When performing a lossless digital copy of Blu-ray/DVD, you will definitely get a MKV file with multiple audio tracks, which may contain some unwanted audio tracks that you don't want to preserve after the ripping process. In addition, it would be a waste of time to rip Blu-ray/DVD with so many unnecessary audio tracks. The following article will show you how to remove unwanted audio tracks from Blu-ray/DVD with Pavtube ByteCopy (best Blu-ray Ripper Review) which helps to do the following work for you:
-Create Lossless MKV files from recently released Blu-ray and DVD disc with multiple subtitle languages and audio tracks well preserved.
- Remove unwanted audio tracks and subtitle languages from Blu-ray and DVD movies.
- Rip Blu-ray/DVD with 5.1 and 7.1 audio
Tips: 5.1 surround sound is achieved with Dolby Digital or DTS, while 7.1 surround sound can be achieved using Dolby TrueHD or DTS-HD Master audio.
How to Remove Unwanted Audio Tracks from Blu-ray/DVD Movie?
Step 1: Load Blu-ray/DVD disc into the program.
Run the program on your computer, click "File" > "Load from disc" to load Blu-ray or DVD disc from optical drive. When both Blu-ray and DVD exists, the software will load DVD first.
Step 2: Output lossless Multi-track MKV format.
To preserve all the audio tracks and subtitle languages in your original Blu-ray/DVD movies, click "Format" drop-down bar, select "Multi-track Video" > "Lossless/encoded Mult-track MKV(*.mkv)" as the desired output file format.
Step 3：Remove unwanted audio tracks.
Click "Settings" to open "Multi-task" Settings window, all audio & subtitle tracks in original source file are checks to be saved in the MKV container by default, click the "Audio" tab, uncheck those audio tracks that you don't like, then hit right-bottom "OK" button.
Step 4: Begin the conversion.
After all the settings are completed, go back to the main interface, hit right-bottom "Convert" button to rip Blu-ray/DVD with audio tracks that you like.