Copy Any Blu-ray into Blu-ray/DVD/AVCHD Disc or onto Mac
DVDFab Blu-ray Copy for Mac can burn your Blu-ray to any blank Blu-ray disc like BD-R 25, BD-RE 25, BD-R 50, BD-RE 50. A notable feature of Blu-ray Copy is that it can burn Blu-ray to any blank DVD disc like DVD+R/RW, DVD-R/RW, DVD-R DL and DVD-R DL to save money if no Blu-ray disc is available at hand or you prefer a high cost-performance DVD backup. What's more, it can backup your Blu-ray to AVCHD disc while you need to choose output as BD 5 or BD 9.
Blu-ray Copy for Mac is also a Blu-ray cloner for Mac that makes a perfect 1:1 ratio clone, and also can compress BD 50 to a single BD 25, BD 9 or BD 5 with fabulous results. Besides, you can clone 3D BD with the same effect as the original disc.
Designed for Ease of Use
DVDFab Blu-ray for Mac is easy to use, even for new users, with an intuitive, neat and step-by-step process layout. Like the entire DVDFab product family, it has many settings for user experience, including multi-language support, a built-in Blu-ray preview window, and more.
Tech-savvy to Output Spotless Quality
DVDFab Blu-ray Copy for Mac has been in development for years to catch up with the latest technology trend all the time. This tech-savvy enough Mac Blu-ray copy software will ensure you a smooth Blu-ray copy with leading processing speed. Despite the flash speed, you will get a resultant video with quality that is by no means inferior to the source. And with its Clone mode, you will get a totally lossless output file.
Launch DVDFab Blu-ray Copy for Mac, and load the source
Double click DVDFab 10, and choose Copy from the option bar when it runs. Insert the BD you want to copy into the Blu-ray drive, or navigate it through the Add buttons on the main UI if it's been in. When the source comes to be an ISO or a folder, you can simply drag & drop it into the main UI for loading.
Choose one copy mode, and customize the output Blu-ray
After source loading, move to the left pane, and click the copy mode switcher to choose the mode you need. You can define the output size to be BD 50, BD 25, BD 9 or BD 5 if the copy mode you chose is not the lossless one: Clone/Burn. You can even select it to be BD 9 or BD 5 when you choose Main Movie.
After that, move to the lowest interface, and select the output path to copy the source Blu-ray to a blank BD, Blu-ray ISO or folder at the Save to part.
Start to copy Blu-ray
Click the Start button, the Blu-ray copying task will be executed immediately. You can get the detailed progress info, and you can also cancel the task anytime you don't want to continue during the process.
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