As 4K broadcasting technologies, such as BS4K channel of NHK, CS4K channel of SKY PerfecTV and others alike, keep advancing day by day, the sales of 4K recorders capable of recording 4K Blu-rays from those broadcasting stations, are also going up rapidly.
Also seeing a growing demand is the 4K BDAV backup software that can be used to make backup copies to those recorded 4K Blu-ray discs. This is when and where DVDFab 4K Recorder Copy kicks in to help consumers decrypt and then backup 4K BDAV Blu-ray discs, with Clone, Full Disc or Main Movie copy mode.
Different from commercial 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray discs that are produced based on standard specifications, the specifications of recorded 4K Blu-ray discs largely depend on the 4K recorder manufacturers, each may have its own standard that might be slightly different from one another.
That being said, with DVDFab 4K Recorder Copy, users don't have to worry about the specification thing, as this 4K BDAV copy software has them all covered, including the m2ts format from Sharp devices, the mmts format from Panasonic devices, and more.
DVDFab 4K Recorder Copy allows users to clone the recorded 4K BDAV Blu-rays in a lossless manner, whether directly to blank Blu-ray discs or computer HDDs as ISO files. What's more, another two backup modes, Full Disc and Main Movie with compression and BDMV conversion features are already in the works, and will be available in the future update.
When choosing to burn the output to blank Blu-ray discs, the resulting 4K discs can play back normally on the original 4K recorders, regardless of the manufacturers.
When choosing to save the output to computer HDDs as ISO files or BDAV folders, the backup can be played with 3rd party BDAV media players, such as DVDFab Player 6.
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How To Guide
DVDFab 4K Recorder Copy can copy 4K Blu-rays recorded from 4K broadcastings to blank BD discs, computer HDDs as ISO image files or 4K BDAV folders.
After downloading and installing DVDFab 11 on your computer, double-click on its desktop shortcut icon to launch it up.
Move to the Copy section, select a copy module, then insert the recorded 4K Blu-ray into the UHD drive.
Choose the output destination at the Save to selection box, and press the Start button to initiate the backup process.
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