Hello all! I have been backing up my own commercial Blu-rays (that I already own) for quite a while now; normally I use a combination or either ANYDVD or DVDFAB, etc. Usually I simply will back up my movie on a BD-25 and in the past I have used the DVDFAB function 'Blu-ray to DVD' to burn the extras that I want to a DVD5. BUT... since I have an embarrassingly OLD PC with a single core AMD, these things usually take overnight, which for the full feature is fine with me, but there MUST be a faster, easier way to make the extras playable so that I don't have to take TWO FULL overnights just to get both the feature AND the extras... I was HOPING that since I can use DVDFAB to rip the M2TS files directly from the extras, AND it only takes a few minutes, it sure would be GREAT if there was a VERY simple and easy way to make these resulting M2TS files play on my OPPO, which it normally CANNOT play directly. YES, I have tried MultiAVCHD and I'm sure it is a lovely program, BUT it just does NOT work when I go to play back the resulting disc in my OPPO. It recognizes it as an AVCHD disc, but when it goes to the 'Top Menu' it just stops and that's it. And I've tried this numerous times. And again, the re-rendering takes a REALLY long time. What I would LIKE to be able to do would be just to find SOME way to take the raw M2TS files and simply make them playable in some EASY, fast way (I hope) on my OPPO. I've tried running the M2TS files through MKVMerge since my OPPO does indeed play MKV files, but sometimes they play okay if they are in SD and sometimes if the extras are in HD they seem to play, but I cannot see anything. I was HOPING that placing the M2TS files in the MKV containers would do the trick, but for some reason it does not usually work. In almost all cases I will be burning these extras to either DVD5s or DVD9s. Is there a way I can simply trick my OPPO into playing the M2TS files by just placing them in the proper AVCHD folder structure, since my OPPO does play them? In other words can I just make a folder called 'AVCHD' and put the M2TS file(s) in it (or use multiple AVCHD folders - at this point, I do not CARE if they just play sequentially without any menus, as long as they just PLAY!) and can I create a blank 'CERTIFICATE' folder and then just somehow burn them using IMGBurn and then will it play on my OPPO? I figure that since my OPPO does indeed end up playing the actual M2TS files WITHIN the usual 'BDMV' / 'CERTIFICATE' format on Blu-rays anyway, there MUST be some easy direct way to place the M2TS files into SOME kind of structure or folders where the player will recognize and play them, right...??? Is there ANY way possible to do this simply WITHOUT any kind of software or rendering that needs to take place, just to make the dang M2TS files play?!! Again, this is specifically for my ripping ONLY the extras off of my own Blu-rays and backing them up on DVD and I want them to be PLAYABLE on my OPPO WITHOUT having to put my poor, OLD single core CPU through a whole night of re-encoding. Thanks!!!