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post #1861 of 2482
I have been using anydvd hd to backup my blu-rays. Its been working really well I have been doing full backups of 50gb disc. I have some 25gb discs that I want to use up. What would be the best way to shrink some movies that are around 35GB in size so I could fit them on a 25GB bd-r?? All my files are currently on an external hard drive. I want to keep the picture quality and hd audio. Would ripbot264 be a good option?? I am still really new with blu-ray. Thanks
post #1862 of 2482
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Originally Posted by freshane View Post

I have been using anydvd hd to backup my blu-rays. Its been working really well I have been doing full backups of 50gb disc. I have some 25gb discs that I want to use up. What would be the best way to shrink some movies that are around 35GB in size so I could fit them on a 25GB bd-r?? All my files are currently on an external hard drive. I want to keep the picture quality and hd audio. Would ripbot264 be a good option?? I am still really new with blu-ray. Thanks

Same here! But seems there is no ONE STEP PROCESS INCLUDING BOTH AUDIO/VIDEO?

I tried backing up 2010 SA, and Anydvd is not ripping it. Is there a patch needed to upgrade anydvd?
post #1863 of 2482
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Originally Posted by zoro View Post

Same here! But seems there is no ONE STEP PROCESS INCLUDING BOTH AUDIO/VIDEO?

I tried backing up 2010 SA, and Anydvd is not ripping it. Is there a patch needed to upgrade anydvd?

BD-Rebuilder is a one step process ....

http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=143716
post #1864 of 2482
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Originally Posted by Hef View Post

BD-Rebuilder is a one step process ....

http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=143716

thanks will check.
post #1865 of 2482
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Originally Posted by zoro View Post

tried backing up 2010 SA, and Anydvd is not ripping it. Is there a patch needed to upgrade anydvd?

AnyDVD is constantly UPgrading so NEW movies work

Forum : AnyDVD HD
post #1866 of 2482
Tried my 2nd burn today of a BD-R(posted my results of the 1st burn above). This time I took my copy of 300 copied the main M2TS file and then used tsmuxer to make a blu-ray disc with the video and the main english true-hd audio only. This time I got the verbatim bd-r I used to play perfectly all the way through but no audio on my PS3.

Does anyone know if I need to include any more tracks to get the PS3 to play the audio when I use Tsmuxer?

How about if I played the same disc on a stand alone player that supports bitstream?

Thanks for any help.
post #1867 of 2482
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Originally Posted by HDextreme View Post

Tried my 2nd burn today of a BD-R(posted my results of the 1st burn above). This time I took my copy of 300 copied the main M2TS file and then used tsmuxer to make a blu-ray disc with the video and the main english true-hd audio only. This time I got the verbatim bd-r I used to play perfectly all the way through but no audio on my PS3.

Does anyone know if I need to include any more tracks to get the PS3 to play the audio when I use Tsmuxer?

How about if I played the same disc on a stand alone player that supports bitstream?

Thanks for any help.

I think your problem can be in the way you worked with tsmuxer. You copied a file first and then created a blu-ray structure after that, but tsmuxer lets you choose the main movie and blu-ray output right away.
post #1868 of 2482
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Originally Posted by freshane View Post

All my files are currently on an external hard drive. I want to keep the picture quality and hd audio. Would ripbot264 be a good option?? I am still really new with blu-ray. Thanks

When other video converters don't work (specifically one's that operate on M2TS files), I have found RipBot to be a good alternative. You may have to transcode AGAIN (for audio/video format tweaks--like bit rates), but once you get the file converted to MP4, there are programs out there to do it. A 2-step conversion process is better than no process.
post #1869 of 2482
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Originally Posted by poiv3 View Post

I think your problem can be in the way you worked with tsmuxer. You copied a file first and then created a blu-ray structure after that, but tsmuxer lets you choose the main movie and blu-ray output right away.

I guess tsmuxer was the problem, I tried tsremux to create the blu-ray files and it worked perfectly. I played 300 bd-r all the way through with dolby trueHD.

After much research it seems like tsmuxer works with DTS and tsremux is good for dolby trueHD.
post #1870 of 2482
Make sure you have the latest version of tsMuxeR, there have been some recent updates, the last time I checked it was version 1.9.9.

Mike T
post #1871 of 2482
I would like, dts , dts hd, or true hd converted to pcm, that is ps3 compatible but none does it still, downgrading 1580mbps soundtrack to 640 sucks!
post #1872 of 2482
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Originally Posted by zoro View Post

I would like, dts , dts hd, or true hd converted to pcm, that is ps3 compatible but none does it still, downgrading 1580mbps soundtrack to 640 sucks!

While the solution isn't perfect, DD @640kbps hardly "sucks".
post #1873 of 2482
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Originally Posted by mtallent View Post

Make sure you have the latest version of tsMuxeR, there have been some recent updates, the last time I checked it was version 1.9.9.

Mike T

I thought I had the latest version but it looks like I don't. Do you know if the latest 1.9.9 fixes the dolby truehd problem?

Thanks
post #1874 of 2482
Cheapest place to buy 50G Blu-Ray blanks ?

Any one?
post #1875 of 2482
e-bay is ur best bet

frys having a sale on bd25gb disc for 45.00 15pack spindle
hurry up
i just got 4 of them
post #1876 of 2482
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Originally Posted by PeterTHX View Post

While the solution isn't perfect, DD @640kbps hardly "sucks".

