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PostPosted: Sun Jan 23, 2011 5:41 pm  Post subject:  Pavtube ByteCopy New Release! Make MKV with multiple audio t Reply with quoteBottom of PageBack to top


Pavtube ByteCopy New Release! Make MKV with multiple audio tracks and subtitles

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Jan. 24, 2011-Pavtube Studio is glad to announce that after several months’ hard working, Pavtube ByteCopy is successfully released. ByteCopy is an easy-to-use program to rip and convert Blu-ray and DVD movies to MKV format with all original audio streams and subtitle streams includedWith user-friendly design, it also enables users to select specified audio tracks and subtitles to convert due to different language requirements.

Additionally, Pavtube ByteCopysupports preserving chapter markers and multiple HD audios in the output MKV file, including Dolby TrueHD 7.1, Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS-HD Master Audio and more, so that users can freely select their needed soundtracks, subtitles as well as chapters when watching their beloved BD/DVD movies with home theater devices or media players.

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Features highlights
- Create MKV files from recently released Blu-ray discs and DVDs.

- Crack Blu-ray discs protected with AACS and BD+ up to MKB v20.

- No third party software is required for decryption and conversion.

- Preserve multiple subs and audio tracks, including HD audios.

- Retain chapter markers and support lossless output.

- Output MKV files for popular HD players, like WD TV, Popcorn Hour…

System Requirements
-Processor: Intel or AMD Dual core CPU, 1.6 MHz at least

-Operating System: Windows 2003/XP/Vista/Windows 7

-Memory: 512MB or above

-Display resolution: 1024 X 768 or above

-Optical Drive: DVD-ROM / BD-ROM (BD-ROM is required for ripping Blu-ray disc)

Free download Pavtube ByteCopy



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Pavtube ByteCopy is your best tool to rip and convert commercial Blu-ray movies and DVDs to MKV container format with multiple audio tracks and subtitles included. Besides retaining multiple audio tracks (especially HD audios- Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD Master Audio) and multiple subtitles in an MKV video without transcoding, Pavtube ByteCopy is also able to encode the original soundtracks into DTS 5.1 channels, AC3 5.1 channels, AAC 6 channels, PCM 6 channels, and MP3 6 channels with your wanted languages. With full supports for BD decryption, it is capable of cracking AACS and BD+ copy protections applied in BD discs up to MKB v20, as well as preserve chapter markers in the converted MKV file. All that and more make it possible for you to easily select your needed tracks, subtitles, as well as chapters when watching Blu-ray and DVD movies with your media players, or home theater devices.


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 25, 2011 9:29 pm  Post subject:  (No subject) Reply with quoteBottom of PageBack to top

How to use Pavtube ByteCopy software for backing up Blu-ray Disc/DVD to MKV files?

The following guide focuses on how to use Pavtube ByteCopysoftware, which is a BD/DVD backup tool for users to copy Blu-ray and DVD movies to MKV format with highest quality for playback on PC and HD media players. Movie lovers that would like to make 1:1 backup of Blu-ray Discs may download a trial of Pavtube ByteCopy software and follow the tutorial to create flawless digital copy your BD/DVD

Software Availability
Pavtube ByteCopy Trial version. A trial is free and functional-restricted. Lossless output can be used 3 times only.
Pavtube ByteCopy Retail version. A full version is offered at $42 only by Pavtube Studio.

System Requirements
-CPU: Intel processor or AMD dual core, 1.6MHz and above
-Memory: 512MB or above
-OS: Windows 2003/ Windows XP/ Windows Vista/ Windows 7
-Display Resolution: 1024*768 or above
-Drive: DVD-ROM (BD-ROM is required for ripping Blu-ray disc)

Basic Workflow
Backing up DVD/Blu-ray Disc to MKV files with all audio and subtitle streams
Step 1. Click “Load Disc” button Imageto import movie files from DVD/ Blu-ray Disc.

