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Hey my friends

till now i have used this guide to remux a bluray
Now i have seen this guide
There is a difference between those 2 ways? they don't make the same result?
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i have made a test
Demux taken bluray with tsMuxerGUI.exe and the other with StaxRip_1.1.7.0_beta

Results with TsMuxer
00001.track_4352.dts size 2,671,588kb (2.54GB)
00001.track_4608.sup 20,715MB (20.2mb)
00001.track_4113.264 22,133,612kb (21.1gb)

StaxRip


Taken.2008.mkv 22,107,666kb (21.0GB)
Taken.2008 - ID4 - en-English_Master Audio.dtshd 2,671,588kb (2.54gb)
Taken.2008 - ID11 - en-English.sup 20,715kb (20.2mb)

Only difference i see is the video size, and other extenstion one time its dts and the other time is dtshd

what do you say ?
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Second rip with StaxRip, this time i've choosen video as H264
subtitle and audio were the same size.
TakenStaxRip.h264 Size 22,105,024KB
What should i choose? H264 OR MKV? what's the different?

Something is also wrong with the audio demux.
i have demuxed it also with HDDDVD/Bluray Stream Extractor v0.8.3771 (uses eac3to) selected this time dts and not dts-hd and got the same file size!
edit: i think i have got it. ones i tried to rip only the core, i got only 1gb file so it's fine i think
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Originally Posted by Efi Brenner View Post

i have made a test
Demux taken bluray with tsMuxerGUI.exe and the other with StaxRip_1.1.7.0_beta

Results with TsMuxer
00001.track_4352.dts size 2,671,588kb (2.54GB)
00001.track_4608.sup 20,715MB (20.2mb)
00001.track_4113.264 22,133,612kb (21.1gb)

StaxRip


Taken.2008.mkv 22,107,666kb (21.0GB)
Taken.2008 - ID4 - en-English_Master Audio.dtshd 2,671,588kb (2.54gb)
Taken.2008 - ID11 - en-English.sup 20,715kb (20.2mb)

Only difference i see is the video size, and other extenstion one time its dts and the other time is dtshd

what do you say ?

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Second rip with StaxRip, this time i've choosen video as H264
subtitle and audio were the same size.
TakenStaxRip.h264 Size 22,105,024KB
What should i choose? H264 OR MKV? what's the different?

Something is also wrong with the audio demux.
i have demuxed it also with HDDDVD/Bluray Stream Extractor v0.8.3771 (uses eac3to) selected this time dts and not dts-hd and got the same file size!
edit: i think i have got it. ones i tried to rip only the core, i got only 1gb file so it's fine i think


If the final result is a MKV that you want.. You are complicating things for no reason. Just us MakeMKV.
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If the final result is a MKV that you want.. You are complicating things for no reason. Just us MakeMKV.

makemkv didn't worked well. it created 2 different audio tracks. anyway it's cool... i have managed myself
about the mkv that doesnt mattar because its video only, its before you merge it into one mkv container
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makemkv didn't worked well. it created 2 different audio tracks.

No it doesn't, MakeMKV only takes whats on the disc, you have to de-select what audio tracks you do or do not want, MakeMKV also by default does not take HD audio so you must manually pick that.
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with Staxrip/tsMuxerGU ive got only 1 audio stream like it should be. its dts-hd.

after makemkv

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Uncheck the DTS 3/2 track and leave the DTS-HD track checked and you'll end up with one audio stream. It says you have 3 audio streams so expand the other titles below and make sure no other audio stream is checked.
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Uncheck the DTS 3/2 track and leave the DTS-HD track checked and you'll end up with one audio stream. It says you have 3 audio streams so expand the other titles below and make sure no other audio stream is checked.

Why when i remux it with staxrip/tsMuxerGU it doesn't ask me?
DTS-HD doesn't have the core inside? if i will play it on old amp that doesn't support dts-hd or in a regular speaker it won't work? it does.
I connect to my stereo speakers (harman kardon soundstick 2) and not to the amp, and it works even through its dts-hd
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