Update: DVDFab HD Decrypter no longer supports ripping Blu-ray Discs. If you would like to rip or copy a Blu-ray Disc. You will need to use AnyDVD HD. You can download a free 30 day trial of AnyDVD HD from here.
DVDFab HD Decrypter guide
DVD Fab HD Decrypter is an easy to use, freeware program that allows you to backup DVD’s, HD DVD’s and Blu-ray Discs. We decided to make a quick guide to show you just how easy it is to backup a Blu-ray Disc using DVD Fab HD Decrypter. We used an LG GGW-H10N Blu-ray/HD DVD drive in this guide, but any Blu-ray or HD DVD drive can be used with DVD Fab HD Decrypter. Thanks to zevia at CDFreaks for making this guide possible.
Step 1, launch the program
After launching DVD Fab HD Decrypter, you might be greeted with the following popup box.
If you are running AnyDVD or AnyDVD HD, you must disable and shutdown the program before continuing with DVD Fab HD Decrypter. Once you are ready, click the Ok button and the initial program screen will load.
Step 2, insert a Blu-ray Disc movie
Once you have the initial DVD Fab HD Decrypter screen up, it is time to put a Blu-ray Disc (or HD DVD or DVD) into your drive. In this example, “House of Flying Daggers” Blu-ray Disc was used. Notice the blue letters “BD” in the source box and the text “Blu-ray Disc” at the bottom of the screen.
Step 3, click the start button
After you click the start button, DVD Fab HD Decrypter will begin ripping your Blu-ray Disc to the hard drive. All of the m2ts movie files and other necessary files will be ripped to the destination.
Step 4, Click the finish button
In our example, DVD Fab HD Decrypter took 27 minutes and 49 seconds to rip the House of Flying Daggers Blu-ray disc to the hard drive (The LG GGW-H10N rips single layer Blu-ray Discs at 4x). This disc has approximately 25GB worth of data.
After you close DVD Fab HD Decrypter, you can verify that the mt2s files and other Blu-ray Disc movie directories are now present on your hard disk drive.
Now that you have your Blu-ray movie files ripped to your hard drive, you can play back the movie using a Blu-ray software player of your choice or burn the files to a blank BD-R or BD-RE.
After reading this quick guide, you can see that DVD Fab HD Decrypter is a very easy to use movie backup utility. Download it for free from DVDFab.