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I'm not asking about ripping rentals. Redbox also sells discs at the kiosk. I wasn't sure if they were just getting rid of old rental discs or if they were new retail versions.
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After ripped to my NAS via Make MKV, I am not able to play back through XBox One (Synology media server). Do I need to perform extra steps during ripping or need to convert to mkv? Any app that can make the file easily readable via Xbox One?
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Start with https://handbrake.fr/ -- it will convert the BDMV rip from MakeMKV into a .mp4 file, and it has preset tunings available specifically for both the Xbox 360 and XBOne.

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Howdy, @nyauditor --

Start with https://handbrake.fr/ -- it will convert the BDMV rip from MakeMKV into a .mp4 file, and it has preset tunings available specifically for both the Xbox 360 and XBOne.


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After ripped to my NAS via Make MKV, I am not able to play back through XBox One (Synology media server). Do I need to perform extra steps during ripping or need to convert to mkv? Any app that can make the file easily readable via Xbox One?
Alternately from changing to MP4 you can use Emby Server which will transcode on the fly to whatever device you are playing the content on. If the device supports full 1:1 HD or even 4K then you get that. If it doesn't, you still get to view it on your xbone. You need some decent specs under the hood of the machine running the Emby Server to do the on the fly transcoding though. My Devil's Canyon Haswell i5 does quite well with this task and will also do WMC and extenders all at the same time.

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Ok, I'm driving myself crazy trying to remember the magic google phrase I used, but when I began researching ripping my collection a couple weeks back, I came across a db style list, either here or elsewhere, that was basically a compilation of which titles from a given disc contained the actual movie. Now that I have my NAS set up and have started the great ripping project, I can't for the life of me find that list again. Anyone familiar with it?

So far I've done pretty well, but have hit a few snags, most recently Deathly Hallows part 1. There are 4 "long" titles on the disc, 2 pairs of identical lengths. I'm guessing the longer ones are the maximum movie mode thing they did but I can't figure out which of the shorter two would be the right choice, or what the difference is between them. Google has been uncooperative in this particular quest.

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Ok, I'm driving myself crazy trying to remember the magic google phrase I used, but when I began researching ripping my collection a couple weeks back, I came across a db style list, either here or elsewhere, that was basically a compilation of which titles from a given disc contained the actual movie. Now that I have my NAS set up and have started the great ripping project, I can't for the life of me find that list again. Anyone familiar with it?

So far I've done pretty well, but have hit a few snags, most recently Deathly Hallows part 1. There are 4 "long" titles on the disc, 2 pairs of identical lengths. I'm guessing the longer ones are the maximum movie mode thing they did but I can't figure out which of the shorter two would be the right choice, or what the difference is between them. Google has been uncooperative in this particular quest.
If you're using ANYDVDHD see if the correct playlist appears when you open the program.

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If you're using ANYDVDHD see if the correct playlist appears when you open the program.
Makemkv in this case, though I ended up guessing right in terms of the movie in question. However, I still can't find the list I had stumbled across before that showed which title/playlist had what content. I'd swear it was on AVS, but no amount of pleading with Google will produce that particular search result again.

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Ok, I'm driving myself crazy trying to remember the magic google phrase I used, but when I began researching ripping my collection a couple weeks back, I came across a db style list, either here or elsewhere, that was basically a compilation of which titles from a given disc contained the actual movie.
Was it this?
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I"m rusty b/c I had a virtual machine with all my ripping tools, and I lost it (drive issue).

I had AnyDVD (Slysoft ver) HD, so I am trialing that again. I downloaded the MakeMKV demo and it seems like MakeMKV is complaining about AnyDVD... Maybe I'm not doing this right.

Before I had an old script that made calls to various apps and it was slick, but I can't seem to track that down. In the end I had a bunch of m2ts files, which Plex doesn't like anyways. Any suggestions to workflow, or point me in a direction?

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I"m rusty b/c I had a virtual machine with all my ripping tools, and I lost it (drive issue).

I had AnyDVD (Slysoft ver) HD, so I am trialing that again. I downloaded the MakeMKV demo and it seems like MakeMKV is complaining about AnyDVD... Maybe I'm not doing this right.

Before I had an old script that made calls to various apps and it was slick, but I can't seem to track that down. In the end I had a bunch of m2ts files, which Plex doesn't like anyways. Any suggestions to workflow, or point me in a direction?
MakeMKV doesn't require AnyDVD to be present; I think the complaint is just a warning.

