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Old 29th April 2020, 16:31   #1  |  Link
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How to get rid of fbi warning in full blu ray movies.

Greetings ,
I have been trying for a long time to get rid of some parts in full Blu Ray movies. But keep the movie and its continuity.
get rid of fbi warning. I tried through bdedit and didn't understand the guide.
Of course I have full-HD and full UHD Blu-ray movies
I'd love to help!
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Old 5th May 2020, 15:16   #2  |  Link
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I'd love to help!
Excellent!
Tell us how you did it!
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Of course that was a spelling mistake.

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It depends on what you are making and how you are making it. Are you just wanting to remux or do you want to re-encode? Or trying to keep a full Bluray structure but without the warnings? Can you supply more details of your desired end product?

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It depends on what you are making and how you are making it. Are you just wanting to remux or do you want to re-encode? Or trying to keep a full Bluray structure but without the warnings? Can you supply more details of your desired end product?
Hey. That's exactly what I'm trying to do

"trying to keep a full Bluray structure but without the warnings"

Thank you
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Hey. That's exactly what I'm trying to do

"trying to keep a full Bluray structure but without the warnings"

Thank you
Yep. Itís something that I also miss. Just a basic app that blank the titles that we select with a preview function.
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The easiest 'global' way is to find the FBI warnings (and whatever you want to remove) in the STREAM folder, and replace the files with a 1-second piece of black... Then they are still being played, but you don't have to watch the actual warnings.

If you want to alter the programming so it's bypassing them all together, that ranges from easy to having to decompile and re-program Java...
If it's an HDMV disc programmed in Scenarist, using BDEdit isn't too hard once you learn the commands.
If it was programmed with BluPrint, it's a but more work.

WB Java discs are really easy
Some other studio's Java discs might be easy by editing a config file, but some have the warnings programmed in the Java code itself...

So every title (especially from different studios) will be completely different. Thus the first step is the easiest...
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