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  1. i have come across a blu ray disk where the movie is not in one m2ts file but in 4 or 5. I have ripped many films using tsremux anydvd but not sure what to do when you have more than one main movie file
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  2. I'm a MEGA Super Moderator Baldrick's Avatar
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    What are you going to do? SHrink it and make a new blu-ray or convert to another format???
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  3. im simply going to rip the m2ts file and the hd audio track to my media player, i dont want to convert nothing on it just rip the main movie file and auidio track
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    I found this for tsmuxer:
    Use tsMuxeR, instead of opening the m2ts itself, open the corresponding MPLS file in the Playlist folder, this will append all that is needed for the complete movie.
    Example: If you know the first part to the movie is 00001.m2ts, open 00001.mpls (in the Playlist folder).
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    I have ran into this with one BD movie. I used tsMuxeR and it's 'append' function to add all the .m2ts files in the proper order. Then 'Start muxing' to join them all together. In the BD I had, the .m2ts files were not in a sequential order, so I had to arrange them correctly. I used VLC to play the .m2ts files to determine the order. MPC-HC may be able to play them also.

    Sometimes, you have to do it all manually.
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    In the BD I had, the .m2ts files were not in a sequential order, so I had to arrange them correctly. I used VLC to play the .m2ts files to determine the order.
    Damn, I came here to see if anyone had an easy way to easily figure out the right order. I have 59 files totaling 30GB to re-order and then work with. I already went through and deleted all the extras and menus. Guess I know what I'm doing for the rest of the day.

    Another good player is AVS Media Player. FYI.
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    BD info should tell you what you want to know, i.e. playlist contents. Add the proper playlist file (*.mpls) in tsMuxer and it will add all the correct *.m2ts files, in the correct order. Look for the total runtime to identify the main movie.
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    Thanks for that tip. I actually found a similar tool called BDedit right after posting. Good thing I did too. There are 2 different versions of the same movie on the disc, thus 2 different playlists for the main movie. Some of the files show up on each list. I would have pulled my hair out trying to figure this out. I can't spare any more hair, either.
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