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Originally Posted by DotJun View Post

I've not had any problems with my intel drives yet, while my corsair I've seen drop out every so often. Mind you that the corsair only drops out during post so if I don't shut that computer off I don't have to worry about it.

I don't know about the gtx drives as I have the gt.

Drop out as in ... not appear/not accessible? Cabling/connector issue?

Jeff
post #3842 of 5693
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Originally Posted by pepar View Post

Drop out as in ... not appear/not accessible? Cabling/connector issue?

Jeff
Yep that's what it looks like. Reboot, does not show up when posting as if there is no drive there. Reboot a couple more times without doing anything else and it magically appears. Ie swapped out SATA cable, power cable and even PSU but it still has that problem. I've also tried a few diff firmware over the time I've had it.
post #3843 of 5693
Well, it took me about 18 hours to convert all of my BD folder structure movies to MKV with MKVMerge. So, now all I've got are M2TS main movies and MKV files.
post #3844 of 5693
I am new to this so please forgive my questions if they seem noobish. I have a collection o f BR’s I would like to transfer to a HDD. I would like to be able to play the files with iTunes (mp4 if possible). But I’ll settle if the file will be playable by VLC or Cyberlink. I don’t need any of the menus or any of the extras. I’ve perused the thread but it’s fairly large at this point. From what I have been able to gather, I need a combination of software; AnyDVD and ClownBD? I’m getting a PC built by Origin to handle the horsepower, so if you have any advice on spec’s of the hardware, that would be appreciated as well. Thanks in advance.
post #3845 of 5693
MakeMKV and Handbrake. Works great. Easy to get subtitles and Handbrake has presets for encoding for apple TVs and iPods etc.
post #3846 of 5693
I'm still struggling with this Avatar forced subs rip. Has anyone ripped Avatar successfully while maintaining forced subs only with the original Na'vi font? If so, how did you do it? The closest I've come is MakeMKV which at first I though ripped them correctly. However upon second look it actually ripped a time frame of where the Na'vi subs appear. So there are subtitles that show up saying (Speaking Na'vi). The mkv I have re-encoded with Handbrake and burned in forced subs works perfect but I'd like to figure out the process for doing this manually.
post #3847 of 5693
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Originally Posted by ogbuehi View Post

I am new to this so please forgive my questions if they seem noobish. I have a collection o f BR’s I would like to transfer to a HDD. I would like to be able to play the files with iTunes (mp4 if possible). But I’ll settle if the file will be playable by VLC or Cyberlink. I don’t need any of the menus or any of the extras. I’ve perused the thread but it’s fairly large at this point. From what I have been able to gather, I need a combination of software; AnyDVD and ClownBD? I’m getting a PC built by Origin to handle the horsepower, so if you have any advice on spec’s of the hardware, that would be appreciated as well. Thanks in advance.

Yes -you need software to decrypt the BD (AnyDVD or DVDFab) and then software to rip just the main movie. There are multiple options from there MakeMV, ClownBD, ToNMT, etc but each one has it's pluses and minuses so you should check each out to ensure one/more meets your needs.

PC? i5 or higher, 6GB memory, and a decent BD drive is all you need.
post #3848 of 5693
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Originally Posted by itznfb View Post

I'm still struggling with this Avatar forced subs rip. Has anyone ripped Avatar successfully while maintaining forced subs only with the original Na'vi font? If so, how did you do it? The closest I've come is MakeMKV which at first I though ripped them correctly. However upon second look it actually ripped a time frame of where the Na'vi subs appear. So there are subtitles that show up saying (Speaking Na'vi). The mkv I have re-encoded with Handbrake and burned in forced subs works perfect but I'd like to figure out the process for doing this manually.

Are you sure the subtitles aren't supposed to say "(Speaking Na'vi)"?? Where else would such a subtitle come from if it wasn't from the actual subtitle track?

Can you tell me the time stamp in the movie where this occurs?
post #3849 of 5693
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Originally Posted by Wryker View Post

Yes -you need software to decrypt the BD (AnyDVD or DVDFab) and then software to rip just the main movie. There are multiple options from there MakeMV, ClownBD, ToNMT, etc but each one has it's pluses and minuses so you should check each out to ensure one/more meets your needs.

