Blu-ray discs are currently still high-cost gadgets for people’s daily digital entertainment. Also, just like DVD discs, Blu-ray discs are quite fragile and easy to get damaged like scratches, breakages, stains, etc. In such cases, copy Blu-ray discs lets you get a backup of Blu-ray movies, onto either computer disk or blank Blu-ray disc. You no longer need to worry about damaging your precious Blu-ray discs. There’re various ways for you to copy and backup Blu-ray discs. If you’re looking for a way or a 1-click Blu-ray copy software app that could copy Blu-ray discs in 1:1, no quality loss and disc compression neither, this place is where you should stop to focus and read on.
As the name of “1:1 disc to disc Blu-ray copy” suggests, it means that during disc to disc Blu-ray copy process, there’s no disc compression and quality loss. All things, including surrounding sound, multilingual, chapter points and menu navigation, in original Blu-ray supplements are fully copied to the new target blank Blu-ray disc. In short, all content in Blu-ray disc A is copied, transferred and then stored in a blank writable Blu-ray disc B.
It’s quite easy to learn that to realize 1:1 Blu-ray copy, several things are needed: original Blu-ray movie disc, target blank writable Blu-ray disc, a computer with Blu-ray drive recorder, and 1click Blu-ray copy software to copy Blu-ray discs on computer. If possible, 2 Blu-ray drives connected to the same computer would greatly save time as direct disc-to-disc Blu-ray backup is feasible. If only 1 Blu-ray drive is connected to computer, the disc to disc copy process could be a little bit complicated as it would go in disc-ISO-disc style, which means the Blu-ray disc needs firstly to be copied into a Blu-ray ISO image file (an ISO image file is a complete copy of an optical disc, including everything original optical disc gets), and then the generated Blu-ray ISO image file is burned to target blank Blu-ray disc to finish 1:1 Blu-ray copy process.
As mentioned above, to make 1:1 Blu-ray copy, Blu-ray backup software is a must-have. It would be better that the Blu-ray backup software decrypts Blu-ray discs as there might be encrypted Blu-ray discs to backup. Check the below guide to learn how to copy Blu-ray discs and backup Blu-ray in 1:1 quality.
Leawo Blu-ray Copy is a 1click Blu-ray copy and backup software program that multiple advantages on backup Blu-ray discs, folders, and/or ISO image file without quality loss. It’s a Blu-ray backup software app, Blu-ray player app, Blu-ray disc decrypter, and Blu-ray compressor.
Insert original Blu-ray disc into the Blu-ray drive and then launch Leawo Blu-ray Copy on computer. Click the “Add Blu-ray/DVD” button to browse and add original Blu-ray disc into this 1 click Blu-ray copy software for backup Blu-ray. You could also click the inverted drop-down arrow button next to the “Add Blu-ray/DVD” button to directly select Blu-ray drive for importing.
Click the big green “Copy” button and then finish related burning settings on the popup sidebar. As you need a 1:1 disc to disc Blu-ray copy, you need to insert target blank writable Blu-ray disc into the other Blu-ray recorder drive of your computer (if your computer gets 2 Blu-ray drives) and then select the bank Blu-ray drive as target under “Copy to”. Don’t worry if you only have one Blu-ray recorder drive as you could firstly choose to create an ISO image file of original Blu-ray disc by selecting “ISO File” option under “Copy to” and then burn generated ISO Image File onto your blank Blu-ray disc with this Blu-ray backup software again. Also, set the other 2 options “Disc Label” and “Save to”. After these, click the bottom “Copy” button to start copying Blu-ray discs. After copying, the 1:1 disc to disc Blu-ray backup is finished.
If you firstly choose to copy Blu-ray disc to ISO file and then burn generated ISO file to blank Blu-ray disc, you need to continue to check the below steps:
Insert your target blank writable Blu-ray disc into the Blu-ray recorder drive. Launch Leawo Blu-ray Coy, click the inverted drop-down arrow next to the “Add Blu-ray/DVD” button and then click the “Add iso file” option to open the ISO file you just generated from your original Blu-ray disc. After loading generated ISO file, set blank Blu-ray drive as target in “Copy to” box on the popup “Add iso file” window and then click the “Burn” option to burn generated ISO file to Blu-ray disc.
To make it easy to understand, take a closer look at the below video demo to learn how to backup Blu-ray movies on PC.