BDtoAVCHD - One Click Blu-Ray to BD5/BD9/BD25/MKV
BDtoAVCHD is a tool to create AVCHD discs from Blu-Ray or MKV files. As output we get the folder structure ready to burn
to a DVD5 or DVD9. The software compresses the video to achieve the desired overall size of 4.7 GB or 8.5 GB with the highest possible quality.
The AVCHD format allows playback the same type
of content that a Blu-Ray and holding high definition (1080p) but on DVD5 or DVD9 media. It is ideal for backing up Blu-Ray's with much smaller
size and maintaining high quality.
BDtoAVCHD is created with the idea that is very simple and quick to use and obtain the best possible quality in a DVD5 media.
To achieve this avoids unnecessary conversions and do not need any codec installed as avisynth, ffdshow or Haali media splitter. The discs
obtained are compatible with almost any Blu-Ray player or PS3.
Also can convert Blu-Ray to MKV, MKV to AVCHD, Blu-Ray 3D to AVCHD/MKV 3D SBS/TAB and ability to encode MKV's using x265/HEVC codec.
- Finds the main .m2ts file for the movie by just selecting the BDMV folder or Blu-Ray root.
- Extract all information from the audio tracks, video and subtitles: length, language, format, etc.
- Extract chapter information or allows to add it.
- Select default audio track based on the language preferences and most appropriate criteria for the best quality but can also be set manually.
- Calculates the video bitrate to fill the DVD5 / DVD9 (most of the times gets filled between 99-100%).
- Converts audio (only if necessary): PCM to AC3, DTS-HD MA to DTS Core, DTS to AC3, etc.
- Detect delays in the original audio tracks and transfers them to the final job.
- Recompress the video using x264 64-bit if the computer supports it.
- Do not use external codecs like avisynth or ffdshow or Haali splitter in the process of video conversion.
- We can select a forced subtitle track is active by default when playing the disc.
- Allows to program multiple conversions in the queue and execute them one after another automatically.
- Multitasking: be can add new jobs in the queue while processing others.
- Various output sizes: DVD5 / DVD9 / USB 4GB / BD-25 and Custom.
- Ability to create a BD-25 without re-compressing video (BDRemux).
- MKV as alternate output: allows to convert Blu-Ray to MKV recoding the video or without recoding (BDremux).
- 3D ready: from Blu-Ray 3D we can get a AVCHD 3D or MKV 3D SBS/TAB.
- MVC encoding: ability to shrink 3D Blu-Ray to BD25/BD9 maintaining 3D MVC format (Intel Quick Sync encoder).
- Ability to encode MKV's using x265/HEVC codec.
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QUICK OPERATION - HELP
The first step is to select the file to convert. There are two options: convert a Blu-Ray or MKV file (Matroska container).
In the case of a Blu-Ray will use the Open BD Folder option and you can select either a folder that contains the structure of a Blu-Ray
(one copy) or directly a Blu-Ray disc. In the case of an original disc will be necessary to install a ripper program such as Any DVD HD to decrypt the disc. In the case of an MKV file will use the option
Open Video File and it must contain a copy of the tracks on a Blu-ray preferably without re-compressing the video (a BDRemux).
If the source file is an ISO image will need to mount the image first using e.g. DVDFab Virtual Drive (freeware). Then open the appropriate drive letter with Open BD Folder option.
After opening the file shows all the information on this: format, audio tracks, languages, subtitles, chapters, etc.
Now just have to select the audio track we want to convert, the format of this and so if we add a subtitle and the type of output media
(DVD5 / DVD9 / USB 4GB / BD-25 / Custom). The program will automatically calculate the bitrate that should have the video for the selected
Finally once all the options selected by pressing the Add to Queue is added to the queue and work can start converting
by clicking Start Jobs or schedule another work, repeating the process. At any time you can add new jobs in the queue whether a conversion
is in progress or not.
That's it! Now we just need to wait several hours (depending on the power of the PC) until finish the conversion will go to the
configured folder (default C:\AVCHD\...). In this folder you get the file structure of an AVCHD ready to burn with any burning software.
