Guess I could just re-rip the bd's entirely but I thought it would be a lot faster just turning the mkv's to iso's. I thought eac3to could do this but I do not know the commands for this. Any info would be appreciated.
Why do you want to turn your mkv into an iso? Just to try out tmt3?
You could use clown bd, that will read in a mkv and output an iso. Not sure about your audio question. Do you even need to convert it? I'm certainly no expert, but I know you need a receiver that does lpcm for flac to work, so not sure if flac actually = lpcm.
Yes, I wanted to try out tmt3 trial and powerdvd9 trial. I just installed W7 so I have a fresh install and wanted to try these out. I tried clown but tsmuxer keeps choking on the flac file. It does the video fine but I can't convert the audio track.
yeah, I like trying out different things anyway. I'll probably just re-rip, thought it might save me some time. It usually takes about 3 hours to rip a bd, I only have a core duo. Really want to compare the picture quality between TMT, PDVD and MPC-HC.
Not sure about the trial as I bought a copy just to satisfy my curiosity and currently using 220.127.116.11. I don't believe the trial version supports Dolby but may want to check if you have the latest trial version.
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