[qanda]This thread is about the LG GGW-H20L. Click here to see full specs[/qanda]Hi all,
I have a question about burning split (part00001.m2ts + part00002.m2ts) m2ts files to BD-R using the LG GGW-H20L Blu-ray/HD-DVD drive.
I was able to rip the media to my HD using AnyDVD HD, and rather than remuxing, as mentioned in other threads, I simply copied the ripped file structure (BDMV + Certificate) to an alternate folder preserving the format integrity, then copied the (HDBDSplit file, part00001.m2ts, sized to fit 25GB media) to the STREAM folder, renamed it to what it was originally (00011.m2ts â€“ about 23GB) and burned it to BD-R 25GB using CyberLink Power2Go Blu-Ray Data. Made sure to change the File System to UDF 2.5 or 2.6.
The first BD-R (weâ€™ll call disk 1) worked fine in my standalone set (Sylvania NB501SL9 Blu-ray DVD Player) and my PC with no loss of video or sound quality, maintaining Menus, Subtitles etc. However, the second BD-R (disk 2) has been a bit more challenging. I performed the same metod as the first disk but removed all the intro stuff I didn't want and it play in my standalone.
I used TsMuxer to create the Blu-Ray profile of disk 2, burned to BD-R as before and still won't play in standalone unit. I copied the format directly from the original BD and though both versions play fine from the PC using CyberLink Power DVD 8, it will not play in the standalone unit.
What am I doing wrong?
Iâ€™ve wasted three (kind of expensive) BD-Râ€™s and really donâ€™t want to waste any more.