You're right I completely forgot about that...thanks!
|Please try this build (from the top of the MC16 board):
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You are probably fine. I did a test on a movie I ripped "feature only" originally, and it converted to mkv and plays back fine even with fast forwarding. It appears the culprit is DVD2OneX, which I unfortunately used to strip out the feature after ripping with RipIt on my Macs. I'm guessing DVD2One somehow builds the new folder structure incorrectly and makemkv gets confused.
Just my luck - this whole HTPC experience seems cursed from the get-go. Reminds me why I have been a longtime NeXT/Mac user every time I have to go "under the hood" on a Windows machine.
Before this is was the complete failure to get the HDHomeRun Prime working - going to give up on that and send it back and just keep using the miserable Brighthouse DVR. I'll stick to MC16 for movie/TV series playback.
I would look into using it for music, but my home theater rig is not my audiophile listening environment (vacuum tube headphone system for that), so I have a hard time giving up the seamless integration and ease of use of my AppleTV/iTunes arrangement even though it does resample everything to 48k and thus buggers the sound quality.
Went this route for movies since I was unsuccessful at getting a set top box to play back blu-ray rips with equivalent quality to my Oppo. THe HTPC, MC16 and a Radeon 6570 with some minor PP adjustments seems to get there.
I'm thinking that I might convert all of my DVD rips to MKV so that I can utilize the MadVR filter in MC. At least in getting the best possible quality out of my DVD's because I don't want to rebuy all of them on Blu-ray.