HD content to single file?

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (Blu-ray issues)' started by Mensur, Oct 30, 2007.

  1. Mensur

    Mensur Member

    I currently use anydvd with nero recode to back up my dvds to mp4 and play from my mce box. Is there a way this can be done with either HD or BD? The output format itself doesn't matter so much to me, be it mp4, wmv or xvid, just something that is one easy file that can be viewed in mce.
     
  2. Rusty257

    Rusty257 Well-Known Member

    use evodemux to rebuild to one large EVO file.
     
  3. Mensur

    Mensur Member

    Thanks! I'll give it shot!
     
  4. hotdog453

    hotdog453 Well-Known Member

    EvoDemux will do precisely nothing for what he's trying to accomplish. It'll just make a large .EVO file instead of two .EVO files for most movies, but do nothing in terms of playing it back via WMP.

    There's a lot of steps involved in converting HD-DVDs/Blu Rays to an AVI/MKV/MP4 format.

    These two threads I found most of the information I used to do some conversions, and others may have more/more ideas/an easier method.

    Uno
    Dos
     
  5. Rusty257

    Rusty257 Well-Known Member

    lets see if i can remember these steps that i used.

    evodemux to one large evo using preferred streams
    import that evo into nero vision
    export it to the mp4 profile of your choice (it will not play the sound but will convert video)
    import evo into eac3to to convert DD+ stream into ac3
    import ac3 into PX3 to convert to wav
    import wav into iTunes to convert to AAC (m4a)
    import mp4 (video) into Yamb and uncheck audio stream
    import m4a (audio) into same Yamb window
    Convert/Start
    Done

    *understand you lose 5.1 sound but i dont have it anyway*
    *Have not tried any of my VC-1 encoded HD DVD yet*
     
  6. Mensur

    Mensur Member

    Damn, that's getting really involved. Sounds like back in the day when one had to use 5 different programs to do what dvdshrink eventually did. I think I'll just hold off for a while until I can do this with anydvd and one other app. Thanks for the replies though.