These days I find I don't have as much time as I used to, so when I want to copy a movie, I want it to be done, well, fast. I also can't stand the damned animated menus, warnings, "trailers", prohibited user operations, etc. I just want to watch the movie, and only the movie.
I usually use DVD-Rebuilder/CCE in "movie only" mode. It's easy without compromising quality for most movies. Unfortunately DVD-RB seems oblivious to forced subtitles in movie-only mode. I know an easy workaround for it, but the problem is finding out whether the movie actually has the forced subtitles. It sucks to find out when watching the movie on Friday night with the girlfriend, you know?
My goal is to find a way to quickly identify forced subtitles. Correct me if I'm wrong but there are two types: actual "forced" subtitles contained within a subtitle stream; and a separate subtitle stream just for the forced subs.
I'd prefer a tool that can check all the streams at once in one pass, and batch capability would be a big plus... but I don't know of any such beast. Is there any way to get this sort of functionality with more versatile tools?
Thanks in advance.