- Nov 6, 2011
Yes, I am... AnyDVD to break it, Handbrake to.... what? Encode it? And, yes, I'm in Win7.My guess is that he's using Handbrake to "rip" the videos, and it's doing several things at once making the whole process more confusing in the end. That's why I suggested he simply rip the raw video to MKV format.
I don't want to spend just a whole bunch of effort on BD's... I only have about 10 of them. I wasn't all that wow'ed with BD playback on the stand-alone LG player we have, and the disks themselves are quite fragile. We ruined our original copy of Star Trek already.... (I think the darned player scuffed it up,) so we aren't even buying BD any longer.
The other downside is the file size based on what I've seen (and Zxian confirms... 35GB for one movie!?!?) I don't have that kind of storage.
I have or had MPC-HC already, but never really used it for anything... never needed to.