There are many Blu-ray burning software programs on the market, but which one is the best and the most full-featured? The best Blu-ray burner is easy-to-use, fast and powerful enough to allow you to burn Blu-ray as your own way and copy any Blu-ray disc/ISO file/folder to blank disc/ISO file/folder. DVDFab Blu-ray Copy is such a great Blu-ray Burner. Now let me show you how to use this Blu-ray burner to burn Blu-ray.


Step 1: Choose a copy mode

Run DVDFab 10, go to Copy module and click the “Copy Mode” tab on the top left corner of the main interface to choose a copy mode. You have 5 modes (see Note at the end) to choose. Here I take Customize mode as an example.



Step 2: Load the source

Insert the Blu-ray and DVDFab will load it automatically. If the source is ISO file/folder, you can load it by clicking the “Add” button or dragging and dropping it to the main interface directly.



Step 3: Customize your own Blu-ray

After the source is loaded in, the longest title, namely the main movie, will be selected by default. But here you can choose other titles. You also can choose the chapters, audio tracks, subtitles, and customize your settings. On "Advanced Settings" panel, you can customize your own menu and choose the output as BD 25 or BD 50.




Step 4: Select an output directory

Navigate to the bottom of the main interface to select a directory to save the output Blu-ray: to select your optical drive as the directory from the drop-down list box is to save the output to a blank Blu-ray disc; to select a directory by clicking the "folder" icon is to save the output as a Blu-ray folder; to select a directory by clicking the "image" icon is to save the output as an ISO image file.



Step 5: Start the burning process

Click the “Start” button to start the burning process.


If you choose to burn Blu-ray to a blank disc, you will be prompted to insert a blank Blu-ray disc to your optical drive. Insert a blank disc and after a while you can get your Blu-ray copy.


DVDFab also provides Blu-ray ripper solution, and if you want to learn how to rip Blu-ray, you can have a look at the tip Blu-ray Video Converter.



5 modes:

Full Disc: copy all the content of the disc/ISO/folder source.

Main Movie: only copy the main movie title of the disc/ISO/folder source.

Customize: copy any content you want from the disc/ISO/folder source.

Merge: merge multiple Blu-rays into one Blu-ray.

Clone/Burn: clone Blu-ray in 1:1 ratio with nothing lost.