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Old 23rd April 2022, 21:36   #1  |  Link
CapricornX10X
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How to make mt2s from photo

How to make mt2s from photo

Hello everyone, I wanted to know how I create from a photo

a video file in MT2S format?

As there is in many discs of blury image of the poster (that a video with photo and audio
In the menu of the bluray
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Old 19th June 2022, 08:51   #2  |  Link
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you can try Yuhan Blu-ray DVD Crator: https://yuhanmedia.com/product/dvdcreator/
it can create m2ts from phtoto,support menu.
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Old 24th June 2022, 18:14   #3  |  Link
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I use BD Rebuilder's "Quick-Play" feature for this all the time. I update my "BDREBUILDER.INI" file so that it points (MENU_BACKGROUND=C:\...\menu_background.png) to the image I'd like to use for my menu background. I then use my test folder found here to quickly import a couple fake Blu-ray's to BD Rebuilder. On import BD Rebuilder creates the Blu-ray menu using my image as the menu background. I then take the resulting files for the menu background (M2TS/CPLI/MPLS) incorporating them into my target Blu-ray mirroring the numbering used by the target Blu-ray for each. Lastly, I update the M2TS reference within the playlist (MPLS) for the menu. The process takes just a couple minutes.

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