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  1. Dears,
    I'm trying to rip a Bluray Audio disc to FLAC.
    This disc contains a video track just showing titles and a 96kHz 24bits 5.1 channels LPCM audio track.
    There's only 1 title splitted in 9 chapters, each one containing a song as usual, and here's the issue.
    I want to rip each song to a FLAC file, but chapter markers are only seen by players (ex. VLC, Media Player Classic, etc.), while any rip software (ex. Handbrake, MakeMKV) sees a single chapter.
    I'm not in touch with Bluray structures, but I've always been able to rip Bluray disc, all the times but this.
    On this disk the structure is in the IISVPL/00000.vps file containing this:
    MPLS0100 : 8 h `00000M2TS > A deng eng
    D^Y Z j |R i CD4 PLEX D ( #& Yes - Fragile (multiAVCHD)
    ( #&
    00:00:00 ( #&
    00:08:35 ( #&
    00:10:18 ( #&
    00:11:48 ( #&
    00:19:57 ( #&
    00:20:35 ( #&
    00:24:06 ( #&
    00:26:48 ( #&
    00:29:50 ( #&
    00:41:20 $


    How can I rip any chapters to the related FLAC file?

    Thanks and best regards.
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    I would probably rip the title with MakeMKV, then use FFmpeg to transcode the audio to FLAC one chapter at a time using the timecodes in your VPS file.
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  3. Well, MakeMKV can create a .mkv file in the standard way or directly transcoding audio track to FLAC, but in both ways chapters are lost.
    Thanks.
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    Rip the title to MKV using MakeMKV (this will keep chapters intact as metadata) then convert with AudioMuxer.

    AudioMuxer can split the audio at chapter points.
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  5. I know Handbrake has no LPCM support, but its scan log can be interesting:
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    [13:04:33] CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2520M CPU @ 2.50GHz
    [13:04:33]  - Intel microarchitecture Sandy Bridge
    [13:04:33]  - logical processor count: 4
    [13:04:33] OpenCL device #1: NVIDIA Corporation GeForce GT 540M
    [13:04:33]  - OpenCL version: 1.1 CUDA
    [13:04:33]  - driver version: 365.19
    [13:04:33]  - device type:    GPU
    [13:04:33]  - supported:      no
    [13:04:33] Intel Quick Sync Video support: no
    [13:04:33] hb_scan: path=N:\Download\1971- Yes - Fragile [5.1 Blu Ray DVD Audio]\Yes - Fragile.iso, title_index=0
    libbluray/bdnav/index_parse.c:162: indx_parse(): error opening N:\Download\1971- Yes - Fragile [5.1 Blu Ray DVD Audio]\Yes - Fragile.iso/BDMV/index.bdmv
    libbluray/bdnav/index_parse.c:162: indx_parse(): error opening N:\Download\1971- Yes - Fragile [5.1 Blu Ray DVD Audio]\Yes - Fragile.iso/BDMV/BACKUP/index.bdmv
    libbluray/bluray.c:2182: nav_get_title_list(N:\Download\1971- Yes - Fragile [5.1 Blu Ray DVD Audio]\Yes - Fragile.iso) failed
    [13:04:33] bd: not a bd - trying as a stream/file instead
    libdvdnav: Using dvdnav version 5.0.1
    libdvdread: Encrypted DVD support unavailable.
    libdvdread:DVDOpenFileUDF:UDFFindFile /VIDEO_TS/VIDEO_TS.IFO failed
    libdvdread:DVDOpenFileUDF:UDFFindFile /VIDEO_TS/VIDEO_TS.BUP failed
    libdvdread: Can't open file VIDEO_TS.IFO.
    libdvdnav: vm: failed to read VIDEO_TS.IFO
    [13:04:33] dvd: not a dvd - trying as a stream/file instead
    [NULL @ 000000001ef533c0] SEI type 112 truncated at 184
    [h264 @ 000000001ef533c0] SEI type 112 truncated at 176
    [h264 @ 000000001ef533c0] top block unavailable for requested intra4x4 mode -1 at 95 1
    [h264 @ 000000001ef533c0] error while decoding MB 95 0, bytestream 264
    Input #0, mpeg, from 'N:\Download\1971- Yes - Fragile [5.1 Blu Ray DVD Audio]\Yes - Fragile.iso':
      Duration: 00:51:57.98, start: 600.000000, bitrate: 14821 kb/s
        Stream #0.0[0x1e0]: Video: h264 (High), yuv420p, 1920x1080 [PAR 1:1 DAR 16:9], 23.58 fps, 90k tbn, 47.95 tbc
        Stream #0.1[0x21]: Subtitle: dvdsub
    [13:04:34] add_ffmpeg_subtitle: malformed extradata for VOB subtitle track; subtitle colors likely to be wrong
    [13:04:34] scan: decoding previews for title 1
    [NULL @ 000000001ef01100] SEI type 112 truncated at 184
    [h264 @ 000000001ef01100] SEI type 112 truncated at 176
    [h264 @ 000000001ef01100] top block unavailable for requested intra4x4 mode -1 at 95 1
    [h264 @ 000000001ef01100] error while decoding MB 95 0, bytestream 264
    [NULL @ 000000001ef01100] SEI type 112 truncated at 184
    [13:04:37] scan: 10 previews, 1920x1080, 23.583 fps, autocrop = 0/0/0/0, aspect 16:9, PAR 1:1
    [13:04:37] libhb: scan thread found 1 valid title(s)

