[QUOTE=Kerry56;2754315]I don’t see anything wrong with the DVD’s. If your Blu-ray imports are actually AVCHD, that might cause some issues, though it really shouldn’t.
One solution you might try is to change the format of the imported videos without degrading the video quality by re-encoding. To do that, use MakeMKV to output to MKV files. This will work for both the DVD’s and the Blu-ray movies.
Once you have the DVD’s in MKV format, test them in VLC or another media player to make sure they are working properly. Then put both in the same folder and try importing into BD Rebuilder by clicking File–>Import–>Video Files. BD Rebuilder will, of course, have to be in Quick Play Mode.
As I said, this should work for both the DVD’s and Blu-ray.
Regarding MakeMKV. It is free to download and use while in beta. The program has been in beta status for years now, and it will work to rip and decrypt both Blu-ray and DVD’s, though it will only rip DVD’s to MKV format. You will have to install new beta keys every month or so, but you can get those from the MakeMKV forum, in this thread: http://www.makemkv.com/forum2/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=1053
If you have already put all of the videos on the hard drive, MakeMKV can work with them from there also.[/QUOTE]
Thanks ever so much for your reply with instructions.
I have used MakeMKV in connection with Multi DVD’s & BD’s.
BD Rebuilder reads these MKV files without any errors & creates a BDMV
structure, but cannot be opend with VLC(loops), PowerDVD 14(shows only the background with no buttons), MPC-HC(starts with Title 1 no Main Menu), Daum Potplayer(starts with Title 1 no Video only Audio).
I have looked at the BDVM structure, and there seem to be an error with the generated 99002.m2ts(Cannot be opened.This should show the link buttons to the Titles).