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Old 2nd May 2021, 23:15   #1  |  Link
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Can't Record Blu-ray in VLC & PowerDVD

I am facing a weird issue. If i try to record a Blu-ray disc playback in PowerDVD it tells me it isn't possible. In VLC I could only capture a black screen and the audio and nothing else. This is a Blu-ray game I am creating and therefore there are no issues as far as copyrights go.

Video: https://www.dropbox.com/s/zibi7t75x0...ay___-.ts?dl=0

Project Site: http://blubird.tuxfamily.org

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What's the Blu-ray disc?
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What's the Blu-ray disc?
It's a custom homebrew Blu-ray disc so it's not going to be in any databases. It's called Blubird and you can download isos from the site.
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It's a custom homebrew Blu-ray disc so it's not going to be in any databases. It's called Blubird and you can download isos from the site.
Why not back-up the 'custom' Blu-ray disc using MakeMKV...
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A non-protected BD (home brewed) needs no particular software to be copied.

Why would one using a screen recorder instead of the good 30-year-old COPY /B ???
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