“Is there anyway to save more than one language in Blu-ray/DVD copies? I’d like to convert movies like Frozen, Tarzan, The Little Mermaid, to MP4 so my son can view them on my Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 tablet. I would like to add 3 languages and for what I see all the software I have tried only allows me to pick one language. Help please.”
Here is a quick guide to help out those who would like to back up the protected commercial Blu-ray/DVD movies to multi-track MP4 files on the hard drive and watch them on Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 tablet for kids. To create free-region copies from commercial BD/DVD discs, you need a practical BD/DVD ripping tool to assist with BD/DVD to MP4 transition. With Pavtube ByteCopy, a professional yet easy-to-use product, all Blu-ray and DVD discs can be easily transcoded to MP4 with multiple languages and then you can freely switch audio tracks during movie playback.
Now let’s get started on learning the detailed steps about converting Blu-ray/DVD movies to Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 with multi-track MP4 format.
How to convert BD/DVD to Multi-track MP4 for Samsung Galaxy Tab 3?
Step 1: Load Blu-ray/DVD movie into ByteCopyInsert Blu-ray or DVD into disc drive, run Pavtube ByteCopy, and click on the “Load Disc” icon to successfully import source disc into this app.
Step 2: Choose output formatTap on the “Format” pane, find “Multi-track Video” category and select “Multi-track MP4(*.mp4)” as output format.
Note: MP4 files from this profile include more than one audio track that you have ticked off in Settings; in other words, the selection for Audio or Subtitles on program main UI is invalid.
Step 3: Start to rip BD/DVD to multi-track MP4Double check above steps, click the big “Convert” button and start to convert Blu-ray/DVD to multi-track MP4 format with ease. When the conversion is done, open the output folder and find the converted MP4 file.
Step 4: Transfer converted multi-track MP4 to Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 with Kies1. Install Samsung Kies to your PC.
2. Connect Samsung Galaxy Tab to PC with USB cable. A prompt would show up on the device screen, swipe your finger to open the Notification Panel and touch Connected as a media device, then Media device (MTP), now your device is successfully connected with computer.
3. Open Samsung Kies, your Galaxy Tab would be automatically recognized and showed at the left side of Kies tab. Click the Videos tab under Library, and add video or video folder. Or just drag and drop videos from computer to Video list.
4. Mark those videos you want to transfer to Galaxy Tab, and click the Transfer to device to start the process. To mark all of the video files, click the box at the top of the list.