I put a blue ray in tsremux it was 26gb when it finished it was 24gb how do I get it to come down on the gbs so it will fit on a 25 gb blue ray disc
You can [I]deselect[/I] more audios so it will fit bd-r/re. If you already done that (choose only one audio stream of your choice) and the output is still greater than 25gb, you only have a couple choices:
- Burn on BD-R/RE DL
- Split the files, with HDBDSplit.
The safe split size using HDBDSplit is around 23000-23500MB. In your case, with 26GB file, HDBDSplit will split into two files, one is 23GB and the rest is about 3GB. Use TsRemux to demux them into Blu-ray so you will get two Blu-ray sets. Burn the first Blu-ray to BD-R/RE and the second to DVD media, both using UDF2.50.
Note that BD-RE is about 700MB less capacity than BD-R.
Hey, I’m new to the group but not exactly new to technology. 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.
Example, I was able to rip the media to my HD using AnyDVD HD, and rather than all the remuxing 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€“ 23GB) and burned it to BD-R 25GB using CyberLink Power2Go. Be sure to change the File System to UDF 2.5 or 2.6. I finally, dragged the (BDMV + Certificate) to the burn location and burn, baby, burn.
The first BD-R (weâ€™ll call disk 1) worked fine in my standalone set (Sylvania NB501SL9 Blu-ray DVD Player) with no loss of video or sound quality, maintaining Menus, Subtitles etc and my PC. However, the second BD-R (disk 2) has been a bit more challenging. I’ve used TsMuxer to create the BD profile and have copied the format directly from the original BD and though the TsMuxer version plays 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.
Drop your 26g file into Nero and re code it. It is slow but it works and no need to split your film.
for the LOVE OF GOD DON’T USE NERO TO RE-ENCODE ANYTHING!
google ripbot264, free and best method to re-encode. won’t created screwed up interlaced files like nero.
[QUOTE=nekrosoft13;2138530]for the LOVE OF GOD DON’T USE NERO TO RE-ENCODE ANYTHING!
google ripbot264, free and best method to re-encode. won’t created screwed up interlaced files like nero.[/QUOTE]
I know what you mean about Nero but personally I’ve never had a problem with it. There again I know loads who have!
Well least trafacanta has got 3 methods to try now and I’m sure they will find one that suits his/her needs