Generally speaking, a commvercial Blu-ray disc do not always include one subtitle. When ripping Blu-ray movies, you may want to keep the right subtitles for foreign films so that you can better understand the movie. Then how to rip Blu-ray with the right subtitle? Here we go.

In fact, with the right program, you can easily get the work done. To rip Blu-ray movie with the subtitles you prefer, here EaseFab Windows Blu-ray Ripper is highly recommended to help your convert your Blu-ray movie to AVI, MP4, WMV, MKV, FLV, MOV, etc. with selected subtitles. In addition, 150+ video presets for portable media players like iPhone, iPad, iPod, HTC, PSP, Samsung, Archos, Zune, etc. are provided for your choice. Below is a guide on how to do a Blu-ray rip with desired subtitles.

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How to rip Blu-ray movies with subtitles

Step 1. Add Blu-ray movies

Insert the Blu-ray disc into your BD drive (necessary for ripping Blu-ray) and click Load Blu-ray to add the Blu-ray files to the program. All loaded files will be displayed on the left item bar. As you can see, you can preview them on the right and take snapshots of your favorite movie scenes.


Step 2. Set up main subtitle track

Put mouse on disc main title which is selected by default, and you are able to choose subtitle stream and audio track you prefer from drop-download list.


Step 3. Choose an output format

Next, click Profile and choose your desired format. As you can see, regular video formats like AVI, MP4, WMV, FLV, MKV, MOV, etc. are provided. Meanwhile, lots of video presets for portable devices like iPhone, iPad, iPod, etc. are offered to let you get videos with the best settings to fit your device.


Step 3. Start ripping

At last, click Convert to begin ripping your Blu-ray movies with the subtitles you like. When the conversion finishes, click Open to locate the destination folder and just enjoy your movies!

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