I’ve recently bought Spiderman 3 Bluray which I want to backup as an MKV file for my portable harddrive, at a very high quality setting for both video and audio. I also wanted to make the movie run from my harddrive like a bluray disc, with menus, but in a MKV file which my Samsung TV can decode internally.
However, after following instructions in creating a file from my disc via Blindwrite (with Anydvd already installed - latest version). the Blindwrite program created several “B” files (B00-B21 including B6I, B6T) which I am struggling with. I’m stuck as to which program can decode these files so I can select the audio, quality, etc, manually. I’ve attempted TSmuxR and MakeMKR but none of these can recognise these blindwrite “B” files it appears.
Can anyone possibly tell me the best way to create this MKV file I am trying to accomplish?