I have read through this thread, but i dont think i have quite found the answer im looking for.
I have a bluray rip (a bunch of .ts's) that i want to convert to mkv. I tried one of the parts using the first portion of the guide and it worked great. However, the outputted mkv was only about a gig less than the acual .ts.
I assume that there is a way to re-encode the .ts's so that the outputed .mkv is much smaller than the ts's right? Right now the .ts's total about 35 gigs. I would like to make my mkv approx 10 gigs (it can be a little more, but certainly less than 35GB's).
I want to preserve as much quality as possible and also keep the video 1080p (and of course the best audio). Does anyone have any suggestions on how to accomplish this?
Thanks very much for your time.