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Best way to copy Blu-ray for home collection

Hey guys. After doing some research, I realized that my MacBook pro will not output anything but 2 channel or 5.1 channel. I want to take advantage of dolby atmos on my blu rays. What could I use to do this? I was going to use J River and makemkv and copy to a hard drive. Thank you!

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Please use the existing ripping threads in the networking section.

http://afterconvert.com/forum/39-ne...ent-streaming/

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