Originally Posted by GusGus748s
ClownBD creates a M2TS file within the BR folder structure. So if it doesnt work, you can take the M2TS file out and rename it.
I do exactly that. I use Clown_BD to rip all my BD titles then rename the 0000.m2ts file and store it on my NAS for playback on my WD Live players. It always works. You can tell Clown_BD to just create the .m2ts file and skip the folder structure if you don't need/want it.
Alternatively, you can tell Clown_BD to create the folder structure and then package it as BD.iso with ImgBurn. The WD Live will play the BD.iso but all it does is play the .m2ts file and ignore the rest -- including the playlist which contains the chapter point information. This is useful if you have to accommodate a mixed player setup where the other player(s) can read the playlist and give you chapter support.
Finally, if you have the .m2ts file and later decide you want to turn it into folder structure with chapter points, you can just run it through TSmuxer and either input a text file with chapter point info or just let TSmuxer generate chapter points at a fixed interval. Some people may find 5 min chapter points to be a lot more useful than the ones originally on the disk.
This really is pretty easy.Edited by Kelson - 8/30/12 at 6:51am