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I have multiple video files in the MKV format. I want to turn these into a Blu-Ray disc that would play on a PS3 or PC with PowerDVD. The easier the better; I don't want to mess with bitrate and complicated settings each time if possible.

More details if it helps:

  • I create the MKV files with Handbrake usually.
  • Simple menu on the Blu-Ray would be nice.
  • My burner is a Lite-On IHBS112-29 BD+R.
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Sorry if it is not clear, but I do not want to burn a data disc with MKV files. I want to burn a true blu-ray compatible disc that can be played by any blu-ray player. –  dpollitt Nov 28 '11 at 20:17
    
I edited the question to make it sound less like a shopping/product request. –  Karan Mar 12 '13 at 0:51
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First use tsMuxerR to convert to BD then use imgBurn.

imgBrun will burn BD but will not create menu but on the other hand it is open source.

And here is a link to a short guide how to do it. Enjoy the quality

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If I use the "Build" mode directly in imgBurn, it will just burn the MKV directly to the disc, and that would require a Blu-Ray player capable of playing MKV, correct? I was looking for a solution that would convert it to blu-ray(not sure what format that means), not just burn the MKV files. –  dpollitt Nov 28 '11 at 20:16
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Yes, a BD Player would have to be capable of playing MKV files otherwise you can use tsMuxerR to convert your Matroska files to BD format. –  Darius Nov 28 '11 at 20:55
    
Thank you for your answer. It works and solves my problem. I can say for burning multiple video files though, it is very inconvenient, as it does not create chapters for each file, and it does not create a menu. If I burn a 12 episode season, I now have to fast forward through the first 11 episodes to get to the 12th. –  dpollitt Dec 1 '11 at 18:19
    
Have you tried inserting chapter points as in this guide ? –  Darius Dec 1 '11 at 19:54
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The freeware multiAVCHD seems like what you are asking for (although I have no experience with it).

It supports multiple video files in various formats including MKV, and can build a menu.

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