Most Blu-ray players support other formats these days. Which is why there are not many good Blu-ray conversion/authoring programs available. The ones that are available, from various companies like DVDFab, Aiseesoft, or Leawo often cut corners in order to enable best possible speed, and the quality always suffers as a result.
VSO, the makers of ConvertXtoDVD, have one you can try called VSO Video Converter: http://www.vso-software.fr/products/video-converter/vso-video-converter.php I have not tried this one myself.
I don't use an all in one solution personally, but can make a Blu-ray that is fully compliant to specifications of that format using free tools as long as I don't want a menu. But the tools I use for that are not one-click simple. If you are interested, they are MeGUI to make a fully compliant raw .h264 video stream and AC3 audio stream, and Easy BD Lite to author to Blu-ray format.