How to Copy DVD to MKV with Multiple Subtitles?

Want to rip DVDs to MKV with multiple video so that they can be played on PC or laptops with quality preserved and switch soundtracks and subs at will? Already have a Blu-ray ripper, how to transfer DVD to MKV with the Bluray to MKV converter?

Tips: It is inevitable the output videos will have some quality reduction if you change parameters regarding output. That is because converting DVD or Blu-ray discs to video formats is kind of lossy compression, but with Bluray to MKV converter, you can choose to convert BD/DVD to lossless MKV video files which keeping all the files and tracks of original disc.

This article guides you in converting DVD to MKV with multiple subtitles using Bluray to MKV converter.

Free Download Bluray to MKV Converter:

1.Insert your Blu-ray or DVD discs into your drive. Clickor “File” to import DVD files, please select “Load BD/DVD ROM” or “Load BD/DVD Folder”.

2.Click the DVD file just loaded to unfold all source info in the DVD movie. Check or uncheck audio and subtitle streams to retain preferred soundtracks and subs in output MKV files.

3.Clickto edit whole disc. Pick one from “Format”. To do lossless BD/DVD ripping, just choose “Lossless” in format and keep all audio tracks and subtitle streams. For playback on common computer media player, please choose “HD Player”, the rest options are for high definition devices.

4.Click “OK” to finish edit disc, get back to primary interface, set definition folder for output, then click img6 to start convert HD-DVD to MKV. After the conversion is finished, click “Open” button to get output MKV files.

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