You can use this method that I foound out by experimenting: You must have: "AnyDVD" "Prism Video Converter"......(the unregistrered will convert to high def wmv which the PS3 also plays.) Blu-Ray in drive rightclick in systray on "Anydvd" and choose:"Rip Video DVD to harddisc"-and it will remove region codes! The result will be some folders nearly all empty except a folder called: BDMV/STREAM. In STREAM lies maybe 30 .m2ts videofiles. One of them is real big about 30 Gigabyte. That's it! You open that file in "Prism Video Converter" a real "Aussie piece of work"-to open you will have to let it choose from "all files" Then you choose from the Divx templates ore any other You prefer. DivX has an advantage though-running smothely, not overcompressed, -and most important-You can use the famous freeware program "VirtualDub" to cut it in two-should your resulting video file be over the 4 Gigabyte limit for FAT 32 file system. It is so-Easy! When I get my LG Blu-Ray writer with HDVD player i can back-up all my HDDVD's to Blu-Ray or DivX;-) Subtitles can be gained from sites with subtitles for DVD and converted to the Blu-Ray framerate which is 23.976043 or 24 fps. With a subtitle tool. "Subtitle workshop4" and "Subajust" For subtitles to be shown in a PS3(Playstation 3) they may be hardmatted as ssa files in subtitle tool in "VirtualDub". I would like You to experiment with "AVIAddXSubs" this tool can mux subtitles in .avi which can be turned on and of in Playstation3 with the remote. But I have dificulty with placing the subs were I want them. Greets jens "Lyrik" Bech. And thank You SlySoft! Without Your AnyDVD this could not be done!