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Old 21st April 2021, 07:10   #1  |  Link
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Quick-Play Menus, the hidden gem of BD Rebuilder.

One of my favorite features of BD Rebuilder is the "Quick-Play" (QP) feature. I've been doing something for a while now that others might find useful, so I thought I'd share the love. I create all my QP menus ahead of time prior to building the Blu-ray that contains the actual video files. The test folder I use for creating my QP menus is shown below and can be downloaded here for those interested.



The above folder (192 KB) contains 14 sets of Blu-ray folders as that's the maximum number of titles I like to include per page. Each Blu-ray folder is identical and consists of a single blank video file that's 0.5 seconds long. When going to build the QP menu I update the [Titles] portion of the "titles.inf" file accordingly adding the title names. If I'm working with less than 14 titles I'm removing the additional line entries in each section in addition to removing the extra Blu-ray folders I don't need. If I'm working with more than 14 titles I do the opposite also ensuring I have the desired number of QP menu items per page set in the "BDREBUILDER.INI" file. With each Blu-ray folder only being 13.7 KB in size it takes no time at all for BD Rebuilder to build the Blu-ray and QP menu. I then test the Blu-ray in PowerDVD 18, rinse and repeat until I'm satisfied with the end result.

In my case I only have BD Rebuilder create the QP menu item buttons. Well, BD Rebuilder still creates the Menu Backdrop. I just set it to be completely transparent. (MENU_BACKDROP_OPACITY=0). Instead I include the Menu Backdrop within the Menu Background I create in Photoshop. (See here for an example of what that looks like.) Each of my Menu Background images include the "Main Title" text, i.e. "Episode Selection" and Menu Backdrop that the QP menu item buttons sit on. And yes, my Menu Backdrop looks identical to what BD Rebuilder creates. I don't use the Menu Backdrop created by BD Rebuilder as I prefer to have my Menu Backdrops a fixed width where BD Rebuilder determines the width based on the longest QP menu item naming for a given page. Including the Menu Backdrop within my Menu Background image also allows me to control the padding the Menu Backdrop uses around the QP menu items. Additionally, when going to build the actual Blu-ray I don't even worry about how the QP menu is configured. Having created the given QP menu ahead of time I just overwrite the M2TS (99001-99004) and CLIPINF (99001-99004) files in the final build with the ones from the QP menu I already created. Gotta love it!

And here's some eye candy for your viewing pleasure, including the quick and dirty on the process I follow...
I downloaded the HD streams (1080p/24 | Dolby Digital Plus 5.1) for all 5 seasons of Leverage not long ago via my AmazonPrime account using AnyStream. The file sizes were quite healthy. When authoring to Blu-ray I ended up spreading each season across 2 BD50's. Once downloading the episodes (MP4) with AnyStream I extracted the Dolby Digital Plus audio track from each for inclusion later. (I have AnyStream download the SRT subtitles separate from the audio/video.) I then authored the episodes intended for each disc using multiAVCHD adding chapter stops and subtitles along the way, but not including the audio tracks. (I used Subtitle Edit to convert the SRT subtitles to SUP subtitles.) From there I imported the given BDMV folder into BD Rebuilder, the QP menu being created in the process. And again, since I had created the Blu-ray menus ahead of time I didn't need to concern myself with configuring the QP feature each time prior to importing. I just needed to make sure the "titles.inf" file contained the correct number of QP menu items for the given disc I was importing. The Menu Background and QP menu item namings didn't matter. Once importing I just overwrote the M2TS (99001-99004) and CLIPINF (99001-99004) files for the given Blu-ray menu with the ones I had already created. At this point in my process the only thing left to do is add the audio tracks back, then burning the resulting Blu-ray folder structure to BD-R. To add the audio tracks back I re-author the given BDMV folder using multiAVCHD, the Blu-ray menu remaining intact when re-authoring. (BD Rebuilder does not play nice with Dolby Digital Plus audio, hence why I remove the audio tracks prior to using BD Rebuilder, then adding them back afterwards.)

