Hey there As my first post, I thought I would provide something that you may find useful, especially for our newer members / visitors that may not be entirely clued up on the art of copying a Blu-ray title. There may be other guides available, but I intend to go very deep into the process step-by-step to make it easier for people to follow. I have seen in the past with some other guides that the information is there but they end up stuck, especially with things like settings and knowing basically what to do when they hit certain brick walls. Some other people may also find the quality isn't what they expected after waiting a long time for an encode to finish. This guide will hopefully prevent this. This guide has no preference to any particular type of Blu-ray you want to copy. Please obey the laws within your country; some countries allow you to back up a previously-purchased retail movie for your own use, while others forbid this. Please seek legal advice if you are not sure on the rules surrounding this. In no way do I support piracy; this guide is aimed at legally backing up your own purchased content. In this guide I'll be showing you how to copy a Blu-ray title into an MKV file with good video and sound quality, chapters, subtitles and more. The end result will be an MKV file of around 8-11GB in size, with subtitles (if required), additional audio streams (if required) and chapters. The audio will vary based on your preference; check further in the guide for this.