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 Copy entire (3D) Blu-ray disc to Mac Yosemite 
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Copy entire (3D) Blu-ray disc to Mac Yosemite

This simple tutorial guides you how to remove Blu-ray encryption and backup full Blu-ray disc to hard drive with original structures just with the help of the best Blu-ray backup tool.

Source: Backup (3D) Blu-ray with Original Structures on Mac

"Last week I tweeted about having successfully ripped my first Blu-Ray disc on the Mac after read the Blu-ray Backup/Ripping Tips, and while the process wasn’t actually all THAT difficult, quite a few of you inquired about how I did it, and what my hardware/software setup was, so I figured I would throw this quick tutorial up." - Editor Notes



As Macs users well know, things haven't settled down (at least not from Apple's perspective). Four and a half years after that comment, OS X still doesn't support (3D) Blu-ray playback, nor has any Mac shipped with a drive capable of even reading or burning data on a Blu-ray disc. We think that, if you own a Blu-ray, you should be able to override its copy protection to make a backup copy or to convert its content for viewing on other devices. Here is an easy way for you to copy a (3D) Blu-ray disc with original structures or menus.

If you are looking to make a backup copy of a purchased Blu-ray disc, then Pavtube Blu-ray Copying/Ripping software is a great help. Overall, this Top Blu-ray Ripper enables you to rip protected Blu-ray discs into versatile popular video, audio formats. And with the "Copy entire disc" option of the Mac Blu-ray Ripper, you are able to make a successful and full copy of protected Blu-ray movie. The entire disc could be copied to your hard drive keeping the original structure as you want.

This is a Best Mac Blu-ray Rippers Review and for Windows users, you can use Pavtube BDMagic for Windows (Windows 10 include) and here is the workflow. Now, let's see how to copy the entire (3D) Blu-ray disc to Mac Yosemite.



Other Download:
- Pavtube old official address: http://www.pavtube.cn/blu-ray-ripper-mac/
- Cnet Download: http://download.cnet.com/Pavtube-BDMagi ... 77782.html

Guide: Copy full Blu-ray disc to hard drive with original structures on Mac

Step 1. Load (3D) Blu-ray Movie

Launch the Best (3D) Blu-ray Ripper and click "Load file(s)" to load original Blu-ray discs. You need a Blu-ray Disc drive (either external or internal) to read Blu-ray Disc.



Step 2. Choose an output folder

Click "Browse" button to select a destination folder for the output files.



Note: If you have 3d blue ray discs and want to get them playable for the 3D Devices or 3DTV, you can also use Pavtube BDMagic for Mac and choose "MKV Top-Bottom 3D Video (*.mkv)", or "MKV Anaglyph 3D Video (*.mkv)" or "MKV Side-by-Side 3D Video (*.mkv)" which can retain the 3D effect. Read the difference Anaglyph 3D and Side-by-Side 3D.

Step 3. Copy the entire Blu-ray structure

Click the quick button "Copy the entire disc" to start copying the (3D) Blu-ray disc to hard drive, including the menus, titles, ads, etc. Full disc copy means to help users to backup the whole contents of a Blu-ray disc remaining the original structures.



As soon as the copying task finished, you can click "Open" button to locate the Blu-ray directory. The decrypted Blu-ray folder contains all information and contents in the original disc. Among them, the BDMV folder is the most important one with audio and video files in it. Open BDMV -> STREAM folder and you will find all the .m2ts movie clips. You can play these M2TS videos on Mac or have a further conversion and transfer to other devices for playback.

If you want to backup Blu-ray with multiple audio tracks on Mac, try Pavtube ByteCopy for Mac and here is the comparison.


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