Leverage: The 1st Season





Leverage: The 2nd Season





Leverage: The 3rd Season





Leverage: The 4th Season





Leverage: The Final Season




Did I mention that I love BD Rebuilder's "Quick-Play" feature. :-P Being able to create the QP menus ahead of time has been a real timesaver. Since my Menu Background images contain everything but the QP menu item buttons it's essential I have a way to quickly build and test a given QP menu, then updating my "BDREBUILDER.INI" file and Menu Background image accordingly if needed building and testing again. In any event, I just thought I'd share the love. Feel free to download my test folder if you like. It can be downloaded from my secure website. I provided a download link near the top of the post here. Enjoy!
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And why not. :-P Click here to download the actual QP menus shown above. This is BYOE though, i.e. bring your own episodes. The QP menu download contains 0.5 second blank video files in place of the actual episodes. To incorporate the above with your own Blu-ray's of each season just overwrite your M2TS and CLPI files (99001-99004) with the ones from my corresponding QP menu and you'll be all set. To carry over the "QP menu item" and "page" navigation behavior as well you'll want to use my "index.bdmv" and "MovieObject.bdmv" files from the particular QP menu.

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Old 22nd April 2021, 21:26   #2  |  Link
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Cool. I love how you have taken a fairly simple feature, and made it look very professional.

I've recently been doing more backups using MKV files for backgrounds to create moving-action menus.

A little creativity goes a long way.
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Cool. I love how you have taken a fairly simple feature, and made it look very professional.

I've recently been doing more backups using MKV files for backgrounds to create moving-action menus.

A little creativity goes a long way.
I love moving-action menus. Very cool and yes, a little creativity does go a long way doesn't it. And to each his own, but I consider your "Quick-Play" feature the hidden gem of BD Rebuilder. I could see the "Quick-Play" feature used as the foundation for a stand-alone application used to create Blu-ray menus with perhaps even the inclusive of a pop-up menu. There's simply nothing else out there like it where you can take a single title or multiple titles already authored to Blu-ray spanning across one or more Blu-ray folders quickly processing the titles you choose creating a new Blu-ray that includes a Blu-ray menu. It's quite brilliant really.
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Designated Survivor (2016)

I downloaded the Netflix streams (1080p/23.976 | Dolby Digital Plus 5.1) for this TV show a couple months ago via AnyStream and my Netflix account. Finally got around to cataloging and authoring each season to Blu-ray. Below are screenshots of the QP menus I worked up including links to my online profiles for each season.

Designated Survivor: The Complete First Season





Designated Survivor: The Complete Second Season





Designated Survivor: The Complete Third Season


And for those interested, click here to download the actual QP menus shown above. And no, the actual episodes are not included. When selecting a given episode a 0.5 second blank video file will be played. That being said, the QP menus can be put to good use. All one has to do is download the episodes via AnyStream and their Netflix account, then authoring each season to Blu-ray as I have done. When building the given Blu-ray with BDRB just make sure your BDREBUILDER.INI file includes the "MENU_ITEMS_PAGE" option. You'll want to make sure the option is set to 11. No other QP configuration will be required. Once building the Blu-ray for a given season just overwrite your M2TS and CLPI files (99001-99004) with the ones from my corresponding QP menu and you'll be all set. To carry over the "QP menu item" and "page" navigation behavior from my QP menus just grab the "index.bdmv" and "MovieObject.bdmv" files from the root of the given BDMV folder. That's all there is to it. Enjoy!

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Leverage: Redemption (2021)

I just finished downloading (AmazonPrime via AnyStream), authoring (SubtitleEdit/multiAVCHD/BDRB/BDedit/ImgBurn), and cataloging (DVD Profiler/My Movies) the TV series "Leverage: Redemption" to Blu-ray.

Below are screenshots of the QP menus I worked up. (Click here to view my online profile for this title.)


