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The "easiest" thing would be to buy the blank disc that matches the movie and simply copy it one-for-one.
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How the hell can anyone in the US buy AndDvdHD? My us VISA is rejected and the other two options are bitcoin and paysafe...
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How the hell can anyone in the US buy AndDvdHD? My us VISA is rejected and the other two options are bitcoin and paysafe...
Send them an email, and see what they can do. I bought AnyDVD HD with my debit card, but I had to contact my bank regarding this issue, and they did something to my account so it wouldn't get rejected.

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How the hell can anyone in the US buy AndDvdHD? My us VISA is rejected and the other two options are bitcoin and paysafe...
Visa" is listed as an option. Try calling your CC company and ask why it was declined.
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How the hell can anyone in the US buy AndDvdHD? My us VISA is rejected and the other two options are bitcoin and paysafe...
I got a fraud call from my credit card bank when I tried to purchase. It was declined twice. I told them it was ok and was able to proceed with a new purchase.

I believe the location of the seller is considered rare and suspicious. Antigua? Gurnsey? Something odd.

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Thanks all. I'll have to call my CC company. Weird way to do business...

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It is the CC company's fraud protection, not anything Slysoft is doing.

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nm looks like others are having the same issue.

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Expendables 3

Redbox Rental of Expendables 3 has 271 playlists and DD 5.1 lossy audio. No Atmos.

Anyway the correct playlist is

179) 00594.mpls, 2:06:27
[508+504+520+513+515+514+509+510+507+505+516+517+50 1+518+502+506+503+519+512+511].m2ts
- Chapters, 16 chapters
- h264/AVC, 1080p24 /1.001 (16:9)
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- AC3, English, stereo, 48kHz
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converting & Burning to Blu ray disc ... confused.

First of all im new to the forum and this is my first post. Looking for some help to clear up confusion.

Firstly just to make everyone clear I Do NOT condone piracy at all. I'm just trying to back up my blu rays so that my 3 yr old doest scratch or damage the original

So i have been burning DVD and DL media for years but finally joined the blu ray club after buying a new 3d tv and 3d blu ray player panasonic bdt110 And samsung x6 speed blu ray burner.

My questions are this. :
1. If you had either a mkv , m2ts file etc how would I convert them to a format that my player can read from a disc? I've used tsmuxer to mux into both Avchd and bdmv file and burnt in imgburn but can't seem to get them to play back.

I've tried with a 1:1 rip using various programs that create .iso file and these still won't play on the player.

2. Once you convert a file into either avchd or bdmv structure. Why are most of the folders empty other than the stream folder and certificate folder, is that normal for a converted file.

3. When making a mvc mkv back up from a 3d movie. How would one convert back to a playable 3d blu ray disc. (Not sbs or ou format - a proper 3d format. )

The player is fine and checked with original discs so player not at fault. Only when a bd-r disc is inserted it loads then goes straight back to home screen with no messages or anything.

Programs I'm using are makeMKV tsmuxer and imgburn .

Been stuck trying to figure this out for days now.
Any help would be appreciated.

P's. My apologies if this has been covered before or even in the wrong category as I say I'm a newbie here.
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I've tried with a 1:1 rip using various programs that create .iso file and these still won't play on the player.
I suggest you start with the simplest thing and go one step at a time. Take an original single-layer Blu-ray disc, burn a copy onto a BD-R that will play back. After that you can get into the more complex stuff.

I specified single-layer because most BD-Rs are single layer with 25GB capacity. Copying a two-layer disc requires an extra step of recompressing the movie. Start with the simplest thing.

What are you using to decrypt the disc? AnyDVD HD is popular and works great for ripping to ISO, which can be reliably burned back to BD-R for playback. MakeMKV can decrypt but creates a MKV, and I'm not sure how to convert that back to a BD-ISO.

What is your goal? Discs that will play in your player? What about NAS or USB HDDs full of movies?
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Does anyone know which file to rip for Star Wars: Episode IV: A New Hope? No thread at makemkv's forums.

I am getting like 9 different files with the same amount of chapters. The only difference is a 1/10 of a GB and each file has an (angle #) beside it. For example, the first file that was checked by default had (angle 1) next to it. What does that even mean?

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