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13th November 2008, 13:31
Is RipBot 264 a valid tool in writing BD to media?:confused:
13th November 2008, 16:09
I don't even understand the question much less how to answer it. RipBot I believe can make blu-ray folder structures that can then be burned to a disc. I would recommend ImgBurn for the task of writing to a BD-R/E. RipBot is really useful for reencoding video to make it smaller so that it'll fit on a SL BD-R/E, for instance. It's a rather lengthy process.
13th November 2008, 18:37
yes,Thank you for your call back SamuriHL, I apologize, I should have refrazed it better. I am a newbie at this and it seems that all of the forums that I am reading from, all have different approachs, I see some saying use demux and ripbot,etc.etc. I am just trying to find a fairly straight forward approach that will create a backup on a BDdisc, I know how to rip to the HDD and rip to image and I believe I am mounting it properly via virtual drive,and then run it thru TSmuxer using the BD knob but then when I write using Imgburn to my GGW-H20L ,and then play that disc on the sony BD player at the TV it goes to the pic .dir. on BD player but wouln't open there, so I was wondering if Ripbot was one of the process that I should have used, I don't know? I try not to take up your time as most of the info is out there,and I am just trying to make heads or tails of it, I'll keep trying:)
13th November 2008, 18:52
Check out the numerous faqs on the site. They go through a lot of this information.
13th November 2008, 19:48
O.K. thanks,I have mostly been reading the stickys,and they sometimes can get a little confusing in there technicality,so faqs I will look at. Thanks again.:agree: