[How To] Decrypt 3D Blu-ray to 2D Video for Playback on Desktop Players

Is it possible to decrypt 3D Blu-ray to general 2D video and play it on standard video players, such as Windows Media Player, VLC, KMPlayer, MPlayer, DAPlayer, etc.? The answer is Yes as you have an ideal Blu-ray decrypter, like WinX Blu-ray Decrypter.

WinX Blu-ray Decrypter is professional Blu-ray backup software which supports decrypting 3D Blu-ray movie to 2D video with ease. It supports Blu-ray DTS/E-AC3 and MLP/TrueHD Audio System so it preserves original audio/video effect in 3D Blu-ray. Besides, by now, it decrypts even the latest AACS MKB v25 or AACS bus encryption. So, it’s not exaggerated to say, WinX Blu-ray Decrypter is the most up-to-date Blu-ray decrypting program.

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This tutorial will guide you to backup 3D Blu-ray on computer as 2D videos using this Blu-rau decrypter.

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How to Decrypt 3D Blu-ray to 2D Video with WinX Blu-ray Decrypter

This Blu-ray decrypter provides two 3D Blu-ray conversion modes: Title mode and Full Disc mode. You can either decrypt 3D Blu-ray to 2D video file or transform 3D Blu-ray to 2D Blu-ray folder

Step 1: Choose the target mode between Full Disc Mode and Title Mode.

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

Step 2: 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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