PC? i5 or higher, 6GB memory, and a decent BD drive is all you need.

dvdfab can rip the main movie. you don't need anything else.
post #3850 of 5693
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Originally Posted by ScottJ View Post

Are you sure the subtitles aren't supposed to say "(Speaking Na'vi)"?? Where else would such a subtitle come from if it wasn't from the actual subtitle track?

Can you tell me the time stamp in the movie where this occurs?

It's in the main subtitle track but it's not marked as forced. However it's in between two Na'vi language lines that are marked as forced. Also, it doesn't show up in the re-encoded mkv from Handbrake's Foreign Language Subtitle search.
post #3851 of 5693
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Originally Posted by itznfb View Post

I'm still struggling with this Avatar forced subs rip. Has anyone ripped Avatar successfully while maintaining forced subs only with the original Na'vi font? If so, how did you do it? The closest I've come is MakeMKV which at first I though ripped them correctly. However upon second look it actually ripped a time frame of where the Na'vi subs appear. So there are subtitles that show up saying (Speaking Na'vi). The mkv I have re-encoded with Handbrake and burned in forced subs works perfect but I'd like to figure out the process for doing this manually.

I had ClownBD ripped to M2TS files with subtitles and Spanish language. I then used MKVMerge, and remuxed it to MKV with the forced subtitle track flagged. Works great.
post #3852 of 5693
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Originally Posted by itznfb View Post

I'm still struggling with this Avatar forced subs rip. Has anyone ripped Avatar successfully while maintaining forced subs only with the original Na'vi font? If so, how did you do it? The closest I've come is MakeMKV which at first I though ripped them correctly. However upon second look it actually ripped a time frame of where the Na'vi subs appear. So there are subtitles that show up saying (Speaking Na'vi). The mkv I have re-encoded with Handbrake and burned in forced subs works perfect but I'd like to figure out the process for doing this manually.

I had no problem with eac3to (command line) where I demuxed all the sub tracks, found the one with the forced subs for Na'vi language, and then exported them out with BDSup2Sub and merged everything back with mkvmerge (GUI).
post #3853 of 5693
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Originally Posted by itznfb View Post

It's in the main subtitle track but it's not marked as forced. However it's in between two Na'vi language lines that are marked as forced. Also, it doesn't show up in the re-encoded mkv from Handbrake's Foreign Language Subtitle search.

What timestamp? I'd like to check my rip.
post #3854 of 5693
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Originally Posted by GusGus748s View Post

I had ClownBD ripped to M2TS files with subtitles and Spanish language. I then used MKVMerge, and remuxed it to MKV with the forced subtitle track flagged. Works great.

When I used ClownBD I got no forced subs. When I ripped the entire track manually with eac3to and tried to use it with ClownBD it just froze.

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Originally Posted by Killroy View Post

I had no problem with eac3to (command line) where I demuxed all the sub tracks, found the one with the forced subs for Na'vi language, and then exported them out with BDSup2Sub and merged everything back with mkvmerge (GUI).

When I exported with BDSup2Sub it didn't export all of the forced subs. Only some of them. Have you validated that all of the forced subs are actually there?


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Originally Posted by ScottJ View Post

What timestamp? I'd like to check my rip.

I believe line 158 11 min 08 sec is the first foreign language sub.
158 (00:11:08.585)
post #3855 of 5693
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Originally Posted by itznfb View Post

When I exported with BDSup2Sub it didn't export all of the forced subs. Only some of them. Have you validated that all of the forced subs are actually there?

Yes, I don't remember the actual count but I always check the exported track to make sure that all the subs are there....besides, I think I also moved the subs into the 2.45:1 scope area in case I wanted to watch the movie in scope as it was meant to be seen (Yeah, I know that it was released in 1.78:1 but I saw it in theaters in 2.35:1).
post #3856 of 5693
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Originally Posted by Killroy View Post

Yes, I don't remember the actual count but I always check the exported track to make sure that all the subs are there....besides, I think I also moved the subs into the 2.45:1 scope area in case I wanted to watch the movie in scope as it was meant to be seen (Yeah, I know that it was released in 1.78:1 but I saw it in theaters in 2.35:1).

When I export them it exports the correct number but more than half of them just show up blank. Just importing the sup file into BDSup2Sub most of them show up blank.
post #3857 of 5693
Anyone have issues ripping planet Earth bbc blu-ray's. On all my disc I am getting errors with Makemkv giving sector errors and then trying a workaround.

