Problematic HD-DVDs

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truckerCLOCK
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Re: Problematic HD-DVDs

Post by truckerCLOCK » Tue Nov 29, 2011 1:46 am

HDDVD .... I just assumed since I posted in "problematic HD-DVD"

setarip_old
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Re: Problematic HD-DVDs

Post by setarip_old » Tue Nov 29, 2011 4:49 am

@truckerCLOCK

Yes, this is the right place for HD-DVD related questions.

I was under the impression that ClownBD was a Blu-ray only utility...


SamuriHL
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Re: Problematic HD-DVDs

Post by SamuriHL » Tue Nov 29, 2011 4:52 am

No, ClownBD can handle a variety of input formats.

dpstjp
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Re: Problematic HD-DVDs

Post by dpstjp » Wed Nov 30, 2011 11:02 am

truckerCLOCK wrote:Has anyone successfully copied Pan's Labyrinth ??? Have tried 3 discs and all fail...is it because of the 7.1 DTS ??? AnyDVDHD will rip the disc with no problems, Clown BD rips with no problems...so why not Makemkv ???
truckerCLOCK,

If you've managed to rip with ClownBD why do you need to use MakeMKV?

Just demux using Clown, and remux using MKVToolnix. This way also removes pulldown flags which MakeMKV cannot do yet.

truckerCLOCK
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Re: Problematic HD-DVDs

Post by truckerCLOCK » Wed Nov 30, 2011 5:43 pm

I was showing a friend who was asking why I still had my HDDVD's......which led me to pull out my old Xbox 360 HD drive. I then downloaded the latest version of Make and was thinking that "maybe" all the problems I had in the past had been fixed.....guess not. I only use Clown, or AnyDVD now.

trondmm
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Re: Problematic HD-DVDs

Post by trondmm » Sat Dec 03, 2011 12:59 pm

dpstjp wrote:If you've managed to rip with ClownBD why do you need to use MakeMKV?
You know, I actually find this remark offensive.

This is the MakeMKV beta forum. Its purpose is to identify flaws in MakeMKV, in order to improve the program. When somebody reports a valid problem, you don't tell them to sod off and use another program.

That said - I didn't know ClownBD was able to rip Pan's Labyrinth.

trondmm
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Re: Problematic HD-DVDs

Post by trondmm » Sat Dec 03, 2011 1:07 pm

truckerCLOCK wrote:Has anyone successfully copied Pan's Labyrinth ??? Have tried 3 discs and all fail...is it because of the 7.1 DTS ??? AnyDVDHD will rip the disc with no problems, Clown BD rips with no problems...so why not Makemkv ???
No, I don't think it's got anything to do with the soundtrack. I think the playlist is a bit different compared to other DVDs. This is the only HD DVD released by New Line, so they probably did things different than the other studios.

Anyway - I'm surprised to see that you could rip it with ClownBD. I thought ClownBD used eac3to to do the ripping, and on my computer, eac3to was unable to recognise the disc as an HD DVD. I did manage to rip it with eac3to, though, but I had to manually identify the correct evo-files, and give the full path of these to eac3to.

truckerCLOCK
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Re: Problematic HD-DVDs

Post by truckerCLOCK » Wed Dec 07, 2011 9:02 pm

Clown could not rip the disc on the fly....I had to copy the image to my hard drive using AnyDVD first then find the feature files and then I could use Clown. Your right trondmm it doesn't recognize the HD DVD file structure......oh well I didn't mean to start a fight as I liked makeMKV's simple interface and I also like using Clown ...no flame wars or bashing was just curious

dpstjp
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Re: Problematic HD-DVDs

Post by dpstjp » Sat Dec 10, 2011 6:47 pm

trondmm wrote:You know, I actually find this remark offensive.

This is the MakeMKV beta forum. Its purpose is to identify flaws in MakeMKV, in order to improve the program. When somebody reports a valid problem, you don't tell them to sod off and use another program.

That said - I didn't know ClownBD was able to rip Pan's Labyrinth.
Hmmm. Not sure why you felt my comment was "offensive". I certainly did not tell truckerCLOCK to sod off, I merely asked a valid question under the circumstances.

I'm so happy with MakeMKV that I paid for it, and recommend it to others. However the pulldown issue with HDDVDs and MakeMKV is a valid one, and has been known about and commented upon by myself as well as others for some time (ditto PCM soundtracks and BluRays). I could not recommend to anyone MakeMKV as the best programme for ripping HDDVDs as a result. Fortunately HDDVDs are a dead format and rightly are a very low priority for MakeMKV to improve functionality for.

MakeMKV remains the easiest programme to use for ripping MKVs, but there are a small number circumstances where it needs additional programmes to create the "perfect" MKV. mike admin often recommends eac3to when these occur.

SurplusGadgets
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Re: Problematic HD-DVDs

Post by SurplusGadgets » Thu Jan 05, 2012 1:56 am

Interpreter, The
Universal
MPEG4
DDPlus 3/2+1 (English, 6 channel)
Stops at 874MB of 25GB main title processing. Cleaned and checked. Same result with physical disk or mounted ISO made from AnyDVDHD.

