Do you have Blu-ray backup on your Mac computer, in the forms of Blu-ray movie folders or Blu-ray ISO image files? If yes, do you want to burn them onto blank BD discs to watch with your family on home Blu-ray player which is connected to your home theatre system? You just come to the right place. This guide below is to tell you how to do that with DVDFab Blu-ray Copy for Mac, one of the most talked about Mac Blu-ray copy software’s on the internet.

Check the step-by-step guide now:

Burn Blu-ray Backup on Mac> Step 1: Download and install the latest DVDFab 9 for Mac onto your computer;

Burn Blu-ray Backup on Mac > Step 2: Launch DVDFab 11 for Mac, choose Copy option in Option Bar, and then load the Blu-ray movie folder or ISO per the instructions;

Burn Blu-ray Backup on Mac > Step 3: Select a copy mode on Mode Panel, and then put a blank BD disc into the disc tray of the connected external Blu-ray writer, and press the “Start” button to let go the burning.

Note: the size of the blank BD disc can be BD 50 or BD 25. If you insert a BD 50 disc, there will be no compression made, or else, the contents will be compressed onto the blank BD 25 disc;

Software you need: The latest build of DVDFab 11 for Mac

Product you need order: Blu-ray Copy for Mac

For more information, please go to: