I'm trying to find a reliable Blu Ray ripper that can keep the original audio while compressing the video. So far every program I have tried wants to convert the DTS-HD or TrueHD stream to AAC 5.1 or AC3 5.1. This is using an MKV container. My goal is to compress the video to about 4GB per hour for 1080p. While maintaining the best audio quality possible. I also want to rip the subtitle but make them something I can choose to turn on or off. What would be the best software to use to accomplish this. I've tried Pavtube and ********* neither keep the DTS/TrueHD option when selecting MKV or any other format for that matter. The only way I can see to keep it is to do a lossless copy but that keeps all the extra baggage of multiple audio tracks, subtitles, previews and full bitrate video. Ideally I'd keep everything original but Plex does not work with unadulterated rips. Plus with my massive library of Blu Rays and DVDs I'd be hard pressed to store everything. This needs to be a Windows compatible ripper. As my Macbook can not compete with my gaming PC for sheer GPU/CPU power.