Well, since I already covered how to burn single layer DVDs using the free burning software, IMGBurn, and I have been doing some tutorials on converting your Blu-rays to AVCHD and other Blu-ray based material, I thought it was time to cover burning AVCHDs and Blu-ray disks.
As some of you may remember, I wrote up a tutorial for converting Blu-rays to standard DVDs (that can be played in a regular DVD player) using AVStoDVD. Well, I've found a "better" way. The secret is multiAVCHD.
Recently I had a reader ask me if it was possible to use AnyDVD and DVD Decrypter together. This way he could use DVD Decrypter's IFO mode with the decryption processing being handled by AnyDVD. As a matter of fact, this is very easy to do, and I'll show you how.
From the makers of DVD FAB comes the new transparent decryption software, DVD FAB Passkey. This is a direct competitor to AnyDVD HD, as it operates transparently in the background and supports both DVDs and Blu-rays. This means that you don't have to rip the disk first before using it.
A few readers have been asking me about creating DVD version out of Blurays. Since I happened to be working on that very problem just recently, I thought I'd whip up a tutorial on how to convert your Bluray rips to DVDs using the free AVStoDVD. It's a bit long, but it covers a lot of the strengths of AVStoDVD, including menu creation!
Today I will be covering how to burn your single layer video DVD's using IMGBurn. Usually you will do this after you have already ripped and compressed the DVD using some of the many programs out there. I will cover compressing DVD's in a later tutorial.
Since I haven't written anything in a while and I have been experimenting with the awesome program, RipBot. I thought I would go ahead and write up how to use this awesome program to convert your Blu-ray rips to something more manageable like a console (Xbox 360, PS3) compatible MP4.
Since I just happened to get this phone for myself recently, I have become more and more intrigued about the possibility of adding videos to this awesome device. There are multiple ways to do this (and perhaps I will post them all eventually), but today we are going to use Handbrake.
Update: This tutorial was getting slightly out of date, so I updated it to version BD Rebuilder 0.37.05 (on 2/19/2011).
Well, I've been getting more and more into Blu-ray backup recently, so I thought I would go ahead and post this nice tutorial and screencast combo! I'll be detailing how to do it with BD Rebuilder today, and I will be adding how-to's for other programs in the future.