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Allison

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#1165559
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MKV to BLU-RAY ISO
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ChainsawAsh said:

If the mkv video and audio are already Blu-Ray spec compatible, download tsmuxer and use that to remux the MKV to either a BDMV folder or a Blu-Ray ISO. No reencoding or anything required.

Hey man, thanks a lot. Seriously. This has been bugging me for weeks.

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#1165363
Topic
MKV to BLU-RAY ISO
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I’ve been having a lot of trouble with these MKV files I keep getting. When burned directly, they never quite function properly, and frequently cannot be read on older BLU-ray players. I’ve managed to scrape up some 1080p BLU-ray ISOs of the Silver Screen edition and Grindhouse Empire, but I cannot find a Grindhouse Return of the Jedi ISO and therefore must convert an MKV file I currently have.

Any idea what program I would use? I’m at a loss. I currently have imgburn and handbrake installed, but have had success with burning blu-rays from Encore more often than not.

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