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Old 17th June 2018, 23:13   #27421  |  Link
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Why make use of mkv as intermediary? You can import the dvd's as is.
Yes, but the DVD needs to be decrypted. I understand the OP used MakeMKV to decrypt the DVD source.
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Old 17th June 2018, 23:54   #27422  |  Link
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Correct. Also, the one time I tried directly using a ripped DVD, I couldn't figure out how to put episodes from more than one DVD together because the VOB files are all named the same.

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Old 18th June 2018, 13:57   #27423  |  Link
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Correct. Also, the one time I tried directly using a ripped DVD, I couldn't figure out how to put episodes from more than one DVD together because the VOB files are all named the same.

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You name them when they are imported.
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Old 18th June 2018, 14:17   #27424  |  Link
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I use MakeMKV to rip the discs, and all the subtitles are in those MKV files.
And you know that how?
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Old 18th June 2018, 16:09   #27425  |  Link
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You name them when they are imported.
My understanding is that BDRebuilder will only import files that are in the same folder. How can I put VOB files from multiple DVDs in one folder as they will all have the same names there???

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Old 18th June 2018, 16:12   #27426  |  Link
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And you know that how?
Because if I play those MKV files on my computer with either VLC or MPC the subtitles are all listed, and I can choose any of them, and they appear on screen. Also, if I use multiAVCHD, those subtitles are in the m2ts files it creates. I prefer to use BDRebuilder, but I've been using multiAVCHD for these discs just for that reason.

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Old 18th June 2018, 16:39   #27427  |  Link
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Your understanding is wrong. It's simple. Just create a root folder like:

DVDs
-- DVD1
---- VIDEO_TS
-- DVD2
---- VIDEO_TS
-- DVD3
---- VIDEO_TS

and point BDRB to the DVD's folder, it will do the rest
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Old 18th June 2018, 19:23   #27428  |  Link
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Your understanding is wrong. It's simple. Just create a root folder like:

DVDs
-- DVD1
---- VIDEO_TS
-- DVD2
---- VIDEO_TS
-- DVD3
---- VIDEO_TS

and point BDRB to the DVD's folder, it will do the rest
Exactly.
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Old 18th June 2018, 19:42   #27429  |  Link
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Thank you for the info. I will try it.

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Old 19th June 2018, 02:39   #27430  |  Link
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Thank you for the info. I will try it.

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Yeah, sometimes when you haven't done it before, it takes a moment to grasp that. You do the same when importing multiple BDMV folders too. I do that sometimes when I don't want to do the whole disc, but I want the main movie file and some Xtras. So, each BDMV / CERT folder is in it's OWN folder which is titled whatever it is, then all of those folders you group within one master folder, which is the one you import into BDRB. So, as shown above, in my case there is usually the main movie folder with it's name, then 1 folder for each Xtra with it's title with it's own BDMV / CERT folders inside. Then, you just put all those folders into the mother folder above it. I usually just leave the mother folder as 'New Folder' because the name doesn't get used anywhere, and then import that mother folder into BDRB.

Then BDRB allows you to rename each folder if you wish before it imports them into a completed BDMV / CERT final folder which incorporates all the other folders along with a nice menu inside.

***EDIT

Also, when using BDMV folders as mentioned above, I THINK that the running time is included with each 'title' that you import. So, if you don't have enough room to hold the full title AND running times, you can edit those before BDRB imports them. I'm guessing that the same is true with DVDs...

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Old 19th June 2018, 03:55   #27431  |  Link
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Because if I play those MKV files on my computer with either VLC or MPC the subtitles are all listed, and I can choose any of them, and they appear on screen.
For trouble-shooting purposes, I had to ask. It is always a good idea to provide said proof when making a claim.
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Old 19th June 2018, 15:47   #27432  |  Link
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BD Master Toolkit experienced an error 2301

I have been using BD Rebuilder for a long time. Suddenly I am getting this error "BD Master Toolkit experienced an error 2301". on all BDs that I try to compress movie only. I reinstalled BD Rebulder and LAV filters but that did not help. I searched this thread for the 2301 error but couldn't anything. Any ideas?
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I have been using BD Rebuilder for a long time. Suddenly I am getting this error "BD Master Toolkit experienced an error 2301". on all BDs that I try to compress movie only. I reinstalled BD Rebulder and LAV filters but that did not help. I searched this thread for the 2301 error but couldn't anything. Any ideas?
I'd need the entire message. 2301 is where the error occurred, not the error number.

I need to change that "BD Master Toolkit" text, it just confuses people. I was going to create a set of DLLs that could be linked into another program and I changed the text on the error handler. I forgot to change it back.
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Old 19th June 2018, 17:21   #27434  |  Link
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Here's the entire dialog:

"BD Master Toolkit experienced an error 2301 MovieOnlyRebuild() 00075 2301"
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Old 19th June 2018, 18:49   #27435  |  Link
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If I want to help development of BD-RB with donation what to enter as the email of the recipient? Sorry for asking it, but I have just forgotten the way of donating.

Thanks for the reply.
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If I want to help development of BD-RB with donation what to enter as the email of the recipient? Sorry for asking it, but I have just forgotten the way of donating.

Thanks for the reply.
Good for you mate!

Just send all donations to 'lathe.of.heaven@gmail.com' and they will be promptly forwarded...



No, don't do that...

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Old 19th June 2018, 22:00   #27437  |  Link
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If I want to help development of BD-RB with donation what to enter as the email of the recipient? Sorry for asking it, but I have just forgotten the way of donating.
Hi mparade,

last time I used dvd-rb[at]jdobbs.net and jdobbs received it.

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Old 19th June 2018, 22:06   #27438  |  Link
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Hi mparade,

last time I used dvd-rb[at]jdobbs.net and jdobbs received it.

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Could you use PayPal with that address...?
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Good for you mate!

Just send all donations to 'lathe.of.heaven@gmail.com' and they will be promptly forwarded...



No, don't do that...
Sent.
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Old 19th June 2018, 22:17   #27440  |  Link
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Hi mparade,

last time I used dvd-rb[at]jdobbs.net and jdobbs received it.

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thx! Since, it is long time ago I made some donation the last time, it is high time now I sent more than the average. : )
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