Here is a brief guide to show you the correct way to get wanted audio tracks and subtitles when ripping Blu-ray or DVD.
â€œMy problem is very simple. When I want to copy directly the DVD or the Blu-ray disc, I choose my language: Italian.
But, although I CHOOSE MY LANGUAGE IN ITALIAN, the directly copy is still in English audio.
In other format like MKV/AVI, thereâ€™s no problem.
How can I fix itâ€?
Letâ€™s check below screenshot.
See the â€œSubtitlesâ€™ and â€œAudioâ€ box, both the two options are made for common one-track presets. The subtitles you choose will be burn into to video, which means you will not be able to turn off it when playback. Also you will be able to choose one audio track, thus only one audio in the ripped video.
As mentioned, the subtitles and audio track option only work with common presets. It wonâ€™t affect the output file if you choose â€œDirectly Copyâ€ or â€œMulti-track Videoâ€.
Directly Copy: itâ€™s a preset to let you copy out the main title or extras in a lossless format. If your disc is a blu-ray, it will copy out a *.m2ts files; and if you load a DVD, it will give you a *.vob file. Therefore, it will keep all the original audio tracks and subtitles, so that you can free choose wanted languages when watching.
Multi-track Video: thereâ€™re several presets under â€œMulti-track Videoâ€ column: MKV, MP4, AVI, MOV (and ProRes in Mac version only). All of these multi-track presets can let you free choose wanted audio tracks (can save all) before conversion by clicking â€œSettingsâ€ icon.
(choose wanted audio tracks)
FYI: Multi-track Video feature is only available in Pavtube ByteCopy (Win/Mac).