How To Rip Blu-ray Movies

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (Blu-ray issues)' started by Morpheus, Mar 10, 2007.

  1. Morpheus

    Morpheus Guest

    guys how do you ripp blu-ray dvds to you hard drive with any dvd i just bought the sony BWU 100A today any help would be appreaciated thx
     
  2. Webslinger

    Webslinger Retired Moderator


    Right click fox icon on your toolbar. Select "rip video HD DVD/Blu-ray to Harddisk"
     
  3. Morpheus

    Morpheus Guest

    webslinger how do i burn a blu-ray after i ripp it thx
     
  4. Webslinger

    Webslinger Retired Moderator

    You can't with Slysoft software, and you would need a Blu-ray burner.
     
  5. Morpheus

    Morpheus Guest

    what do i have to use thx
     
  6. DetroitBaseball

    DetroitBaseball Well-Known Member

    A burner and software to burn the movie.
     
  7. Morpheus

    Morpheus Guest

    can you guys give me a few ideas on what software to use to burn thx
     
  8. DetroitBaseball

    DetroitBaseball Well-Known Member

    I don't know of any software that can burn a Blu-Ray movie. Use google.
     
  9. Webslinger

    Webslinger Retired Moderator

    You would need a Blu-ray burner, the latest version of Nero (or something capable of burning BD-R or BD-RE), and BD-R or BD-RE blank media.
     
  10. Morpheus

    Morpheus Guest

    i just bought the new sony blu-ray burner today and i have nero i am ripping Casino Royale right now when its done ripping what files do i burn using nero i see alot of files in the folder that i am ripping Casino Royale to thx
     
  11. Webslinger

    Webslinger Retired Moderator

    I've never tried this:

    from http://wesleytech.com/backupbluray-guide/83/

    "Burn your backup files to a BD-R or BD-RE disc! Create a directory on your Harddrive named “BDMV”. Copy all of the files out of the original BDMV directory on the BD-ROM Disc except for the “stream” directory. Afterwards create a new subdirectory inside of the BDMV directory on your harddrive and name it “stream”. Place your decrypted M2TS files inside of this new stream directory. Burn your entire, newly completed “BDMV” directory to a blank BD-R or BD-RE disc using the newest version of Nero or any other software capable of burning Blu-ray Recordable media. You should then be able to playback the disc using a Blu-ray Software player such as WinDVD Blu-ray edition. Reports on Doom9 also indicate that the PS3 won’t be able to playback BD-R movies with a “BDMV” structure yet."

    "37.jimbo said …

    I’m fairly certain that if “AACS” and “CERTIFICATE” directories are placed on a BD-R/RE with a ripped “BDMV” directory, you can play the disc on a PS3 and other stand-alone BD-players. "
     
  12. authorhd

    authorhd Member

    If you burn the ripped Blu-ray on a BD /BR-R with Nero don't forget to use UDF 2.5 in the burning settings... then it will work perfectly in a standalone player (e.g. Panasonic...)...
     
    Last edited: Mar 10, 2007
  13. Morpheus

    Morpheus Guest

    ok guys gonna try all this stuff and see what happens thx a ton
     
  14. colinhunt

    colinhunt Well-Known Member

    Did that and tested the disc on PS3 and Panasonic, didn't work in either one.
     
  15. authorhd

    authorhd Member

    How did you exactly burn the BD/R or /RE? The BDMV is in the root directory of the BD/R /RE..?
    You have made new Title in Nero using Blur-ray-Disk (UDF), then in the UDF tab choose manual settings and File System Version: UDF 2.5 not 1.02. Burn it and its working in the Panasonic.
     
  16. colinhunt

    colinhunt Well-Known Member

    That is exactly what I did, and it did not work.
     
  17. Dead_Bandit

    Dead_Bandit New Member

    Try Roxio DVDit Pro HD:
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  18. colinhunt

    colinhunt Well-Known Member

    Thanks, I'll give that a shot.
     
  19. colinhunt

    colinhunt Well-Known Member

    DVDit Pro HD starts the writing process, but stops in a second with an error message "Unexpected device sense code: %0 -27240"

    The drive's a Panasonic LF-MB121 with Philips BD-RE 2x media.
     
  20. colinhunt

    colinhunt Well-Known Member

    Managed to get DVDit to burn; had to install a new PX Engine and ASPI 4.70 first. For some reason the disc got burned at 1x, and therefore took a looooooong time to finish. Happily enough it was worth it: the disc plays fine in Panasonic BD10, and PDVD 7.3 plays it also like a regular Blu-ray disc.