Home recorded Blu-ray discs from live broadcastings, aka BDAV discs, are getting popular among Blu-ray lovers as more and more Blu-ray recorders flood into markets.
DVDFab Blu-ray Recorder Copy for Mac can remove all the encryptions on this variant of Blu-ray discs, and then make backup copies in multiple ways with flexible settings.
Three backup modes are available, including Full Disc, Main Movie and Clone. The Full Disc and Main Movie modes convert BDAV Blu-rays to standard Blu-ray specifications of BDMV file structure. The Clone mode, however, retains the original BDAV file structure and copies the contents without any quality loss.
All the three backup modes allow burning the output Blu-rays to blank Blu-ray discs, or copying the BDAV contents to Mac HDDs as ISO files. But with Full Disc and Main Movie modes, an extra output option is available to save the results to Mac HDDs as standard Blu-ray folders. Moreover, the Clone mode yields lossless backup, while with the other two, it's your call whether to compress or not.
When it comes to watching the backup copies, the burnt Blu-ray discs by Full Disc and Main Movie modes can play back normally on standard standalone Blu-ray players and any Blu-ray player software. But the discs burnt with the Clone mode can play only on the original Blu-ray recording devices. As for the ISO files and BDAV folders, DVDFab Player 6 for Mac can handle them all.
How To Guide
DVDFab Blu-ray Recorder Copy for Mac can copy the BDAV Blu-rays recorded from live broadcastings to blank BD discs, Mac HDDs as ISO image files or standard Blu-ray folders.
After downloading and installing DVDFab 11 for Mac on your Mac 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 Blu-ray into the Blu-ray 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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