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  1. Member
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    Hi,

    I just ripped a blu-ray and unlike the others I have ripped, this one has many .m2ts files. It's like each chapter is it's own file. Anyone know how to encode this?

    Thanks
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    THen you need to use bdinfo, see for example http://forum.videohelp.com/topic372380.html
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    I've been using Ripbot 264 and I've noticed that when you import one .m2ts file under "Video" (when creating a new job) that it will search and give you a dropdown list of titles and their runtimes. In other words, Ripbot 264 can figure out how to put the .m2ts files together, just start by selecting one of them and it'll give you a list to choose from (and generally you'll want the longest one.)
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    That, is cool. I've never used tsMuxer like that. So now I have an .ac3 audio and .264 video. AVS script creator doesn't recognize that file. Do I need a codec or something like that? I want to use meGUI to encode the video.

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    The tool for joining the many .m2ts files (of a "seamless branching disc") is already built into the blu ray standard, all you need to do is identify the correct mpls file and enter it in the window in TsMuxer where you would normally enter the .m2ts main movie file

    eac3to or BD Info or BD Edit are good @ picking the correct mpls file, and TsMuxer does everything else

    The beauty of using TsMuxer alone to rip a blu ray while AnyDVD HD runs in the background is you only rip what you want off the disc drastically reducing ripping time, and by combining 2 steps (ripping and remuxing)

    You then end up w/ a blu ray compliant folder sturcture that can be converted to iso, or burned to disc in 1 step w/ imgburn

    ocgw

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    Thanks. I figured that part out. Now I have a .264 file and I want to encode it to Xvid/avi.
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