Longo Blu-ray Copy is an ultra-simplistic piece of software designed to help you create backups for your Blu-ray discs, by copying files on the computer or compiling them into ISO images. It is loaded with an intuitive set of options that even first-time users can tinker with.
The setup procedure takes minimal time and effort to finish. As far as the interface goes, Longo Blu-ray Copy is wrapped in a small window with a clear-cut structure, where you can get started by pointing out the BD movie drive, whether it's a physical disc or mounted image. In case it's already inserted into the PC, it will be automatically shown in a drop-down menu.
All you have to do is select the target between local folder or ISO image, ask the app to copy the full disc, main movie, or main movie to BD25, as well as specify a disc label. The process is started with the click of a button and it may take a while to finish, depending on the size of the movie and performance of the computer.
It is possible to modify the default temporary folder, ask Longo Blu-ray Copy to delete temporary files after copying them, enable sound events and pick a preferred audio track, check the IDE transfer mode, and set the PC to automatically power off on task completion. As for the burner, the tool can ignore read errors, let you choose the burning speed, eject the disc when finished, overwrite RW media automatically, as well as use ImgBurn or the internal burning engine.
The app runs on a decent amount of CPU and RAM, so it shouldn't hamper system performance. It worked smoothly in our tests, without triggering Windows to hang, crash or pop up error messages. Thanks to its standard and advanced settings alike, Longo Blu-ray Copy should please most users looking to back up Blu-ray movies.