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Best Software's for Merging DVD's & Blu-ray's

roseofpain

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I know there's already a few threads that discuss this but what are good software's for merging 2 DVD's and Blu-ray's into one while preserving the both the menu and lossless quality. I know there's DVD-lab PRO2 & DvdReMake but a rundown of at least the top 5 would be appreciated even if it comes down to personal preference.
 

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For starters you could only dream of keeping it anywhere near lossless if you burned two DVD5s on a DVD9, or similarly two BD25s on a BD50. Even then keep in mind you'd have to create another menu on top of the two DVD menus to link them and to make sure you have something that shows on screen so you can pick which menu you want to go to. So there's always going to be some rebuilding, no matter what. Did you Google this stuff? Top 5's like that are bound to exist. --> Look, here's a paid list already, a 'best free' list and another freeware list. Took me 5 secs on Google and they were the top three results :) My pers fav was DVDLab, but I'm on Mac now. Haven't searched/found anything since so I might as well just use Adobe Encore CS6.
 
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