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Old 19th March 2014, 04:48   #19581  |  Link
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I did that one too. It's a really weird track. The audio had 3 channels, not 2, not 5.1, not 7.1... I kept the original as a short term fix, but I need to figure out how to deal with goofy input like that.
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Old 19th March 2014, 07:03   #19582  |  Link
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Hello all,

Need some assistance please, is anyone here using BD Rebuilder with Intel QuickSync? I for the life of me cannot get it to work, BD Rebuilder is my program of choice for backing up but using Software Decoders or CUDA things are just a bit too slow, I can do a movie only backup using BluFab in 15 - 20min and thats using Intel QuickSync but on BD Rebuilder its 1hr+ for the same movie, I imagine getting QuickSync working would put it on par speed wise with BluFab s any help is much appreciated, thank you.
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Old 19th March 2014, 15:05   #19583  |  Link
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BD Rebuilder with Intel QuickSync?

@ sojourner353; RE: Anyone here using BD Rebuilder with Intel QuickSync?

I have run across this problem with my i7 2600K (Sandy Bridge) when trying to recode 3D's using FRIM and if I remember correctly it will always fail because of QuickSync. I understood that it will work on all AMD proc's and will even work on i7 3770's (Ivy Bridge) proc's too. Truthfully, I don't understand the how or why of it at all but it seems it's unavoidable at the moment and makes me want to build a new PC just to be able to do some 3D movies. Ahhhh! technology!
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Old 19th March 2014, 22:11   #19584  |  Link
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@ sojourner353; RE: Anyone here using BD Rebuilder with Intel QuickSync?

I have run across this problem with my i7 2600K (Sandy Bridge) when trying to recode 3D's using FRIM and if I remember correctly it will always fail because of QuickSync. I understood that it will work on all AMD proc's and will even work on i7 3770's (Ivy Bridge) proc's too. Truthfully, I don't understand the how or why of it at all but it seems it's unavoidable at the moment and makes me want to build a new PC just to be able to do some 3D movies. Ahhhh! technology!
Thanks for the reply, I believe QuickSync isn't able to do 3D at all and I have never tried through BDRB, when working on 3D I only use BluFab but anything 2D BDRB is my program of choice, will keep trying.

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Old 20th March 2014, 13:41   #19585  |  Link
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American Hustle no video

