Can I rip Video + HD Audio only?

Discussion in 'CloneBD' started by Krawk, Oct 27, 2017.

  1. Krawk

    Krawk Well-Known Member

    When trying to rip a BD movie, for video I opt to copy original video, then for Audio I choose to rip the DTS-HD MA track only without recode. I have deselected all the other audio tracks.

    The resulting MKV file has the video, the DTS-HD MA audio track PLUS a Dolby Digital 2.0 track. Where did that track come from? This adds an extra step as I have to remux each MKV to remove the 2.0 audio track. Am I missing a step somewhere during the rip process?

    I have the means to play a file with HD audio only in it, I do not need to fallback track, thank you.
     
  2. Krawk

    Krawk Well-Known Member

    Did I mention I have a purchased key?
     
  3. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    @hart2hart i suggest you promote alternate third party products in the third party forum or somewhere else all together? Nobody's talking about AnyDVD. This is the CloneBD section.

    @Krawk all HD audio has a "core" component though in most cases this is a 5.1 track, not 2.0. Please provide a clonebd logfile so the developers can have a look
     
  4. hart2hart

    hart2hart Well-Known Member

    @Ch3vr0n No desire to promote anything. Just lost track of section and thought OP wasn’t getting a reply after several days because he was asking a MakeMKV related question. Forgive me for attempting to direct someone.
     
  5. HT_Enthusiast

    HT_Enthusiast Active Member

    If you load it back up in CloneBD and go back to where you deselected the audio tracks - are there additional audio tracks below that were not unchecked? I have noticed that since that window to select/deselect tracks is so small, i sometimes forget to scroll down and deselect tracks further down on the list (especially if the movie has multiple languages).

    I only use lossless audio (when available), can confirm DTS-HD normally comes across as a single audio track when all others are deselected (when viewing codec information in VLC).