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TsMuxer + AnyDVD HD


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Mitesh

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I am copying my bluray's to my hard drive as ISO images. The file sizes are massive - 45GB for example. There are things that I clearly do not need for example adverts and other languages.

Is it possible to remove these using tsMuxer without losing any quality at all? And if so would this mean I have to rip the bluray using AnyDVD HD's rip to hard drive option rather then as an ISO image.

Powerdvd 9 deluxe does not support the files if I rip the bluray as a folder rather then an ISO image.

So if it is possible to use tsMuxer to remove unneeded files then how would I go about being able to play them again in powerdvd? Remember the entire process must mean that there is no loss in quality in anyway audio or visual.

Many thanks in advance :D
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I know you can do it with dvdfab. However, I question the legality of it.
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At which point did I say I am copying movies? I could be copying home made movies recorded on a camera for all you know lol. Swear down I am not copying movies :D As for dvdfab apparently there is quality loss with it? Do the options in dvdfab such as BD25 reduce the quality? Does it compress the movie?
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