A practical tool to help you reserve TureHD audio and DTS Master Audio of a Blu-ray disc
Blu-ray video has 5 times the resolution of standard DVD video, therefore, to match the high definition video quality of a Blu-ray movie, major BD movies encoded with Dolby TrueHD audio and DTS-HD Master Audio to let viewers have this amazing experience just like being in the front row of a concert hall, with voices, instruments, and background music placed in different locations in your room.
To make it convenient to watching and storing, BD owners always need make BD backups via some Blu-ray software. Besides keeping the HD video quality, one more thing they care about is how to reserve the stunning TureHD audio and DTS Master Audio of a Blu-ray disc, so as not to downgrade the watching experience. In that case, Pavtube Blu-Ray Video Converter Ultimate
would be a good solution to realize this goal, because it is professional at handling the two audio tracks, as well as removing BD+ and AACS Blu-ray copyright protections.
With the special intention of showing you guys how to make use of this application to keep your wanted audio track while doing Blu-ray copying, the following content will take Dolby TrueHD audio for example in a detailed way.
Your source file can be a Blu-ray disc, a BD ISO image file, or .m2ts streams from a BD movies.
Once you launched this Blu-ray converter, you can load your BD files to it in the following interface. "Add Video" allows you to load .m2ts files directly, and "Load DVD" allows you to add BD files from a drive or a folder.
As soon as BD files are loaded, right-click on the .m2ts video clip which you need convert, and then hit on the option "Properties". BTW, usually the video with longest playing time would be the main movie, if you do not want to convert extra contents, you can choose this one only.
After "Properties" window pops up, you can now click on the pull down menu of "Audio Stream ID" to check which audio track is TrueHD. As long as you select an audio track, the audio codec will be shown in the textbox after "Format". All are the same with the following marked parts showing. Here the audio track "0x1100" is TrueHD. Afterwards, you need go back to the above window to select "0x1100" in the drop down list of "Audio" to set the conversion settings.
Well, this is all the procedure to select TrueHD audio, to keep audio quality to full extent during the conversion, you need select 5.1 channel as output settings as well. This step can be done via clicking "Settings" button in the main interface.
Why this Blu-ray Video Converter
is entitled Ultimate?
Actually, it is a 3-in-one program, which has integrated a Blu-ray Ripper, a DVD Ripper and a Video Converter together as a standalone application. That means it can not only deal with Blu-ray discs and DVD discs, but also handle other video files in a wide range of formats, including *.avi,*.divx, *.wmv, *.wma, *.asf, *.dvr-ms, *.wav, dts in wav, *.rm, *.rmvb, *.ra, *.mov, *.qt, *.mp4, *.3gp, *.3g2, *.dv, *.m4b, *.m4v, *.m4a, *.aac, *.flv, *.f4v, *.dat, *.mpg, *.vob, *.mod, *.m2v, *.tod, and so on.