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HD DVD converting to Blu Ray

Discussion in 'Blu-ray players' started by Neuromods, Jan 22, 2008.

  1. Neuromods

    Neuromods Member

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    I have Transformers the full movie with menus and all copied from an HD DVD on my hard drive. It has 2 folders, one says (ADV_OBJ) and the other says (HVDVD_TS)
    Is it possible to convert this to Blu Ray format? I would like this movie to be on Blu Ray with menus and all still in tact. If it's possible how can I do it?
     
  2. LOCOENG

    LOCOENG Moderator Staff Member

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    Neuromods, you need to change the language in your sig to something more appropriate ASAP!
     
  3. Neuromods

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    Haven't used this forum in years, how do I edit that and change it? Sorry about, couldn't find out how to get rid of it.
     
  4. vamsilak

    vamsilak Regular member

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    i think its way too early to expect the software which turn hddvd to bd

    and also move only ripping softys like the way just dvdshrink does
     
  5. Ryu77

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  6. vamsilak

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    can we use these 5 stpes to bluray and reg dvd to bluray too i guess and i hope
    thanx man
    ryuman

    where can i found hdifo application please help
     
  7. Ryu77

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    That guide provides a detailed answer (including software needed) for the question Neuromods asked.

    For other conversions there will be different steps.
     
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  8. vamsilak

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    h264 when i went to 23.976 w tick on pull down its stuck and not responding any idea
    pease help
    thankyou in advance
     
  9. Ryu77

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    Vamsilak, why don't you read through that thread and see if you can find the answer... :)
     
  10. vamsilak

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    thanx man
    hey and the other thing
    since this is working may be we can rip/or pull just bd movie-only from the bd disc with out any compression
    may be half of the movies are under 25gb(movie only)

    with out repacking/encoding/changing nothing
    like audio sub titles 1080p vidoe hd quality!!
    just a thought

    this guide is very close to developing a software that can converts hddvd to bluray and bluray shrink/encoder/re-author what ever we/they call
     
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    vamsilak Regular member

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    Hello guys
    i just finished the borne ulti it works
    same quality excellent
    but no audio
     
  12. Ryu77

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    Did you re-encode the DTS audio to ac3? What audio format are you working with?
     
  13. vamsilak

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    yes i choose stream 0 and for somereason eac3to doesmn''t working on my cpu and h264 info as well
     
  14. Ryu77

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    For EACtoGUI to work, you will also need Sonic HD-DVD decoder.

    About h264info not working. I can't understand why. You do know that need to load a raw (demuxed) h264 stream into it for it to work... Don't you?
     
  15. Neuromods

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    Ryu, thanks much! Haven't checked the forum for a long time and just saw this. I'm gonna have to try it soon.
     
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    Excellent info, been looking for this too.
     
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    Neuromods,

    Remove the foul language from your sig immediately.
     
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    Convert your HD DVD's to BluRay:

    http://howto.wired.com/wiki/Convert_Your_HD_DVDs_to_Blu-Ray



     
  19. housonsne

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    I do not think this wiki article can do this work. You will also need a Blu-Ray disk burner, of course. Sony's BWU100A, at $430 refurbished, is one choice. The cheapest going is Lite-On's $360 LH-2B1S. It is too expensive!
     
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    You could always recode to DVD9, which is what I have been doing. I know some here at Afterdawn have said a DVD9 isn't enough... I believe otherwise. I am viewing my movies on a 1080p 46" panel and I am very fussy quality wise. With a main movie only rip and one audio track, using AVC as the codec of choice... I have found a DVD9 to be enough room to maintain quality with very little or no visually perceptive difference from a Blu-ray or HD-DVD source.
     

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