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I need help with Star Wars 4k77 1080p from MKV files, SRT files?, to ISO file...

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I have a PC. I have a Star Wars 4k77 1080p and I used two ‘Verbatim BD-RE DL 50GB’ to burn. I tested on Oppo BDP 103 model and Oppo UDP 203 model and the two attempts discs will not play. The SRT files, do I need all of them or some of them? I need to know what am I doing wrong or what files am I missing? Can someone do a walkthrough step by step? Be specific if possible. I don’t know how to get these blu rays to work (like clockworks). MKV files and SRT files are the files I only need? What else do I need before I make to ISO file? I know there is a tutoral link ‘How to Burn Any Video File to a Playable Blu-Ray Disc’. I read that article about it and that does not help me at all.

For SW 4k77 1080p, there are 6 MKV files of video and I believe 88 SRT files there.

I did the burns of Despecialized version and it was easy and wonderful and it worked because of ISO file were prepared. Now I am dealing with MKV file and SRT file here.

Please help…thank you for your time.

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So if I understand it correctly, you previously used pre-prepared ISOs, right? So you never had to turn an MKV file into an ISO using a program like tsMuxeR?

SRT files are subtitles, so they’re optional unless you need to view them during the movie. The one huge MKV file (> 40 GB) is the only thing you need to make a Blu-Ray compatible ISO. The smaller MKV files are also optional.

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If you’re just trying to burn the MKV to a disc, it won’t work.

Download tsmuxer, open the MKV with it, set your output to Blu-Ray ISO, let it run (this will create a new 50GB file, FYI, so make sure you have the hard drive space), then burn the ISO output file to a BD using a program like imgburn.

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Good news. I got it working on my Oppo system. I now got the MKV file to ISO file situation out of the way. Of course I have space for the hard drive. No probs here. A few days ago, when I had a probs playing the disk on Oppo system (before that), I took the 6 MKV files of SW 4k77 1080p from ‘Declassified’ MKV file to ‘Bonus PG card’ MKV file and muxing it in tsMuxeR. In the ‘error’ section, I get this message, “Warning! AAC codec is not standard for BD disks!” What does that mean? How can you prevent this prob?

If you burn your SW 4k77 1080p version, how did yours turn out? What other MKV files did you include with along with 4k77 1080p?

That’s all.

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One of the MKV files, “03-TN1LFL” (that 10-second “Team Negative 1” Logo) has an AAC audio codec and it is not compatible with Blu Ray. The audio codecs on the other video files, DTS and AC3, are Blu Ray compliant.

One option would be to change the AAC codec on the video to an AC3 audio codec. Use the free software, Handbrake. Just load that video and select in the audio tab, AC3. As a result, it will give you a MP4 video of the TN1 logo with an AC3 audio bitstream. Save the MP4 video under the same title, “03-TN1LFL” and replace the MKV version (don’t delete it, just place the MKV version somewhere else). Then, try building your Blu Ray ISO again.

Good Luck

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Thank you for the help, alexp120. OK. I did the 03-TN1LFL mp4 part. When I got all 6 videos (in order of appearance)in the tsMuxeR and muxing it to ISO and then I used Img Burn software to burn the BD disk. After the burning part, (here’s the prob) I played in the OPPO system to test and the disk played first the Declassified for 5 seconds and repeats itself and does not go on next video. It does not move on to the other video clip or the movie. Is there something I missed in the tsMuxeR settings or something else? However, I only did the SW77 1080p alone and it worked on disc without any problems. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

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If I’m not mistaken, tsmuxer doesn’t work for sequential videos. It may even be mixing multiple video streams into one file. So, you’re playing through the film’s length while stuck on video track 1. You might even be able to switch to the feature’s audio.

Use MultiAVCHD. Its made for this and will convert that audio that wasn’t compatible.

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I don’t really have time to describe a tutorial, but it’s very straight forward. Drag and drop your video files in order.

If they are red, on the list, the program re encodes them. If not, they’re fine as is. There are some other options, but it’s straight forward.

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Does anyone know how to do the walkthrough for MultiAVCHD (besides towne32)?

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If not, I’d recommend just giving it a try and see how it goes. If you run into problems, ask for help with the specific problems.

Importantly - when you get your finished disc image, just mount it in your OS and see if everything works properly. Don’t waste expensive BD50s until you have it right. That’s always a good idea when you’re creating new images instead of burning something others have already tested.

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towne32 said:

If not, I’d recommend just giving it a try and see how it goes. If you run into problems, ask for help with the specific problems.

Importantly - when you get your finished disc image, just mount it in your OS and see if everything works properly. Don’t waste expensive BD50s until you have it right. That’s always a good idea when you’re creating new images instead of burning something others have already tested.

I never did this before so I am asking for help (walkthrough) right now. And NO I’m not wasting expensive BD50 and I’m not using right now. I am using BD-RE DL which is rewritable disk (if I mentioned in this message). I can erase the disk by using “Nero Smart” and reuse the disk. Works for me.

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And NO I’m not wasting expensive BD50 and I’m not using right now. I am using BD-RE DL which is rewritable disk (if I mentioned in this message). I can erase the disk by using “Nero Smart” and reuse the disk. Works for me.

Ah, that’s good then. Mounting it is still a very fast way to check.