I use Bytecopy to make MKVs for WD player from my BD ISO files, and they convert much quicker, although I would like to try and make them with Handbrake. Most of the presets in Handbrake are for Apple gizmos.
Where do you get that??? Yes under “Devices” there are mostly Apple settings, but you also have Universal, Android Mid & Andriod High. But those settings are for Portable devices.
For media players you use the presets under “Regular”, preferable “High Profile”. Change the container to “mkv” then encode. This should be fine for most, but personally I prefer to adjust the RF to 19, which takes longer to encode but gives better results.
And I don’t why people keep taking about the presets, these are just the defaults, you can make your own preset using what you feel gives you the best results.
And you can do the same thing, from BD ISO to mkv with Handbrake, Bytecopy is quicker because you can’t tweek the output of an mkv the way you can in HB and the quality is not as good unless you do lossless, then you might as use MKVtoolnix (free), besides that Bytecopy costs $$$$ and HB is free. Also, most people already have something like DVDFab, which can already do BD/DVD straight to mkv, but has the same problem as Bytecopy, you can’t tweek the output.