I have burned the project to BD and save the files in the project folder.
However, on the disc, the files is muxed.
In the old day of DVD, demux is pretty easy to get back m2v and ac3.
In the base of BD, how do get back m4v and ac3? Is there a demuxer that can do this?
Encore accepts .264 files, as does the AME. Along with the .264 file, Clown BD will create either a TS file, an M2TS file, an M2TS file in a Blu-ray folder structure, or a Blu-ray + ISO. Why do you need the M4V file?
I want to make a tiny change to the Encore project (menu). I've saved all the files needed for the projects except m4v and ac3, which I expect to be able to extract from the disc when needed (done that for DVD). If I replaced it with .h264 file, I'd have to go through the whole workflow again.
I have created an Encore project a while back, completed it and burned the BD.
After that, I've lost the original m4v and ac3 files. But all files in the Encore project folders are saved.
Now, I'd like to make a minor change in the menu. If I open the project now, it will ask me where are the m4v and ac3 files. I am hoping to extract them from the disc, precise down to each frame.
Is there way to do so? Thanks
Ann is correct. To clarify, your M4V and AC3 files are gone forever. When En built the Blu-ray disc, they were transcoded and converted into muxed M2TS files and put in the Stream folder on the disc.
You will have to use the ripped, muxed files to replace the menu background videos in the project. It should be as easy as re-linking the Video and Audio controls of the Motion tab of the Menu Properties to the muxed M2TS assets.
Yes, that's what I want to do:
Open the Encore project
Change the menu a bit
Rebuild and burn the disc
The project contains .m4v and .ac3 for the timeline and Encore is asking me where to locate them.
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