Thanks Ryu. H264 codec, what uses that, is it what RipBot uses? I see x264 in the tools folder of RipBot. I have a 61" TV and want to get the best quality. I downloaded MeGUI with x264 and when I open the GUI I don't see how you import the file you want to recode. Well, I want to write to a BD-R. After ripping the disk the movie/feature m2ts is 20GB. So you say recoding is not necessary. Burning that directly would be the best quality right? And if I don't care about getting the audio down to only one track can I skip the tsmuxer as well and go straight to ImgBurn? The audio is in the m2ts file so the I am judging the size to fit on the disk is correct, right? I'd like to add one extra content m2ts video on the bd-r and the total of the two m2ts files is less than 24 GB. On a different topic: Is there a way to keep the menu or is that complicated?