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Backup and Rip BD/DVD to Mac with Forced Subtitles

Postby daisy » Thu Jul 11, 2013 3:09 am

Backup and Rip BD/DVD to Mac with Forced Subtitles

Forced subtitles are common on DVD and Blu-rays to provide a better visual experience to display the characters when a foreign or alien language is spoken, a sign, flag or other text in the scene is in different language. So when enjoy a movie on your portable devices like iPad, iPhone 4, Android Phones, iPod, Zune HD, Archos, etc, you may like to get movies with forced subtitles so that you can enjoy the movie without unnecessary characters on screen.

Aunsoft BD/DVD Ripper (For Mac User: Aunsoft BD/DVD Ripper for Mac) can help you to rip forced subtitles to BD/DVD movies, and it plays smoothly. Here are the steps to rip BD/DVD movies to devices like iPad, iPhone 4, Android Phones, iPod, Zune HD, Archos, etc with forced subtitles.

Below is the comparison of the output video with and without subtitle using Aunsoft Blu-ray Ripper. It is about 01:01:00 to 01:04:00 from the Avatar movie, while Jake Sully is talking for the video record.


Below is the screenshot with forced subtitle when Moat is speaking alien language.


Step 1. Load BD/DVD movies to Aunsoft Blu-ray Ripper.
Click the BD/DVD Folder button to import BD/DVD movies, if you insert Blu-ray disc or DVD to BD/DVD Rom, or have BD files or DVD files on hard drive. The application will load the movies in a few seconds.

Step 2. Choose main title and forced subtitle.
The application displays the Blu-ray disc and DVD disc with titles and chapters. Make sure the checkbox for the main title is ticked and select the main title. Choose a subtitle from the Subtitle drop-down list, and play it on the real-time preview window on the left.


Tips: If the disc includes forced subtitle, the forced subtitle will be converted together with the general subtitle. If you only want to show the forced subtitle, please check the box “Only Show Forced Subtitle”.

Step 3. Choose output format for device.
Click the Format option and choose[size=1em] [/size]iPad > iPad Video H.264 (*.mp4) for your iPad, or iPhone 4 > iPhone 4H.264 720P Video (*.mp4) for iPhone 4 or Android Phone > HTC Legend MPEG-4 Video (*.mp4), Motorola Droid X MPEG-4 (*.mp4), etc for Android Phones. The application provides multiple profiles for you according to your devices.

Step 4. Rip BD/DVD with forced subtitle.
Click the convert button and start ripping BD/DVD to MP4 with forced subtitle.

Wait for a while, and you can enjoy movie with forced subtitle on iPad, iPhone 4, Android Phones, iPod, Zune HD, Archos, etc and share with families and friends.

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