If you’re an indoors man, and seldom goes to the cinema, what is the best way to satisfy your need of enjoying new released DVD/Blu-ray movies? You may go to the local video store to collect some pieces of DVD/Blu-ray discs and then enjoy them anytime at home. Is it possible to store DVD/Blu-ray movies on PC with multiple audio tracks and subtitles preserved and then make indoors life more interesting and pleasant by watching DVD/Blu-ray movies on home LED TV and let the HI-FI devices (including radio tuners, preamplifiers, power amplifiers and loudspeakers) maximize the sound quality and hearing enjoyment.
To get multiple audio tracks and subtitles, a DVD/Blu-ray converter will help you out and you can experience DVD/Blu-ray movies both on PC and LED TV with the help of Pavtube ByteCopy, which is able to convert DVD/Blu-ray to lossless MKV with multi-track audios and subtitles preserved.
How to backup DVD/Blu-ray movies on PC with multiple audio tracks and subtitles?
Step 1. Load DVD/Blu-ray disc
Run this DVD/Blu-ray converter on PC, and import your DVD/Blu-ray movie by clicking “File” ＞ “Load from disc.” The small window on right side allows you to preview DVD/Blu-ray movie before conversion.
When importing a Blu-ray disc, please make sure that your PC has been equipped with an external or internal Blu-ray drive to recognize your Blu-ray disc.
Step 2. Choose multi-track output - Lossless MKV
Click the format bar to follow “Multi-track Video” ＞ “Lossless/encoded Multi-track MKV (*.mkv)”, which enables you to get the output video with multiple audio tracks and subtitles.
Step 3. Multi-task settings
Click “Settings” to switch to the “Multi-task Settings” interface where you can change video/audio/subtitle settings. Click the “Audio” tab to check the audio channels you want and uncheck the unwanted. Click the “Subtitle” tab to check the subtitle language you want to keep and uncheck the unwanted ones.
Step 4. Start converting DVD/Blu-ray to lossless MKV
Go back to the main UI and click “Convert” to start conversion from DVD/Blu-ray to lossless MKV with multiple audio tracks and subtitles preserved.
Step 5. Watch the converted DVD/Blu-ray on LED TV
Before watching the converted DVD/Blu-ray movie which has been in lossless MKV format, please make sure that your LED TV is MKV supported. If your LED TV fails to support MKV format, you may get image only and without sound. So alternatively, you can convert your DVD/Blu-ray movie into a common video format which is fully supported by a majority of LED TVs.As your PC space is limited, you can copy your DVDs into an external hard drive for storage and sharing. Or store Blu-ray movies in a Lacie Thunderbolt drive.