Converting TV Box Set Blu-ray/DVD to MKV Episodes 

Summary: Here teaches you how to convert TV Box Set Blu-ray/DVD to MKV Episodes with Pavtube ByteCopy. 

There are many TV shows that attract lots of fans, like the bloody show Hannibal. It's likely that you also have some Blu-ray/DVD TV series box sets, no matter you purchase them or rent them. To protect your precious Blu-ray/DVD box sets from dust or damage, you will come the idea to make a digital version of your TV series boxset to MKV file keeping the original quality then store on your local hard drive. 

However, the biggest issue with TV Series Boxsets is that it is not particular user friendly with episodes spanning across multiple discs. The best way is to rip each episode individually, especially considering that most front ends have nice interface to manage TV shows. So how to convert your TV Box Set Blu-ray/DVD to MKV Episodes?

Lets take a look at a popular software out there that can be used to create individual episodes, with a focus on mkv.Pavtube ByteCopy This is a great program that can be used to create MKVs from Blu Ray/DVDsTV Box set. It allows you to make a lossless Multi-track MKV copy from original Blu-ray/DVD TV series box sets with all the subtitle languages, audio tracks, menus and chapter information well preserved.Besides, it also can automatically select the main title from all loaded titles so that you only have the main title of TV series converted. (review)

Of course, you are also given the chance to encode Blu-ray/DVD TV series to other popular file formats or device and program preset profile formats for playing on computers, smartphones, tablets, game consoles, smart tvs, etc.

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How to convert TV Box Set Blu-ray/DVD to MKV Episodes?

Step 1. Add TV Box Set Blu-ray/DVD 

Click “File” and “Load from disc” to add TV Box Set Blu-ray/DVD you want to convert. You can see the title list on the interface. 

Step 2. Choose lossless MKV as output

To preserve lossless video quality, lossless multi-track MKV will be a perfect output video format. Click the format bar to follow “Multi-track Video” > “Lossless/encoded Multi-track MKV (*.mkv)” which well preserves chapter markers and multiple subtitles/audio tracks. 

Step 3. Start rip TV Box Set Blu-ray/DVD to MKV 

Click the button “Convert” on bottom right to get down to convert TV Box Set Blu-ray/DVD to MKV with original video quality. 

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