I've been reading through the forums but can't find exactly the info I need so was hoping someone here could help or point me in the right direction.
I work in the home theatre industry and would like to put together some of my own demonstration blurays. What I'm needing to do is to rip small portions of movies from the blurays to re-author and compile onto a disk with a small menu to flick between them. I have AnyDVD HD which is great for ripping an ISO to the hard drive but am a little lost on how I can select what I need to take off. I'm gathering that I won't be able to access the ISO directly to cut out what I need so will probably need to convert to a different format first? Obviously I want to keep the quality of the video and the DTS sound as high as possible.
I have no problem with the re-authoring side of things.
If anyone can shed some light on the most effective way of doing this I'd really appreciate the help.
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There is no easy method for it like dvdshrink for dvds.
You can use tsmuxer to cut blu-ray m2ts or blu-ray playlists. But no preview so you must manually type in cut points.
Tssniper might work on some blu-ray m2ts files.
Some commercial editors might support blu-ray m2ts like videoredo h264 suite and solveigmm video splitter. But I doubt they support all audio codecs.
Thanks for the info Baldrick. Yeah, it'd be great if DVDShrink worked for Blurays.
Some of the programs you mentioned look like they may work from what I've read, just the audio could be a concern perhaps? I'll experiment with them and see what they can do.
In case you're not aware, there are a few really nice demo type discs out there at AVSForum. http://www.avsforum.com/t/1475769/demonstration-blu-ray-discs-independently-authoredI want NBC's Ed on DVD/Blu-ray!
Thanks for that redsandvb. I will check them out. Many thanks!
Well I thought I had it working! I managed to get the video segment that I wanted but it didn't seem to do the DTS track, even though it says it's there? Obviously I'm doing something wrong somewhere?
What says it's there?
How do you test play it?
I've used TsMuxer to cut the segment of video I want. I'm selecting the h.264 file and the DTS-hd file. Not selecting anything else. I use the 'enable cutting' option to select the segment I want and turn off the chapters. Everything else I'm leaving as default cause I have no idea what they are.
I'm then doing a Demux. Once that's done I'm remuxing back to a M2TS file. I tried just choosing M2TS mixing but that didn't work either.
I tried to run the file on my PC and the PS3. But play the video fine but no audio. If I throw the file back into TsMuxer it says there is the DTS-HD audio track there?
Any ideas or should I leave this stuff to experts?