Don't know what when wrong with American Hustle, never had a problem before. burn it to BD5 with sound no video, Maybe ffsdshow is not set correctly, I had to replace it a few days ago...here is the log:
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[03/19/14] BD Rebuilder v0.46.14 (beta)
[20:47:59] Source:  AMERICAN_HUSTLE
  - Input BD size: 28.93 GB
  - Approximate total content: [02:53:32.774]
  - Target BD size: 4.36 GB
  - Windows Version: 6.1 [7600]
  - MOVIE and MENUS mode enabled
  - Auto Quality: High Quality (Default), Two Pass
  - Decoding/Frame serving: DirectShow
  - Audio Settings: AC3=0 DTS=0 HD=0 Kbs=640
[20:47:59] PHASE ONE, Encoding
 - [20:47:59] Processing: VID_00001 (1 of 167)
 - [20:47:59] Extracting A/V streams [VID_00001]
 - [20:54:36] Reencoding video [VID_00001]
   - Source Video: MPEG-4 (AVC), 1920x1080
   - Rate/Length: 23.976fps, 198,624 frames
   - Bitrate: 2,400 Kbs
 - [20:54:36] Reencoding: VID_00001, Pass 1 of 2
 - [22:31:41] Reencoding: VID_00001, Pass 2 of 2
 - [01:26:16] Video Encode complete
 - [01:26:16] Processing audio tracks
   - Track 4352 (eng): Keeping original audio
 - [01:26:16] Multiplexing M2TS
 - [01:29:08] Blanking: VID_00015 (2 of 167)
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 - [01:29:08] Blanking: VID_00081 (8 of 167)
 - [01:29:08] Processing: VID_00097 (9 of 167)
 - [01:29:08] Extracting A/V streams [VID_00097]
 - [01:29:18] Reencoding video [VID_00097]
   - Source Video: MPEG-2, 1920x1080
   - Rate/Length: 23.976fps, 24 frames
 - [01:29:18] Reencoding: VID_00097, Pass 1 of 1
 - [01:29:20] Video Encode complete
 - [01:29:20] Processing audio tracks
   - Track 4352 (eng): Keeping original audio
 - [01:29:20] Multiplexing M2TS
 - [01:29:23] Processing: VID_00099 (10 of 167)
 - [01:29:23] Extracting A/V streams [VID_00099]
 - [01:29:31] Reencoding video [VID_00099]
   - Source Video: MPEG-2, 1920x1080
   - Rate/Length: 23.976fps, 1,482 frames
   - Bitrate: 1,753 Kbs
 - [01:29:31] Reencoding: VID_00099, Pass 1 of 2
 - [01:29:52] Reencoding: VID_00099, Pass 2 of 2
 - [01:30:25] Video Encode complete
 - [01:30:25] Processing audio tracks
   - Track 4352 (eng): Keeping original audio
 - [01:30:25] Multiplexing M2TS
 - [01:30:29] Blanking: VID_00100 (11 of 167)
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[01:30:30]PHASE ONE complete
[01:30:30]PHASE TWO - Rebuild Started
 - [01:30:31] Rebuilding BD file Structure
[01:30:33] - Encode and Rebuild complete
[01:30:33] BURNING BD structure to disc
 - ImgBurn completed successfully
 - WORKFILES folder removed.
[08:25:55] JOB: AMERICAN_HUSTLE finished.
[03/20/14] Checking System Settings
  - BD-Rebuilder v0.46.14 (beta)
  - Windows Version: 6.1 [7600]
  - Working Path Free Space: 82.71GB
  - AVISYNTH Version: 2.5.8.0, Ok
  - HAALI Splitter: 1.9.42.1, Ok
  - FFDSHOW: 4504, Ok
  - WIN7 preferred AVC CODEC:  Ok
  - WIN7 preferred VC-1 CODEC:  Ok
  - WIN7 preferred MPEG2 CODEC:  Ok
  - FFDSHOW VC-1 set to "wmv9", Ok
  - FFDSHOW MPEG2 set to "libavcodec":  Ok
  - FFDSHOW AVC set to "libavcodec":  Ok
  - AnyDVD settings check: Ok.
  - X264:  Ok
  - AFTEN:  Ok
  - FAAC:  Ok
  - WAVI:  Ok
  - TSMUXER:  Ok
  - FRIMEncode:  Ok
  - FRIMDecode:  Ok
[03/20/14] Systems Settings Check complete

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Old 20th March 2014, 15:05   #19586  |  Link
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Sorry if this has been mentioned before. I searched, and read, but did not find the issue.

I am using the import function to bring in an mkv. The mkv is encoded at 1080p. I am selecting the option to reduce it to 720p, and using BD5 as the output. I have done this many, many times with 100% success (speaking of, thanks for the excellent program!).

Once the 3D functionality was added to BD Rebuilder though, every time I attempt this conversion, I get an AVCHD with perfect audio, but only a gray screen for the video.

To try to debug this on my own, I re-ran the conversion with an older version of BD Rebuilder (45.05). It worked as expected, and the AVCHD came out fine. Doing it again (exactly the same way) in the newer version (46.07 at the time, and again with 46.14 now) yielded the gray screen result.

I believe that I have tracked the problem down to the new version of tsMuxeR.

I understand that most everyone is working on the new functionality of 3D, and Quick-Play, but I was hoping I could get someone to check out and see if there was a way to fix the previous functionality. I have been using multiAVCHD now for my conversions (which works), but for the vast majority of my needs, BD Rebuilder is the superior program.

Thanks, and thanks again for such a great program.
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Old 20th March 2014, 16:15   #19587  |  Link
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@raul124 RE: Don't know what when wrong?

@ raul124 RE: Don't know what when wrong with American Hustle?

--You didn't mention what you were playing this with. If I was doing this disk and wanted to be sure it played on most anything then I would do a movie only to DVD5. Most blu-ray players or even software players don't like having BD Menu's and HD files that need the additional bandwith that Bluray disks have in order to achieve the bit-rates that HD requires. good-luck
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Old 20th March 2014, 16:52   #19588  |  Link
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@ raul124 RE: Don't know what when wrong with American Hustle?

