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post #1 of 8 Old 03-23-2013, 08:14 AM - Thread Starter
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Hey :-)

Does TsMuxseR GUI can demux 3d bluray nornally? i mean an iso 3d bluray, original...
i want to remux it to have 1 mkv file then a whole folder + delete any other lang and add subtitle that doesn't come with it
if not - there is a way to remux it?
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You'd have to have a decrypt program like AnyDVD-HD running then use TsMuxer to demux and strip out all the streams from the disc then remux with TsMuxer to mkv.
If the disc has seamless branching- then it's a bit more difficult...

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You'd have to have a decrypt program like AnyDVD-HD running then use TsMuxer to demux and strip out all the streams from the disc then remux with TsMuxer to mkv.
If the disc has seamless branching- then it's a bit more difficult...

It's already on my computer, so i don't need AnyDVD-HD.
TsMuxer also support 3D? it's SSIF you know
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2D or 3D It's a .ts file right?
Have you examined the folders of the ISO with Power ISO or a similar program?

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for 3d is ssif and for 2d is m2ts if im not wrong
i just extract the iso and then played it with TotalMedia Theatre 6
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I believe that MakeMKV can do what you want...
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What is the difference between remuxing it with MakeMkv to TsMuxseR+mkvtoolnix+bdinfo

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What is the difference between remuxing it with MakeMkv to TsMuxseR+mkvtoolnix+bdinfo

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Simplicity and ease of use...
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