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Step 2. Click the “Edit Disc” button Imageto select desired subtitles and audio tracks for all chapters. The software keeps all subtitles and audio streams by default. Choose “Lossless” in dropdown list of “Format” box if you’d like to backup Blu-ray video stream without quality losss.

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Step 3. Click the “Convert” button Imageto start ripping movie to MKV files.

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In this way Pavtube ByteCopy extracts the main movie with selected subtitles and audio tracks from disc and seals the contents into MKV container without transcoding, which means you get lossless quality MKV videos.

Some helpful tips for first-time users
1. DVD-ROM will not read Blu-ray Disc, so you need a Blu-ray Disc drive (either external or internal) for ripping Blu-ray Disc.

2. The Pavtube ByteCopy is able to crack copy-protections of commercial Blu-ray Discs and DVDs, third-party BD decryption software like AnyDVD is not necessary.

3. When playing selected title in Pavtube ByteCopy, the software plays video streams only. There is not audio or subtitle- we can’t decide which to play from multiple audio tracks and subtitles.

4. Best video quality is kept when you choose lossless output. To properly play lossless Blu-ray contents back will require a high horsepower computer or powerful HD media player to support the data rate involved in MKV format- the only format that Pavtube ByteCopy uses.

Advanced Settingsa.
Set audio language and subtitles by preference.
By taking advantages of Preference settings can you save both time and labor. Click “Tools” menu-> “Preference”-> “Audio” tab to set audio language by preference. Check the audio languages you always want to keep. E.g. if check English and French box, English and French audio tracks will be selected for all titles by default the next time you run Pavtube ByteCopy.

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Set desired subtitles under the “Subtitle” tab in the same way.
The settings will be applied to all future discs/movie files until user preference is reset.

Convert audio tracks and subtitles to fit for your player.
Things happen when your BD contains high-quality 7.1 audio tracks while your media player/AV receiver plays 5.1 channels only. Pavtube ByteCopy lets you down convert TrueHD and DTS-MA 7.1 audio to AC3/AAC/DTS 5.1 audio and Blu-ray SGS subtitle to DVDSUB for your player.
Select main movie Title and click the “Edit Title” button Image to select and encode audio track streams and subtitle. The “Edit Title Streams” screen pops up with three tabs, Video tab, Audio tab and Subtitle tab. Switch to “Audio” tab to set audio streams. To select an audio stream, select its corresponding “Check” box. Check the “Encode” box if you’d like to transcode audio to a different codec/format. Available audio codecs includes AC3, AAC, DTS, PCM, MP3 and MP2. Set subtitles under “Subtitle” tab in the same way. Available subtitle format is restricted to DVDSUB, which works well on almost all the video DVD combos and HD media players.

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Create customized output format for shrinking Blu-ray contents.
There are three options for exporting Blu-ray and DVD movie in MKV format, i.e., lossless, HD Player, and Custom. Lossless option lets you creates 1:1 copy of Blu-ray contents without quality loss. HD Player option copies video stream and meanwhile turns TrueHD or DTS-MA 7.1 audio into Dolby Digital 5.1 audios. Custom option allows you to create customized output option for use.

Here’re steps to create new output option.
1. Select the whole disc, click “Edit Disc” buttonImage to enter “Edit Disc” window.
2. Find the “Format” bar, and select “Custom” from dropdown list of “Format” bar.
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3. Click “Settings” button to set and save new output format in “Setting Disc Streams” window. Check the “Encode” box, and set customized video codec, size, bitrate, frame rate, audio codec, sample rate, bitrate, channels and subtitle codec.

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4. When everything’s settled down, click “Save” button, give a name to the newly created format, and click “OK”.

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5. Click “OK” on “Setting Disc Streams” window and back to “Edit Disc” window. You’ll find that the new format is added to dropdown-list of “Format” bar.
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Tips:
1. By default the video size is “original”. When you make changes to video size, please also check the “Encode” box below “All Subtitle Stream”. When a subtitle looks fine on 1920*1080 video, it might go beyond the screen when the video is resized to 1280*720, so make sure the subtitle is converted as well.

