Originally Posted by mcdcad
@Ric42: first of all BD-rebuilder doesnt copy anything. It REBUILDS the entire disc similar to the way cloneDVD works. By removing unwanted audio & subtitle streams to decrease file size and fit it onto a blank.
If all u want is the main movie then did you even check the option in bd-rebuilder "movie-only backup" ? Does exactly that. Disc with the main movie with audio & subs of your choice. No more no less.
The reason it takes longer to REBUILD a BD is because well for starters the file structure. Its not as simple as with vob files, the m2ts files contain also everything but the info about wich audio stream is wich language, wich subtitle stream is wich language is NOT containted within the m2ts file. Thats in the cpli & related files. BD-Rebuilder needs to process those to correctly identify them.
About not using them and BD-RB being junk. Well thats you're choice and oppinion wich you're entitled too. But for me well, its a freakin amazing program if you know how to use it.
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