Simply select the entire contents of the folder and burn the DVD with UDF 2.50 file format this is very important. We recommend using the free
ImgBurn because it automatically detects that are creating an AVCHD disc and set
up properly recording options such as UDF 2.50.
The AVCHD disc obtained may reproduce virtually in any Blu-Ray player or PS3.
Version 2.2.1 (10/04/2014)
- Improved: HEVC encodes without using Avisynth/avs2yuv.
- Improved: changed 3D tags in filenames to be compatible with XBMC 3D SBS/TAB auto detection based in filenames.
- Updated: internal MVC tools to Intel Media SDK 2014 R2.
- Updated: x265 encoder to version 1.3+282
Version 2.2.0 (09/19/2014)
- New: initial support to encode MKVs using the x265 codec (HEVC).
- New: codec x265 v1.3+206 has been added to the installer package.
Version 2.1.7 (09/11/2014)
- Fixed: in some interlaced sources (AVC 29.97i / 25i) incomplete conversion due bad frame count.
Version 2.1.6 (08/29/2014)
- Improved: In 2D+3D.ISO output mode forced subtitles are individually flagged as forced (at stream level) since TsMuxer cannot make a whole track as forced in MovieObject.bdmv
- x264 updated to revision r2479.
- Mkvmerge updated to version 7.1.0
Version 2.1.5 (05/15/2014)
- New: Ability to open .mpls files from BD folders (added to "Open Video File" button).
- Workaround to fix crashes when TeamViewer is running in same computer.
- Small fixes and general improvements.
Version 2.1.4 (04/27/2014)
- x264 updated to revision r2431.
- Mkvmerge updated to version 6.9.1
- BDSup2Sub updated to version 5.1.2.
Version 2.1.3 (03/16/2014)
- Improved: slightly better MVC encoding speed.
- Improved: in MVC encoding for BD9, parameters max_rate and buffer_size 25000 25000 are used (better optical media compatibility).
- Fixed: random MVC encoding fails on SW mode.
- Fixed: artifacts/pixelation MVC encoding on some systems (HW acceleration).
- x264 updated to revision r2409.
Version 2.1.2 (02/26/2014)
- New: Ability to shrink 3D Blu-Ray to BD-25 or BD9 keeping 2D+3D ISO MVC format (movie only). The obtained BD9 discs are playable on most 3D Blu-Ray players.
Version 2.1.0 (01/24/2014)
- New: Output mode 2D+3D .ISO (BD Remux) if input is a 3D Blu-Ray. Can also determine if there is enough space on a BD-25 without recompress the video.
- New: 3D button on main window for selecting the 3D output mode for the current conversion (2D/SBS/TAB/2D+3D .ISO). Appears only if the input is a 3D Blu-Ray.
- Improved: Scan Bitrates function scans .ssif files in 3D Blu-Ray.
- Improved: MVC/AVC eye assignation (left-right) is shown also in source proprieties (main window).
- Improved: removed Haali Matroska Muxer of the installation package as it is not needed anymore. In some conversions that required to create a temporary MKV, now an alternate/more direct method is used.
- x264 updated to revision r2389.
- Mkvmerge updated to version 6.7.0
- Added tsMuxeR version 2.6.12
Version 2.0.0 (01/10/2014)
- Updated the runtime libraries to better Windows 8.1 support.
- Improved: GUI appearance and fixes some controls in Windows 8/8.1
- Several improvements in the installer.
- Improved: system of automatic notification and download of new versions. Less intrusive and allows to postpone the download later.
- Should fix (rare) crashes reported by some users in Windows 7 64-bit.
- New: integrated "Intel Media SDK System Analyzer" tool in the Help menu. Shows system compatibility with Intel Quick Sync Video acceleration and information about graphics drivers installed.
- Improved: default output folder is created on current user profile folder "C:\Users\user_name\BDtoAVCHD" and default temp folder is created on current user temp folder "C:\Users\user_name\AppData\Local\Temp\BDtoAVCHD".
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