s55 wrote: ↑Sat Apr 03, 2021 7:25 pm
Use MakeMKV, then HandBrake. Don't try to make their libraries work with HandBrake.
Although this following forum thread is from Makemkv Osx it clearly displays that Handbrake was capable of ripping blurays with the help of libmmbd.
https://forum.makemkv.com/forum/viewtop ... 67eae6b81e
It was not until the 1.3.x versions when libmmbd and Makemkv support stopped.
Re: How to Rip Blu-Ray discs with MakeMKV and handbrake
Post Sat May 02, 2020 6:35 am
mike admin wrote: ↑The libmmbd (from unsigned, unsandboxed, unhardened and otherwise dangerous MakeMKV) still can be used by sandboxed/hardened applications, if it is copied to a proper location. VLC is an example how it works. So, at least in theory, this should work.
AFAIK, placing the aliases in /usr/local/lib, the libmmbd does work, provided you fix the original file name you alias from - libmmbd_new.dylib or libmmbd_old.dylib are the new names in makemkv. The only problem is that any 1.3 version of handbrake now crashes whenever you open a bluray directly in handbrake now. I didn't test hb and previous versions of makemkv (< 1.15.1) though... Everything I've seen from the hb forums, they don't much care that this workflow is broken, ie. using libmmbd in ~/lib...
@swsmith1971 - if you want to rip blurays directly in handbrake, just keep a copy of handbrake 1.2.2 in Applications calling it like "Handbrake 1.2.2" for use when ripping blurays and hb 1.3+ for everything else... if you plan on using makemkv first before using handbrake, then you can just dump hb 1.2.2"