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Old Jan 26, 2010, 11:29 PM
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Default How to reserve Dolby TrueHD audio while copying a Blu-ray movie on Mac

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How to reserve Dolby TrueHD audio while copying a Blu-ray movie on Mac

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For its wonderful and excellent acoustical properties, Dolby TrueHD audio can always provide people with amazing high-definition surround sound experience and put you right in the middle of the action. To experience the full potential of Blu-ray discs, people prefer to reserve Dolby TrueHD audio while backup Blu-ray movies. The thing is that most Blu-ray programs are not good at recognizing this special audio track, fortunately, there are also some Blu-ray rippers have successfully added powerful support for Dolby TrueHD audio, Pavtube Blu-Ray Ripper for Mac[img]***********.pavtube.com/blu-ray-ripper-mac/[/img] is one among them. If you are a Mac user, and looking for a program to help you keep TrueHD audio of your Blu-ray movie, as well as let audio and video match well during the process of copying, then this one is a nice choice.

Following paragraphs will show you how to make use of Pavtube Blu-Ray Ripper for Mac to reserve Dolby TrueHD audio while copying Blu-ray movies in detail. Just feel free to move on with it. Hope it helps.

[b]Step 1: Load Blu-ray movies[/b]

Click "DVD Folder" or "IFO File" to import Blu-ray files.

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[b]Step 2: Select Dolby TrueHD audio, output format and specify save path[/b]

Tick off whatever .m2ts streams you want to copy. Generally speaking, select the .m2ts video stream with the longest playing time will be OK, because it is the main movie of the Blu-ray. Of course, if you would like to copy the extras of the Blu-ray movie, you can select several .m2ts files at a time, and check "Merge into one file" to combine them all to be as a single file.

Click the drop-down list of "Audio" option, then a list of audio tracks will be presented, and normally, the first one should be Dolby TrueHD, if in doubt, you can play them one by one to check which one is the proper Dolby TrueHD audio track you want.

Meanwhile, you should select output format from the drop-down list of "Format", here I choose "MKV HD Video (*.mkv) for instance, or if you just need copy Blu-ray movies without any quality loss and changing video format, you can select "Copy" and then "Directly Copy". After that, click "Browse" button to specify where to store the output files, if not, the program will export the output file to the default save path automatically, and these files can be easily found via clicking "Open" button as soon as copying work is completed.

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[b]Step 3: Set advanced settings[/b]

Click "Settings" button, and then you can adjust audio and video parameters such as video and audio codec, aspect ratio, bit rate, frame rate, sample rate, and audio channels on the interface showing below. To keep Dolby TrueHD audio to the greatest extent, 6 channels is your choice.

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[b]Step 4: Start Blu-ray ripping[/b]

As soon as the above mentioned settings are finished, now just click "Convert" button to start Blu-ray ripping[img]***********.pavtube.com/blu-ray-ripper-mac/[/img], the ripping info including ripping process, time elapse, estimated left time, estimated file size, and generated file size are all shown clearly on the following window. In that way, you can make good control of your disk space as well as your time during the ripping process.

[img]***********.pavmac.com/pic/2010/201001/100105bluraymac/blurayrippermacripping100105.jpg[/img]
 

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