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    Hi, guys
    I've got a lot of homevideos, that I've turned into x264 MKV, from DVD.
    Questen is: Is there a piece software that can make a bluray structure to burn and play on "all" bluray players, without re-encoding?
    Because fx PS3 does not play MKV! Its just to make it easier for me
    DVDfab has a smart "create bluray" feature, but it has to re-encode :-\
    TS-muxer makes an MKV to "bluray" without re-encoding, playable on PS3, but offers no menu-making what so ever?!
    Get what I mean?
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    Thanks, I'll give it a try...
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    Good Question,Earth
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    If it's a Blu-ray compliant video but in a mkv drop in tsmuxer and pick Blu-ray output. Will be movie only, but when burned with imgburn should play fine on standalones. I say should I it does at least on my lg and Panasonic player. As you want menus you would need multiavchd
    if all else fails read the damn manual
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    Guess you have to try multiavchd since its working well in my experience.
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    It crashes when using 720p videoes!
    And just seems pretty complicated overall?!
    Maybe I just have to put a lot of time into learning it
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  7. el AVCHD puedes utilizar par crear bluray sin recodificar el video.. lo creas con menu que puedes editar...
    yo recomiendo que antes de quemarlo... parches el archivo index de la carpeta del bluray con el programa AVCHD-patcher, porque hay reproductores de bluray que no aceptan la estructura 2.0Click image for larger version

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