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  1. Okay, I'm pretty new at this whole thing.
    Ripped BD disc to hdd and so far every movie has contained one .m2ts file containing the entire film. Converted those to .mkv using Handbrake and no problems at all.

    But now I've got a disc that ripped to hdd and there are dozens and dozens of .m2ts files and they don't seem to be in order of the movie.
    ?????? Do I need to combine them first??? or..?

    I have no interest in retaining subtitles or multiple languages.

    Thanks to all.
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  3. Mod Neophyte Super Moderator redwudz's Avatar
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    You can try tsMuxeR and combine all the parts together to a single file. I don't recall the name of the program, but you can read the playlist off the BD and figure out the order of the .m2ts files, then just mux them together. Maybe BDedit?

    If you search around our site, there are a few threads with the same problem and they may give you more ideas.

    And this thread would be better in our Blu-ray Ripping forum. Moving you.
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    Use instead ripbot264. It will fix it automatically for you.
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    Originally Posted by Baldrick
    Use instead ripbot264. It will fix it automatically for you.
    eac3to works for determining main movie playlist too

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    Originally Posted by redwudz
    You can try tsMuxeR and combine all the parts together to a single file. I don't recall the name of the program, but you can read the playlist off the BD and figure out the order of the .m2ts files, then just mux them together. Maybe BDedit?
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    ClownBD, which is a gui for eac3to, aften and tsMuxeR, would work well for anyone new to this process.
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  8. Thanks for the help everyone.
    I found ripbot264 did the job nicely.

    One question: the output is a 3 gb file… coming from a 40 gb BD source… is that normal? Seems like quite a bit of conversion (i.e. quality loss).
    The result looks very good, but not “blow your mind” good if that makes sense.
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  9. if you are not happy with quality so next time use CRF@20 or 18 . Lower value means larger file size / better quality
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    I use RipBot with two pass MKV and a output size of 8150MB. It looks very good on my 12' projector screen and it allows backup to DL DVD media, much better quality than the average commercial DVD. But it takes about 6hrs for the conversion. Just run it overnight.
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    Originally Posted by redwudz View Post
    You can try tsMuxeR and combine all the parts together to a single file. I don't recall the name of the program, but you can read the playlist off the BD and figure out the order of the .m2ts files, then just mux them together. Maybe BDedit?

    If you search around our site, there are a few threads with the same problem and they may give you more ideas.

    And this thread would be better in our Blu-ray Ripping forum. Moving you.
    Well you don't have to use bdedit to see how the file are structured but load with *.mpls file (BDMV>playlist>*.mpls) and rest will be done by it self if you are using tsMuxeR
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