Description: A detailed guide to help you rip Blu-ray to iPhone 6 with multiple audio tracks, with the guide to help you play multi-track movie on iPhone via VLC.
Though the iPhone 5s and the iPhone 5c have only been available for a couple of months, rumors are gathering about its replacement, which should – if previous versions are anything to go by – be called the iPhone 6.
Here are probably the craziest rumors about Apple's iPhone 6:
However one thing for sure is that the new iPhone 6 will not be equipped a port for playing Blu-rays. I do not own a large Blu-ray collection but still have some discs to rip, like Girls on a Bicycle, Winter's Tale, Date and Sandwich, etc.
For this reason, we still get something to do if we want to enjoy Blu-ray movies on iPhone 6 at original quality with all the audio tracks.
One of my friends recommended Pavtube ByteCopy as the best Blu-ray to iPhone 6 Ripper; let's go on and see how it works.
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Rip Blu-ray movie to iPhone 6 with multiple audio tracks
Step 1. Launch ByteCopy and load disc
Click the "Load file(s)" icon to import Blu-ray disc (need an external Blu-ray drive), Blu-ray ISO image files and Blu-ray folder.
Step 2. Choose Multi-track MOV.
Click the "Format" drop-down list and choose "Multi-track Video>Multi-track MOV(*.mov)" for IOS devevices.
Step 3. Adjust settings (Optional)
Click "Format" to adjust video settings like video size, bitrate, frame rate, etc.
Switch to "Audio" tab, you can free choose wanted audio tracks and set the audio channel.
Step 4. Start conversion.
Back to main interface and click the big "Convert" to start converting Blu-ray to multi-track MOV for playback on IOS devices. After conversion, click "Open output folder" to quick locate the converted video.