I was talking relative! of course it is not 192kb/sec stereo lol
post #1877 of 2482
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Originally Posted by HDextreme View Post

I thought I had the latest version but it looks like I don't. Do you know if the latest 1.9.9 fixes the dolby truehd problem?

Thanks

I know it has been discussed on the Doom9 forum, but have not tried it myself. You now can select either AVCHD or Blu-Ray folder format.

Mike T
post #1878 of 2482
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Originally Posted by HDextreme View Post

I thought I had the latest version but it looks like I don't. Do you know if the latest 1.9.9 fixes the dolby truehd problem?

Thanks

its suppose to just find the last and replace it over the one in BD-RB ...
post #1879 of 2482
I downloaded some 1080p trailers from apple.com/trailers, I want to put them on a dvd and play them on a blu-ray player. I tried regular drag, drop, and burn but blu-ray players and even dvd players won't read it.

How do I burn .mov files on a dvd so that a blu-ray play can read them?
post #1880 of 2482
You might want to check out multiAVCHD. Someone had asked me how to author AVCHD, and it seemed that program worked for him in authoring trailers so they could be played on AVCHD compatible Blu-ray players. He mentioned an audio item that he had to figure out, but it seemed like the program worked for him. If you don't mind some encoding time you could also check out VideoStudio to author AVCHD, they offer a trial version.
post #1881 of 2482
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Originally Posted by Eraualex View Post

I downloaded some 1080p trailers from apple.com/trailers, I want to put them on a dvd and play them on a blu-ray player. I tried regular drag, drop, and burn but blu-ray players and even dvd players won't read it.

How do I burn .mov files on a dvd so that a blu-ray play can read them?

You need to make the proper folder structure for a AVCHD. Get tsMuxeR 1.9.9 free on Doom9.net forum. Select the AVCHD output and then burn the folders onto a DVD in UDF 2.5 format.

Mike T
post #1882 of 2482
While multiavchd is able to produce the right folder structure for a AVCDH disc title there are two considerations (at least)

Firstly you need software that can burn a title in UDF 2.5 format (Imgburn is a free one which is good)

You need compatible video format to be authored. I don't think mov format falls in that category so it would have to be transcoded to .m2ts format (I don't think multiavchd actually transcodes content at all). x264 come to mind but there are other tools also
post #1883 of 2482
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Originally Posted by mtallent View Post

You need to make the proper folder structure for a AVCHD. Get tsMuxeR 1.9.9 free on Doom9.net forum. Select the AVCHD output and then burn the folders onto a DVD in UDF 2.5 format.

Mike T

+1

I might add that IMGBURN is the only free software that I am aware of that will burn in the required UDF2.5 format.
post #1884 of 2482
I was thinking of buying the LG GBW-H20L. Is there a better bang for the buck internal drive? Also can I backup my blu-ray disc bit for bit identical to the original or is there a compromise?
post #1885 of 2482
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Originally Posted by Mark A Gonzalez View Post

LG GBW-H20L. Is there a better bang for the buck internal drive? Also can I backup my blu-ray disc bit for bit identical to the original or is there a compromise?

i have the earlier LG GGW-H20L = works like a charm (1yr now)
+ the GGW-H20L also reads HD-DVD (movies not yet BluRay)
NewEgg has OEM product now $160

NO compromises bit-->bit (aka= CLONE)
some loss in BPS == BD-R DL-->BD-R-->BD9-->BD5
post #1886 of 2482
Thanks, What does some loss in BPS ultimately meen? also what software do I need?
post #1887 of 2482
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Originally Posted by Mark A Gonzalez View Post

Thanks, What does some loss in BPS ultimately meen? also what software do I need?

Loss of bps (bits per second) means that the resultant output stream has become compressed. In other words, what was originally, say 10Gb has now become 7 or 8Gb.

If your going after one of the LG BD burners (I have one) then it will come with a suite of programs (Cyberlink HiDef Suite) that will include a BD burning program.

Seggers
post #1888 of 2482
No there is not like that why you made off cables 5c protection don't do like that i will suggest you something soon
post #1889 of 2482
"Loss of bps (bits per second) means that the resultant output stream has become compressed. In other words, what was originally, say 10Gb has now become 7 or 8Gb."

So it sounds like I end up with an inferior copy. How can I keep all of the BPS with no compression?
post #1890 of 2482
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Originally Posted by Mark A Gonzalez View Post

"Loss of bps (bits per second) means that the resultant output stream has become compressed. In other words, what was originally, say 10Gb has now become 7 or 8Gb."

So it sounds like I end up with an inferior copy. How can I keep all of the BPS with no compression?


You will be surprised how much additional compression can be done on a BluRay title with little noticeable visual change. For example I have a 4.5Gb MKV version of Iron Man (compressed to h.264 format) and the BR title. On a A/B comparisons while you can see slight differences (most noticeable in darker scenes where macroblocking becomes slightly evident) for the most part the differences are not discernible on average viewing. I suspect that if the data rate or compression had been reduced so that the new version was about 9Gb (still a lot less than the 20 Gb of the original) you would be hard pressed to see any differences.

To keep the original with no additional compression would require I guess dual layer media and a program that could author content appropriately (multiAVCHD has been mentioned already)
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