How to Extract SRT Subtitles from Blu-ray disc, BDMV and ISO file?
Have you come across one of the following situations? Having taken too much time to rip a Blu-ray movie to common MP4/AVI video for your HD media player, but unfortunately found that you forgot to tick the subtitle to export at the same time. Having backed up Blu-ray disc to Blu-ray ISO file but your HD media player can’t read Blu-ray PGS subtitle. Or straightforward, your BDMV image have no subtitle. If you meet situations like these, what will you do? Spending another tremendous time re-ripping Blu-ray movie with subtitle export or just watch a non-subtitle film? You don’t have to choose any way that you dislike actually in a spirit of making no. You just need to extract SRT subtitles from Blu-ray disc, BDMV or ISO file.
Is it a tough job? With Pavtube Bytecopy <review>, it will be as easy as ABC. It enables you to extract SRT subtitles from Blu-ray disc, BDMV and ISO file with a few minutes. It lets users keep multiple audio tracks and subtitles when ripping Blu-ray to MKV container, these audio and subtitles can be a exactly copy of original streams, or transcoded ones (e.g. TrueHD/DTS-HD audio to Dolby Digital 5.1, PGS subtitles to VOBSUB). What’s more, with the best Blu-ray Ripper, you even can extract WAV tracks to FLAC from Blu-ray audio discs.
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How to extract SRT subtitles from Blu-ray disc, BDMV and ISO file?
Step 1: Load source movie
Click “Load files” icon to load Blu-ray Disc from BD-ROM, or BD ISO, BDMV from hard drive. Make sure your Internet connection is OK during this progress.
Step 2: Set SRT subtitle format
Find the “Format” menu, and select “Subtitle File” from its drop-down list. There is an options of the box-“SRT Subtitle(*.srt)”.
Tip: if you need to set the subtitle language, click the “Settings” to select subtitles by language. Check any language you’d like to keep. You can either keep native-language subtitles only or multiple subtitles in different languages.
Step 3: Start to extract SRT subtitle
Click “Convert” and ByteCopy will extract SRT subtitles from Blu-ray disc, BDMV and ISO file. Wait for a moment, open your file destination (or click “Open output folder” to locate generated files), you will all the subtitles in English, Italian, Spanish… Which is exactly the same as in your original disc.
Thumbnails (here I rip .srt subtitles from The Alice In Wonderland Blu-ray, which contains forced subtitles) :
And you see, I get 2 English subtitles for the Blu-ray movie.
The Alice In Wonderland_001_1_English.srt – movie dialogue
The Alice In Wonderland_001_2_English.srt –forced subtitles(which displays only when a foreign language is spoken)
ByteCopy uses OCR( Optical character recognition) to read the Blu-ray image subtitles. Additional font object libraries for Latin-based languages (English, French, Spanish, etc) and Asia languages (Chinese, Japanese, Korea) are included to ensure subtitles be recognized and converted correctly. But there could be a few spelling mistakes existing in .srt subtitles, though ByteCopy does better than many other subtitles converter apps per we tested.
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