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Learning to Rip and encode Blue-rays
« on: September 28, 2017, 07:30:10 PM »
 

Ricin

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Does anyone know a good place to learn how to do these?

I am getting hit with tutorials with a lot of jargon.
 

Re: Learning to Rip and encode Blue-rays
« Reply #1 on: September 29, 2017, 12:47:27 PM »
 

WaitoKon

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Are you thinking MP4? The "ByteCopy" at www.multipelife.com is very efficient.
 

Re: Learning to Rip and encode Blue-rays
« Reply #2 on: September 29, 2017, 03:31:15 PM »
 

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I want to have the highest quality encode. I am not tried to a particular format.

I might go mp4 or mkv
 

Re: Learning to Rip and encode Blue-rays
« Reply #3 on: September 29, 2017, 05:39:09 PM »
 

WaitoKon

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Well on the .jp retail sites I'm not seeing the encode quality (Mbps) just that it's a Region A on two Blu-Ray disks. More than likely not the latest and greatest if 90 minutes takes more than two layers. I would say to try an encode of 46 Mbps (which should squeeze in 24-bit color and about 25 fps of 1080p) on the rip quality.

Max quality when I tried OggTheora 720p30Hz was 62 Mbps which is only advised if the frames are very active. Anime traditionally has fewer pixels in motion; that also leaves out motionJPEG or AVI.  :duke:
 

Re: Learning to Rip and encode Blue-rays
« Reply #4 on: September 29, 2017, 06:35:40 PM »
 

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Sorry. I do not have a drive or any discs currently. I want to know how to do this in the future. I am planning to get a new computer with a good Blu-ray drive to allow me to rip and encode future releases.

I forgot to add this to the OP. I am tired of relying on random ripping groups that do not always deliver.
 

Re: Learning to Rip and encode Blue-rays
« Reply #5 on: September 29, 2017, 07:34:07 PM »
 

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That's fair, you'll want to look at the WebM format and how it's evolving to encode content suitable for gigabit fiber bandwidth.