Friends recommend an excellent Blu-ray video to you and you are eager to experience the unprecedented HD video the advanced video and audio codecs offer. But when you get that Blu-ray Disc, you disappointedly find that you don't have a Blu-ray Disc drive or player and you have no choice but to watch the movie from friends' mouths. Don't worry. What about convert the Blu-ray disc to the DVD disc? Thus, you can enjoy your videos on a general DVD player. You are so lucky that Aiseesoft Blu-Ray Ripper and DVD Creator can help you accomplish the conversion without any loss of video and audio quality. The program comes in two versions based on computer platforms, one is for Window-based computers, and the other is for Mac-based computers. It enables you to convert your Blu-ray Disc to DVD video profile optimized for television system of SECAM, PAL, NTSC and general DVD video format.
Next, we are going to learn how to rip Blu-ray to the DVD disc step by step based on Window-based computers.
Step 1: Load Blu-ray disc/folder
Launch Aiseesoft Blu-Ray Ripper and the main interface turns up, on which you can click "File" or "Load Disc" to browse and burn files stored on your computer or Blu-Ray disc.
Step 2: Select output format
Click "Settings" button to select the output format in the drop-down list. You can enter "DVD" directly in the input box. Then click "Browse…" button to specify destination folder for saving output files.
Notes: If you didn't save the converted file as DVD file, you can convert the video format later on the DVD Creator.
Step 3: Start the conversion
After selected output profile, click the big button "Convert" on the toolbar to complete the task.
Step 4: Install and run the Aiseesoft DVD Creator
After installation, run the software. You can see the main interface as below.
Step 5: Burn the file converted from Blu-ray disc
Click the "Add Files" button on the toolbar, select the video file that is converted from the BD disc to load the selected file into the file list of the program.
Step 6: Edit the converted video file
On the interface, you can click "Edit" to adjust video parameters, to trim segments, to crop the video size and to watermark your video. If you are not satisfied with your audio track or subtitle, you can click "Audio Track" or "Subtitle" to add or reset them. Before doing the upper things, make sure the loaded file is chosen.
Step 7: Make your own DVD menu
Click on the "Edit menu" button from the "Menu" panel in the top right-hand window and choose a template from the list to quickly create a simple DVD menu.
Step 8: Select the destination
Click the drop-down triangle and you can select the destination you want your file put to. If you insert an empty DVD to your DVD drive earlier, you can choose to load your video to the DVD directly.
Step 9: Start burning
Set the writing speed and the number of copies required, and then click "Burn" to start the burning process.
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