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ByteCopy for Mac Review- An Alternative to Mac MakeMKV?

[b]Are you looking for MakeMKV Alternative for Mac to backup Blu-rays to various video formats on Mavericks 10.9 and Yosemite 10.10. This guide will give the answer.[/b]

[url=]MakeMKV for Mac[/url] has been considered as one of the best Mac Blu-ray Ripper apps. It converts the video clips from proprietary (and usually encrypted)DVD and Blu-ray disc into a set of MKV files, preserving most information but not changing it in any way. The MKV format can store multiple video/audio tracks with all meta-information and preserve chapters.

A most preferable feature of MakeMKV is fast conversion ĘC it converts as fast as your drive can read data, and takes about only 1 hour to copy a Blu-ray to Mac HDD comparing with 2-8 hours with other Mac Blu-ray rippers/transcoders. The MakeMKV for Mac, by any means, is a nice choice for BD ripping on Mac. Can we expect a more considerable Mac Blu-ray ripper than MakeMKV ?

Well, YES. The release of [b][url=]Pavtube ByteCopy for Mac[/url][/b] lets us see [b]alternative to MakeMKV for Mac[/b]- it has all the features MakeMKV has and does even more with less steps.

[b]Key Features of Pavtube ByteCopy for Mac[/b]

* Reads DVD and Blu-ray movies from disc, folder, and image file
* Deal with Blu-ray discs with latest versions of AACS and BD+ protections
* Bypasses Blu-ray/DVD copy-protections like CPRM, CPPM, RC, RCE, APS, UOPs, ARccOS, RipGuard, FluxDVD, CORE X2, etc
* Backups protected DVD and BD movie to lossless MKV files
* Preserves all video and audio tracks, including HD audio (TrueHD, DTS-MA)
* Keeps chapter markers and meta-information
* Transcodes VC-1 encoded Blu-ray contents to H.264 encoded MKV files
* Converts HD audio (TrueHD,DTS-MA) to more acceptable AC-3 and DTS 5.1 audio when it necessary.
* Copies BD/DVD as fast as your drive can read data when lossless output is selected.
* Rip Blu-ray/DVD to multi-trak MP4/MOV/AVI/Prores

Now you see the difference between MakeMKV for Mac and ByteCopy for Mac. MakeMKV does lossless Blu-ray/DVD to MKV backup only while ByteCopy not only copy BD/DVD to MKV, but also allows for transcoding. The best part is that it transcodes video stream, audio track and subtitle stream separately . You can keep original video quality and meanwhile convert the TrueHD audio to Dolby Digital 5.1 audio when/if your device does not support 7.1 channels, or shrink the BD contents to videos with lower bitrate to ensure they are played properly on a slow computer or older media player. Like MakeMKV, the ByteCopy is also easy of use. Converting a DVD/ Blu-ray Disc is a simple 3-step process. And you can make it a 2-step process by a settled preference.

Sounds even better than a [b]MakeMKV alternative[/b]? Go ahead to try it out then!

[url=]Download ByteCopy for Mac[/url]


[b]System Requirements FYI:[/b]

* 1G Hz or above Intel processor.
* Mac OS X (including Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard and v10.6 Snow Leopard ) on iMac, MacBook, Mac Pro, etc.
* 512 MB physical RAM (memory) or more.
* 1024*768 or higher resolution display.
* Optical Drive: DVD drive(an external BD drive is required for ripping blu-ray disc)

Learn more features of Pavtube ByteCopy for Mac [url=]here[/url].

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