2. Do not set 6 channels for audio when MP3 or MP2 codec is selected. Do not set 1 channel when DTS is set as audio codec.

3. A lossless Blu-ray movie can take up space ranges from 20GB to 50GB. If you want to cut down file size, try setting smaller value in video “Bitrate” instead of using “original”.
18000kpbs- excellent HD video quality
8000kbps- DVD video quality
2000kbps- video for portable media players (e.g. Galaxy Tab, Archos 101)
512kbps- video for regular mobile phones

4. When H.264 is set for encoding video streams, you may take advantage of CUDA encoding. Follow “Tools”-> “Preference” -> “Others” to set CUDA encoder.

5. In order to play a video clip properly on your device, make sure the video is encoded with proper codec (ByteCopy offers H.264, Xvid, MPEG-2 only) and packed in proper container format (MKV only for ByteCopy) with proper bitrate, frame rate, resolution, audio channels.


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Blu-ray ripping- how to keep Dolby Digital 5.1/Dolby TrueHD 7.1 audio?


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How to keep best audio quality when ripping Blu-ray Disc to PC? This is a frequently asked question. In the Blu-ray specification, Dolby TrueHD, DTS-MA, LPCM, Dolby Digital, DTS and PCM are optional codecs for Blu-ray audio encoding. Earlier Blu-ray Discs save audio in Dolby Digital and DTS codec, most recent Blu-ray movies usually comes with Dolby TrueHD and DTS-MA audio tracks to deliver higher quality audio with 7.1 channels. Not every AV receiver/amplifier can decode Dolby TrueHD and DTS-MA audio, but most of them support Dolby Digital, i.e., AC-3 5.1 audio codec. When ripping Blu-ray Disc for playing back with PC and HD media players, better check the supported codec of your device first to set a best fit for your player. Refer to below how to keep Dolby Digital 5.1/Dolby TrueHD 7.1 audio when ripping Blu-ray Discs with Pavtube ByteCopy, a new released BD ripping tool with lossless video output and multiple audio & subtitle options.

Software availability :

Pavtube ByteCopy Trial version. A trial is free but functional-restricted. Lossless output can be used 3 times only. You may download a trial and see how it works.
Pavtube ByteCopy Retail version. A full version is offered at $42 by Pavtube Studio.


Guide of how to keep Dolby Digital 5.1/Dolby True HD 7.1 audio when ripping Blu-ray movie:
1. Hook up an external BD drive with my desktop (if there is not an internal one), and place a Blu-ray Disc into the BD drive.

2. Run Pavtube ByteCopy software and click the “Load BD/DVD” icon to import movie files from Blu-ray Disc.

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3. Select the whole disc, and click the “Edit Disc” button. Now the “Edit Disc” screen pops up. Here you decide whether keep the original Dolby True HD 7.1/Dolby Digital 5.1 audio or encode the audio streams into Dolby Digital 5.1 audio tracks.

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To pass-through original TrueHD/Dolby Digital/DTS/PCM audio, just select “lossless” quality in “Format” box. In this way you get lossless audio streams as they are burned into BD. Dolby TrueHD track will be copied and packed into generated MKV file without transcoding. But note that the original BD may not contain Dolby TrueHD audio.

To transcode the BD audio streams into Dolby Digital 5.1 tracks, you may select “HD Player” and press“Settings”. In this way you get H.264/AC3 encoded MKV file.

4. Click the “Convert” button to start ripping the Blu-ray movie to MKV file. After conversion I click “Browse Export Path” and get an MKV file. Pavtube ByteCopy extracts the main movie with all subtitles from disc and seals the contents with encoded AC3 audio streams into MKV container, which preserves the best possible quality.

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Additional Tip: How to check audio information of the Blu-ray Disc

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Pavtube ByteCopy lets you check the audio info. Once the movie source is opened you will see its contents as a tree structure. Expand the directory to check file information. “Title1 (Main Title)” contains Blu-ray movie, and other Titles bonus and extra features. You can find Audio info such as codec, channels and language under “Title1(Main Title)”.


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