Converting Your DVDs and Blu-rays to Digital Copies

In the digital age, more and more people become interested in owning movies digitally and abandon the physical movie DVDs. To stop the decline of DVD sales, major film studios introduce DVDs and Blu-ray discs bundled with a digital copy and back the Disc to Digital services like the VUDU and Flixster that allow you to convert your DVDs & Blu-rays to digital copies in the cloud. But, these digital copies are not truly your own because they are locked by DRM (digital rights management) with which the film companies can monitor and control your use.

If you want to make DRM-free digital copies of your DVD/Blu-ray discs, there are many DVD decrypting, ripping and converting programs out there that can help, and the Pavtube ByteCopy works well. You can follow the following steps to use the Pavtube ByteCopy:

Step 1. Click here to download Pavtube ByteCopy, install and run it on your computer.

Step 2. Insert the DVD or Blu-ray disc.

Step 3. Load the DVD/Blu-ray by clicking the “Load file(s)” button. As long as the ByteCopy can read the data on the disc successfully, prove it can defeat the DRM protection used on the disc.

Step 4. Choose the output digital file format. You have four options: a) copy the entire disc; b) put the disc’s media content into the multi-track container format keeping multiple subtitles and audio tracks; c) convert to common video formats; d) convert to preset profiles for iOS devices, Android devices, video editors, HD Media Players, game consoles, etc.

Step 5. Hit the “Convert” button to start the DVD to digital conversion. A two hour DVD typically needs twenty more minutes to be finished.