Last year, I ran into some problems ripping Mockingjay Part 2 so I shelved it. The problem I previously had was that chapter markers for playlist 706 were out of order. The ISO created with the latest version of AnyDVDHD seems to have fixed this problem, chapter markers for 706 are now in the correct order but here is the problem... The ISO contains 365 playlists in BDMV/PLAYLIST even though AnyDVDHD has identified the correct playlist in the disc.inf file: "playlists=706" Why is this a problem? It may not be a problem for other software packages but it's a problem for Handbrake. Handbrake will try to scan all of the 365 playlists - I've left this running all night and it never finishes. If I try to use Handbrake's single title method, I can only select between title 1 and title 100 where the first readable title is 3 = playlist 7 (00007.mpls). Title 99 = playlist 266 (00266.mpls), Title 100 = playlist 267 (00267.mpls). So basically, it is impossible to select playlist 706 using Handbrake's single title method. Work-Around (For Linux) involves mounting the ISO image created by AnyDVDHD, copying all of the files in the ISO image to a directory and then removing all of the fake / unnecessary playlists: Code: mkdir ISO mkdir MJ2 mount MJ2.iso ISO cd MJ2 cp -ax ../ISO/* . sync cd BDMV/PLAYLIST rm -f 00*.mpls rm -f 007[1-9]*.mpls rm -f 00700.mpls rm -f 00704.mpls rm -f 00707.mpls rm -f 00708.mpls cd ../../.. umount ISO After doing this, I can point Handbrake to the source directory MJ2 and it finds playlist 706 as Title 1. Oh happy days! My Feature Request is this: A checkbox in AnyDVDHD that is used to optionally exclude all MPLS files from the ISO file except for the one detected as being correct.