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Guide to Ripping Blu-ray Discs with Forced Subtitles

As we know, the major strong point of Blu-ray Disc is higher resolution(1,920 x 1,080) . That's the main reason why more and more people tend to get BDs instead of DVDs. If you've collected a pile of Blu-rays, you will find a way to get a movie onto your hard drive, and then you can do all kinds of other cool stuff with it: Transcode it into a different format so that it'll play on your tablet, smartphone or gaming console easily. Plus, when you get some Blu-ray movies with foreign languages(like Star Wars, Avatar), you probably will struggle finding an acceptable way of capturing forced subtitles on Blu-ray rips for better enjoyment.

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. Well, how to get Blu-ray movies with forced subtitles only so that you can enjoy the movie without unnecessary characters on screen? Below is a guide on how to do a Blu-ray backup with forced subtitles.

The quick workaround is to use Brorsoft Blu-ray Ripper, an easy-to-use yet professional Blu-ray ripping tool, to achieve your goal simply. It can allow users to create videos only with forced subtitles when ripping Blu-ray to MKV, AVI, MP4, MOV, M4V, WMV, etc, as you like. What's more, it supports a variety of multimedia devices including PS Vita, Apple TV, Kindle Fire HD, Nexus 10, Nook HD, Asus Transformer Pad Infinity TF700, Microsoft Surface tablet and more. Plus, this Blu-ray ripper can also help you to backup Blu-ray movies to hard drive remaining the original structure by using "Copy the entire disc" feature. If you are running on Mac, please turn to Brorsoft Blu-ray Ripper for Mac, which is an optimal tool for encoding Blu-ray movies to Mac OS X including Lion and Mountain Lion. Now download it and start the Blu-ray conversion with forced subtitles only.

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How to: Ripping Blu-ray with forced subtitles

Note: For Windows users, just follow the detailed guide to complete your conversion. The way to convert Blu-ray movies on Mac OS X is the same. Just make sure you've downloaded the right version.

Step 1: Add Blu-ray movies

Insert your disc to your Blu-ray drive, and launch the Blu-ray Ripper; click the disc button to import your Blu-ray movies to the program.

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Step 2. Choose showing forced subtitle

For showing subtitles for the foreign language parts and no subs for English parts, you can check the chapters you want to rip, and set Forced subtitles for each chapter follow this way: specify English in "Subtitle" pull-down list, and then check "forced subtitles" before converting. When "forced subtitles" is checked, the subtitles appear on the screen only when foreign languages (i.e. Francais) other than English are spoken.

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Step 3. Select output format

Tap Format bar and choose your desired format. As you see, regular video formats like AVI, MP4, WMV, FLV, MKV, MOV, etc. are provided. Besides, you can also find lots of optimized profiles for many popular portable media devices including Android devices like Nexus 7, Galaxy Tab, HTC, iDevices Apple TV, iPad and more.

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Step 4. Rip BD with forced subtitles

Click the convert button and start converting Blu-ray with forced subtitles. Once the conversion finished, you can get the ripped video with the forced subtitles as you wanted. And just share your movies with families and friends.

Tips:

If you are looking for a powerful all-in-one tool to convert videos, Blu-ray movies and DVDs to your Google Nexus 4, Google Nexus 10/7, Kindle Fire HD, Samsung Galaxy Note 2, Galaxy S3/S4, Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, Nook HD, Transformer Prime, etc at the same saving time and effort, the all-in-one Blu-ray Video Converter Ultimate program will be a nice choice for you. If you are running a Mac OS X computer, iMedia Converter Mac is the alternative.

Related Guides:
How to Rip Blu-ray to Android
How to Import Blu-ray movies to iTunes
How to Losslessly Backup Blu-ray Discs

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