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Hi,
I'm stumbling through moving my blu-ray collection to my media center. For many of the movies the title which I need to rip is either the only long one or it is reasonably simple to work out. But for some I just don't know.

Unstoppable is a good example. It has 5 titles, all the same length with the same video and audio streams (600.mpls, 800.mpls, 801.mpls, 850.mpls and 851.mpls). All of the streams are associated with the same m2ts file (800.m2ts). The only difference is that some of the audio streams are hidden for 801.mpls and 851.mpls.

When I do DVD movies I always have the option of playing the movie and looking at the title number; but I havn't found a bluray player software which has this feature. How do you work out which title?

The tools I use are AnyDVDHD (to get the full disk decrypted on my hard drive) and DVDFab (to get the title I want on its own) and finally MediaTomb (to convert to a single mp4 file).
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I'm sure someone will offer up a better tutorial but in my experience you need a couple of more steps and software.

After ripping, you run BDInfo (I think) on the folder or disc, it will tell you what mts file makes up the movie.

You then load that mts file in TSRemux and Remux it to a single file.

I may have some names or extensions wrong but that should be the gest of it.
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I use Clown_BD to select the movie track and audio I want then rip to disk. This is the easiest ripping method I've found so far.

This program is available at the SlySoft forum in the High-Definition-Software thread.

Now they have a Clown_BD version that includes a movie player (window) so you can select a track and see what is on it. I think this version is really intended/developed so that you can choice the final rip size (to burn to a disk) But the built-in player may help you find the right track.
I still prefer the original version since I only rip to hard drives.
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I use Clown_BD to select the movie track and audio I want then rip to disk. This is the easiest ripping method I've found so far.

This program is available at the SlySoft forum in the High-Definition-Software thread.

Now they have a Clown_BD version that includes a movie player (window) so you can select a track and see what is on it. I think this version is really intended/developed so that you can choice the final rip size (to burn to a disk) But the built-in player may help you find the right track.
I still prefer the original version since I only rip to hard drives.
I think his issue is, he doesn't know what the movie file is.
Some movies, (i.e Iron Man 2) don't list the movie as a single file.
They put it into a "mts" file that contains all the mkv information.

That is why you have to demux it back into a single file.

Maybe Clown_BD does this, never heard of it.
I just use VLC to preview the movie files.
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Clown_BD will list all of the movie titles on the disc, but it won't tell you specifically what each one is. Sometimes you have to rip them by trial and error to see whichone is the main movie title. Some titles may be alternate versions or simply the director's commentary overlaid on the movie. If the titles are all the same length, this is pretty much the only method I'm aware of to select the one you want. I usually get the right title about 95% of the time on the first try, but occasionally there are a few that require multiple rips to get the right one.
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MakeMKV solves this for me. I never figured out an easy way to do it with DVDFab. MKVs work for me, and if I need the whole disc instead of just the movie file, I get it off the shelf.
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If the titles are all the same length, this is pretty much the only method I'm aware of to select the one you want. I usually get the right title about 95% of the time on the first try, but occasionally there are a few that require multiple rips to get the right one.

Well, my method is 100%, it just takes some extra steps.
I'll have to look for this Clown program and give it a try.
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Thanks for the help. I am familair with ClownBD and the other methods. I havn't used ClownBD for a while though; an in-built player would be useful.

I'll give it a try and see how I go.
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I always choose the biggest file with make mkv
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I always choose the biggest file with make mkv

Selecting the largest m2ts file doesn't always work. An example would be Rango which has several m2ts files that around about 4 gb each. These need to be played in a particular order in order for it to work.
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't you lone and use the OSD to identify the titleset like you can with DVD titles?


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I just select "Main Movie" in DVDFab, it always works. Does this not work with all discs?

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