Screen Log:

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MakeMKV v1.7.0 win(x64-release) started
Debug logging enabled, log will be saved as C:\Users\Smokey/MakeMKV_log.txt
DEBUG: Code 0 at u]))u:2/L0:/2!)O>:121262164
DEBUG: Code 0 at u]))u:2/L0:/2!)O>:121262164
DEBUG: Code 0 at u]))u:2/L0:/2!)O>:121262164
DEBUG: Code 0 at u]))u:2/L0:/2!)O>:121262164
DEBUG: Code 233 at 2n9ahA2/6gSPmNYyaHo7pdfA:0
Operation successfully completed
Saving 1 titles into directory F:/MP4/Interpreter
DEBUG: Code 2147483647 at xm]7?&$2%Y3av5a>RJs:29393700
LIBMKV_TRACE: Exception: MKV_ASSERT: TimecodeDelay >= int16(0x8000) && TimecodeDelay <= int16(0x7FFF)
Failed to save title 1 to file F:/MP4/Interpreter/t01_Main_Movie.mkv
0 titles saved, 1 failed
Debug Log:

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Debug log started at Thu Jan 05 01:08:07 2012 , written by MakeMKV v1.7.0 win(x64-release)
Using 524544KB for read cache.
001005:0000 MakeMKV v1.7.0 win(x64-release) started
001004:0000 Debug logging enabled, log will be saved as C:\Users\Smokey/MakeMKV_log.txt
001003:0020 DEBUG: Code 0 at u]))u:2/L0:/2!)O>:121262164
001003:0020 DEBUG: Code 0 at u]))u:2/L0:/2!)O>:121262164
001003:0020 DEBUG: Code 0 at u]))u:2/L0:/2!)O>:121262164
001003:0020 DEBUG: Code 0 at u]))u:2/L0:/2!)O>:121262164
DAFD=PAAAADAAAAFABDQEEAQQBAQ==
DCE=zF8AtUtL1quXMD25BhJBmDWkUR/6lX7rBF98hlP6tntRoriWNuoJEpV2cBsUBloVQCHXOwinHQ4TY3csUVO6n4Ttdi4Rpc5gcEZu2dLJECiCzwfhj4J/X280C2DR0SUeFtkZtFE/pRCdEHHRL8ALcQS7srSwbCoQ7g==
001003:0020 DEBUG: Code 233 at 2n9ahA2/6gSPmNYyaHo7pdfA:0
005011:0000 Operation successfully completed
005014:0000 Saving 1 titles into directory F:/MP4/Interpreter
001003:0020 DEBUG: Code 2147483647 at xm]7?&$2%Y3av5a>RJs:29393700
001002:0020 LIBMKV_TRACE: Exception: MKV_ASSERT: TimecodeDelay >= int16(0x8000) && TimecodeDelay <= int16(0x7FFF)
005003:0000 Failed to save title 1 to file F:/MP4/Interpreter/t01_Main_Movie.mkv
005004:0080 0 titles saved, 1 failed
005037:0204 Copy complete. 0 titles saved, 1 failed.
001003:0020 DEBUG: Code 0 at u]))u:2/L0:/2!)O>:121262164
001003:0020 DEBUG: Code 0 at u]))u:2/L0:/2!)O>:121262164
003305:0000 AACS directory not present, assuming unencrypted disc
001003:0020 DEBUG: Code 233 at CxrvPxesKsDhDKGJVTy7Vxy2:0
005011:0000 Operation successfully completed
005014:0000 Saving 1 titles into directory F:/MP4/Interpreter
001003:0020 DEBUG: Code 2147483647 at xm]7?&$2%Y3av5a>RJs:29393700
001002:0020 LIBMKV_TRACE: Exception: MKV_ASSERT: TimecodeDelay >= int16(0x8000) && TimecodeDelay <= int16(0x7FFF)
005003:0000 Failed to save title 1 to file F:/MP4/Interpreter/t01_Main_Movie.mkv
005004:0080 0 titles saved, 1 failed
005037:0204 Copy complete. 0 titles saved, 1 failed.
Application exited at Thu Jan 05 01:47:12 2012

ThatScott
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Re: Problematic HD-DVDs

Post by ThatScott » Sun Jan 08, 2012 4:51 pm

The 1.7.0 released introduced a bug where if only the video track is selected for processing (i.e. no audio, no subtitles), only the first EVO file is processed which means since most movies are split into two EVO files, they end about halfway through if only video is selected for processing. I've reproduced this bug in both the Windows (30 day trial) and Mac (fully licensed) versions.

ThatScott
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Re: Problematic HD-DVDs

Post by ThatScott » Sun Jan 08, 2012 4:52 pm

One other thing. I've reproduced this error using twelve different HD-DVDs.

paulster
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Re: Problematic HD-DVDs

Post by paulster » Wed Feb 01, 2012 5:01 pm

Anyone else having trouble with HD-DVDs since 1.7.1? I've found that ISOs of my HD-DVDs that would rip successfully with 1.7.0 are crashing 1.7.1.

Since I no longer have the drive (just the discs and the ISO copies) I don't have the hardware to try running it against the discs themselves to see if that works.

fganter
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Re: Problematic HD-DVDs

Post by fganter » Thu Mar 29, 2012 10:59 am

paulster wrote:Anyone else having trouble with HD-DVDs since 1.7.1? I've found that ISOs of my HD-DVDs that would rip successfully with 1.7.0 are crashing 1.7.1.

Since I no longer have the drive (just the discs and the ISO copies) I don't have the hardware to try running it against the discs themselves to see if that works.
I'm running 1.7.3.

- Subtitles are no longer available for selection/deselection.
- Minimum File Length is ignored (which I believe has been an issue with HD-DVDs for a while).

I'm still able to rip the HD-DVDs thankfully. Howevery, I'm ripping straight from the disc, not an ISO.

paulster
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Re: Problematic HD-DVDs

Post by paulster » Thu Mar 29, 2012 5:16 pm

Yes, I noticed that the subtitle selection was missing.

Also, unless it was just the two titles I tried with last night, it doesn't seem to be bringing the titles for each of the tracks into MakeMKV any longer. These, in my opinion, should continue to pre-populate the 'name' field in MakeMKV.

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