8.1/8 with MKV/MP4/MOV format and preserve the chapter structure using Pavtube ByteCopy.
This year is positioned to be a banner movie year with continuing traditions in the horror and action thriller genres and new plot lines that will keep us on the edge of our seats. And 2013 movie year was the best film year of all time. Taking a look at thenew DVD movies, like Divergent,Community: Season Five, Oculus, God's Not Dead, Ping Pong Summer, etc., can't wait to collect some of you favorite DVD movies and backup the precious DVD dis on your hard drive? This article will show you how to copy new DVD releases on Windows 8.1/8 with with original quality.
As we all know, Blu-rays and DVDs are usually hard to be backed up due to region code and disc encryption protection, you’d better to use the best BD/DVD ripping and copying program- Pavtube ByteCopy
to remove the disc protection and copy source disc to computer hard drive with same structure preserved.First of all, what is ByteCopy?ByteCopy
is a free & open source Blu-ray & DVD ripping/ video transcoding application.Why should I use ByteCopy
Where can I download ByteCopy
- Automatically detect Blu-ray/DVD main movie
- Full disc copy Blu-ray/DVD by chapters without quality loss
- Rip/convert/backup BD/DVD to any other format for playback on any iOS/Android/Windows tablets and phones
- Backup BD/DVD to MKV format with multi audio/subtitle tracks and chapter markers without any quality loss
- Convert BD/DVD to MP4/MOV with multi audio (language) tracks
- Add SRT, ASS, and SSA subtitles to BD/DVD movie
- Edit BD/DVD movies: trim off commercials, crop off black bars, merge several chapters into one, split one movie into several pieces, and more
- Support TrueHD 6.1 and TrueHD 7.1 decoding
- Support latest BD and DVD
- All of these are legally.
Get Windows version: ByteCopy
Mac version is here: ByteCopy for MacWhat OS is suitable for ByteCopyByteCopy for Windows
Required Windows XP, Vista, Window 7 or Windows 8 (32bit and 64bit)ByteCopy for Mac OS X
Requires x86 Mac OS X 10.5 or later
Now your are sold lets get started!How to Backup new released DVD discs on Windows 8.1/8To begin:
Launch the program and add the movie you want to encode by clicking the “add file” icon on the main interface. You can see the chapter information of your DVD movies on the main interface after you loading to the program.
Then choose the output format. In order to preserve the chapter structure, you’d better choose the “Multi-track Video”. Under this profile, you have three choices which all can preserve chapter structure. If you choose the MKV format, you can output the BD/DVD with lossless quality and allow multiple audio tracks, multiple subtitles.
One special function that makes ByteCopy stands out is you can easily select you needed tracks, subtitles.
The last thing you need to do is hit the “Convert” button to begin the conversion. Just wait a moment and then you can output the MKV/MP4/MOV videos with the chapter structure on Windows 8.1/8. Then you can freely enjoy new DVD releases on your portable device and media players! Have a fun of it!Get two programs together:
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