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What is your intended goal for this software? A quick skim looked like it does basic transcoding, which other free apps like even vlc is capable of performing.

I did not see anywhere that showed it is capable of inputting .vob or .m2ts.

I'm looking to eventually convert my MKV rips into mp4s which I think this one will do. I'm just not sure if it'll output those same MKV rips into 1:1 blu ray rips as well.
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I'm looking to eventually convert my MKV rips into mp4s which I think this one will do.
MKV to MP4 is just a container change and you shouldn't need it in most cases; even portable devices have media players these days that can handle MKV files. Even if you did need this, there should be better options available.

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I'm just not sure if it'll output those same MKV rips into 1:1 blu ray rips as well.
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tsMuxer gives you full quality .mt2s using the time stamps.

I'm not getting audio out of my output clips - pretty sure I'm doing something stupid.

my source is my blu-ray rip mkv and I'm just trying to cut a 10s test clip.
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I'm looking to eventually convert my MKV rips into mp4s which I think this one will do. I'm just not sure if it'll output those same MKV rips into 1:1 blu ray rips as well.
My question is why?

Are you having device compatibility issues with the .mkv?

MP4BoxGUI will let you just remux into an .mp4 in just a few minutes as long as the streams are compliant:
http://www.videohelp.com/tools/My-MP4Box-GUI
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I'm looking to eventually convert my MKV rips into mp4s which I think this one will do. I'm just not sure if it'll output those same MKV rips into 1:1 blu ray rips as well.

In most cases you can just rename mkv to MP4 and it'll play just fine. Pretty sure that's all I did when my friend told me his PS3 didn't play mkv.
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In most cases you can just rename mkv to MP4 and it'll play just fine. Pretty sure that's all I did when my friend told me his PS3 didn't play mkv.
I can't believe that worked. I would never recommend that.

Are you sure that you weren't renaming an .m4v to .mp4?
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In all honesty I wouldn't go through the trouble... Mediabrowser 3 does this for you. If you use Mediabrowser then there is a simple guide to follow (probably takes five minutes once if you already have the audio format intro) that will do this seamlessly. What I love about it is that it does it for every single one of my films. I have a Dolby TrueHD intro and a DTS-HD intro. Mediabrowser determines which file to grab and when you start the movie it plays the audio intro first. You can also get it to do all sorts of other intros as well (I only do the audio intro). I have Mediabrowser 3 Classic coupled with WMC (MPC-HC/madVR) playing the files.
That sounds like an interesting set up. I am using local storage on my Dune Base 3, so that's why I was curious about merging streams together. I have used tsmxuer on a few test merges and it seems to work well. Even though the file size of the main movie somehow ended up being about 600 megs smaller after the merge. Not quite sure how that happens if there is no vide processing going on.
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MKV to MP4 is just a container change and you shouldn't need it in most cases; even portable devices have media players these days that can handle MKV files. Even if you did need this, there should be better options available.

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My question is why?

Are you having device compatibility issues with the .mkv?

MP4BoxGUI will let you just remux into an .mp4 in just a few minutes as long as the streams are compliant:
http://www.videohelp.com/tools/My-MP4Box-GUI

As a noob I'm just trying to learn and gain experience for the most part. I've already successfully converted most of my blu ray collection into mkv rips using MakeMKV. Next I want to convert those mkv rips back to blu ray rips and burn them back to blank blu ray discs for backup.

In regards to mp4, I just want to also learn how to convert my mkv rips to this format so I can easily compress and transfer them to my smartphone, tablet and computer.
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That sounds like an interesting set up. I am using local storage on my Dune Base 3, so that's why I was curious about merging streams together. I have used tsmxuer on a few test merges and it seems to work well. Even though the file size of the main movie somehow ended up being about 600 megs smaller after the merge. Not quite sure how that happens if there is no vide processing going on.
It's a great set up indeed. MB3 allows transcoding to many many devices. I mainly use WMC and Roku. Of course WMC direct plays and there is transcoding involved for Roku. Amazon Fire will eventually support it. The folks over at Mediabrowser have done some pretty incredible things.

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As a noob I'm just trying to learn and gain experience for the most part. I've already successfully converted most of my blu ray collection into mkv rips using MakeMKV. Next I want to convert those mkv rips back to blu ray rips and burn them back to blank blu ray discs for backup.
First off, you can simply burn an MKV (or multiple MKV) to a BD-R as a data disk using ImgBurn and just about any modern BD player will recognize it and present you with a menu of the MKV titles on the disk to play directly. If you still want to convert the MKV to BDMV format, use Clown_BD. In the output screen check the box to make "Blu-ray". This will create the proper BDMV folder structure to burn to BD-R.

But I'm curious. If you have converted your Blu Ray collection to MKV, then your original BD disks are the backups to the MKV so why do you need to convert the MKV back to BDMV and burn them to BD-R?

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