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  1. Hey,

    Perhaps a noob question but..

    So far I have been using tsMuxerGUI to create my files into bluray ISOs that I can then burn off, and this has been fine for 1 long video, but I now want to have multiple videos on the disk. I tried to add multiple files into tsMuxerGUI but it just created one video with multiple video tracks.

    Is there any easy way I can drag and drop multiple files in tsMuxerGUI and it will create a Bluray with videos that would play one after each other?
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  2. You have to join rather than add the streams -- and they have to be compatible with each other.
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  3. Aww thats a shame...

    So how does it work on Retail Blurays of TV shows with multiple EPs?

    Is that really just one long video with Chapters and Menus?
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    Did you use the append button in tsmuxer? If you use open it will create one video with multiple track.
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  5. Originally Posted by Tularis View Post
    Aww thats a shame...

    So how does it work on Retail Blurays of TV shows with multiple EPs?

    Is that really just one long video with Chapters and Menus?
    Usually they are separate streams authored with more sophisticated software than a decent, 2.7mb freebie.
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    I mean the join button. (append was in mkvmergegui).

    Edit: Okey. I missed smrpix answer.
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  7. I see.... No i didnt.

    I guess I'll do that, what is the best software to achieve what I need?
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    you can use Bd-rebuilder and select ''play items sequentially'' in import/quick-play settings . take only the temp folder that it created. no need to re-encode if your files are bluray compliant.
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