--You didn't mention what you were playing this with. If I was doing this disk and wanted to be sure it played on most anything then I would do a movie only to DVD5. Most blu-ray players or even software players don't like having BD Menu's and HD files that need the additional bandwith that Bluray disks have in order to achieve the bit-rates that HD requires. good-luck
Sorry for that, I always play BD5 w/menus on standard player, and I have
done15 to 20 and behaved wonderfully. I made two attempt and both times black screens with sound..
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Sorry for that, I always play BD5 w/menus on standard player, and I have
done15 to 20 and behaved wonderfully. I made two attempt and both times black screens with sound..
interesting I just did a movie only and same results, black screen no video with sound, and interesting part is i'm playing it on my old reliable Sony 360..! now i take this same American Hustle movie only and I play it on the Sumsung BD f5900, the video and sound plays excellent but after 20 minutes the ciniava water mark kick in..you go figure,
here is the logs:
[03/20/14] BD Rebuilder v0.46.14 (beta)
[15:36:37] Source: AMERICAN_HUSTLE_00001
- Input BD size: 28.74 GB
- Approximate total content: [02:18:04.275]
- Target BD size: 4.36 GB
- Windows Version: 6.1 [7600]
- MOVIE-ONLY mode enabled
- Auto Quality: High Quality (Default), Two Pass
- Decoding/Frame serving: DirectShow
- Audio Settings: AC3=0 DTS=0 HD=0 Kbs=640
[15:36:37] PHASE ONE, Encoding
- [15:36:37] Processing: VID_00001 (1 of 1)
- [15:36:37] Extracting A/V streams [VID_00001]
- [15:45:52] Reencoding video [VID_00001]
- Source Video: MPEG-4 (AVC), 1920x1080
- Rate/Length: 23.976fps, 198,624 frames
- Bitrate: 3,365 Kbs
- [15:45:52] Reencoding: VID_00001, Pass 1 of 2
- [17:26:47] Reencoding: VID_00001, Pass 2 of 2
- [20:44:46] Video Encode complete
- [20:44:46] Processing audio tracks
- Track 4352 (eng): Reencoding audio to AC3...
[20:51:38]PHASE ONE complete
[20:51:38]PHASE TWO - Rebuild Started
- [20:51:38] Rebuilding AVCHD file Structure
[20:55:52] - Encode and Rebuild complete
[20:55:52] BURNING BD structure to disc
- ImgBurn completed successfully
- WORKFILES folder removed.
[21:17:58] JOB: AMERICAN_HUSTLE finished.
[Status]
LABEL=AMERICAN_HUSTLE
VERSION=v0.46.14 (beta)
SOURCE_SIZE=30862430208
SOURCE_VIDEO_SIZE=30862430208
TARGET_SIZE=4686086144
REDUCTION=.151837885494361
RESIZE_1080=0
RESIZE_1440=0
AUDIO_TO_KEEP=eng;spa;
KEEP_HD_AUDIO=0
SUBS_TO_KEEP=all
BACKUP_MODE=1
MOVIEONLY_TYPE=0
USE_LAVF=0
INSTANCES=1
DGDECNV=0
SSIF_MODE=0
QUICK=0
ENCODE_STEP=0
COMPLETED=1
REBUILD_COMPLETE=1
[00001]
AUDIO=10
PGS=10
APULLDOWN=0
S1440=0
VIDEO2=0
V2MBRATE=0
M2TS_TARGET=4686086144
RATE=3365
SPLITS=1
NSIZE=0
FLINK=0
MLINK=0
[03/21/14] Checking System Settings
- BD-Rebuilder v0.46.14 (beta)
- Windows Version: 6.1 [7600]
- Working Path Free Space: 32.93GB
- AVISYNTH Version: 2.5.8.0, Ok
- HAALI Splitter: 1.9.42.1, Ok
- FFDSHOW: 4504, Ok
- WIN7 preferred AVC CODEC: Ok
- WIN7 preferred VC-1 CODEC: Ok
- WIN7 preferred MPEG2 CODEC: Ok
- FFDSHOW VC-1 set to "wmv9", Ok
- FFDSHOW MPEG2 set to "libavcodec": Ok
- FFDSHOW AVC set to "libavcodec": Ok
- AnyDVD settings check: Ok.
- X264: Ok
- AFTEN: Ok
- FAAC: Ok
- WAVI: Ok
- TSMUXER: Ok
- FRIMEncode: Ok
- FRIMDecode: Ok
[03/21/14] Systems Settings Check complete

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Old 21st March 2014, 18:26   #19590  |  Link
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I am having trouble with Catching Fire. The resulting MP4 file plays fine until about halfway through and the video frame gets stuck while the sound keeps playing in the background. I am using the "Other Movie-Only Playlist" setting with the correct MPLS suggested by AnyDvd HD.

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[03/20/14] BD Rebuilder v0.46.13 (beta)
[15:56:33] Source:  CATCHING_FIRE_00461
  - Input BD size: 20.82 GB
  - Approximate total content: [02:26:14.599]
  - Windows Version: 5.1 [2600]
  - MOVIE-ONLY/ALTERNATE OUTPUT mode enabled
  - Mode: MP4 Container, 1920x1080, AutoGOP, Auto-AAC
  - Decoding/Frame serving: DirectShow
  - Audio Settings: AC3=0 DTS=0 HD=0 Kbs=640
[15:56:33] PHASE ONE, Encoding
 - [15:56:33] Processing: VID_00505 (1 of 15)
 - [15:56:33] Extracting A/V streams [VID_00505]
 - [16:05:44] Reencoding video [VID_00505]
   - Source Video: MPEG-4 (AVC), 1920x1080
   - Rate/Length: 23.976fps, 13,342 frames
 - [16:05:44] Reencoding: VID_00505, Pass 1 of 1
 - [16:25:36] Video Encode complete
 - [16:25:36] Processing audio tracks
   - Track 4352 (eng): Reencoding audio to AAC...
 - [16:42:44] Processing: VID_00514 (2 of 15)
 - [16:42:44] Extracting A/V streams [VID_00514]
 - [16:42:53] Reencoding video [VID_00514]
   - Source Video: MPEG-4 (AVC), 1920x1080
   - Rate/Length: 23.976fps, 879 frames
 - [16:42:53] Reencoding: VID_00514, Pass 1 of 1
 - [16:44:09] Video Encode complete
 - [16:44:09] Processing: VID_00517 (3 of 15)
 - [16:44:09] Extracting A/V streams [VID_00517]
 - [16:44:32] Reencoding video [VID_00517]
   - Source Video: MPEG-4 (AVC), 1920x1080
   - Rate/Length: 23.976fps, 5,415 frames
 - [16:44:32] Reencoding: VID_00517, Pass 1 of 1
 - [16:47:18] Video Encode complete
 - [16:47:18] Processing: VID_00507 (4 of 15)
 - [16:47:18] Extracting A/V streams [VID_00507]
 - [16:47:27] Reencoding video [VID_00507]
   - Source Video: MPEG-4 (AVC), 1920x1080
   - Rate/Length: 23.976fps, 973 frames
 - [16:47:27] Reencoding: VID_00507, Pass 1 of 1
 - [16:49:01] Video Encode complete
 - [16:49:01] Processing: VID_00506 (5 of 15)
 - [16:49:01] Extracting A/V streams [VID_00506]
 - [16:49:09] Reencoding video [VID_00506]
   - Source Video: MPEG-4 (AVC), 1920x1080
   - Rate/Length: 23.976fps, 791 frames
 - [16:49:09] Reencoding: VID_00506, Pass 1 of 1
 - [16:50:19] Video Encode complete
 - [16:50:20] Processing: VID_00511 (6 of 15)
 - [16:50:20] Extracting A/V streams [VID_00511]
 - [16:50:38] Reencoding video [VID_00511]
   - Source Video: MPEG-4 (AVC), 1920x1080
   - Rate/Length: 23.976fps, 4,023 frames
 - [16:50:38] Reencoding: VID_00511, Pass 1 of 1
 - [16:55:34] Video Encode complete
 - [16:55:34] Processing: VID_00516 (7 of 15)
 - [16:55:34] Extracting A/V streams [VID_00516]
 - [16:55:44] Reencoding video [VID_00516]
   - Source Video: MPEG-4 (AVC), 1920x1080
   - Rate/Length: 23.976fps, 2,142 frames
 - [16:55:44] Reencoding: VID_00516, Pass 1 of 1
 - [16:58:38] Video Encode complete
 - [16:58:39] Processing: VID_00509 (8 of 15)
 - [16:58:39] Extracting A/V streams [VID_00509]
