Physical optical discs may encounter various accidents especially during house cleaning or moving. If you're a Blu-ray collector and want to keep your Blu-ray discs for longer time without being scratched, broken or lost, making a Blu-ray copy can help store Blu-ray video contents in a perfect condition. If you want to copy a Blu-ray on Mac without quality loss, you've come to the right place. In this article, we will show you the detailed guide on how to backup copy-protected Blu-ray on Mac OS X (Big Sur included) while maintaining the original quality.

Copy Blu-ray on Mac

If you want to rip and copy your DVDs, this process will work as well, but we'll focus on copying Blu-ray on Mac.

What You Need to Copy Protected Blu-rays on Mac

● Your Blu-ray discs.

● A USB Blu-ray disc drive. If your Mac came with any disc drive at all, it was probably a DVD drive. However, you'll need a Blu-ray reader in order to rip and copy your Blu-ray discs (obviously) on Macbook, Macbook Air, Mac Pro, Mac Mini, etc. An external goodBlu-ray drive can be purchased for as little as $25.

Note: If you want to backup 4K UHD Blu-rays on Mac, you'll need to get a 4K Blu-ray drive.

● A program to bypass the encryption on commercial Blu-rays for backup on Mac.. We'll be using EaseFab LosslessCopy for Mac in this guide, which is compatible with macOS Big Sur and lower. And it has a Windows version compatible with Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, etc.

LosslessCopy is an easy-to-use yet powerful program that can handle both homemade and store-bought Blu-ray and DVD discs. It can copy ANY Blu-ray including 2D/3D/UHD 4K Blu-rays to BDMV folder or single MKV/M2TS file at 1:1 ration in a few of clicks. It will also digitize Blu-rays to MP4 (H.264/HEVC), MOV, MKV, AVI, iPhone, Android, iTunes, iMovie without costing much time. Thanks to the cutting-edge GPU hardware acceleration tech, it can handle the compute-intensive Blu-ray copy task from CPU to expert GPU, 30X real time faster than before, up to 5 minutes to copy a full Blu-ray on Mac.

If you need to get a copy of encrypted Blu-ray on Mac, EaseFab LosslessCopy for Mac will never disappoint you. This Blu-ray ripping software adopts the latest and most advanced technologies, including but not limited to Passthrough, HEVC, 4K, etc., and will always keep updating to support the newest Blu-ray releases and devices. Now just download the right version according to your macOS system and follow the steps below to copy protected Blu-ray on Mac.

[Tutorial] How to Copy Blu-rays without Quality Loss on Mac

Step 1. Load the source Blu-ray.

Insert the Blu-ray disc into the external Blu-ray drive that have been connected to your Mac. Launch EaseFab LosslessCopy for Mac and then hit Load disc button to import the source Blu-ray. A couple of seconds later after loading Blu-ray, a list of all titles will be presented and main title will be selected automatically.

Load Source Blu-ray

Step 2. Choose output profile.

Today's 8TB and larger SSD is getting cheaper. It's not worth converting files to more efficient and space-saving formats in case of backing up your movie library. This is because re-encoding Blu-ray takes time and involves loss of quality. In this situation, you can choose "Copy the entire disc" to make a full title copy or select "Directly Copy" from "Copy" category to backup the main title in 1:1 ratio. Also you can choose "Lossless/encoded Multi-track MKV" from Multi-track Video category to backup Blu-ray to a lossless MKV file. This will keep the audio and image the same as original. And you can save Blu-ray library to your Mac hard drive for further use.

Lossless MKV Output

If you need to play the ripped Blu-ray movie on a mobile device, TV, or upload Blu-ray to Cloud storage, media server for easy access, you're recommended to select MP4, MOV, MKV or a device profile as the final output.

Copy Blu-ray to MP4, MOV on Mac

Step 3. Start copying Blu-ray on Mac.

Browse to set destination folder and hit Convert button to start Blu-ray copy process on Mac.