BluRip is an all-in-one Blu-ray to MKV converter. Converts Blu-ray rips very conveniently. Convert to a single MKV, either untouched or shrinked. Allows multiple audio streams and subtitles (will be pre-selected depending on your preferences). Finetuning (eg. for x264) possible. Demultiplex video, audio, subtitles. Requires several external free tools like eac3to, AviSynth, Haali Media Splitter, x264, BDSup2sub, etc. Requires .NET 2.0 Framework.
1. Supports multiple audio tracks
2. Supports multiple subtitle tracks
3. Queue support
5. Advanced mode to adjust almost every option
6. Option to use untouched video/audio/subtitle
7. Supports sub/idx & pgs subtitles (also lowres subs possible)
8. Option to copy subs to 'Subs' folder
9. Encoding profiles for both crf & 2-pass modes
10. Use own AviSynth profiles
With the initial settings configured, head back to the Input tab, point BluRip to the BluRay drive/folder, and click the "Get stream infos" button. Once BluRip is done analyzing all available stream info should show in the "Available streams". Under "Title Selection" you will see the available playlists to choose from (handy if you are ripping individual episodes). You will notice that under the "Available streams" several streams are highlighted in green. These are the streams that BluRip will use (based on the initial configuration). If you want to add or remove a stream, simply double click on it. If you want to add some advanced options to the Audio or Video streams, right click on the stream in question.
After you finish set up the video, audio, and subtitle settings. You can mix and match your settings. You can choose to create a completely lossless rip (i.e. keep "Use untouched video/audio' ticked off), encode the video but keep lossless audio, etc. If you are looking to encode the video there are several Encoding Profiles to choose from (or if you want to create your own profile go into Settings along the top toolbar). There are two types of profiles set up, one with aq-mode as 0, and one without aq mode.
DAPlayer supports playback commercial Bluray and homemade Bluray regardless protection and restrictions armed on the disc. It is compatible with BD+ protected Bluray disc. Even play Bluray from hard disk backup files and virtual driver.
Related External Source
BluRip - BluRip project official site.
Blu-ray Disc - Blu-ray Disc (official abbreviation BD) is an optical disc storage medium designed to supersede the DVD format.
Donna Peng has been working as a copywriter in Digiarty Software for many years. She has written loads of articles to help people handle their DVDs, videos and other stuff.