Backing up Blu-rays to hard drives is worthwhile as it provides a reliable way to store and access movies. Movie discs last a long time and have a low failure rate
, while having them stored on a hard drive or NAS box can be an absolute joy.
Additionally, a step-by-step guide on how to rip Blu-ray discs to a PC, including 4K UHD discs, is available
, as well as tips on how to back up Blu-ray movies in case of future scratches.
This article provides a step-by-step guide on how to rip Blu-ray discs to a PC, including 4K UHD discs. It explains how to find a Blu-ray drive, set up MakeMKV, and burn the discs to a PC. It also provides tips on how to back up Blu-ray movies in case of future scratches.
No Need to Stream: How to Rip Blu-ray Discs to Your PC
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Movie discs last a long time (as long as they’re not badly scratched; in comparison to humans, nearly forever, and with a very low failure rate. On the other hand, having your DVDs and Blu-rays stored on a hard drive or NAS box can be an absolute joy. Just click, play, and start watching.
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