BDHero: open source lossless Blu-ray to MVK with movie info

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BDHero is an automatic Blu-ray to MKV muxer and analysis tool which is free and open source.

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Nice!

I cant get it to work for the life of me.:o

Interesting. I may give it a try sometime soon.

[QUOTE=alan1476;2722159]I cant get it to work for the life of me.:o[/QUOTE]

Hi :slight_smile:
Works for me.
Download > Install > Insert Disc > Run BDHero

Running smoothly.

Maybe I had a movie with BD+. Do you need to run AnyDVDHD with this, if so, its not free.:smiley: I have enough programs that do this and compress it in one step, this is not what I thought it was. But it may be very useful for some people .:iagree:

[QUOTE=alan1476;2722183]Maybe I had a movie with BD+. Do you need to run AnyDVDHD with this, if so, its not free.:smiley: I have enough programs that do this and compress it in one step, this is not what I thought it was. But it may be very useful for some people .:iagree:[/QUOTE]

Hi :slight_smile:
Covering themselves, I guess.

Copy Protection

BDHero does not circumvent AACS/BD+ copy protection in any way, as doing so would violate the DMCA.

[B]BDHero is only intended for use with [U]unencrypted Blu-ray Discs[/U]â„¢.[/B]

Link: http://bdhero.org/

Hi :slight_smile:
Job done.
Total time taken 25 mins.

  • Plays perfectly too!

[QUOTE=alan1476;2722183]Maybe I had a movie with BD+. Do [U]you need to run AnyDVDHD [/U]with this, if so, its [B][I]not free[/I][/B].:smiley: I have enough programs that do this and compress it in one step, this is not what I thought it was. But it may be very useful for some people .:iagree:[/QUOTE]

Hi :slight_smile:
How many programs that are paid for still need a decrypter?

There are free decrypters around too… :wink:

I was running it without AnyDVDHD, that was most probably my mistake. Wont be the first mistake I made with a new program LOL.:bigsmile:

You do need ANYDVDHD. Made a MKV of Avengers Bluray 28.9 GB. For me still pretty big.

Sounds like MakeMKV except open source.

http://makemkv.com/

Meh, I’ll stick with MakeMKV. Still, It’s nice to see others with some skin in the game.

My 1 TB HDD is looking mighty small right about now :slight_smile:

The difference between this program and MakeMKV is not just that it is open source. MakeMKV does its own decryption.

The novelty of this program is the fact that it works with metadata, finds cover art and chapter names.

To me Make .mkv is much better, but , they are both freeware, so nobody can lose anything but time.:flower:

@ ivid: My 4 TB is looking mighty small. LOL.

What happened ? They looked so big not long ago. Damn that Peter Moore and his laws !