Backup Blu-ray Disc to MKV with Chapter Markers
Since Blu-ray has limitations of playback due to its many copyright protection including region codes, AACS, BD+, etc, many people chose to backup Blu-ray to other regular format for convenient streaming. But because the lost of chapter markers when they rip Blu-ray to AVI/MP4, they have to start watching the whole movie again if they want to locate particular scenes quickly. So how to backup Blu-ray with all chapter markers for convenient and quick scene location?
Chapter markers are a standard feature in Blu-ray discs. Using chapter markers allows you to move forwards or backwards through the film quickly, and can help you locate particular scenes easily, without having to start watching the whole Blu-ray movie again. But not all formats can contain chapter markers when you backup Blu-ray. Fortunately, multi-track MKV can keep all chapter markers while you backup Blu-ray.
MKV is a flexible, open standard video file format. The MKV container can include video, audio, and features such as alternate audio tracks, multilingual subtitles and chapter points. MKV offers a richer media experience than any other current format, and that’s why we chose it as the ideal file container for Blu-ray backup. So if you want to keep all chapter markers of your Blu-ray disc, you can choose rip Blu-ray to MKV with chapter markers. To get the goal, you need the help of Blu-ray to MKV with chapter markers programme. Considering the comprehensive function, we chose to use Pavtube ByteCopy to accomplish Blu-ray to MKV with chapter markers backup.
Firstly, this Blu-ray to MKV app can copy Blu-ray to MKV with chapter markers in 1:1 high video quality. And withNVIDIA CUDA technology(only for Windows version and in H.264 codec) and continuously upgrade, it can rip the latest Blu-ray to lossless MKV in 5.1/7.1 audio with ultra fast speed. ByteCopy Mac Version also supports to output lossless MKV with chapter markers.
Secondly, it offers Blu-ray Full Fisc Copy with original structure including chapter markers and Directly Copy with intact Blu-ray main movies.
Thirdly, not just lossless MKV, this Blu-ray to MKV app can virtually backup Blu-ray to any other formats, like H.265,M3U8, H.264 MP4, MOV, AVI, etc.
Fourthly, with the built-in video editing tool, you can trim video footage, crop black area, add SRT/ASS subtitles into video. What’s more, it enables you to extract FLAC/WAV audio from Blu-ray audio disc and extract SRT subtitle from Blu-ray movies.
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How to backup Blu-ray to MKV with chapter markers?
Step 1. Add Blu-ray movie
Run this Blu-ray to MKV app and click “File” and “Load from disc” to add Blu-ray movie you want to rip.
Step 2. Choose lossless MKV as output
To preserve chapter markers, lossless multi-track MKV will be a perfect output video format. Click the format bar to follow “Multi-track Video” ＞ “Lossless/encoded Multi-track MKV (*.mkv)” which well preserves chapter markers and multiple subtitles/audio tracks.
Step 3. Start rip Blu-ray to MKV
Click the button “Convert” on bottom right to get down to convert Blu-ray to MKV with chapter markers. And after conversion, you’ll get the ripped Blu-ray in MKV format and with chapter markers.
With this MKV file ripped from Blu-ray, you can smoothly enjoy your Blu-ray movie on your various devices, like WD TV Live.