[QUOTE=Kerry56;2167114]You’ll need AnyDVD HD edition to break encryption on a commercially made Blu Ray movie, and be aware that movies with the very newest edition of BD+ protection cannot be copied yet. That new protection was introduced on certain movies on Nov 11th of this year I believe.
Slysoft, the makers of AnyDVD HD, are working on a solution, but I haven’t heard anything about a timeline since the first announcement earlier this month. Check with them for more info.
Once decrypted and ripped, you will see two folders in your movie file, a BDMV folder and a Certificate folder. If the movie is small enough at this point to be directly copied to a BD-R disk, you can burn with ImgBurn using the UDF 2.5 or UDF 2.6. If you want to remove sections, or have to reduce the size, move on to the next step.
Now download and open tsMuxeR. Browse to the BDMV folder, open the Stream subfolder, then look for the 00001.m2ts file and open that with tsMuxeR.
You will see a list of audio, video and subtitle streams listed in tsMuxeR. Uncheck (deselect) the parts that you do not want included. This could be foreign language subtitles or a redundant audio track. On the Output line, click on Create Blu Ray disk. Doing it this way, you may not have to reencode to fit what you want on the target disk. Default settings put a chapter point every five minutes, but this can be adjusted. The hard part is estimating output size. Once you’re ready, hit Start Muxing.
Once you’ve created the new blu ray disk, you can burn with ImgBurn as I described before.
If you have to reencode to reduce the size of the video, look into a program called RipBot264 to work with the 00001.m2ts file from your decrypted and ripped blu ray title. You’ll have to make adjustments to the encoding with H264 to fit your needed output size, and you’ll have to set it to output as blu ray. Be prepared for very long encoding times…depending on the speed of your computer. A Quad core can probably do it overnight. My Core2duo takes longer.
I’m not sure I got all that, I’m a little slow I guess but that was very informative Kerry 56 Thank you for a great post.