Staxrip is certainly one of the best converting programs I have used, and it is among the tools I recommend to users for ripping a DVD. Of course it can also handle Blu-ray discs and it excels at this process too, giving you full control over your rip while still featuring a simple interface. In this article we will use Staxrip in order to rip a Blu-ray disc to an MKV file keeping the original DTS-HD audio. As you will see through the steps of this guide, you can also rip your Blu-ray in a rather large number of formats and containers supported by Staxrip.
How to rip Blu-ray to MKV with H264 video and DTS-HD audio using Staxrip
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