I need some help, getting more confused the more I read.
I really like being able to view and manage my library via Media Browser, much easier than flipping disc etc.
I've been using MakeMKV and just picking a single audio track, highest quality, and the subtitles it suggests. But As I read more I'm wondering if I should change this process and start over, I've ripped 75 of my discs. Should I be using a different program? Should I be adding other audio tracks for compatibility if decided to stream to other TVs?
highest quality video and Audio
Ability to turn sub-titles on or off during play back
Future proof - I don't want to have to re-do it a year or two because something changed. IE: Oppo pulled the ability to play ISO rips.
Quality of the rip and ease of picking the movie, audio tracks and subs, is much more important than cost of the software to do it.
So what is the best software to use and what is the best output format with the easiest work flow? I'm probably asking the impossible.
Secondary question If decided to stream to TV other than the one with HTPC does this affect the choices?