 - [16:58:47] Reencoding video [VID_00509]
   - Source Video: MPEG-4 (AVC), 1920x1080
   - Rate/Length: 23.976fps, 1,082 frames
 - [16:58:47] Reencoding: VID_00509, Pass 1 of 1
 - [17:00:16] Video Encode complete
 - [17:00:16] Processing: VID_00510 (9 of 15)
 - [17:00:16] Extracting A/V streams [VID_00510]
 - [17:01:40] Reencoding video [VID_00510]
   - Source Video: MPEG-4 (AVC), 1920x1080
   - Rate/Length: 23.976fps, 28,740 frames
 - [17:01:40] Reencoding: VID_00510, Pass 1 of 1
 - [17:36:12] Video Encode complete
 - [17:36:12] Processing: VID_00503 (10 of 15)
 - [17:36:12] Extracting A/V streams [VID_00503]
 - [17:36:21] Reencoding video [VID_00503]
   - Source Video: MPEG-4 (AVC), 1920x1080
   - Rate/Length: 23.976fps, 2,245 frames
 - [17:36:22] Reencoding: VID_00503, Pass 1 of 1
 - [17:39:43] Video Encode complete
 - [17:39:43] Processing: VID_00508 (11 of 15)
 - [17:39:43] Extracting A/V streams [VID_00508]
 - [17:39:51] Reencoding video [VID_00508]
   - Source Video: MPEG-4 (AVC), 1920x1080
   - Rate/Length: 23.976fps, 1,539 frames
 - [17:39:51] Reencoding: VID_00508, Pass 1 of 1
 - [17:41:40] Video Encode complete
 - [17:41:40] Processing: VID_00515 (12 of 15)
 - [17:41:40] Extracting A/V streams [VID_00515]
 - [17:42:02] Reencoding video [VID_00515]
   - Source Video: MPEG-4 (AVC), 1920x1080
   - Rate/Length: 23.976fps, 8,202 frames
 - [17:42:02] Reencoding: VID_00515, Pass 1 of 1
 - [17:52:34] Video Encode complete
 - [17:52:35] Processing: VID_00512 (13 of 15)
 - [17:52:35] Extracting A/V streams [VID_00512]
 - [17:52:42] Reencoding video [VID_00512]
   - Source Video: MPEG-4 (AVC), 1920x1080
   - Rate/Length: 23.976fps, 773 frames
 - [17:52:42] Reencoding: VID_00512, Pass 1 of 1
 - [17:53:39] Video Encode complete
 - [17:53:39] Processing: VID_00513 (14 of 15)
 - [17:53:39] Extracting A/V streams [VID_00513]
 - [17:53:46] Reencoding video [VID_00513]
   - Source Video: MPEG-4 (AVC), 1920x1080
   - Rate/Length: 23.976fps, 612 frames
 - [17:53:46] Reencoding: VID_00513, Pass 1 of 1
 - [17:54:36] Video Encode complete
 - [17:54:36] Processing: VID_00502 (15 of 15)
 - [17:54:36] Extracting A/V streams [VID_00502]
 - [18:03:25] Reencoding video [VID_00502]
   - Source Video: MPEG-4 (AVC), 1920x1080
   - Rate/Length: 23.976fps, 139,622 frames
 - [18:03:26] Reencoding: VID_00502, Pass 1 of 1
 - [21:00:49] Video Encode complete
[21:00:49]PHASE ONE complete
[21:00:49]PHASE TWO - Rebuild Started
 - [21:00:49] Building ALTERNATE OUTPUT Structure
[21:12:21] - Encode and Rebuild complete
 - WORKFILES folder removed.
[21:12:23] JOB: CATCHING_FIRE finished.
Thanks for any help.
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Old 21st March 2014, 18:59   #19591  |  Link
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@Jackie Treehorn

