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techmattr's Avatar techmattr 03:29 PM 03-06-2014
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Originally Posted by Brajesh View Post

Has anyone ripped 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' (US disc) yet? Man, I've never seen this many playlists with the exact running time! Which mpls is correct?

I don't think it is officially release until tomorrow. I think our copy will be arriving tomorrow unless Amazon is lying to me. Sounds like the same protection as the first one though. You can probably identify the correct playlist by runtime.

Brajesh's Avatar Brajesh 03:32 PM 03-06-2014
Yeah, got mine from Amazon a day early. Lots of playlists with the exact (correct) runtime of 2.26.15.
mrkeeling's Avatar mrkeeling 04:17 PM 03-06-2014
Got 904 reported as correct one, but also got a notice that there is new protection so full disk playback may not be possible.
Ripped it successfully and extracted main movie only successfully (I think), but haven’t watched it yet. Oh, the disk is Canadian.
hifiaudio2's Avatar hifiaudio2 04:49 PM 03-06-2014
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Originally Posted by McStyvie View Post

thanks for this thread, it is very helpful.

I have a question. Will anydvd allow me to rip a 3D blu ray as an ISO on my laptop even if it only has a 2D blu ray player/burner?

I have a 3D blu ray player and projector, but do not (yet) use an HTPC or NAS for my films, but am looking into it.

I am going to upgrade my AVR soon to an X4000 which has networking capabilities, so this is now becoming interesting for me.

Thanks in advance!
Yes you can rip a 3d iso regardless of you blu ray rom drive type. I am not sure what you are referencing about the AVR, but note that I don't know of any that playback iso files. Or other video files for that matter. I don't know about the one you are referencing though. Maybe that is something new that does.
McStyvie's Avatar McStyvie 09:01 PM 03-06-2014
Ah, thanks mate, ok, well I will just have to use them as back up and burn if the original gets destroyed. I will have to check if my blu ray player will play MKV files, that may be the better way tó go then.

Cheers,
agogley's Avatar agogley 10:03 PM 03-06-2014
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I have had the experience. It's often a protocol stack problem. In my case, an updated NIC driver solved the problem on my server. PC's always have the playback advantage over a media player because they have comparatively large amounts of memory so they can read at burst speeds and buffer huge amounts so when the NAS lags they don't feel the effect. Media players have minimal buffers.

So maybe the new version of this server uses a drastically different NIC? I'm going to run that by Western Digital. I'm absolutely at my wit's end. I'm thinking of changing my router and switch, although I've seen reviews of my switch that seem to indicate that throughput is not an issue. Plus I bypassed the switch and that didn't help. So it's one of three things. The media players (I have two), the new servers, or the router (or some combination of the three).
agogley's Avatar agogley 10:05 PM 03-06-2014
For those of you looking at tweaking settings in Handbrake, I highly recommend you visit the handbrake forums. They have guys there who have played around with the settings and seem to know the exact settings to maximize PQ and compression.
Sammy2's Avatar Sammy2 07:31 AM 03-07-2014
Maybe it has been posted before, but which playlist is the correct one for Frozen (2013)?


McStyvie's Avatar McStyvie 07:36 AM 03-07-2014
Confirmed that you can copy a 3D blu to ISO in a 2d blu ray player on a PC with Any DVD HD.
Killroy's Avatar Killroy 08:48 AM 03-07-2014
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Originally Posted by Brajesh View Post

Has anyone ripped 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' (US disc) yet? Man, I've never seen this many playlists with the exact running time! Which mpls is correct?

Always look here first if you can't figure it out: https://forum.slysoft.com/forumdisplay.php?53-AnyDVD-HD-%28Blu-ray%29

The playlist listed there is the correct one.
Brajesh's Avatar Brajesh 09:05 AM 03-07-2014
Thanks... but, there seem to be varying reports on which playlist is correct. SlySoft forum indicates 00778.mpls. However, MakeMKV forum indicates 00861.mpls, 00198.mpls or title 35 (which is a different playlist I think).
Killroy's Avatar Killroy 09:09 AM 03-07-2014
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Thanks... but, there seem to be varying reports on which playlist is correct. SlySoft forum indicates 00778.mpls. However, MakeMKV forum indicates 00861.mpls, 00198.mpls or title 35 (which is a different playlist I think).

