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Old 19th May 2008, 15:32   #21  |  Link
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@eternal,

I'd love to try and help, but just as Dat720 said, you really need to provide all the information you can. It's much easier to troubleshoot a problem when you list all the steps, and we'll figure out where things went wrong. While I know this guide isn't perfect, if you follow those steps exactly you WILL get a .iso that plays. There are no High-Def discs to date that AnyDVD HD cannot decrypt, which is the only area you may run into a problem at this point. Give us that additional info (referenced by Dat) and lets get this working for you :P
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Old 27th May 2008, 03:09   #22  |  Link
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this is a good guide but if i want to burn to to dvd9..i guess i will need 4 dvd9's after your last step what can i do next? thanks
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Old 27th May 2008, 22:57   #23  |  Link
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thanxs. i can rip any blue ray film with ease,and wacth it on my power dvd ultra.ive tried 2 put it on 2 a blue ray disc but the files are 2 big.
can u help.
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You will need to ditch some streams, if they are still too big it's time to compress them, but that's a whole other kettle of fish that this guide does not cover.
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Old 28th May 2008, 18:26   #25  |  Link
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Dat; sorry it took so long to do so, but I just added a link to your guide in this one - i figure it will answer a lot of the "next step" questions that are appearing in this thread :P

Good work on the guide btw =D
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Old 28th May 2008, 22:42   #26  |  Link
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Nice, thanks...

It's surprisingly easy isnt it.

I should probably add a link to yours aswell.

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We really need to keep hassling slysoft and Fengtao to have a "select main movie" feature on their decryptors for titles where the movie is broken out into many m2ts files.
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We really need to keep hassling slysoft and Fengtao to have a "select main movie" feature on their decryptors for titles where the movie is broken out into many m2ts files.
Why does that feature belong in a decryption program? It doesn't. It belongs in something more along the lines of "CloneBD". Maybe in DVD Decrypter's case it might belong there, but, not in AnyDVD HD.
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In reality I don't care who has the feature, but I would prefer it to be in a program I already paid for so I don't have to shell out more $$$$.
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There is that. I just don't think that type of functionality belongs in AnyDVD HD. However, that's simply my opinion and I don't work for Slysoft so my opinion doesn't count for much.
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Why does that feature belong in a decryption program?
If only because that's where they've appeared historically, starting with a "movie only" option on good ol' DVD Decrypter and SmartRipper...
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Hi!If only because that's where they've appeared historically, starting with a "movie only" option on good ol' DVD Decrypter and SmartRipper...
AnyDVD hasn't ever done so.
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Well...I've updated this again...i know i know adding info on TSMuxer's ability to directly open .mpls files is old-news, but well, it's in there now.
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LOL. That's good that it's there though.
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Well...I've updated this again...i know i know adding info on TSMuxer's ability to directly open .mpls files is old-news, but well, it's in there now.
Don't you need to use eac3to to fix audio gaps on some seamless branching discs? If not, it will go OOS. Just a thought.
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After inserting BD disc into your machine, navigate to the folder titled "PLAYLIST"
-Select largest (in actual kb size) .mpls file. I have yet to see where this file NOT the playlist for the main move.
-Open this directly with TSMuxer
-Follow muxing instructions information located in guide below.
does this mean you do not nead to rip the movie to your hd first with anydvd?
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does this mean you do not nead to rip the movie to your hd first with anydvd?
You never had to before. Ripping just adds time. Go directly from disc while running AnyDVD HD.
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EPiPhone is exactly right...I can pretty much remove most of the information regarding the ripping process with AnyDVD, just haven't had a chance to yet (i know, it would take like 3 seconds but I'm just to busy at work). And whatever, when I first started it felt cool to actually rip a full BD to my hard drive...yes I'm weird :P

Also yes, you MUST have AnyDVD running when using TSMuxer.

I'll update this soon.
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iam interested in putting the movie on to several dvd9...i know there is a program called HDBDSplitGUI: to split the resulting movies into multiple DVDs but where would i use this step in your guide? do i need to first rip it to hard drive then split it into 3 dvd9's then go to step 2?
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you can use a program called TSSplitter but it won't split .isos. You have to your entire film into .ts with TSmuxer and then split with TSSplitter.
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