Deji Vu Blu Ray DVD how do i burn it?

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (Blu-ray)' started by MarkT21, Apr 16, 2008.

  1. MarkT21

    MarkT21 Member

    Having recently purchased a new sony laptop with a bulit in blu-ray dvd burner i was wondering how i burn the film daji vu blu ray film onto a blank blu-ray disk i have got anydvd-hd which has removed the aacs protection with a normal movie i just copy the video_ts files but as there are not any in this format for blu ray how would i got about it and what file extensions do i need to copy?
     
  2. Pelvis Popcan

    Pelvis Popcan Well-Known Member

    If you have Nero, you should be able to simply do "Copy DVD" for Blu-Ray.
     
  3. MarkT21

    MarkT21 Member

    Blu Ray

    Hi , Thanks for that will that be inculded in nero 8?
     
  4. Pelvis Popcan

    Pelvis Popcan Well-Known Member

    Yep
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  5. MarkT21

    MarkT21 Member

    blu ray deji vu

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    Theres 2 options on nero 8 for buring blu ray what one do i choose as i can'nt do a stight copy from external dvd burner to internal one seeing that my blu ray writer is internal and my other external ones a standad writer do i have to transfer the files to my hard drive first using anydvd rip to hard drive?
     
  6. MarkT21

    MarkT21 Member

    Shrinking Deji Vu 47g DVD

    Hi

    I am looking to shrink my blu-ray dvd which is currently 47g to fit on my blu-ray blank dvd of only 25gb are they any programs anyone can surguest to complete this task?

    Any help would be greatfull

    Mark
     
  7. windsorr

    windsorr Well-Known Member

    read the faq in the sticky....
     
  8. MarkT21

    MarkT21 Member

    Deju Vu Buring To DVD

    Having recently purchased a new sony laptop with a bulit in blu-ray dvd burner i was wondering how i burn the film daji vu blu ray film onto a blank blu-ray disk i have got anydvd-hd which has removed the aacs protection with a normal movie i just copy the video_ts files but as there are not any in this format for blu ray how would i got about it and what file extensions do i need to copy?
     
  9. MarkT21

    MarkT21 Member

    Trying To Burn Blu Ray Dvd- Size too large!

    Hi All

    I am having this probelm since I purchased a copy of deji vu blu ray having ripped the movie to my hard drive using ANY DVD HD , I noticed that the movie is 47g way to large to fit on my 25g blank blu ray re-writable disk

    Is there any easy way to compress the file size to fit on my 25g disk i have tryed a program that was recommanded called tsremux but found it to hard to use ? any one with any further ideas on how to complete this task?

    Any help would be greatfull
     
  10. AJP

    AJP Active Member

    How is tsremux to hard to use? Rip the movie to your hard drive. Load the main .m2ts into tsremux, choose the video and the audio you want. Click blu-ray, name the folder and hit remux.
     
  11. Atvar

    Atvar Well-Known Member

    is not hard

    use tsremux to RIP ( not to compress) the main movie and a single audio track, tell the program to output blu ray format but if the result is only one byte more than a blank bd-r you can't burn your work. at the actual time simply not exist a program to "shrink" a blu ray disk
     
  12. AJP

    AJP Active Member

    That is incorrect. You can encode the movie using L4.1 and x264 then using scenarist you can mux a DTS or DD track into a new Blu-ray folder. Granted a quality encode will take 24-48 hours, and scenarist costs $6000.
     
  13. MarkT21

    MarkT21 Member

    Blu Ray Disk TOO LARGE Trying to copy

    Hi All

    I am having this probelm since I purchased a copy of deji vu blu ray having ripped the movie to my hard drive using ANY DVD HD , I noticed that the movie is 47g way to large to fit on my 25g blank blu ray re-writable disk

    Is there any easy way to compress the file size to fit on my 25g disk i have tryed a program that was recommanded called tsremux but found it to hard to use ? any one with any further ideas on how to complete this task?

    Any help would be greatfull
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  14. Webslinger

    Webslinger Retired Moderator

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