I used 00778 and it worked fine. I trust Slysoft users a lot more than MakeMKV. They have never ever failed me.
Brajesh's Avatar Brajesh 09:11 AM 03-07-2014
Thanks. Will monitor SlySoft forum in case this changes and a re-rip is needed.
Kelson's Avatar Kelson 11:41 AM 03-07-2014
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Originally Posted by Brajesh View Post

Thanks... but, there seem to be varying reports on which playlist is correct. SlySoft forum indicates 00778.mpls. However, MakeMKV forum indicates 00861.mpls, 00198.mpls or title 35 (which is a different playlist I think).
Depends on whether it is retail or rental version. The playlist is often different between the two.
Brajesh's Avatar Brajesh 12:14 PM 03-07-2014
True, and variations between regional releases. I have the U.S. retail disc. Will wait and see what others post about this title.
techmattr's Avatar techmattr 01:07 PM 03-07-2014
Keep in mind there are almost always duplicate identical playlists and depending on your detection/decryption method you may find multiple playlists that all may be correct. The Hunger Games had 2 correct playlists that you could have used. So this can sometimes create conflicts between forums where one person may find one playlist to be correct while another find a different playlist that is also correct.
Sammy2's Avatar Sammy2 01:18 PM 03-07-2014
Anyone? This is from MakeMKV of course. I haven't looked at which mpls playlists these are. Thanks.
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Maybe it has been posted before, but which playlist is the correct one for Frozen (2013)?


Brajesh's Avatar Brajesh 01:42 PM 03-07-2014
Are the running times of the top 3 all the same? I believe the correct is 1:42:13 (at least from my iTunes version). I'd rip the top 3 playlists via MakeMKV, then play back each one and see which one has titles/credits in English. That's the one you want.
Sammy2's Avatar Sammy2 01:53 PM 03-07-2014
I'm going to have to install the 4Tb HDD I have first. I'm out of room but could also use to get rid of a BUNCH of crap on my 17Tb of HDD's I have going already. I am seriously at a crunch on space right now, so much so that I couldn't rip all three if I wanted to do so right now.
Brajesh's Avatar Brajesh 02:07 PM 03-07-2014
With 'Hunger Games: Catching Fire', the mystery continues. BTW, SlySoft forum users are saying you can tell which playlist is right by looking at the 'Status' screen. If this is the drive tab when you click AnyDVD logo in taskbar, all I see is disc label with total size (sectors) and MBytes.
techmattr's Avatar techmattr 03:04 PM 03-07-2014
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Originally Posted by Brajesh View Post

With 'Hunger Games: Catching Fire', the mystery continues. BTW, SlySoft forum users are saying you can tell which playlist is right by looking at the 'Status' screen. If this is the drive tab when you click AnyDVD logo in taskbar, all I see is disc label with total size (sectors) and MBytes.

I found an old post from user itznfb that shows where to find this info for The Hunger Games (the first one).
http://www.avsforum.com/t/1336046/ripping-blu-rays-ii/3210#post_23486788

I think I may have used his screenshot in my blog somewhere...
Brajesh's Avatar Brajesh 03:12 PM 03-07-2014
Thank you! Mine (retail USA, from Amazon) shows 00778.mpls as indeed correct for 'Catching Fire'. Earlier, I was looking at 'status' for ripped and mounted ISO, but seems you need to do it via actual disc.
pepar's Avatar pepar 03:18 PM 03-07-2014
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Originally Posted by techmattr View Post

Keep in mind there are almost always duplicate identical playlists and depending on your detection/decryption method you may find multiple playlists that all may be correct. The Hunger Games had 2 correct playlists that you could have used. So this can sometimes create conflicts between forums where one person may find one playlist to be correct while another find a different playlist that is also correct.

How devious.
Sammy2's Avatar Sammy2 03:48 PM 03-07-2014
Apparently Frozen (2013) has playlist obfuscation from what I can see. Has anyone posted which one is the correct one??
aaronwt's Avatar aaronwt 03:54 PM 03-07-2014
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Confirmed that you can copy a 3D blu to ISO in a 2d blu ray player on a PC with Any DVD HD.
That has always been the case hasn't it?
techmattr's Avatar techmattr 04:20 PM 03-07-2014
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How devious.

I actually think it's just sloppy menu systems.

Just got home and my Catching Fire disc is here and confirmed 778


techmattr's Avatar techmattr 04:26 PM 03-07-2014
Additionally, you can pipe FIND to eac3to so you don't have to hunt for the playlist in the output.


Killroy's Avatar Killroy 04:38 PM 03-07-2014
You can also just type in the actual playlist eac3to {location}\bdmv\playlist\00778.mpls
dbone1026's Avatar dbone1026 05:04 PM 03-07-2014
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Originally Posted by techmattr View Post

I actually think it's just sloppy menu systems.

Just got home and my Catching Fire disc is here and confirmed 778


^ This, that is how I could tell the correct playlist. Funny enough, even Clown_BD detected as it gave me the option to just use 778 instead of seeing the whole list
dbone1026's Avatar dbone1026 05:07 PM 03-07-2014
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Originally Posted by Sammy2 View Post

Apparently Frozen (2013) has playlist obfuscation from what I can see. Has anyone posted which one is the correct one??

Frozen is just like the other Disney movies, 1 playlist for English, 1 for Spanish, and 1 for french. The Correct playlist is I think 800. Easy way to tell, look at the three playlists, see where the first seemless branch occurs, play that m2ts separately and it will be obvious (each playlist will have a different 2nd m2ts, one will say Frozen in English, one in Spanish, and one in French)
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