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Convert Blu-ray to MKV
In some cases, you may need to convert Blu-ray to MKV for your PVP player or just put the MKV files on a hard drive to have them played on your TV or computer. So, you need a Blu-ray ripper software to rip your Blu-ray to MKV.
DVDFab Blu-ray Ripper supports to rip Blu-ray titles to MKV format that can be played on computers and other popular mobile players. In addition, it offers various customization for output effect of your ripped video, you can adjust parameters like bit rate, frame rate, video quality, audio format, resize video screen, etc . High output quality and stable ripping speed are supported to make sure that your ripping process goes well.
Here is a step-by-step guide followed for reference to convert Blu-ray to MKV.
Step 1) Start up DVDFab － Go to Blu-ray Ripper－MKV
Step 2) Load Blu-ray disc
Insert the Blu-ray disc that you want to rip to BD drive (if you’ve saved it on your hard drive already, please click on the folder icon to load the root folder of this movie).(You also can import ISO files stored on your PC by clicking the ISO icon button.)
Next, choose the movie titles you want to rip (you can preview the highlighted title before ripping in the lower left corner), check the audio/subpicture stream you prefer. In this example, we are ripping Title852. (See the illustration below)
Step 3) Set advanced settings for the ripping process
Step 3.1 Title Start/End settings
This settings panel allows to choose chapter range for ripping. Please set the start and end chapters for the highlighted title you desired to rip.
Step 3.2 Open Queue
This makes it easier to rip a large batch of files using different output formats at once, which will definitely save much of your ripping time.
Copy: Create a new task for the same title yet output another ripping format which can be selected with the drop down profile selector.
Remove: Remove the ripping task you selected. If a title is removed from the task queue, it will be deleted
from the Title List (in the main window) as well.
Step 3.3 Conversion Settings
Please click on“Edit”button, open“Conversion Settings”window.You can adjust the output parameters like output type, audio/video format, frame resolution/aspect ratio, and rename the output file, etc. For detailed explanation about this window, please check DVD Ripper Conversion Settings.
Step 3.4 Video Effect Settings
Here you can select the suitable aspect ratio, frame resolution and visually check the different scene's output effect by draging the slide bar in the lower right area, and the detailed parameters of source/output file in the left bottom corner.
Note: If you don't want your ripped video to be stretched and made taller, please don't change the Source Aspect Ratio before ripping.
Here you can cut off the black edges and unwanted area for ripping by easily draging the frame-mark on the video screen of the source file, you also can type the number in the Top/Left/Right/Bottom box to crop accurately.
Note: If you want to keep the aspect ratio of source screen, you need to check this option before
cropping. The below slide bar allows you to resize output from letterbox to pan&scan.
Step 4) Start to rip
After accomplish all the settings, click Start. The conversion will do it work. You can track the ripping process from the progress bar at the bottom of the interface.
If you have checked the option “Automatically shut down the pc when done”, the computer would automatically shut down after the ripping process finished.
After some time (some minutes or hours later (depending on your PC's speed and the length of movie)) you will get a message that the ripping process has completed successfully, then press the Finish button.