BDmate User Guide


BDmate has the powerful ability of ripping and backing up movies in forms of Blu-ray Disc, Folder, and ISO Image file in 6X Faster Speed. By using this production, you can easily rip and convert Blu-ray movie files to optimum format for personal use in iPhone, iPad, Android, VR, TV, game consoles, editors, online websites, etc. Download and install BDmate on your PC computer and you can know how to rip, copy, play, edit and share Blu-ray video files by following these steps.

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Brief Introduction

Part 1: Trial Version vs. Full Version

BDmate is available both in paid and trial version.


Trial Version Limitations:

The trial version is provided free of cost while an upgrade to the full version requires payment of some fee. You can try out our software before making any investment.

Ripping limit: For the trial version users, you can only convert 1/3rd of the disc with the trial version.
Playing limit: There is a image watermark from Dimo that is added to your source Blu-ray for previewing with the trial version.
ISO Making limit:
Users can make ISO from folder or Blu-ray with only 3 times with the trial version.
No technical support provided:
For trial version users, no technical support is provided.

Full Version Benefits:

With full version of BDmate, you will enjoy the complete benefits include:

No ripping limit: You can rip any Blu-ray with no length limitation.
No playing limit: You can preview any Blu-ray with no watermark limitation.

No ISO Making limit: There is no limit on the number of times that you can make ISO.
Complete technical support: You will get the complete technical support and upgrade from Dimo for lifetime.

Part 2: User-interface

BDmate: Get Started



Rip Blu-ray

As a comprehensive Blu-ray to video converting program, BDmate could handle Blu-ray (disc/folder/ISO) contents. This Blu-ray Ripper could easily rip Blu-ray to video for saving in virtually any formats within only a few clicks. After converting Blu-ray, you can freely watch Blu-ray movies on various video players for on the move enjoyment. Besides Blu-ray converting, BDmate also features bonus popular and user-friendly specs: choose subtitles and audio tracks, edit videos, convert 2D Blu-ray to 3D videos, etc.

Now start to rip Blu-ray movies into the desired format:

Step 1: Launch BDmate

Download, install and open BDmate.

Step 2: Import Blu-ray to computer.

The next step is to import Blu-ray inserted to computer from Blu-ray drive and make the appropriate settings.

Step 3. Load Blu-ray to Software

To load Blu-ray movies, you can click "Add Blu-ray" icon at the top of the interface.

add Blu-ray file

Step 4: Choose output profile

Click the drop-down box to set profile for output videos. After entering the Profile panel, choose desired profile as output format.

wav format

Step 5: Edit Blu-ray (Optional)

You can customize output files with this Blu-ray Ripper by clicking "Edit". It allows you to customize videos in tabs: trim, crop, rotate, adjust effect, add text watermark, make 3D video, etc.

edit picture

Step 6: Custom your own output video

You could adjust the video and audio parameters of selected profile by clicking on "Settings" button. Parameters you could adjust include: video codec, video quality, video resolution, bit rate, aspect ratio, frame rate, audio codec, sample rate, channel, etc.


Step 7: Specify output folder

After all the above settings, the next step is to specify the output folder for the resultant file. You can either keep the default output folder or specify another one according to your requirement by clicking "...".

Step 8: Start ripping Blu-ray to digital files

The last step is to hit on "Start" to begin to converting Blu-ray movies to digital files you selected. The converting time relies on the size of your source Blu-ray movie.

Copy Blu-ray Title

Step 1: Load source Blu-ray

After starting BDmate, click the "Add Blu-ray" button to directly load Blu-ray disc from disc drive. After loading, you can select Subtitles and Audio tracks for each title, click on the thumbnail to preview source files, snap screenshots, etc.

add Blu-ray file

Step 2: Choose Copy Mode

Click "Format > Video" and "COPY TITLE" as output format.

Copy Blu-ray main title

Step 3. Set output directory

Set output directory to save the final results by clicking "...".

Step 4. Copy Blu-ray main title

Check the title you need to copy and click the "Start" button to start copying your selected Blu-ray title and you will get .mkv as output.

Backup Blu-ray to Folder

By choosing "Add Blu-ray > Copy Bluray Disc to Folder" , selecting your Blu-ray disc name, confirm and then click "Start", you are ale to backup Blu-ray to BDMV folder without quality loss.

backup Blu-ray to BDMV folder


Make ISO

BDmate allows the users to make ISO from Blu-ray directly.

a. Click "Make ISO" to locate your source BDMV folder.

b. Click on the "Start" button to start the Blu-ray to ISO backing up. It will take a few minutes to complete the process.

Start making ISO


Download online Movie/Music

If you want to download video and music files from the internet, you can copy the video/audio link and paste it onto the address bar.


Then hit "+" to start movie/video downloading from online sites like YouTube, Vimeo, Dailydream, Facebook, Twitter, Spotify, etc.

Edit Video

Trim video length

Click the "Edit" option to open "Video Editor" window.
After the files are successfully loaded in the program, hit the "Edit" icon to open a new video editing window.


Under "Trim" section, you can directly drag the slide bar and click "+" or "Add Trim Marker" to trim video length, or manually input values in "Start Time" and "End Time" box. The clip length can be viewed instantly. Reset it or click "OK" to confirm it.

trim video

If you need to trim multiple segments, choose another trim start time and end time, then use "Add Trim Marker" button again. You can modify the start time and the end time according. If any point of time, you are not happy with the trimming, you can use the delete button and set the trimming start point again. If you like to put these trimming segments in right order, click "Up" or "Down" button to do adjustment. To add this multiple trimming segments into one file, check "Merge" option, otherwise you will get splitted trimming files.

Adjust video size

Under "Adjust" button, click "Crop", directly drag the dot frame to crop video, or select Keep Aspect/Full Screen/16:9/4:3 to get your desired video size. Press "OK" to confirm it. Check "Apply to all" to apply this settings to all added Blu-ray movie files.


Also, the above four icon are used for flipping the video in various angles and rotate your source files. And you can check to activate and set contrast, saturation, brightness, etc. by directly dragging the progress bar to get the effect you need too.

Change video effect

Go to "Effect" section, directly drag the slides of "Denoise", "Vignette", "Glow", and "Deinterlace" for special video effect. Press "OK" to confirm it.

change effect

Add text watermark

Switch to "Watermark" section, enable the Watermark button to green, and then you are allowed text watermark. Left Margin, Top Margin, Image Size are adjustable. Press "OK" to confirm it.

Add text watermark

Apply 3D Effect

Under "3D" tab, and choose Red-blue/side-by-side(Left-right)/top-bottom effect to add to your 3D movies.



Cast Video to Devices/TVs

BDmate has a outstanding advantage. That is you can cast the converted video to your iPhone, iPad, Android Tablet/Phone, TV by the "Media Server" feature.

Step 1: Open BDMate

The first step is to install and launch BDmate.

Step 2: Choose "Media Server" and locate source files

Click on "Media Server" icon at the top of the interface and choose the source folder to locate by pressing "Browse...". Then click "Share". Your IP and Port will be detected automatically, and you will get a QR code.


Step 3: Scan the resulted OR code for sharing

Use your iPhone, iPad, Android phone/tablet to scan the QR code then you can play the video directly by clicking it from the playlist without needing to transfer the media to devices via USB. For TV users, you can write http://IP:PORT like "" (without quotation marks) to the address bar of your browser for sharing your media files.


Tip: Keep your device and PC in same network and don't close Dimo program during sharing.