Ripping audio from a TV station recorded blu-ray

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GottaRun
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Ripping audio from a TV station recorded blu-ray

Post by GottaRun » Sat Dec 07, 2013 6:36 pm

Today I installed 1.8.6 on iMac running Mavericks OS.
It sees the drive, it identifies a disk. But no option to rip anything. I looked inside the disk. It has a BDAV folder with the video file called 00001.mt2s
It's not a commercial bluray. It was created in a TV station recording an interview. I need to export/rip the audio.

Thanks for any pointers..

GottaRun
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Re: Ripping audio from a TV station recorded blu-ray

Post by GottaRun » Sun Dec 08, 2013 5:43 am

Does it work on a Mac running the Mavericks OS?

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Re: Ripping audio from a TV station recorded blu-ray

Post by Jon Walker » Sun Dec 08, 2013 12:40 pm

GottaRun wrote: Does it work on a Mac running the Mavericks OS?
Works fine on my iMac under Mavericks. In the last 30 days alone I've ripped all 7 "Doctor Who (2005)" HD season re-releases, the 25 movie "Zatoichi" Criterion Collection release, and at least a dozen other new 2013 releases without any problems.
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Re: Ripping audio from a TV station recorded blu-ray

Post by mike admin » Sun Dec 15, 2013 6:43 pm

GottaRun wrote:I looked inside the disk. It has a BDAV folder with the video file called 00001.mt2s
It's not a commercial bluray. It was created in a TV station recording an interview. I need to export/rip the audio.
MakeMKV can't handle BDAV discs yet. Do you know what software was used to create such disc? How big is the data on the disc?

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