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And for those interested, click here to download the above QP menus. And this is BYOE of course, i.e. bring your own episodes. The QP menus contains 0.5 second blank video files in place of the actual episodes. (See my prior post for instructions on how to incorporate one of my QP menus with your own build of the same episodes.)

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Carnivāle: The Complete Series (2003)

I just finished downloading (AmazonPrime's HBOmax Channel via AnyStream), authoring (SubtitleEdit/multiAVCHD/BDRB/BDedit/ImgBurn), and cataloging (DVD Profiler/My Movies) the HBO TV Series "Carnivāle" to Blu-ray. Below are screenshots of the QP menus I worked up including links to my online profiles for each season.

Carnivāle: The Complete First Season

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Carnivāle: The Complete Second Season

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And for those interested, click here to download the above QP menus. (Included are one disc per season QP menus as well.) And again, this is BYOE, i.e. bring your own episodes. The QP menu downloads contains 0.5 second blank video files in place of the actual episodes. To incorporate the above with your own Blu-ray's of each season just overwrite your M2TS and CLPI files (99001-99004) with the ones from my corresponding QP menu and you'll be all set. To carry over the "QP menu item" and "page" navigation behavior as well just overwrite your "index.bdmv" and "MovieObject.bdmv" files with the ones from either of my QP menus. In any event, just thought I'd share. Enjoy!

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Turning subtitle and audio tracks on or off by default using BDedit.

When authoring a movie or TV series to Blu-ray I'll from time to time need to set a given subtitle track and/or audio track to be turned on or off by default. I do this using BDedit. The below example is a movie only copy of Apocalypto where no subtitle track is turned on by default. The first subtitle track in this case contains forced subtitles only. I want the forced subtitle track to be turned on by default. I additionally want the 1st audio track to be turned on by default. In a hardware based Blu-ray player the first audio track would play by default. When playing the BDMV folder in PowerDVD however, the 3rd audio track is played by default. Setting the 1st audio track to be turned on by default covers both uses cases. See below per the required steps to follow using BDedit.

Step 1: Browse to the BDMV folder in question.



Step 2: On the lower right side click the "+" button inserting a new line.



Step 3: Select "Set", "SetSystem", "SetStream", "Imm" and "Imm" from the drop-downs as pictured below.



Step 4: Click in the 2nd Hex field. When doing so the first "Imm" value you set changes to "GPR". This is normal and just something I wanted you to observe. Saving your work at this point (or prior to this step) would ensure no subtitles are selected by default.



Step 5A: To turn the 1st subtitle track on by default enter "0000C001" in the 2nd Hex field, then click out of that field into an adjacent field. (0000C002=2nd subtitle track, 0000C003=3rd Subtitle Track and so forth.)



Step 5B: To turn the 1st audio track on by default instead enter "80010000" in the 2nd Hex field, then click out of that field into an adjacent field. (80020000=2nd audio track, 80030000=3rd audio track and so forth.)



Step 5C: To turn the 1st audio track and 1st subtitle track on by default enter "8001C001" in the 2nd Hex field, then click out of that field into an adjacent field.



When you're ready to save your changes click the "Save" button in the lower left corner. This will update your "index.bdmv" and "MovieObject.bdmv" files in the root of your "BDMV" folder. Your original files are backed up in the same location and named "index.bdmv.backup" and "MovieObject.bdmv.backup". Your original "index.bdmv" and "MovieObject.bdmv" files located in your "BDMV\BACKUP" folder remain untouched. (See the next post for an example where multiple titles are involved.)

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Cobra Kai: Season 3 (2021)

Earlier this year I authored Cobra Kai: Season 3 to Blu-ray. Below is a screenshot of the QP menu I worked up including a link to my online profile for the season.

Cobra Kai: Season 3 (2021)

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As this relates to my prior post...
Episodes 1 and 5 in this case contained force subtitles. Both episodes included a subtitle track that just included the forced subtitles. As such, prior to burning to BD-R I loaded the "BDMV" folder up in BDedit setting each of the 10 episodes to either have no subtitle track turned on by default or the given forced subtitle track turned on by default. To see what that looks like in BDedit feel free to download the above QP menu, here.

