Originally Posted by blackssr
Can you try making a ripped ISO with just movie, subs, forced subs and hidef audio? I use ClownBD for this. Those that have the issues that you described always seem to make full ISOs using only ANYDVDHD.
Sure these are my results using cloudy with a chance of meatballs bluray:
1)ISO file created with AnyDVDHD6609: movie has green lines at times 58:11, 58:43 and 1:03:59 just to name a few. These are repeatable every time.
2)Taking that original full disk ISO file that had problems and ripping it to file mode using AnyDVDHD and playing the 05037.m2ts file shows no green lines at those scenes or any others that I found. The times don't line up though because that isn't the whole movie.
3)Taking that original full disk ISO file that had problems and ripping it to another ISO using Clown BD using main movie, DTSHDMA audio and some subs and it plays back fine at those trouble spots. I did still note that there was a sound dropout or two while I was watching the movie waiting for those scenes.
As far as the sound dropouts go I can't find any repeatability to them, they just happen every now and again no matter what. DVD movies play back fine, already watched a bunch of DVD's on the unit. I really
want to maintain menus and extras for my bluray collection, that is sort-of the whole reason I picked the Dune.
Right now I am taking that original ISO ripped with AnyDVDHD6609 and re ripping it to ISO using AnyDVDHD6623 on the off chance that is what fixed situation 3 above.