Normally I follow following diagram:
1) Using any commercial BDDecrypter like AnyDVDHD, rip the BD contents to HDD.
(Keep in mind this step requires almost 50GB space on HDD.)
2) Demux BD-Video.m2ts to raw video.264 or video.h264, audio.dts and audio.ac3.
3) Down convert BD-Video.m2ts video bit-rate to desired video bitrate by using XMedia Recode or HandBrake.
(Normally Video Bitrate => 5000+ kbps would be enough, but its your choice.)
Copy audio.ac3 (or audio.dts) "AS-IS" pass-thru' will maintain professional (hardware-mixture) quality.
GUIDE 1 : Ripping Blu-Ray with HandBrake (wiill pass-thru' DTS n AC-3)
GUIDE 2 : Blu-Ray to MKV / MP4 using XMedia Recode *
* NOT SURE ABOUT DTS n AC-3 PASS-THROUGH,
But you can only encode raw video stream without audio in XMedia Recode.
GUIDE 3 : How to Convert Blu-ray to MP4 HD or MKV HD (using RiPBot Guide by Baldrick)
RiPBot has a feature for Audio Stream Copy -> DTS n AC-3 PASS-THROUGH, i guess.
4) Re-MUX video.h264 and audio.ac3 either to output.mkv or output.mp4.
in case of HandBeake n RiPBot, DTS n AC-3 pass-through, step 4 can be avoided.
Any better suggestions are most welcomed! Plz.
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Last edited by Bonie81; 15th Jun 2011 at 14:37.
Ripbot from AnyDVD HD rips. I've also ran into a few, mostly non-US BDs that I need to run through tsMuxeR to get the correct audio stream and it seems easier with the ripped BD. But Ripbot is a great program. (Donations are accepted at: http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=127611 )
Last edited by redwudz; 15th Jun 2011 at 13:34.