Watch Blu-rays with Desired Audio or Subtitle Tracks for Free Enjoyment on Your Mac OS X 10.8

Monica Pavtube

Jun 26, 2014 08:56 am / Posted by Monica Pavtube

You may wonder why people from different countries and speaking different languages are able to have a nice time watching the same Blu-ray movie. The reason is that a Blu-ray disc contains multiple audio and subtitle tracks so that people around the world can enjoy the Blu-ray movie in their own languages by choosing their desired audio language and subtitle.

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As is a high-tech product, most Blu-ray discs are copy protected. If you want to watch Blu-ray movies with desired audio language or subtitle track for free playback on your Mac OS X 10.8, you’d better try Pavtube ByteCopy for Mac, for it can stream your Blu-ray movie to multi-track MP4/MOV with multiple audio and subtitle tracks preserved.

How to backup Blu-ray discs to multi-track MP4/MOV for playback on Mac OS X 10.8?

Step 1. Load your Blu-ray disc to Pavtube ByteCopy for Mac

Click the file icon to import your Blu-ray disc to Pavtube ByteCopy for Mac.

load blu-ray disc

Step 2. Select multi-track MP4/MOV as target format

Click the format bar to follow “Multi-track Video and “Multi-track MP4 (*.mp4)”/ “Multi-track MOV (*.mov)”.

select multi-track mp4 mov

Step 3. Adjust multi-task settings

Click the “Settings” button to adjust multi-task settings. On the “Multi-task Settings” interface, you’re allowed to check your desired audio/subtitle track, and uncheck audio/subtitle tracks that you don’t want.

adjust multi-task settings

Step 4. Start conversion from Blu-ray to multi-track MP4/MOV

Click the red button “Convert” on the main interface to start conversion from Blu-ray to multi-track MP4/MOV. It will pop up a conversion window indicating the conversion progress from Blu-ray to multi-track MP4/MOV.

conversion from blu-ray to multi-track mp4 mov

Step 5. Watch converted Blu-ray movie on your Mac OS X 10.8

After conversion from Blu-ray to multi-track MP4/MOV, open the destination file where you save the converted Blu-ray movie, and enjoy it with the audio track you want via a media player such as Quick Time or VLC on your Mac OS X 10.8.

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