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    How to Rip and Convert Blu-ray to WMA?

    Sothink Blu-ray Ripper, a professional and easy-to-use Blu-ray ripper software & Blu-ray audio extractor, provides various options when users consider ripping and converting Blu-ray audio, such as MP3, WMA, AAC, WAV, FLAC, etc. Among all these mainstream and commonly used audio formats, WMA uses lossless compression which doesn't lose information or degrade the quality of the digital audio file, definitely, it's the ideal choice for users pursue lossless quality.

    Next, I will guide you how to rip and convert Blu-ray to WMA with Sothink Blu-ray Ripper.


    Step 1: Run Sothink Blu-ray Ripper, and load the source Blu-ray

    Double click Sothink quick launcher you've successfully installed to run it, and choose Blu-ray Ripper from the welcome screen.


    Insert the source Blu-ray disc into the external Blu-ray drive, or load the source through the Add buttons or drag & drop it into the main UI for loading when it comes to be an ISO file or a folder.


    Step 2: Choose WMA, and select the output directory

    After the source Blu-ray is load in, move to the right pane and click the profile switcher to choose WMA from the Audio tab of Format part in Sothink's profile library. Then, select the titles, audio tracks and subtitles embedded in you want to output.


    For higher requests for the output audio, please move to the Advanced Settings. Here, you can select the sample rate, bit rate, channels, etc. you prefer from the options Sothink provides. After that, move to the lowest interface, and select the output directory at the Save to part.


    Step 3: Start to convert Blu-ray to WMA

    As you've set the output video to be what you like, you can take the last step. Only make one mouse click to trigger the Start button, the Blu-ray to WMA conversion is started immediately, and will be finished soon.


    That's all! Now listen to the output audio file to check the resulting quality, lossless, right?



    Note: A Blu-ray drive and Blu-ray decrypter may be needed to read and handle the copy-righted Blu-ray discs.

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