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VI Blu-ray Discs - Powerful Ways to Backup Star Wars I

Recently, the Star Wars: Episode VI - The Return of the Jedi Steelbook released, which arouse a Star Wars fever, so many Star Wars fans start to buy the Star Wars I - VI Blu-ray Discs for collection. However, are you tired of getting up off your couch to drop a disc in the Blu-ray player or messing around with physical discs. If so, copying Backup Star Wars I - VI Blu-ray Discs and keeping them on your storage for sharing with your family, enjoying on traveling, or watching via projector on party etc.

How to Backup Star Wars I - VI Blu-ray Discs

To backup Star Wars I - VI Blu-ray Discs in four different ways on your different need, you gonna need a powerful copy program, Pavtube ByteCopy is definitely your firstly choice for the following reasons:

1.No more needs to take care of the dummy physical disks.

This is much more important if you own a large Blu-ray collection. The physical disks can be easily scratched, damaged, broken, theft or lost especially if you already have kids at home. Also the BD sets takes up a lot of spaces that difficult to clean.

2. 1:1 Disc Copy with protection removed.

A commercial Blu-ray disc is always protected by all kinds of encryptions from film studio and publisher. Here by using Pavtube ByteCopy, you can easily rip off the encryption, then backup a 1:1 Blu-ray folder that is exactly the same as original. It works with both purchases and rentals so you can free exchange discs with family members. No need to spend a large amount of money to buy new discs, isn’t it cool?

3. Various output presets.

Pavtube ByteCopy supports converting BD/DVD to virtually any popular video and audio format so that you can freely watch movies on Apple iOS devices, Android OS devices, Windows RT/Pro devices, HDTV, 3D TVs, PSP, PS4, PS3, Plex, WDTV Live, Roku 3 and more devices. In recent update, ByteCopy can support ripping Blu-ray/DVD movie to H.265/HEVC MP4 with better video quality compared to H.264 MP4 in same profile presets

4. Lossless/uncompressed MKV option and multiple soft audio tracks & subtitles.

ByteCopy offers a lossless MKV option in output list, which means you’ll get a real uncompressed MKV file without any quality loss on big screen. It also offers multi-track MP4/MOV/AVI presets with multiple audio streams and removable subtitles, so you can free switch, turn on/off during playback.

5. Additional editing functions

This multi-track Blu-ray/DVD converter can be considered as a user-friendly movie editing tool with the professional functions to trim, crop, merge, insert subtitles, export srt/ass/ssa subtitles, add video effects in the target movie.

Four Ways to Backup Star Wars I - VI Blu-ray Discs

1. Full copy Star Wars I - VI Blu-ray discs:

If you want your backup Star Wars I - VI Blu-ray discs are as the same as the original blu-ray disc in quality and size, it is idea for you to choose this backup option, which also ensures you to preserve all the subtitle tracks and audio streams. It can keep 5.1 and 7.1 sound for you if your Blu-ray discs have 5.1 and 7.1 surround sound.

2. Backup Star Wars Blu-ray movies main title:

This backup solution only select the main title of your Blu-rays without tedious and boring ads, tidbits. You can save 100% intact M2TS/VOB main movie from your Blu-ray Disc without any quality loss. The biggest merits of this backup option can be summarized into two categories: time-saving and space-conserving.

3. Backup Star Wars Blu-ray movies into digital file format

The method allows you to rip Star Wars Blu-ray movies into common digital file format or device preset file formats. In this case, you can store the converted movies to your storage devices for further play on your portable devices or media players. For example, you can store the movie to WD My Cloud Mirror for playing on TV, iphone 6s, Galaxy Note 5, iPad Pro, Surface Pro 4 etc; or you can store the converted video to USB 3.0 External HDD etc.

4. Lossless Backup Star Wars Blu-ray discs to Multi-track MKV format

There are so many advantages for you to backup Blu-ray collections into lossless multi-track MKV format, which ensures a no quality loss backup with all the chapter markers, multiple audio streams and subtitle tracks.

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Steps to backup Star Wars I - VI Blu-ray Discs in four ways

Step 1. Load Star Wars I - VI Blu-ray discs

Insert Blu-ray into disc drive. Launch ByteCopy, click "Load Disc" button to browse to disc drive and import source movie into this app.

Step 2: Copy Star Wars Blu-ray discs in different ways

1. Make a full disc copy:

By hitting the icon on the top tool bar of the main interface to make a full disc copy.

2. Backup main contents of disc

From "Format" bar, select "Copy" > "Direct Copy" to copy the main movie of the Blu-ray disc.

3. Backup to device compatible popular file formats:

Click "Format" bar to select "Common Video" > "H.264 HD Video(*.mp4)" or other optimized formats for your final devices to store on storage device. So that you can transfer the converted videos to any media players or portable devices for playing freely.

4. Lossless Backup to multi-track MKV format

Output "Lossless/encoded Multi-track MKV" format to help preserve the chapter markers, audio streams, subtitle tracks and DTS-HD Master audio in original Blu-ray source file.

Step 3: Start to convert

Press right-bottom "Convert" button on the main interface to start Star War Blu-ray discs backup process.


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