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post #10891 of 10896 Old 08-09-2017, 07:01 PM
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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.
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