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Old 27th April 2013, 21:05   #1  |  Link
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Confusion ripping BD to drive with Folder Structure in-tact

This must be a beginners question, but all my searching keeps giving me "convert to mkv" and such stuff. NOT what I want.

What I need to do is take a certain Blu-Ray (single layer) and rip it to my hard drive keeping the folder structure in-tact. There would be two folders: BDMV and CERTIFICATE and inside are other folders (stream, playlist, etc.),

I don't want an ISO file or a single MKV file.

I'm on a PC and i have DVDfab 9.0.1.6. I also have ImgBurn, TsMuxer, MPC-HC amd many other programs.

This should be possible with DVDfab, but I keep getting an mkv or an ISO image file.

So I need specifics here on what exactly I need to do to make this right.

I apologize in advance for asking such a stupid question. But again, my searching is not giving me the answer.
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Old 27th April 2013, 21:14   #2  |  Link
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Hi!

From within DVDFab, select Blu-ray Copy and then select "Full Disc".

When it's finished, you'll find all created and/or copied folders and files in a folder named "FULL DISC"...
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Well DUH on me! I thought that would create an ISO file. My bad. Thank you very much.
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You're quite welcome ;>}
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