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Looking for a Blu-ray copy software for your Windows PC to take care of your Bluray collections? Here is one application you can have a try: DVDFab Blu-ray Copy.
DVDFab Blu-ray Copy is rather powerful, capable of handling both Blu-ray 2D and
Blu-ray 3D, and can enable users to copy any Blu-ray to blank medias, Blu-ray
(BD50/BD25) /DVD (DVD9/DVD5) /AVCHD disc, or to your hard drive (as Blu-ray
Folder or ISO image file) with just one or a few clicks. One thing needs to be pointed
out: if you choose to save to DVD, you can playback them only in Blu-ray
Player/drive, ‘cause they are still in Blu-ray format. (However, if you do want to
convert a Blu-ray to DVD format, you can use DVDFab’s another product “DVDFab
Blu-ray to DVD Converter”.)
Blu-ray Copy removes the RC (region codes), thereby making the movie region free
and viewable on any Blu-ray player and with any Blu-ray software players, you don’t
have to change the region code of your players.
It contains five copy modes, which are “Full Disc”, “Main Movie”, “Customize”,
“Merge” and “Clone/Burn”. Both “Full Disc” and “Clone/Burn” allow you to 1:1
output, but with slight difference. “Full Disc” mode also supports to shrink Blu-ray to
BD25, and you can choose how to copy the Blu-ray when the one you have is a Bluray 3D.
The available options are “Copy as Blu-ray 3D”, “Copy as Blu-ray 2D” and
“Converter to Blu-ray SBS 3D”. One amazing point is that even you choose to
compress the source to smaller size by selecting BD25 as output, you still can use
“Copy as Blu-ray 3D” to keep the 3D effect.
Another thing that is of some interest to me is the option “Create miniso file to mount
the folder in DVDFab Virtual Drive” under the Blu-ray Settings tab in the Advanced
Settings window. I prefer saving movies to my external hard drive, and use software
player for movie playback. But some players do not support to view movie folder
directly; in which case, I need to browse into multiple subfolders for the m2ts files so
as to watch a Blu-ray movie folder, it is inconvenience, however if I use that option to
create a miniso file, things become easier, I can later use DVDFab Virtual Drive to
mount the folder which will then behave like a Blu-ray disc. Well, as you might also
notice, it seems that I can choose to save the Blu-ray movie as ISO file directly, haha.
The above two mentioned features can also be accessed in “Main Movie” mode. Main
Movie, just as its name implies, is for copying the main movie title of the Blu-ray,
which is the most often-used mode for my part, as I have no need for bonus or other
features; the movie only is enough for me, saving hard disk space as well.
I seldom use “Customize” mode or “Merge” mode; however, for those who want to
combine two or more Blu-rays into one Blu-ray, the “Merge” mode is useful.
Available Output options for Merge are BD50/BD25 and BD9/BD5 (DVD9/DVD5).
There is a green button; it is for previewing the movie title and it only shows up when
the title is highlighted with mouse over. You can preview the title content.
In conclusion, I think this Blu-ray copying software is flexible and handy for use. As
Blu-ray fans, you can download it and evaluate it first; It is offered as try-before-youbuy, 30-day free trial, fully functional. A high-end specs PC will give you faster
performance when copying Blu-rays with DVDFab Blu-ray Copy. Still wondering
about how it will perform on your PC? Action now!
DVDFab’s official website: http://www.dvdfab.cn/dvd-copy.htm
Basic System Requirements:
Can run on Windows 8/7/Vista/XP (32-bit/64-bit); Need 100 GB of Free Hard Disk
Space, a Blu-ray Drive and Internet Connection (little network traffic used).