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So what do people use AnyDVD with these days?

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I don't understand the question. AnyDVD (HD) is used for ripping discs. You don't use it "with" anything.

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MakeMKV doesn't require AnyDVD to be present; I think the complaint is just a warning.

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That pops up but I've always ignored it and never had any negative effects with any rips I've done.
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Was it this?
No, I kept coming across that in my repeat searching. It was similar, but rather than specs, it had playlist/title info on it. So for X Blu Ray Title 1, MPLS 800,801 contained English Theatrical Release, Title 3 MPLS 802 had Directors cut, and so on. I'm seriously beginning to think I hallucinated it at this point. If not, we need one. Would make life easy for the weird discs, or the Disney style where they use a separate title for Spanish version or the like (Force Awakens and Rogue One).

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I found this guide on how to do it, if that helps you at all.
http://www.mediasmartserver.net/2011...ain-movie-rip/
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Handbrake has many presets. I start with the H.265 1080p30. And then the only thing I change is the video tab. Video codec is h.265. Framerate is same as source with variable framerate checked. Encoder preset at medium. Encoder tune: none, encoder profile: auto
Constant quality I have at 18 for the stuff I care about. I'll change it to 20 or even 22 for DVD's or animation. Sometimes comedies. But mostly it stays at 18.

Set the destination wherever you want it saved and what you want it saved as. I save mine in the drive I rip to. Upon completion I make sure all is well with the file before deleting the original and moving it over to my movie storage.

On the audio tab I leave codec as auto passthru. This just takes the HD audio track I rip in makemkv and adds it to the final MKV untouched.

Next is the subtitles tab. I have makemkv rip english forced subtitles ONLY. If there is one you'll see it here. If there isn't one then you won't see it here. If it does show up then I check burn in. It becomes part of the image and you don't have to deal with compatibility issues with subtitle files.

I save all that as my default so I don't have to set it up every time.

There's a ton of other settings you can tweak but I find these result in a file that is identical to the original. I compare frame by frame on a color turned 34" monitor and I watch the files on a 145" 1080p projector as well as a 65" OLED. I can also compare streams on my nvidia shield tv to my oppo 203(streaming on both) or compare disc playback on the oppo to my nvidia shield and just flip between inputs. I did a lot of work to come up with settings that I feel are perfect.
Hi I realize every disk will be different but what would your average rip come out to in GB's with these settings ?
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Hi I realize every disk will be different but what would your average rip come out to in GB's with these settings ?
5-10GB. Retaining the HD audio track.

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I don't understand the question. AnyDVD (HD) is used for ripping discs. You don't use it "with" anything.

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I guess what I'm remembering is adjunct software that I used with AnyDVD to redo that audio tracks, so I retained very specific audio tracks/formats.

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I guess what I'm remembering is adjunct software that I used with AnyDVD to redo that audio tracks, so I retained very specific audio tracks/formats.
Maybe ClownBD?

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As mentioned in the guide linked above (10905).
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I didn't use ClownBD but using that as a search parameter with my username, I found my old workflow on another forum circa 2009. Thanks for helping me with my thought process. I'm sure my old workflow is obsolete, but it helps me to get a fresh start with current tools.

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ToNMT really simplifies the workflow if you don't mind using windows. This is true for Blu-ray and HD DVD.

I let Anydvd HD scan and decrypt the disk. I then use ToNMT to create my single *.m2ts file with only the video and audio I want, plus subtitles (and chapter markers for HD DVD). I've done over 100 Blu-ray and HD DVDs this way flawlessly.

I don't bother to rip the video and then run it thru ToNMT so that saves a step. Also, I have the preferences in ToNMT set to always ensure SD audio and I convert to AC3 5.1.

From there you can do what you wish with Handbrake.

Edit: With HD DVDs, always work from the TrueHD audio stream when it's available (vs. the E-AC3). It's much quicker... unless you desire to pass the E-AC3 stream straight through unmodified...

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I'm sure my old workflow is obsolete, but it helps me to get a fresh start with current tools.
If an old BD ripping workflow is familiar and still works for you, there is no pressing need to change it. I am using exactly the same workflow for ripping BD's that I established after ripping my first half dozen over 7 years ago.

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