We all find some funny, touching, or thought-provoking quotes while we watch movies. Here are a few examples.
“Norrington: You are, without doubt, the worst pirate I’ve heard of.
Jack Sparrow: But you have heard of me.”
– Quotes from Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl
“Jack Dawson: I’m not an idiot. I know how the world works. I’ve got ten bucks in my pocket, I have nothing to offer you, and I know that. I understand. But I’m too involved now. You jump, I jump, remember? I can’t turn away without knowing you’ll be alright. That’s all I want.”
– Quotes from Titanic
“Forrest Gump: My mama always said life was like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re going to get.”
– Quotes from Forrest Gump
How classic those movie lines are! If you have some movie DVDs with classic lines and you want to backup DVD collections in case that discs get damaged, don’t forget to keep desired audio and subtitle tracks so that you can savour those words and even pick up the best quotes, or learn foreign phrases. Well, how to rip DVD with subtitle/audio tracks?
Firstly, Figure out Everything You Need to Backup DVD
1. Take out the DVD(s) you want to backup. Ensure that there are no dust, fingerprints, or scratches.
2. Make sure you have a DVD drive. A built-in or an external DVD drive.
3. Check if you have enough space to store the backup files. It depends on which output format you choose. Full backup takes up space as much as the original DVD. Ripping the main movie only will save a lot of space.
4. Download and install a tool that can rip DVD and allow you to retain audio and subtitle tracks.
Open-source HandBrake is available to rip DVD with desired audio and subtitle track, but it cannot deal with copy-protected DVDs. Since almost all commercial DVDs are encrypted, HandBrake might be not a good choice.
We recommend you try WinX DVD Ripper, perfectly compatible with Windows and Mac. With this program, you can rip virtually all your own DVDs, even if they are region-locked and copyrighted, along with all or selected subtitle/audio tracks, or with forced subtitle only, or with subtitle disabled. If your movie doesn’t have subtitles or doesn’t have a desired subtitle track, you can download or create a subtitle track and add to your movie.
How to Backup DVD: A Quick Start Guide
Now, let’s open WinX DVD Ripper and see how to backup DVD with subtitle and audio tracks.
Step 1. Insert target DVD disc (both old and newly-released DVDs supported) into DVD drive, and load it into the DVD ripper by clicking DVD Disc button.
Step 2. Choose an output profile based on your own needs. It covers more than 350 presets, including popular video formats (MP4, AVI…), audio formats (MP3, AAC…), backup profiles (ISO image, VIDEO_TS folder, and MPEG), and device profiles (iPhone, iPad, Android, Xbox…).
Step 3. Go to the main movie title which should be already checked automatically, and choose desired language, audio track (e.g., AC3 [English] 6CH and AC3 [French] 6CH) and subtitle track (e.g., Track 1 [English], Track 2 [French], Subtitle Disabled, Forced Subtitle, Add External SRT).
If you select Forced Subtitle, Subtitle will show up only when the characters speak a foreign or alien language, or there is a sign, location, or other text in a scene which needs to be explained but cannot be translated in the localization or dubbing.
Click Add External SRT and then you will come to a new window where you can click the Add button to insert an external SRT subtitle track. You can download movie subtitles from websites such as opensubtitles.org for free, or create your own subtitles with a text editor or a dedicated subtitle generator.
Step 4. Hit RUN to begin ripping DVD with selected subtitle and audio tracks. This process won’t take you too much time, maybe a few minutes only, since you can enable Intel or NVIDIA powered GPU hardware acceleration or capitalize on multi-core CPU to speed ripping up.
Play DVD Rip File
Once you have done with DVD backup, you can transfer the DVD rip to target device for playback. It will play with the audio and subtitle tracks you chose before. If you have copied DVD to VIDEO_TS folder, ISO image, or a single MPEG file with all audio and subtitle tracks, you can open the DVD rip file with VLC media player, and then go to Audio menu to specify audio track and go to Subtitle menu to set subtitle.
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