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  1. 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.
    Last edited by Bonie81; 15th Jun 2011 at 14:37.
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    Use Ripbot after decrypting? One step.
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  3. Originally Posted by redwudz View Post
    Use Ripbot after decrypting? One step.
    - Thanks for sugestion, gonna try soon!
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  4. Use Ripbot after decrypting? One step.
    Or even better. Select ANY .m2ts file directly from Blu-ray disc in Ripbot264 (make sure that ANYDVD HD is runing in background!)
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    How about using MakeMKV
    CHEERS GARRY
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  6. How about using MakeMKV
    = extra step
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    Originally Posted by Atak_Snajpera View Post
    Use Ripbot after decrypting? One step.
    Or even better. Select ANY .m2ts file directly from Blu-ray disc in Ripbot264 (make sure that ANYDVD HD is runing in background!)
    True. But I often encode a couple of BD>MKVs overnight, so I like to batch them together in 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 )
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  8. folks,
    - agreed, RiPBot offeres more features.
    ThanX!
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  9. I've also ran into a few, mostly non-US BDs that I need to run through tsMuxeR to get the correct audio stream
    New version will allow playlist modification (you can uncheck unwanted streams from playlist). This should prevent any audio related problems
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