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  1. I want to basically ditch physical media and run from home media server with full audio/video intact...

    HOWEVER - for my family's sake, I need to edit the movies first.

    I use Adobe Premiere Pro CC to edit - and preferably I'd retain the highest quality audio track (and even an added Stereo track, if I could find a way to attach them both to the edited video file I create - Of course, I'd need to be able to select which audio track I want upon playback). I'm talking 7.1 or 5.1 + stereo.

    This is a lot, I realize, but I'm not looking for ANY compression whatsoever, so hopefully that makes the answering a little easier.

    THANK YOU!

    Please note I work on an iMac Pro.
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    Thread moved to the mac forum where you can get more help.
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    Originally Posted by houseroundfile View Post
    I want to basically ditch physical media and run from home media server with full audio/video intact...

    HOWEVER - for my family's sake, I need to edit the movies first.

    I use Adobe Premiere Pro CC to edit - and preferably I'd retain the highest quality audio track (and even an added Stereo track, if I could find a way to attach them both to the edited video file I create - Of course, I'd need to be able to select which audio track I want upon playback). I'm talking 7.1 or 5.1 + stereo.

    This is a lot, I realize, but I'm not looking for ANY compression whatsoever, so hopefully that makes the answering a little easier.

    THANK YOU!

    Please note I work on an iMac Pro.
    try looking in the macos software video tools section - https://www.videohelp.com/software/sections/macos-video-tools
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  5. That is a huge list... so cumbersome. I'm looking for an inside tip. What tool can I use to accomplish the stated purpose of my original post? And I'll include that I have the following software already:

    Adobe Premiere Pro CC
    MakeMKV
    Handbrake
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    Originally Posted by houseroundfile View Post
    That is a huge list... so cumbersome. I'm looking for an inside tip. What tool can I use to accomplish the stated purpose of my original post? And I'll include that I have the following software already:

    Adobe Premiere Pro CC
    MakeMKV
    Hardbrake
    would dvdfafab video converter for mac work ?? - https://www.dvdfab.cn/video-converter-for-mac.htm
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  7. Really, I'm trying to obtain the way to:

    a) rip BluRay without ANY A/V loss to an editable format within Adobe Premiere Pro 2020

    b) make Adobe Premiere Pro 2020 encode my edits into a video format/container that retains all data, with no loss on the back end

    Does anyone know precisely how to accomplish this?
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  8. I do not think, that Adobe Premiere (whatever version) is the right tool for this job.
    Just rip the BD with Makemkv and select the bits you want to keep.
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  9. Premiere Pro is a great editing tool, but it will not smart render BR compatible files losslessy.
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  10. Ok., now we may be getting somewhere.

    I'm editing single swear words (or sexual scenes) out of our purchased bluray movies so they become more family-friendly.

    WHICH video editing software will allow me to make these micro-changes (even adjusting some audio to cover the cuts) if not Premiere Pro?

    I already rip full size MKV, so that is my starting point.
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