Open Prof.Media from your launcher; hit the Blu-ray Copy tab or the Copy button on top of the 8 tabs to launch Blu-ray Copy.
Hit the Add Blu-ray/DVD button in the upper-left and there will be 3 options on the drop-down menu that follows:
1. Add from CD-ROM: Click this button to load the content of the Blu-ray/DVD disc that you’ve put in your disc drive.
2. Add from folder: Use this button to load Blu-ray/DVD folders to the program.
3. Add ISO file: Choose this option to add an ISO file to the program.
Alternatively, you can directly drag Blu-ray/DVD folders or ISO images to the program to import them to the program directly.
Typically a Blu-ray/DVD disc would contain more than one video. To help you quickly choose the videos, audio tracks and subtitles they need, the program provides you with 3 different copy modes, allowing you to choose different content to save to the copy.
1. Full Movie: Copies all the content in the disc.
2. Main Movie: Only contains the main movie, one audio track and one set of subtitles in the copy.
3. Custom Mode: Allows you to select multiple videos, audio tracks and subtitles freely for the copy.
After choosing Main Movie, you can reselect the subtitles and audio track for the copy from the subtitle list and audio list at the bottom of the left sidebar.
If you choose Custom Mode, you can check the videos, subtitles and audio tracks you need on the respective lists.
Click on the button in the bottom left-hand corner, on the following drop-down menu, select a disc format for the copy among BD50, BD25,DVD-9 and DVD-5.
Click the green Copy button in the upper-right and the program will display a sidebar on top of the video preview window. There are 3 options for copying Blu-ray/DVDs.
a. Check the Folder option to copy the Blu-ray/DVD disc in the disc drive to your hard drive as a Blu-ray/DVD folder. If this option is checked, set where to save the folder in the output path box under the Save to label.
b. Check the ISO file option to convert the Blu-ray/DVD content of your Blu-ray/DVD disc to an ISO file and store it on your hard drive. If you choose to go for this option, select a location for the output file in the output path box under Save to.
c. Check the third option next to ISO file to copy Blu-ray/DVD or burn ISO file to a blank disc in your disc drive. This option would allow you to perform directly disc to disc copying but it’ll require you to have a spare disc burner. After checking this option, click on it and select the right disc to copy source files to from the drop-down menu.
Enter a name for the Blu-ray/DVD folder or the ISO file in the Disc Label box and start copying the Blu-ray/DVD disc by clicking the Copy button at the bottom of the sidebar.
During the copying process, you can click the Cancel button in the bottom-right to stop and cancel it.