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Thread: Compress movie into BD-R

  1. #11
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    ESBYs? If you mean Elby's then they aren't making the Blu-ray software, it's being written by Slysoft

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    Smile Slysoft's Blu-ray project

    Sorry about the confusion Adbear; I thought that he team that produced CloneDVD was developing the Blu-ray equivalent. Is information available as to whether the computer requirements for the Blu-Ray equivalent of CloneDVD be significantly increased over those prescribed for AnyDVD HD?

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    Hawk,
    How do I encode and compress in one rip? I don't care about wear and tear on my BD drive.

    Thanks.

    softserve

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    If you are not concerned with slow processing and at the same time wear and tear happening on drive.

    All you have to do insert disc and open bd-rebuilder and choose source as a drive and destination as one of the folders on hard drive.

    If you want to burn make sure to look for option burn with imgburn is on and you have imgburn installed.
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    It's not just wear and tear on the drive you have to worry about, if it encounters a single read error then you've wasted all that time encoding up to that point. It's also quicker in the long run to rip to the drive first then encode from there

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    Hawk,

    Are you saying that BD Rebuilder and ImgBurn are the only two programs that I need to rip and burn a movie, irrespective of wear and tear?

    Thanks

    softserve

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    Nope, ya need Anydvd too, to decrypt & rip. BD-Rebuilder does not rip, it only compresses the ripped folder. IMGBurn is used to burn the final output to disc.
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