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Old 29th November 2023, 19:16   #1  |  Link
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Add new audio and subtitles to Bluray 3D, How?

I want to add audio tracks and subtitles to a 3D Bluray disc while preserving the menus, does anyone know of a guide or tutorial?.
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Old 30th November 2023, 01:12   #2  |  Link
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If you want to reach the additional tracks via menu you got to extend the menus
Tools: tsmuxeR, BDEdit and Lowpro's brilliant thread.
https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=182746
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I want to add audio tracks and subtitles to a 3D Bluray disc while preserving the menus, does anyone know of a guide or tutorial?.
Thanks a lot.
This is a very loaded question and no, I don't think there's a guide or tutorial available that walk you through how to do this. More information is needed on the Blu-ray in question. Someone with knowledge would need to look over the structure of the Blu-ray and the source files you'd like to add. Only then would feedback be able to be provided to you on the best course of action to take in order to accomplish what you want.
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Thanks a lot @Emulgator , @Lowpro .
I'll try with tsmuxer, Bluray structure seems simple bluray but with SSIF file, I need make some tests with tsmuxer.
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Inbetween you may want to run BDInfo on your folder.
If java is involved, well...a longer journey.
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Hello!
I'm resurrecting this old thread as I have a similar problem.

I'd like to get german language in to "Jumanji next level" which was only released in 3D in Australia.
Maybe someone can give me a kickstarter in the right direction... or help me somehow?

I already ripped the German BR and the Australian 3D-BR with the Fox...

... and it seems the videos differ in length. Also the menu structure is completely different.

In other words: I have no clue what kind of possibilities I have now and what would be the best approach
to get a "new" BR that contains the movie in 3D.

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Hi "fhw72", first you need to disassemble the ISO file, then replace the track in TsMuxer and assemble in the Blu-ray folder tab and by setting the mpls and clpi numbers in the Blu-ray window you replace the original files. Then using "ExplorerFab" create miniso file and in AnyDVD build the edited ISO image.
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Hi "fhw72", first you need to disassemble the ISO file, then replace the track in TsMuxer and assemble in the Blu-ray folder tab and by setting the mpls and clpi numbers in the Blu-ray window you replace the original files. Then using "ExplorerFab" create miniso file and in AnyDVD build the edited ISO image.
Thanks. The basic steps are clear. My question is more about the details:

Which tools to use? How to manipulate the menu etc.?
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For disassembly and subsequent assembly, ExplorerFab, tsMuxerGUI, AnyDVD are needed.
To work with the IG menu; Adobe Photoshop, Scenarist Designer PS, BDedit or IGEditor.
For Java menus; Adobe Photoshop, DJ Java Decompiler 3.12, JByteMod-1.8.2, luyten-0.5.4, Hex Editor Neo, Scenarist Safeguard.
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For disassembly and subsequent assembly, ExplorerFab, tsMuxerGUI, AnyDVD are needed.
To work with the IG menu; Adobe Photoshop, Scenarist Designer PS, BDedit or IGEditor.
For Java menus; Adobe Photoshop, DJ Java Decompiler 3.12, JByteMod-1.8.2, luyten-0.5.4, Hex Editor Neo, Scenarist Safeguard.
Do you have recommended tutorials or instructions for some of these?
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No, I studied everything myself, there is a website on this topic.

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