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Thread: Pick and choose what you want on your 25 gb backup

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    Smile Pick and choose what you want on your 25 gb backup

    I have three criteria for my Blu-ray backups:

    1. I like to keep the menus and extras.
    2. I remove the previews and other annoyances.
    3. I burn to a 25 gb disc.

    I haven't been able to find a one-shot piece of software to do this (Looks like Slyce will do it but it isn't here yet.) but I have been able to combine two programs that will do the job. I use Clown_BD BD Copier to remove what I don't want. Then run BD Rebuilder to compress the output of BD Copier to a 25 gb disc. I've tried it with about a dozen discs so far with excellent results. The only caveat is the author of BD Rebuilder will not provide support when his program is used this way. Just thought I'd share.

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    You do know that bdrb has the power to keep menu and movie too right? Along with the power to blank out unwanted material and can shrink the disc too. So it is a one stop solution. You're just not using it that way.

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    I looked at that but the blanked item was greyed out. How do you turn it on?

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    add
    ENABLE_BLANKING=1
    into the BDRebuilder.ini file

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    OK, unless I am mistaken again, I looked at "Blank Item" and it does not give the same granularity that is, I can't blank a specific warning or notice by nnnnn.mpls that I can with BD Copier.

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    Yes you can, only to do manual blanking you need to double click on the disc title in the tree view to see all titles. After that its just a matter of previewing and blanking.

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    Okay, the only way I got most of the titles to show was to check "Movie & Menus (Auto-blank Extras)" under "Mode" and then I went in and unblanked what I wanted.

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    True but if you double click on the disc title, you go into manual blanking mode and see alot more titles and copyright etc crap you can remove/unblank
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    GPU: Asus GTX 680 DirectCU II OC 2GB || Screen: Asus VG278 || HDD: 2x Samsung Spinpoint F1 1TB
    Op. Drive 1: LG BH16NS40 || Op. Drive 2: LG BH10LS30 || Op. Drive 3: LG GH20NS10

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    Thanks Ch3vr0n and Adbear, you've been a big help.

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