And as with my prior QP menu downloads of course, this is BYOE, i.e. bring your own episodes. The QP menu download contains 0.5 second blank video files in place of the actual episodes. To incorporate the QP menu with your own Blu-ray of "Cobra Kai: Season 3" just overwrite your M2TS and CLPI files (99001-99002) with the ones from my QP menu and you'll be all set. Carry over my "index.bdmv" and "MovieObject.bdmv" files if you'd like to retain my "QP menu item" and "page" navigation behavior as well. This would include of course the default subtitle selection for each episode.

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Homeland: The Complete Eighth Season

Below is the most recent QP menu I worked up. I'd been holding out for a UK Blu-ray release, but got tired of waiting. (I own the prior 7 seasons on Blu-ray.) Downloaded the HD streams (1080p/23.976 | Dolby Digital Plus 5.1) over the weekend via AnyStream and my AmazonPrime account authoring to Blu-ray. Watched the first episode last night. Looked great projected at 150" diagonal. The Dolby Digital Plus audio was no slouch either.

Homeland: The Complete Eighth Season

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The above QP menu can be downloaded here for those interested. As with my prior QP menu downloads, this is BYOE, i.e. bring your own episodes. The QP menu download contains 0.5 second blank video files in place of the actual episodes. To incorporate the QP menu with your own Blu-ray of "Homeland: The Complete Eighth Season" just overwrite your M2TS and CLPI files (99001-99002) with the ones from my QP menu and you'll be all set. To retain my "QP menu item" and "page" navigation behavior just carry over my "index.bdmv" and "MovieObject.bdmv" files as well. Enjoy!

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That raises the question of a simple menu authoring software a dream not fulfilled even for DVD (not fully featured suites like TMPGenc but only a menu creator; the only standalone application, Menu Writer is "strange", to be polite)
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That raises the question of a simple menu authoring software a dream not fulfilled even for DVD (not fully featured suites like TMPGenc but only a menu creator; the only standalone application, Menu Writer is "strange", to be polite)
Yes, I would like to see this as well. And BD Rebuilder certainly gets the job done in the interim. Well, for my needs anyway. :-P
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Unforgettable: The Complete Series

Well I'm back at it again. Just finished downloading (AnyStream/AmazonPrime) and cataloging (DVD Profiler/My Movies) the TV series, Unforgettable (2011-2016) which I'll be authoring (SubtitleEdit/multiAVCHD/BDRB/BDedit/ImgBurn) to Blu-ray. Below is what the TV series looks like from My Movies for Windows Media Center. Included below are links to my online profiles for the TV series which mirror my local DVD Profiler database, the "Overview" section of each profile including an "Episode List" and "Episode Guide" with images.

As seen from My Movies for Windows Media Center...

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And here are screenshots of the Blu-ray menus I worked up for each season based on the files sizes of the episodes. Season 1 should just fit on two BD-50's. Seasons 2 and 3 will each be spread across a BD50 and BD25. The file sizes for Season 4 were a bit smaller than the other seasons. Season 4 will fit on a single BD50.

As seen from my Blu-ray player...

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The above QP menus can be downloaded here for those interested. (Included is a 2-disc version of Season 4.) As with my prior QP menu downloads, this is BYOE, i.e. bring your own episodes. The QP menus contain 0.5 second blank video files in place of the actual episodes. To incorporate the QP menus with your own Blu-ray's of the TV series just overwrite your M2TS and CLPI files (99001-99002) with the ones from my corresponding QP menu and you'll be all set. To retain my "QP menu item" and "page" navigation behavior just carry over my "index.bdmv" and "MovieObject.bdmv" files as well. Enjoy!

