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    I noticed no one mentioned AVCHDCoder. Do most people not like it? Or is it more that you have grown accustomed to what you currently use so don't see the need to switch? I'm just curious because I really like the program so far but rarely see people comment or ask questions about it. It seems to do just as good of a job BD Rebuilder IMO. Have not tried Ripbot.
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    I noticed no one mentioned AVCHDCoder. Do most people not like it? Or is it more that you have grown accustomed to what you currently use so don't see the need to switch? I'm just curious because I really like the program so far but rarely see people comment or ask questions about it. It seems to do just as good of a job BD Rebuilder IMO. Have not tried Ripbot.
    All three use the same basic toolkit, and most particularly the same encoder (x264). I'd say they're comparable, apart from differences in the presets offered.

    My opinion is that AVCHDCoder has some unnecessary steps and is overall a bit cumbersome to use compared to BDRB. (It's also a huge download.) Ripbot I just dislike the interface. Others will disagree, which is A-OK. Use what you like.
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  3. If you use bd rebuilder for a movie only can you also use de hd audio and not just the core of it?
    I can see in de setup you can adjust the keep hd audio fot bd-25 encode.

    Does it mean you can see a movie with hd-dts and not de dts core?
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    Originally Posted by Eyedoctor2 View Post
    About as far from DVDShrink as you can get. DVDShrink is a small efficient standalone program, CBD is a big bloated, many smaller programs and requires java
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    CBD Big and bloated???

    LOL!!!! You still have 640k Mr. Gates?
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    Feels like it. Computers are way too slow.
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