How Do I Copy Blu-ray DVD?
You may think it is weird what why does one need copy Blu-rays onto DVDs? When you are running out blank Blu-ray discs, or when you are on budget, or simply when you do not want to burn 45GB + data onto another disc…now when either of these happens, you end up burning Blu-rays onto DVDs. To hit the nail on the head, DVDFab Blu-ray Copy, one of the most prominent Blu-ray copy software, is able to burn Blu-rays onto blank DVDs without too much quality compromise.
Just check this following tip to learn the process:
Burn Blu-rays onto DVDs: Step 1 -> Download and install the latest DVDFab 9 onto your computer;
Burn Blu-rays onto DVDs: Step 2 -> Launch DVDFab 9, choose Main Movie mode at the Copy option window, then load the target Blu-ray;
Burn Blu-rays onto DVDs: Step 3 -> Click the “Output” icon to select one output size from the available BD 9 and BD 5 options, click “Save to” to set the target as your Blu-ray writer, and then hit the “Start” button to let go ripping.
Burn Blu-rays onto DVDs: Step 4 -> When you are asked to replace the original Blu-ray disc with a blank disc, then insert a blank DVD9 or DVD5 disc according the output size you have selected in the last step, and then continue the burning stage.
Note: the burnt DVD disc is still in Blu-ray format, which means, it plays only on home Blu-ray Player or on your computer with a BD-ROM drive.
Software you need: The latest build of DVDFab 9
Product you need order: Blu-ray Copy
For more information, please refer to DVDFab Blu-ray Copy page.