I tried to copy some blu rays that I made using Nero 11 (Copy Blu Ray Disc), but the copy does not contain all my menus and sub-menus. I asked some information to Nero, but they do not answer...Do you know if there is some other sw that I can use to make a real copy with menus?
I tried several different blank bd discs, but the result is always the same.
I make my bd with Premiere CS6 and Encore CS6. Original bd work perfect, but the copies start straight from the main movie.
My bd burner is LG BH16NS40.
Thank you in advance.
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Thanks a lot to both of you.
I will follow your suggestions.
In the meantime I tried with an old version of Leawo Blu Ray Copy (ver. 126.96.36.199), very easy to use and making a copy complete with menus and sud menus. The only problem is that this is a trial version...
It's me again.
Tried to make an ISO image with ImgBurn, but this is the message I receive when I go on the Read Mode
I tried with 4 different bds but the message is always the same.
I watched instructions on the web site of IsoBurn, but it seems I don't do anything wrong...
The message is suggesting that you use "Create image file from files/folders" to create the image on your HDD instead of using "Create image file from disc".
Ok, try ripping the Blu-ray movie with MakeMKV or AnyDVDHD. MakeMKV is free to use, but you would have to use it in Backup mode. Put your disc in the Blu-ray drive, start MakeMKV, then let it find the disc. Then click on File-->Backup. Designate a spot on the hard drive to put the movie. Once on the hard drive, you can burn the entire thing to another disc using ImgBurn in Build mode.
Using the trial for AnyDVD HD, you would start AnyDVD HD, put the disc in the drive and let the program analyze the disc. Then right click on the little fox icon at the bottom right of your screen. This will give you a pop-up window with options. You can either rip as an ISO with the command Rip to image, or rip as files. Burn to a new disc with ImgBurn, and depending on which way you ripped the Blu-ray, you would use the Write mode to burn an ISO, or Build mode to put the files onto the new disc.
Thank you! I will try these two options. Have a nice week end.
Everything is working properly now thanks to your suggestions.
I found also another TDMore BrluRay Copy, that works perfect and very friendly-user.