How to Rip UHD Blu-rays with DVDFab UHD Ripper?
Do you want to rip 4K Ultra HD Blu-rays to a 4K video format and watch the movie on your 4K UHD TV or 4K monitor without using a 4K Blu-ray player? You can try DVDFab UHD Ripper —the best UHD ripping software that can easily rip and convert an unprotected 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray into MKV/M2TS formats, with lossless or 4K HEVC 10-bit video quality. Now let’s see how to rip UHD Blu-ray movie with DVDFab UHD Ripper.
Note: Only 64-bit version DVDFab can be used to rip 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray.
Step 1: Load a UHD Blu-ray source
Run DVDFab 10, go to Ripper module and load a 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray source.
Step 2: Choose a profile
When the UHD Blu-ray source is loaded in, the MKV Passthrough profile possibly will be selected by default. But you can change the profile to another. Open the profile switcher at the top left corner, uncheck the “Passthrough” option and then you can find there are 4 profiles available. Just choose one you want.
Step 3: Customize your own video
Now it’s time for you to customize your 4K video. The main movie title has been selected by default here, but you can also choose other titles. You are able to change the title name and choose the chapters, audio tracks and subtitles you want. For advanced users, you can go to the “Advanced Settings” panel to customize your settings. You can also use the built-in editor to change the aspect ratio, trim and crop the video, add watermark, add subtitles, and adjust the picture values.
Step 4: Select a directory and start the ripping process
Move to the bottom of the main interface and click the “folder” icon to select an output directory. Then you can click the “Start” button to start the ripping process.
See, it is very easy to rip UHD Blu-ray with DVDFab UHD Ripper, right? Just try it yourself!
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