You want to copy Blu-ray movie discs but find you can not do so. Also, it makes sense to backup your Blu-ray discs for personal use as long as you do not redistribute copies. So how to remove copy protections of your Blu-ray discs?
- Download and install 'AnyDVD'. Please follow the install tips to restart your system before you use it.
Click 'Yes' button to restart your computer.
- After restart of system, a windows popup, click 'Continue' to enter trial mode.
- AnyDVD will run backgroundly in the taskbar.
Right click its icon, be sure 'Enagle AnyDVD' is checked. Then click 'Settings...' menu to enter AnyDVD option panel.
- Click 'Video Blu-ray' item from the left panel to setup options related to Blu-ray.
- You should enable the 'Enable Blu-ray support' option.
- Click 'OK' button to save settings and you will receive a prompt window which tell you setting change will be lost after program exit. Just click 'OK' button to continue.
- Now you can insert your Blu-ray discs into Blu-ray driver. AnyDVD will work backgroundly and automatically remove copy proctections from your Blu-ray discs.
Please keep AnyDVD in the lastest version to ensure removing new copy protections.
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