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Terra Nova (2011)

Just finished downloading (AnyStream/AmazonPrime) and cataloging (DVD Profiler/My Movies) the TV series, Terra Nova (2011) which I'll be authoring (SubtitleEdit/multiAVCHD/BDRB/BDedit/ImgBurn) to Blu-ray. Below is what the TV series looks like from My Movies for Windows Media Center. Included below is a link to my online profile for the TV series which mirrors my local DVD Profiler database, the "Overview" section of the profile including an "Episode List" and "Episode Guide" with images.

As seen from My Movies for Windows Media Center...

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And here is a screenshot of the Blu-ray menu I worked up. Everything will just fit on a BD50, the episodes including the Blu-ray (SUP) subtitles I worked up weighing it at just under 45 GB.

As seen from my Blu-ray player...

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The above QP menu can be downloaded here for those interested. As with my prior QP menu downloads, this is BYOE, i.e. bring your own episodes. The QP menu contains 0.5 second blank video files in place of the actual episodes. To incorporate the QP menu with your own Blu-ray of the TV series just overwrite your M2TS and CLPI files (99001-99002) with the ones from my QP menu and you'll be all set. To retain my "QP menu item" and "page" navigation behavior just carry over my "index.bdmv" and "MovieObject.bdmv" files as well. Enjoy!
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The Blacklist: Redemption (2017)

Just finished downloading (AnyStream/AmazonPrime) and cataloging (DVD Profiler/My Movies) the TV series, The BlackList: Redemption (2017) which I'll be authoring (SubtitleEdit/multiAVCHD/BDRB/BDedit/ImgBurn) to Blu-ray. Below is what the TV series looks like from My Movies for Windows Media Center. Included below is a link to my online profile for the TV series which mirrors my local DVD Profiler database, the "Overview" section of the profile including an "Episode List" and "Episode Guide" with images.

As seen from My Movies for Windows Media Center...

(Click on the image above to view my online profile for this title.)

And here is a screenshot of the Blu-ray menu I worked up. The episodes will just fit on a BD25 in this case, each episode weighing in at 2.6 GB on average.

As seen from my Blu-ray player...

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The above QP menu can be downloaded here for those interested. As with my prior QP menu downloads, this is BYOE, i.e. bring your own episodes. The QP menu contains 0.5 second blank video files in place of the actual episodes. To incorporate the QP menu with your own Blu-ray of the TV series just overwrite your M2TS and CLPI files (99001-99002) with the ones from my QP menu and you'll be all set. To retain my "QP menu item" and "page" navigation behavior just carry over my "index.bdmv" and "MovieObject.bdmv" files as well. Enjoy!
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Six Feet Under (2001-2005)

What can I say. The fun never ends! :-P Just finished downloading (AnyStream/AmazonPrime) and cataloging (DVD Profiler/My Movies) the TV series, Six Feet Under (2001-2005) which I'm presently authoring (SubtitleEdit/multiAVCHD/BDRB/BDedit/ImgBurn) to Blu-ray. Below is what the TV series looks like from My Movies for Windows Media Center. Included below are links to my online profiles for the TV series which mirror my local DVD Profiler database, the "Overview" section of each profile including an "Episode List" and "Episode Guide" with images.

As seen from My Movies for Windows Media Center...

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And here are screenshots of the Blu-ray menus I worked up for each season. The TV series will span across 8 discs in this case. Seasons 1 and 2 will each fit on a BD50. Seasons 3-5 will each fit on a BD50 and BD25.

As seen from my Blu-ray player...

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The above QP menus can be downloaded here for those interested. As with my prior QP menu downloads, this is BYOE, i.e. bring your own episodes. The QP menus contain 0.5 second blank video files in place of the actual episodes. To incorporate the QP menus with your own Blu-ray's of the TV series just overwrite your M2TS and CLPI files (99001-99002) with the ones from my corresponding QP menu and you'll be all set. To retain my "QP menu item" and "page" navigation behavior just carry over my "index.bdmv" and "MovieObject.bdmv" files as well. Enjoy!

