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how do you make a 3d blu ray iso?

Discussion in 'Blu-ray' started by digital81, Sep 20, 2011.

  1. digital81

    digital81 Member

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    Hi, just ripped a 3d blu ray and encoded the left and right main movie m2ts files so they fit on a bd-9, and replaced the files in the stream folder with the 2 new m2ts files. The problem i've got is the ssif files that still show as the same size as the original streams so when i rebuild the iso using imgburn, the image still has an extra 16gb of info on it so it obviously won't fit on a dl-dvd so the question is, how do you make a 3d blu ray iso from the folders without it being twice the size?
     
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    I just did my first 3D bluray and I used "BD to AVCHD".
    Took a very long time but the result was a 1080P SBS 3D AVCHD whicj I burned to a BD-R 25gig ( although I could have chosen DVD-9 (or DVD-5) in the set-up options.
    The BD-R I created plays back fine on my samsung 3D bluray player , or back in my PC.
    I only kept the DD 5.1 audio.
     

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