Aiseesoft Blu-ray Copy

Aiseesoft Blu-ray Copy



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Pedro Castro Senior editor

The following review written by one of the Software Informer contributors applies to version 6.3
Blu-ray is becoming increasingly popular because of the image quality it supports, thanks to its huge storage capacity. There are times when you may want to make copies of your Blu-ray discs to preserve them from scratches and other sorts of damages.
Aiseesoft Blu-ray Copy is a versatile application that can help you make copies of your BDs using different methods.
The program features a nice straightforward interface, in which most of the operations will only require selecting a source and a target. The tool supports either actual Blu-ray discs or BD folders. Various modes are available. Therefore, you can copy the whole disc to such targets as another disc, a BD folder or an ISO image file. You are also allowed to set the target size (BD-50 or BD-25) and the number of copies as well. In the main movie mode, the program displays available chapters and lets you select those you want to include in your copy. Similarly, you can also choose your preferred audio tracks and subtitles if available. The Clone mode lets you make an exact copy of your disc to either another disc or an ISO file. Finally, the Write Data mode allows you to burn Blu-ray disc from another disc or a BD folder. In addition, it also supports saving BD contents to an ISO image file.
All in all, Aiseesoft Blu-ray Copy provides various modes to copy BD contents. Be aware that its purpose is not to compose Blu-ray discs from scratch. Therefore, if you are looking for an application that lets you create BDs by adding standard files, you should look elsewhere.


  • It has a nice straightforward interface.
  • It supports various modes.
  • It lets you select an audio track or subtitles.
  • It supports creating ISO images.


  • Although the help file explains the procedures, it is not clear about the purposes of each mode.

Latest comments

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    Guest 12 months ago

    It should be good putting a date to the article. This will allow us to know that all this is too old and that Aiseesoft did stop Blu-ray copying.