Quote: Originally Posted by Plecto
Sorry for the late response. Do you got any programs to recommend which can convert these files to MPEG4 or MPEG-TS?
Pulling the H.264 video out of the MKV container and into am MPEG4/2-TS container is harder than converting straight from the disc and requires multiple programs. There is an app called MeGUI that runs with AviSynth and MKVToolNix but it's a multi-step process.
Quote: Originally Posted by Ponmayilal
When I convert to mkv (mostly as an experimenter), I usually use direct rendering of one subtitle ( and that is English ) to the Video, so that the subtitle always plays with the Video. Of course you cannot do away with the subtitles but we are always happy with it.
My advice (like it or not): Play the original BDs with a BD optical drive/software player and enjoy the BDs in all their glory with all features facilitated.
I second that. If you have the BDs and you REALLY want to play them as files without the disc, download the newest version of Handbrake (HandBrake
) and set it to your liking. Keep in mind you need a hefty processor to chew the video in a timely fashion. My six core process or at 3.6ghz encodes slightly slower than real time (maybe 0.92x) on four cores (handbrake is not 6-core friendly)