    Thanks and best regards.
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  6. Originally Posted by Arnold_Layne View Post
    Rip the title to MKV using MakeMKV (this will keep chapters intact as metadata) then convert with AudioMuxer.

    AudioMuxer can split the audio at chapter points.
    With this disc Make MKV doesn't keep chapters.

    The only converter that reads these chapters I found is Xmedia Recode.
    I'm trying to convert the disc to a .mkv (copying video and converting audio to FLAC, it doesn't allow to keep LPCM in the .mkv), then I'll try to use Foobar to split files.

    An other idea is to directly create splitted FLACs with Xmedia Recode, it allows chapters selection.

    I'm also giving a look to Audio Muxer, sounds interesting.


    Thanks!
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  7. It works perfectly creating FLACs directly on Xmedia Recode (I think it's perfect, just need to eventually check gapless, I have no gapless Bluray Audio sources):

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    Originally Posted by ultradj83 View Post
    Originally Posted by Arnold_Layne View Post
    Rip the title to MKV using MakeMKV (this will keep chapters intact as metadata) then convert with AudioMuxer.

    AudioMuxer can split the audio at chapter points.
    With this disc Make MKV doesn't keep chapters.

    The only converter that reads these chapters I found is Xmedia Recode.
    I'm trying to convert the disc to a .mkv (copying video and converting audio to FLAC, it doesn't allow to keep LPCM in the .mkv), then I'll try to use Foobar to split files.

    An other idea is to directly create splitted FLACs with Xmedia Recode, it allows chapters selection.

    I'm also giving a look to Audio Muxer, sounds interesting.


    Thanks!
    Every Blu Ray title I've ripped with MakeMKV has always kept the chapters. You will get one long MKV file, but the chapter points are saved in the metadata of the MKV file. When you import the MKV file into audiomuxer, it can then split the converted audio at chapter points.
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  9. Originally Posted by Arnold_Layne View Post
    Originally Posted by ultradj83 View Post
    Originally Posted by Arnold_Layne View Post
    Rip the title to MKV using MakeMKV (this will keep chapters intact as metadata) then convert with AudioMuxer.

    AudioMuxer can split the audio at chapter points.
    With this disc Make MKV doesn't keep chapters.

    The only converter that reads these chapters I found is Xmedia Recode.
    I'm trying to convert the disc to a .mkv (copying video and converting audio to FLAC, it doesn't allow to keep LPCM in the .mkv), then I'll try to use Foobar to split files.

    An other idea is to directly create splitted FLACs with Xmedia Recode, it allows chapters selection.

    I'm also giving a look to Audio Muxer, sounds interesting.


    Thanks!
    Every Blu Ray title I've ripped with MakeMKV has always kept the chapters. You will get one long MKV file, but the chapter points are saved in the metadata of the MKV file. When you import the MKV file into audiomuxer, it can then split the converted audio at chapter points.
    Usually, MakeMKV includes in the.mkv file a chapter markers track.
    It's enough to open the .mkv with MKVtoolnix or Handbrake to see and check it.
    This time it doesn't, this is the point, it's the 1st time I encounter this problem, too.
    Maybe Bluray Audio uses a different structure.
    It's saved in the directory I said and there's a copy of that file in /BMDV/playlist.
    Unfortunately I'm not expert in Bluray structures, I don't know if this is the same of the normal Bluray Video structure, I can only confirm Xmedia Recode is the only ripper/converter detecting the structure with this disc...
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    Ripping a BD Audio disc (Tears for Fears Songs From The Big Chair)

    As you can see their are 8 chapters (songs) in the title

    The first three screen shots are from MakeMV where I ripped the 5.1 LPCM audio to a MKV

    Last three are from AudioMuxer converting the MKV's audio to FLAC and as you can see the audio is split by chapter points.
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  11. I just have no chapters line in the MakeMKV tree...
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    Reading your previous posts, it would seem this is a downlaod of an .iso file somoene created with multiavchd. This is why MakeMKV isn't working. You are not ripping an actual Blu Ray structure.
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  13. Well, I don't know what Multiavchd is and what is used for, I will read about.

    Thanks.
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