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post #1 of 2 Old 06-23-2013, 02:42 PM - Thread Starter
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I use Clown_BD to rip my blu rays to M2TS file structure. The Lord of the Rings EEs present a challenge because they are each split over two discs.

I've seen a number of threads on this topic, but they are all pretty dated and the advice is all over the place. I just want to merge the two streams together, without audio delay, preserving the subtitles and hopefully preserving chapters, too.

Have you successfully done this? If so, I'd appreciate advice on best software, steps, etc., or maybe just a link to the guide that worked for you.

Keep in mind, I'm really a novice at this, which is why I use Clown_BD to take the guesswork out. Thanks.
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The best thread for this sort of question is probably: http://www.avsforum.com/t/1336046/ripping-blu-rays-ii

I believe tsMuxeR will do what you want, but I haven't tried combining two M2TS files; it's free.

M2TS doesn't support chapters, does it? Or are ripping the whole structure, not just the M2TS files?

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