I insert the Blu-ray disc, "Life of Pi"
The media server, configured to run my auto-rip script when a BD is inserted, looks up the BD then queries IMDB and scrapes the page to get the release year.
The movie - main title only - is ripped using makeMKV and stored in /home/reencode.temp as "BD-Life of Pi (2012).mkv"
When MakeMKV is finished, Handbrake sees the file in /home/reencode.temp and begins a reencode using the settings for DVDs.
Handbrake outputs the file "High Plains Drifter (1973).mkv" in /home/Movies/HD.
BD is ejected.
I receive an email with the subject, "Your media has been ripped" and a message body stating, "Life of Pi (1973) has been ripped and stored as /home/Movies/HD/Life of Pi (2012).mkv. Click here to rename or move these files."
No cover art image was found, so I click one of two supplied links (prepopulated to search for "Life of Pi") - IMDB
or Google Images
(which open in a new window/tab), find the desired image and copy the url for it. I close the new tab, and paste the url. Everything else is as desired. I click submit.