With the advanced Blu-ray decryption and conversion technology, Leawo Blu-ray Ripper is surely worth your choice to convert Blu-ray to MKV, MP4, AVI, and any other video formats to play and watch Blu-ray in MKV videos on your own portable players. This Blu-ray to MKV converter supports to rip all latest Blu-ray movies released and provides an easy course to convert Blu-ray to various media player hardware like iPod, PSP, Zune, Archos, etc. Besides the ability to rip and convert Blu-ray to MKV videos, this Blu-ray to MKV converter also allows you to convert 2D Blu-ray to MKV 3D videos and edit Blu-ray videos before you convert Blu-ray to MKV videos. For Mac users, Leawo Blu-ray Ripper for Mac is your best choice to rip Blu-ray to MKV on Mac.
Load source Blu-ray content
Start the Blu-ray to MKV converter and load source Blu-ray discs or folders to this program for converting.
Choose HD video format as output profile
Click Profile frame (Mac users click the icon before 3D) to enter Profile panel to select MKV as output profile.
MKV parameters are changeable in settings button after Profile frame (Mac users click "+" button to enter settings panel): codec, quality, video size, aspect ratio, bit rate, frame rate, etc.
Convert Blu-ray to MKV videos
Click convert button to start to convert Blu-ray to MKV videos. After the conversion, you can transfer Blu-ray to MKV player and watch Blu-ray in MKV videos.
- This Blu-ray Ripper could rip and convert Blu-ray to video in both standard and HD video file formats for almost all popular devices, while sharing the same guide as converting Blu-ray to MKV.
- User-friendly video editing features like adjusting video effects and adding watermarks are available for changing. Click how to edit Blu-ray or how to edit Blu-ray on Mac for detailed information.
MKV stands for "Matroska Video". Matroska is an open and free container file format, capable of holding unlimited number of video, audio and subtitile tracks, along with any metadata. Practically this means that it is possible to put entire movie with multiple sound and subtitle tracks, chapters information and movie thumbnail into single file. Now, most 3D-enabled devices supports MKV video playback.