Hi!

Such an apparently mystifying backup problem has been previously noted many times in this thread - and most often, believe it or not, the solution is to do a thorough cleaning of the disc and then perform the backup again...
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Old 21st March 2014, 19:55   #19592  |  Link
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Yes! That's what I tried to describe here. I just didn't know the meaning and significance of the STN Table, but your Ahhh.. sounds promising....

Actually it seems that all files/playlists which have non-Zero values in either of IG, sV, sA, PIP in the STN table are non-playable. (The exception is just the one which refers to 99001.m2ts/99002.m2ts which has a "1" for IG)
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Did you already come to conclusions about the Quick-Play issue? Is there a way to find out before encoding starts whether it is advisable to take the IMPORT route instead of Quick-Play backup?
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@Jackie Treehorn

Hi!

Such an apparently mystifying backup problem has been previously noted many times in this thread - and most often, believe it or not, the solution is to do a thorough cleaning of the disc and then perform the backup again...
I'll give it a shot! Thanks!
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Old 21st March 2014, 22:35   #19594  |  Link
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'New' multiple M2ts files...

I was just now backing up a new Blu-ray which is about 45 Gigs. I noticed now while I am running BDRB that there are like 90 M2ts files! I'm SURE that this is part of all this new fangled attempts at copyguard encryption. I already HAVE used AnyDVD to rip the Blu-ray to my HDD and I am currently using BDRB to render it to a single layer BD.

I'm just thinking though, aren't MOST of these li'l buggers just repeated scenes and filler to screw us up when we try to back them up for ourselves? Does BDRB actually 'KNOW' how to weed out all that extraneous garbage so that it doesn't use up half the disc on all this useless stuff?

I sure do long for the 'good old days' when you could SEE the main movie file and know that it was maybe 30 Gigs or so and you pretty much tell what all the other stuff is. But now, you have 90 files!

I apologize for being so long winded, but I guess my question is, are all these Gigs of 'padding' going to hurt and really take away from the space allocated for the actual movie and normal extras and stuff. I think that this happened once before where it just took ALL this, all 45 Gigs of it, and compressed it along with everything else. I sure hope not because that is SERIOUSLY wasting space that should be reserved for JUST the movie and extras and NOT 15 Gigs of worthless padding!

I appreciate any thoughts on this...

Thanks!

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90+ m2ts files is nothin unusual and is NOT a copy protection. It's a method of authoring called "seamless transition" where during playback the player seamlessly plays 1 piece after another. This is most commonly done if a disc for example contains a "theatre" and "directors cut" edition. That way they can insert the extra footage in the movie simply by inserting a small movie fragment instead of including the whole movie a 2nd time. Not all movies come in 1 big m2ts file of 25+ GB's

the mpls files (playlists) tell the player which section to play when.
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90+ m2ts files is nothin unusual and is NOT a copy protection. It's a method of authoring called "seamless transition" where during playback the player seamlessly plays 1 piece after another. This is most commonly done if a disc for example contains a "theatre" and "directors cut" edition. That way they can insert the extra footage in the movie simply by inserting a small movie fragment instead of including the whole movie a 2nd time. Not all movies come in 1 big m2ts file of 25+ GB's

the mpls files (playlists) tell the player which section to play when.
Thanks Ch3vr0n! That's good to know.

But, when the movie itself is stated as say 30 Gigs and the full BD is supposed to be 45Gigs, and you KNOW that the extras likely DON'T add up to 15 Gigs, isn't there a bunch of 'Padding' or repetitive sequences intended to 'fill up the disc' and waste space?

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how do you know the extra's don't add up to the extra 15GB? Did you check every m2ts to see if they are an extra or not. No there isn't a bunch of "padding", if a disc is incorrectly decrypted and the same scene is played again they don't place the same scene a 2nd time on the disc. They just reference a 2nd time to that 1st scene in the playlist
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Old 22nd March 2014, 02:26   #19598  |  Link
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[14:51:23] PHASE ONE, Encoding
- [14:51:23] Processing: VID_00029 (1 of 25)
- [14:51:23] Extracting A/V streams [VID_00029]
- Error in attempt to extract audio/subs.
- Bitstream exception Unknown exception. It does not have to be! Please contact application support team for more information.
[14:51:27] - Failed to retrieve audio, aborted

Same result regardless of the number of audios requested (including just movie), regardless of desired output file size.
Program used - BD-RBV04613.

Thanks for your effort.
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Did you first rip the disc first? That looks like you are trying to reencode a disc that is still encrypted. Either that or it is corrupted.

I would also recommend upgrading to the latest release (see first post).
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Im getting this error

This beta version has expired. I have version v0.46.14 is there 1 newer

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