If you're looking for UHD 4K Makemkv (redfox might also apply) ripping, go here
The process for remuxing 4K UHD Atmos tracks with 3D blu-ray video tracks is the same as it is described here.
So as we did with Gravity here https://www.avsforum.com/forum/39-ne...os-how-do.html
, I'm going to attempt to create an ISO or MKV file of "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" with the 3D video track from the 3D bluray and the Dolby Atmos track from the 2D bluray. Last time I personally did the ISO version and it worked surprisingly easily; however, I believe I no longer have the DVDFab license--not to mention that, last time I checked, it was pretty difficult to use their software due to their legal troubles.
This is for creating an MKV file for playback on a 3D-capable computer or media player device like a KDLinks 720, which I have. If you don't already have a system like this capable of playing back 3D MKV (or other types), this thread is above-and-beyond what you need and I cannot help you get there. And, no I will not rip these files to a disc and send it to you nor will I send you the completed product in a stand-alone file for download. I may rip my own movies but I am anti-pirating to a near boy-scout level.
I used the MKVToolNIX method. (Download page
--I imagine most people will need to scroll down to "Windows" and click the link for the direct download page of the installer package.) I ripped the two MKV files initially using MakeMKV and then via MKVToolNIX selected the 3d video file and the TrueHD Atmos audio track in the "Input" tab of MKVToolNIX. Be sure to select the proper file destination on the "output" tab.
One weird thing that happened was that MKVToolNix initially named the file a ".mk3d" file, which my KDLINKS did not recognize. However changing it to ".mkv" worked just fine.
Since apparently Oppos don't play 3D MKV files, you have to do a workaround. Here is a write-up from
The Oppo 203/205s will certainly play a re-muxed .m2ts with 3D and Atmos information. I can't speak to the older 103/105 models since I don't own one. The main downside is that .m2ts files don't have built in chapter information so moving around other than just playing the movie can be a little difficult.
Here are the basics of how to do it (under Windows). I'm making the assumption that the user knows how to rip a 4K movie (and has the proper hardware to do it) in order to get the Atmos information. If you're using an Atmos-enabled 1080p disc, then any Blu Ray reader will do.
1. Extract the both movies in question with MakeMKV to respective .mkv files. Make sure you specify the 3D information track with the 3D movie since it's usually not selected by default. For the Atmos-enabled movie, just rip the TrueHD soundtrack...nothing else is necessary.
2. Using gMKVExtractGUI, drag the Atmos .MKV file into the input file and click the "Extract" button, making sure that the "Extract" field nearby is set for "Tracks" and not any other information (which isn't necessary). This app will extract the audio information to a .thd file.
3. The .thd file needs to be washed through another program called UsEac3To. This is basically a GUI front end for the Eac3To to save you from having to do a command line step here. Use the .thd file from the previous step as the input file. Select "thd+ac3" from the Track Input and Output Format pull down menu. Select the "Run CL" button. This program will return a new output file with a .thd+ac3 extension.
4. Rename the output file from "mymovie.thd+ac3" "mymovie.ac3".
5. Open TsMuxeR. Use both the 3D movie .MKV file and the .ac3 file with the Atmos track as input files. You'll see a list of all of the tracks (video and audio) for the final mux. Move the TRUEHD track up to Track #1
. Move the 3D video track to the third position (underneath the original DTS track). For output, select .m2ts muxing. Click the "Start Muxing" button.
6. Transfer the file to however you play your media (flash drive or network). Enjoy!
You can also see post #163
of this thread for more information on this portion from