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Making An .MKV File

Discussion in 'Blu-ray players' started by jah711, Jul 23, 2008.

  1. jah711

    jah711 Regular member

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    Hi all,
    Please let's keep in mind that i am new to all this. Just starting to learn. Some of us are able to pick up on the directions here better than others. I just want to learn one thing-Make my Blu-rays into MKV files.
    I am almost there I believe. I followed these instructions given by RYU77.
    1) Rip BD to HDD with AnyDVD HD
    2) Demux desired streams with tsMuxeR
    3) Re-encode if required with MeGUI/x264 or Nero Recode AVC
    4) Mux with mkvmerge GUI to Matroska (mkv)

    I did (1)
    Did (2) and got the following files from tsMuxer:
    00001.track_4113.264 - 264 file 21+GB
    00001.track_4352 - VLC media file (.dts) 3+GB (VLC player is the default for this file)
    00001.track_4355 AC3 audio -196,832KB
    00001.track_4356 AC3 audio -196,832KB
    00001.track_4357 AC3 audio -196,832KB
    00001.track_4608.sup SUP file - 38,590KB
    Now at this point I am stuck. (3) and (4) are where I am not sure what to do.
    These are the last two issues I am seeking help with. I have Nero 7 Ultra Edition and don't know where to go in this program to do the re-encode. Need assistance with that. And then this Mux with mkvmerge thing. Where do I go to do this? I looked at RYU77 list link and can't see this program there. A little guidance with that and I should be all set with knowing how to do this process without any help. Please someone help me step by step with these last two steps. Thank you.
     
  2. david94

    david94 Regular member

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    ok im not sure about all tht confusing data but basicaly wot ur trying 2 do is copy a blue-ray disc into 1 .mkv file right?
     
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    jah711 Regular member

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    That's correct...I am trying to make a lu-ray into an MKV at 8GB in size to just play on the PC. That data you see is what AnyDVD HD gave when Blu-ray copied to hard drive.
     
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    ok so do u no how to copy the blue-ray dosc to the computer?
    and wot format is the output video file
     
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    jah711 Regular member

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    Yes and thnx Dave for your help.
    I used AnyDVD HD to copy the disc to my computer.
    And I made a mistake in my previous post. The files you see up there are from tsMuxer after the demux process.
    The file that AnyDVD HD gave for the main movie output file is:
    00001 MPEG TS file at 27,903,504 KB in size.
     
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    yes but wot is the video type.

    is it .vob .mpg ect
     
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    All it says in the stream folder is that it's an MPEG TS file. Is this what your asking?
     
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    were u saved the video file to open the folder up and see wot it is.
    not wot anydvd hd says.
    do u no were the video file is saved?
     
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    This is the folder were the files are saved after AnyDVD HD copied them.
    C:\MOVIES\MRMRSSMITH\BDMV\STREAM

    In the stream folder is where this file and other are located.
    There are 27 mpeg ts files starting with 0001.
    This first file is 27GB in size. All thes files say Mpeg ts.
    And (1) 0001.track_4355 AC3 audio file
    And (1) 0001.track_4352 .dts file
    They don't say anything else but mpeg ts
    I have a screenshot but don't know how to add the picture in here for you to see.
     
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    Here is the screenshot of the folder
    [​IMG][/img]
     
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    the link appears to be broken can u just send the link to the image and not display the image itself
     
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    ok can u open up the file which looks like a cone
     
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    can u open the file tht looks like an orange cone (vlc media player file (.dts))
     
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    jah711 Regular member

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    No not really can I open the file. It play in VLC player but nothing is heard and in WMP you hear to short sounds and that's it.
     
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    do u hav eny codec packs installed on your computer
     
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    Yes FFDshow, K-Lite Mega codec pack 400 and Divxplay latest version.
     
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    make sure they are the latest versions
     
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    I've never ripped a BD movie, but I remember when I encoded video into HD resolution (mpeg2) I would end up with .m2t files. I believe this is what you are getting. That 21GB file has to be your video. Can you import that with MeGUI?

    You might need to install Microsoft sdk package to get a proper codec.
     
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    well really i dont know about blue-ray discs but i no about copying dvds so i can only help u a bit.
     

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