how to keep chapters when ripping blu ray to .m2ts

Discussion in 'Codecs, External Players' started by montecristo, January 19, 2010.

  1. montecristo

    montecristo Portal Pro

    May 29, 2008
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    hi guys,

    i managed to play blu ray (from HDD) in MP with subtitles included.
    playing blu ray from the disc in MP is not working (yet) -> i know this is not supported in MP

    but there is one thing thats kinda annoying.
    choosing chapters doesn't seem to work.
    what i did is copy a blu ray movie to HDD with dvdfab in a .M2TS file.
    so, as i understand this is no conversion but rather a copy of the movie (extra's not included).

    is there a way i can rip my huge collection of 6 blu rays to .M2TS, MKV or any other format with chapters included and no loss of video and audio quality?
    and maybe something thats rather quick because the one blu ray rip i tried took me more than 3 hours.



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  3. Jaybeam

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    It can be done if you demux the chapter file with eac3to and mux it into mkv with mkvmerge GUI.
    A how to guide can be found here.

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