[QUOTE=mail1000000;2183993]I’m having some doubts about ripping blu-ray.
The questions are these:
1 - Where do I back up a blu-ray, in this case a movie, when I go to play the backup he is without the menu of captions and audio … that is, going directly to the film and leaves no choice … How to enter the menu in the film?
2 - What is the best program to back up a blu-ray? I’m using AnyDVD HD.
3 - Can I back up a movie BD-ROM to a 50Gb BD-R 25Gb? (more or less like dvdshrink did with the dvds)
In order to have the audio streams and subtitle streams options available to choose in your playback software, you need to be launchng from the BDMV folder and not the movie m2ts file.
AnyDVD-HD is the only program that is able to rip BluRays.
There is a Beta version of BD-Rebuilder that can be gotten at Doom9 forums… and it can take the full rip or movie only of the BluRay rip, and reencode it down to BD-25, BD-9 (which is a DVD-DualLayer disc 8.5 GBs but in B/ray structure), or BD-5 ( to sindle layer DVD 4.7 GBs but in BluRay structure as well)
It takes about 7+ hours to encode down to BD-9, not sure how long to /bd-25. Just to let you know, a movie only to BD-9 looks virtually like the original BluRay Disc, and I am not exagerating.
RipBot264 can also do this but seems far slower.
Edit: damn Kerry, you type fast… you posted again while I was typing…lmao