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Body of Proof (2011-2013)

I just finished downloading (AnyStream/AmazonPrime) and cataloging (DVD Profiler/My Movies) the TV series, Body of Proof (2011-2013) which I'm presently authoring (SubtitleEdit/multiAVCHD/BDRB/BDedit/ImgBurn) to Blu-ray. Below is what the TV series looks like from My Movies for Windows Media Center. Included below are links to my online profiles for the TV series which mirror my local DVD Profiler database, the "Overview" section of each profile including an "Episode List" and "Episode Guide" with images.

As seen from My Movies for Windows Media Center...

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And here are screenshots of the Blu-ray menus I worked up for each season. The TV series will span across 5 discs in this case. Season 1 will fit on a BD50. Season 2 will fit on 2 BD50's. Season 3 will fit on a BD50 and BD25.

As seen from my Blu-ray player...

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The above QP menus can be downloaded here for those interested. As with my prior QP menu downloads, this is BYOE, i.e. bring your own episodes. The QP menus contain 0.5 second blank video files in place of the actual episodes. To incorporate the QP menus with your own Blu-ray's of the TV series just overwrite your M2TS and CLPI files (99001-99004) with the ones from my corresponding QP menu and you'll be all set. To retain my "QP menu item" and "page" navigation behavior just carry over my "index.bdmv" and "MovieObject.bdmv" files as well. Enjoy!

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In Plain Sight (2008-2012)

I just finished downloading (AnyStream/AmazonPrime) and cataloging (DVD Profiler/My Movies) the TV series, In Plain Sight (2008-2012) which I'm presently authoring (SubtitleEdit/multiAVCHD/BDRB/BDedit/ImgBurn) to Blu-ray. Below is what the TV series looks like from My Movies for Windows Media Center. Included below are links to my online profiles for the TV series which mirror my local DVD Profiler database, the "Overview" section of each profile including an "Episode List" and "Episode Guide" with images.

As seen from My Movies for Windows Media Center...

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And here are screenshots of the Blu-ray menus I worked up for each season. The TV series will span across 9 discs in this case. Seasons 1, 3 and 4 will each fit on a BD50 and BD25. Season 2 will fit on 2 BD50's and Season 5 will fit on a BD50.

As seen from my Blu-ray player...

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The above QP menus can be downloaded here for those interested. As with my prior QP menu downloads, this is BYOE, i.e. bring your own episodes. The QP menus contain 0.5 second blank video files in place of the actual episodes. To incorporate the QP menus with your own Blu-ray's of the TV series just overwrite your M2TS and CLPI files (99001-99004) with the ones from my corresponding QP menu and you'll be all set. To retain my "QP menu item" and "page" navigation behavior just carry over my "index.bdmv" and "MovieObject.bdmv" files as well. Enjoy!

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American Horror Story: Double Feature (2021)

I just finished downloading (AnyStream/AmazonPrime) and cataloging (DVD Profiler/My Movies) the TV series, American Horror Story: Double Feature (2021) authoring (MediaInfo/SubtitleEdit/multiAVCHD/BDRB/BDedit/ImgBurn) to Blu-ray. Below is what the TV series looks like from My Movies for Windows Media Center. Included below is a link to my online profile for the TV series which mirrors my local DVD Profiler database, the "Overview" section of the profile including an "Episode List" and "Episode Guide" with images.

As seen from My Movies for Windows Media Center...

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And here is a screenshot of the Blu-ray menu I worked up. The episodes just fit on a BD25 in this case, each episode weighing in at 2.3 GB on average.

As seen from my Blu-ray player...

(Click on the preview image above to view the full size image.)

The above QP menu can be downloaded here for those interested. As with my prior QP menu downloads, this is BYOE, i.e. bring your own episodes. The QP menu contains 0.5 second blank video files in place of the actual episodes. To incorporate the QP menu with your own Blu-ray of the TV series just overwrite your M2TS and CLPI files (99001-99002) with the ones from my QP menu and you'll be all set. To retain my "QP menu item" and "page" navigation behavior just carry over my "index.bdmv" and "MovieObject.bdmv" files as well. Enjoy!

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