Please post here for issues related to UHD discs
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So I could not resist the Harry Potter 8 movie 4K Disc set on Prime day for $72. I am not a huge fan, but figured in 4K HDR I am bettering they look great. Oddly even with the latest keys_hased.txt file so far the first 2 movies it can not decrypt and Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban seems fine and is ripping now. Once I make it through all 8 movies I will send any dump files to their email and post here what I found, but just thought it odd. I am cautiously building my 4K collection as I don;t want to invest in discs if I can't rip them since I hate having to dig out discs and load them in my player. Would rather stream on demand form my NAS.
Can't explain it then first 2 say no key, rest are all fine and ripped fine. Send the dumps and hopefully they will update keys. I may contact Amazon say first 2 are bad and hope the replacement box set they send is fine.
I've ran into the same issue, first 2 films report no key when using the latest hashed_keys file, but the rest seem to be going okay. I also sent my dumps in just in case they're not the same keys, though the situation appears to be the same.
Same here. First 2 won't decrypt, all the rest work fine. I sent my dumps as well.obsidian1200 wrote:I've ran into the same issue, first 2 films report no key when using the latest hashed_keys file, but the rest seem to be going okay. I also sent my dumps in just in case they're not the same keys, though the situation appears to be the same.
Ok, All are opening and ripping for me now! Interesting to note that Chamber of Secrets was the most difficult. Currently on my 3rd attempt to rip after it finally opened. Had read errors the first 2 times. Looked the disc over and it had one barely noticeable smudge (had to be held at the perfect angle to see it). Odd since it went direct from shrink wrap to drive and I'm always really careful about not touching anything but the edges. Oh well. Whats really ironic is that this is the third format I've owned this particular movie on and it was a PITA to rip Every. Single. Time! Probably my least favorite film out of the series in no small part due to the hours spent trying to put it on my server in a working file format. LOL
This is why it is recommended that EVERY disc be cleaned before ripping, even new out of the case. I recommend a 50/50 mixture of water and rubbing alcohol (isopropyl alcohol) and be sure to use a clean microfiber cloth. Solves a world of problems. Good luck.