Guide: How to Backup Blu-ray to Computer by Removing All Blu-ray Protections

If you ever tried to backup Blu-ray to your computer, you will be familiar with the Blu-ray protections and encryption such as AACS, BD+, BD-live, UOPs, region codes, etc. It’s really headache to cope with them.

Luckily, the recent upgraded WinX Blu-ray Decrypter is able to do this. This article is going to show you the guide how to backup Blu-ray by removing the protections using this program.

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http://www.winxdvd.com/resource/backup-blu-ray-to-computer.htm

WinX Blu-ray Decrypter is an ideal Blu-ray to computer backup solution which supports all types of Blu-ray, like common Blu-ray disc, Disc BD-R and BD-RE, and is especially good at decrypting and backing up latest encrypted Blu-ray. It comes with 2 copy modes – Full Disc Mode and Title Mode. It allows you to backup Blu-ray to computer either as a folder or a M2TS file.

Click here to get more info about this program:
http://www.winxdvd.com/blu-ray-decrypter/

How to Backup Blu-ray to Computer?

In order to backup Blu-ray to your computer smoothly, you need to first download WinX Blu-ray Decrypter. Run it.

Choose the target mode between Full Disc Mode and Title Mode.

Note: Full Disc Mode refers to copying all content of Blu-ray to computer and save it as a folder; Title Mode refers to backing up Blu-ray to computer as M2TS video file with selected title.

If you need to copy main title, tick on the "Only Main Title" under "Title Mode".

Click "Run" to start the smooth decrypting and backup process then you can get a M2TS file or a Blu-ray folder in your computer.

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http://www.winxdvd.com/resource/backup-blu-ray-to-computer.htm

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