Blue Planet II

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stepmback
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Blue Planet II

Post by stepmback » Wed Sep 30, 2020 9:23 pm

I just purchased my second copy of Black Hawk down and am getting errors. I had the errors with the original as well.

I also bought Planet Earth II/Blue Planet II combo and ripped those from UHD. All the episodes were able to rip except two..

I am attaching the Blue Planet II log. The read rate slowing drops when ripping then goes zero and stops.
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dcoke22
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Re: Blue Planet II

Post by dcoke22 » Wed Sep 30, 2020 9:33 pm

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002003:0000 Error 'Internal error - Operation was cancelled (133)' occurred while reading '/BDMV/STREAM/00058.m2ts' at offset '782628864'
That seems bad.

stepmback
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Re: Blue Planet II

Post by stepmback » Thu Oct 01, 2020 6:32 pm

I agree. Does this mean bad drive or bad disc. I am able to rip many UHD but I do run in to about 10-15% that have this issue. I have ripped about 30 discs and I would say 4-5 wont rip.. I get errors. I have tried Black Hawk Down twice with two seperate discs and get errors.

I almost never have problems ripping blu-rays. I have ripped thousands and have probably had less than 10 that were disc issues. Is the UHD manufacturing process this poor that 10-15% are bad.

Or is it my drive?

dcoke22
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Re: Blue Planet II

Post by dcoke22 » Thu Oct 01, 2020 7:32 pm

I've ripped 35 or 40 UHDs and haven't had a failure. But I have had Blu-rays and DVDs that have failed, sometimes on multiple drives. I've ripped more Blu-rays and DVDs than UHDs, so I imagine it is just a matter of time until I have a disc that doesn't like my drive.

Have you tried cleaning the disc? Lots of people use a microfiber towel to clean a disc. I usually use water to blast off dust & dirt particles and then use a generous amount of dish soap and my fingers (gently) to clean any oils that might be on the disc. I use a microfiber towel for drying. I once had a new-out-of-the-package Blu-ray with some kind of invisible oil on it. Once I cleaned it off, the disc worked fine.

stepmback
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Re: Blue Planet II

Post by stepmback » Fri Oct 02, 2020 3:30 pm

I have never used soap but have cleaned them very vigorously with a micro fiber and still have issues.

I returned the discs one last time and will see if I still have issues.

I have an Asus bw-16d1ht running 3.10mk firmware. What are you using?

dcoke22
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Re: Blue Planet II

Post by dcoke22 » Fri Oct 02, 2020 5:43 pm

I use a LG WH16NS60 with firmware 1.02.

Interestingly, there's a new version of MakeMKV that might be worth trying.

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