It is small and contains no significative data. Is there a way to get around this, or am I just screwed as far as this Blu-Ray goes? After submitting dumps, Mike was kind enough to point out that my enclosure was buggy and I needed to enable a quirk to ignore residue. For whatever reason this drive keeps getting locked whenever I've tried to use it with any bluray disc. These discs could be considered a services-rendered-fee rental. A lot of people like that because it takes that monster of a blu-ray disc and strips what you don't need but does not compress. I understand if the key has been revoked it's not going to work, which is why I asked this question now after I've updated from 1.
Ray As a matter of fact yes, I did a full disc backup of this flick just last week. Just sit tight while the matter gets resolved. Works like a charm using Media Player Classic Home Cinema. Not to necro bump an issue but this is the clearest topic to add the information. I tried two different copies and it just dies about 10 minutes in.
Hopefully this is the correct forum for this. I'm not a huge media quality natzi like some people are. Full 1080p is a bit-perfect rip of a blu-ray without any additional compression. Is the disc image mounted? Thanks for the heads up, but I wonder what happened? Thanks for the heads up, but I wonder what happened? As someone up there showed me I wouldn't really be able to tell the difference between 1080, and 720 at the distance I'll be viewing the movies at. The editor window also acts as a Blu Ray player so you can use it as a player.
That being said it seems like certain titles you know you've ripped before occasionally disappear from the keys file only to return again later. But I am not a folder user for playback of disc content. If this question can be reworded to fit the rules in the , please. My original rip had a couple spots where it froze up. This may put you in violation of different laws and agreements with your Association and the content providers that are not covered under fair use. For instance, they choose the same kex exchange algorithm and it takes place right after that. They are years old now.
The same thing happens with libaacs, most likely; if the key it uses is revoked, you're stuck until an update occurs. Could it have to do with the drive being about ten years old? How does using windows remove libaacs from being a problem? Set ripbot to 2 pass encoding and set the file size limit to what disc size you want it on. Since these discs have never been made public how could any of the existing software work? There is a noticeable difference in size and quality between the two. There have been previous reports posted here of disks failing to read like this under Linux, but which were readable in the same version under Windows. Thank you very much kemac!! That flashing didn't help me at all. I won't be comparing movies like that either.
The issue is only regarding the blu-ray discs. Note that it can send this message before it has received the one from the client. I've tried every method I know to rip these discs and all have resulted in failure. And it takes less time because it doesn't transcode. You could also rip just the main movie with dvdfab to an iso like suggested. Ripping to iso or folder is also full 1080p.
I also use handbrake to compress the snot out of some files for putting on our tablet when we travel. Tried this and it had no effect. I leave everything else as original and a normal movie now only takes up 8 gigs of space at 1080P. The others will most likely be additional features. Repeated a couple of dozen times. So far the error was only reported on x64 kernel.
I maintain the format of the movie usually 1080p or some % of that depending on the framing of the film. You need to do that 1st so it shows up as a virtual drive. Someone sniffing on the channel cannot decrypt it. From the two lists of algorithms, the client and the server compute independently the same cipher suite. Will there be patches coming now making it impossible to continue ripping or will those keys only affect the titles in the list? Note that the reply of the server also contains its public host key or certificates.
Virtual Clone Drive is a windows program so thats not going to work for you. How about just borrowing a drive to watch them? It takes time, but it makes for integrating into media center easier then having to use a blu-ray player Click to expand. Keep in mind that I just did a basic test and all the file qualities looked pretty much the same but most offer a trial or a watermark on trial versions so you can decide if it meets your needs. The errors Doug just posted above are symptoms of this sickness. Maybe these discs contain the latest technology that has yet to be defeated by ripping software, which I can totally accept as a possibility. Is the disc image mounted? You need to do that 1st so it shows up as a virtual drive. First world problems, obviously, but my reasons are well within fair use.
And yes, I cleaned them both with dish washing liquid. It's a lot of fun. That's why I wonder if computer software players will even play these discs. Piracy of screeners has become such a huge problem, I'm not surprised that the studios have taken extraordinary measures to protect these discs. With click common settings - dvd - pathplayer - Slect disable pathplayer Restart and try the disc again.