I then ripped the iso straight to my machine and it copied fine, yet Make mkv gives the same errors when trying to rip it.
post #3858 of 5693
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Originally Posted by itznfb View Post

When I export them it exports the correct number but more than half of them just show up blank. Just importing the sup file into BDSup2Sub most of them show up blank.

Do you still have the original sup file? If you do, PM them to me so I can test them compared to mine.
post #3859 of 5693
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Originally Posted by itznfb View Post

When I used ClownBD I got no forced subs. When I ripped the entire track manually with eac3to and tried to use it with ClownBD it just froze.
When I exported with BDSup2Sub it didn't export all of the forced subs. Only some of them. Have you validated that all of the forced subs are actually there?
I believe line 158 11 min 08 sec is the first foreign language sub.
158 (00:11:08.585)

Perhaps I misunderstood but I thought you were referring to one specific point in the movie where the subs were broken. What timestamp was that particular problem?
post #3860 of 5693
How big are the files as a % of the original BD ?
post #3861 of 5693
MKV is merely a file container, so you're not exactly compressing the data. All the data is 100% content of the original disc, minus whichever contents you don't select for your MKV file within a BD rip program.
post #3862 of 5693
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Originally Posted by itznfb View Post

I'm still struggling with this Avatar forced subs rip. Has anyone ripped Avatar successfully while maintaining forced subs only with the original Na'vi font? If so, how did you do it? The closest I've come is MakeMKV which at first I though ripped them correctly. However upon second look it actually ripped a time frame of where the Na'vi subs appear. So there are subtitles that show up saying (Speaking Na'vi). The mkv I have re-encoded with Handbrake and burned in forced subs works perfect but I'd like to figure out the process for doing this manually.

I just pulled out that title to experiment with. Will post when I have results.
post #3863 of 5693
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Originally Posted by Karm Gill View Post

How big are the files as a % of the original BD ?

Many (most?) of us are using these tools to end up with only main movie, lossless audio and any forced subtitles. We are "losing" the extras, navigation function, foreign languages, so that when we select the movie and hit the button, it plays IMMEDIATELY.

Typically, my rips are 75% of what the entire disc is. Some are more and some are less.

Jeff
post #3864 of 5693
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Originally Posted by pepar View Post

Many (most?) of us are using these tools to end up with only main movie, lossless audio and any forced subtitles. We are "losing" the extras, navigation function, foreign languages, so that when we select the movie and hit the button, it plays IMMEDIATELY.

Typically, my rips are 75% of what the entire disc is. Some are more and some are less.

Jeff

Yep. The goal here is to just get the movie off the disc and onto our servers. If you want to ruin the PQ/AQ of your movie, then you will need something like Handbrake. MKVmerge is useful for cutting out unwanted content or, in my case, Make those Lord of the Rings movies a single file. My rip of LoTR:Return of the King is 69.6 GB. I don't have to get up in the middle of the movie to swap a disc either.
post #3865 of 5693
Here is my Avatar sup file ripped with eac3to: http://www.mediafire.com/download/mhc6h5h8rshqbpd/AvatarSup.zip
post #3866 of 5693
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Originally Posted by ScottJ View Post

Perhaps I misunderstood but I thought you were referring to one specific point in the movie where the subs were broken. What timestamp was that particular problem?

It's quite a few places but line 159 shows up blank while 158 is fine.
post #3867 of 5693
OK... I see what you are seeing... Are you looking at the main window or the small window on the lower right?

On the main window #159 looks blank but its not. Click on the lower right window and you will see that its actually there.

BTW, I just exported it and all the lines are there with no problems.
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Here is what I am seeing in both the details window and the export.
post #3869 of 5693
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Originally Posted by Killroy View Post

OK... I see what you are seeing... Are you looking at the main window or the small window on the lower right?

On the main window #159 looks blank but its not. Click on the lower right window and you will see that its actually there.

BTW, I just exported it and all the lines are there with no problems.

What version of BDSup2Sub are you using? Mine is blank and I get WARNING: Problems during RLE decoding of picture OBJ at offset 0x003e1c0e when viewing the blank frames.
post #3870 of 5693
This is what I'm seeing just so you don't think I'm crazy. You can see the warning below the individual frame window.

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