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    Hello

    some help on makemkv please

    Ok this is my first attempt at ripping a bluray disc and I have Disney Sleeping Beauty

    It has two BluRay discs one with the film and extras and the second bluray has more goodies

    So I have used MakwMKV but although its good, why on earth did they not integrate a player so you know what files to select from the many many that are listed in the tree

    Yes ripping the largest sized file is normally the film, but what if you want to rip some other special extras, you can not tick them all! and Rip The whole BluRay, as you will be there all day!

    So as MakeMKV have not thought out or made this selection process easy, is there any other way to find out what all the files are on a BlueRay, so one can know what to select in makemkv


    It's a real shame such a good little ripping program has overlooked the basics and made it so difficult to use the program


    any help will be very much appreciated,

    Regards
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    You're expecting WAY too much from free software, esp. one that does something that AFAIK nothing else does. Stop whining.
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    Hoser Rob
    1) it's not Free!
    2) I am not whining as you put it
    3) I would be more than happy to pay for something that gave a video view feature
    4) Why are you so negative?, Start embracing positive improvements and suggestions for god sake

    It's all about moving forward and improving.... No one is saying it no good, but it has a weakness

    and I can assure YOU I am not expecting too much!
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    FYI, only LICENSED blu-ray player software can play blu-rays in their full feature capacity (w/ menus, links, etc). This is limited to Cyberlink PowerDVD, Corel WinDVDPro, Microsoft Bluray Pro, and (supposedly, but I doubt it) DVDFab Player5 pro. All other options will only play raw M2TS files or variants (MKV in your case), without seamless linkage and without menu stuff.
    The licensed players may play ISOs or not (mounted or not?), but very unlikely they would play MKV sets, as that is specifically bypassing the SOP of those producers' security expectations.

    Scott
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    Thank you for your positive and constructive reply

    Appreciated
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