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    I have a DVD that has 2 movies on it and I ripped it to my hard drive and now I would like to burn it to a Bluray disk so I don't have to shrink the DVD backup.
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    Thanks, will give it a try tomorrow and I use to use tsMuxeR years ago.
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    You don't need to convert the files,just use makemkv and rip them as mkv and load them into tsmuxer,it will make a blu-ray folder ready to burn.
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    I got an idea from an old VideoHelp post but have not tried it myself to see if it works. (Old thread: https://forum.videohelp.com/threads/393209-Authoring-DVD-files-to-Blu-Ray-disc)

    Combine the two DVDs into one with DVDShrink without shrinking, ignoring "disc size" limitation warnings, if any. (See https://itstillworks.com/combine-two-dvd-movies-one-dvd-shrink-1443.html)

    Create an ISO from the combo DVD and then burn that ISO to Blu-ray using ImgBurn. This creates a bastard disc, which Cornucopia called a "SuperDVD". Some hardware Blu-ray players may play it but there is a definite possibility that it would be rejected.
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    Thanks johns0, I don't have the Disc anymore gave it back to my cousin so can't rip it with makemkv unless you can still rip it to mkv when it's already on my hard drive,
    usually_quiet, it isn't 2 DVDS it is just 2 movies that are on 1 DVD as it came that way and it is a bought disc.
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    You can open the folder with makemkv and output as mkv files,they will be blu-ray compliant.
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    Originally Posted by johns0 View Post
    You can open the folder with makemkv and output as mkv files,they will be blu-ray compliant.
    I did what you recommended and makemkv made 3 separate titles in the folder, I combine the files together in tsMuxeR but when I start muxing it goes to 51% then error keeps coming up.
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    Why not just burn to dual-layer DVD-R? No shrinking there, nor conversion.


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    Originally Posted by Cornucopia View Post
    Why not just burn to dual-layer DVD-R? No shrinking there, nor conversion.


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    ok that is what I did, ordered discs from Amazon and they came in 2 days.
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