Looking to find out an easy way to rip DVD with multiple audio tracks and subtitles? We have the best answer! In this post, we will introduce you to a one-stop solution to keep all the (or your desired) audio tracks and subtitles intact while backing up DVDs. Let’s get started!
Ripping DVDs into digital copies is no hard today. But when you add some requirements, say, rip DVD with menus and rip DVD with multiple audio tracks and subtitles, it could become a little complex if you didn’t choose the right program. I’ve seen many people complaining how troublesome it is to use more than one software to rip and convert DVD to MKV, MP4, etc. with multiple audio tracks and subtitles, for example, through MakeMKV (BD/DVD ripper) and Handbrake (video transcoder). And they are wondering if there’s a simpler way to do it. Well, fortunately, there is. You can now do all the DVD ripping and converting stuff with a single program called WonderFox DVD Ripper Pro. And it takes only three simple steps to get your DVD backed up with all the desired audio tracks and subtitles. I’ll show you the detailed tutorial on it to rip DVD to MKV with multiple subtitles and audio tracks in the next part. Read on!
Note: The most commonly used video formats that support multiple audio tracks and subtitles are MP4 and MKV. You can choose either one as the output format. I will rip the DVD to MKV with multiple audio/subtitles in the tutorial.
Insert your DVD into the computer ROM drive. Launch WonderFox DVD Ripper Pro and click on “DVD Disc” to select a Drive Letter.
After the DVD is loaded, the main title of the DVD will be automatically detected. And under the main title, click the audio track option to select the audio tracks you want to keep. Next, select your wanted subtitles in the subtitle drop-down lists.
On the right side of the workspace, hit the format image to choose MKV format under the Video section (you can select MP4 or any other format that supports multiple tracks). Then click “Run” to start the ripping process.
Tips: Before ripping, you can also change video parameters in the Settings, such as encoder, resolution, frame rate, and others. Or you can leave it as default. The program will Smart Fit the best settings for your output result.
That’s all for how to rip DVD with multiple audio tracks and subtitles. Hope you’ll find this article helpful. Thanks for reading!
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