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|BDedit is a Blu-ray structure editor. A tool to view and edit a BDMV structure. Donate to get rid of 10 seconds wait at startup.
0.40 (December 22, 2011)
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Download BDedit 0.40 (direct link) (2.3MB) (Portable)
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Authoring (Blu-ray/AVCHD), Other useful tools
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This tool is extremely powerful. Too bad there isn't a decent guide for it anywhere. What little I know about it I've figured out for myself, along with some hints here and there from the developer's thread at Doom9.
If a good, comprehensive guide were available, I'd give it a score of 10s across the board.
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