Hello everyone, I'm new here, but I just came up with a new (I think) method of finding the correct playlist for Blu-Rays on playlist obfuscated discs and wanted to share it somewhere for posterity. I have been looking for the best method for some time now and I think this is it. I figured this was an appropriate place to post it. I'm sorry if this is already a known method, but I haven't seen mention of it before and it seems novel to me. Mods - if this is the wrong location, sorry and move it please! To do this method, you will need 2 additional pieces of software first: Microsoft Process Monitor (From the Sysinternals Suite) https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/downloads/procmon A software-based Blu-Ray player capable of playing the Blu-Ray disc you want to rip. I use CyberLink PowerDVD. You will also need AnyDVD HD to remove AACS when you actually get to ripping. Here is how to find the playlist you want: Run "Procmon.exe" (or "Procmon64.exe") as an Administrator Press "Ctrl-L" to open the filters. (Alternatively: Filter -> Filter...) (The filters menu may pop-up on launch also) Remove all existing filters Add the following filter: Column: Path Relation: ends with Value: mpls Action: Include Click "OK" Ensure "Capture Events" is on/checked (File -> Capture Events) Start up your Blu-Ray in your Blu-Ray software and navigate to the feature for which you want to find the playlist file Once the feature is playing, go back to Process Monitor and look at the output; there will be a bunch of output talking about various playlists, but the last output should be the playlist file of the currently playing feature. So how does this work? Process Monitor will tell you low-level information about Windows processes, such as what file is being accessed. When your Blu-Ray software reads the playlist file to see what to play, Process Monitor knows that this read request has happened and logs it for you to see. You can now see exactly what playlist is used when playing various features on the Blu-Ray without having to guess or experiment. I hope this helps someone. Good luck!