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post #31 of 36
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Originally Posted by pepar View Post

As a comparison to my times, have you ripped either of the two movies I just did?

have you checked to see if your drive is supported bt MediaSpeedCodeEdit?

Jeff

Yes, Hunger Games and Jack Reacher too less than an hour to rip as Folder Structure with HD and AC3 sound track with English and Spanish audio and subs.
post #32 of 36
So whats currently the fastest bluray dual layer reader out there?

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post #33 of 36
I ripped "Pacific Rim" dual layer (about 37gb) using imgburn and these were the numbers I got:

Operation Successfully Completed! - Duration: 00:24:56
Average Read Rate: 24,751 KB/s (5.5x) - Maximum Read Rate: 34,961 KB/s (7.8x)

This was using a Sony BD-5300S blu-ray player/burner (stock) on a Mac Pro - OSX 10.9 host running Parallels 8.0 and a Windows 7 x64 client. I used to use a LG-hg20? but when I removed the rip lock I started noticing artifacts in some of my rips, plus it caused sleeping/wake-up problems on the mac.
post #34 of 36
Not so much into the Blu-ray drive.
But i'm in the near future, gonna rip all my blu-rays.
How will those compare in speed and reliablity:
LG external: http://www.proshop.dk/DVD-Blu-ray-drev/LG-BP40NS20-Super-Multi-Blue-2406165.html
LG BH16: http://www.proshop.dk/DVD-Blu-ray-drev/LG-BH16NS40-Super-Multi-Blue-2398135.html
Lite-on: http://www.proshop.dk/DVD-Blu-ray-drev/Lite-On-iHBS112-Black-2325256.html
Asus: http://www.proshop.dk/DVD-Blu-ray-drev/ASUS-BC-12D2HT-BLK-G-AS-2424433.html


You did mention something about a lock on the drives to?.
post #35 of 36
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How will those compare in speed and reliablity:
Any internal drive will (generally) be quicker than a slim external. I have the LG BH drive and I know it's quick. For the other drives you mention, read the other posts in this thread or take a look at MyCE.com.
post #36 of 36
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Originally Posted by grymok View Post

Not so much into the Blu-ray drive.
But i'm in the near future, gonna rip all my blu-rays.
How will those compare in speed and reliablity:
LG external: http://www.proshop.dk/DVD-Blu-ray-drev/LG-BP40NS20-Super-Multi-Blue-2406165.html
LG BH16: http://www.proshop.dk/DVD-Blu-ray-drev/LG-BH16NS40-Super-Multi-Blue-2398135.html
Lite-on: http://www.proshop.dk/DVD-Blu-ray-drev/Lite-On-iHBS112-Black-2325256.html
Asus: http://www.proshop.dk/DVD-Blu-ray-drev/ASUS-BC-12D2HT-BLK-G-AS-2424433.html


You did mention something about a lock on the drives to?.

"Riplock"

I don't know if all drives have it, but I do know that some drives are able to be "unlocked" by a piece of software called Media Code Speed Edit. I used the compatibility list to find and buy a specific drive ... LG GGW-H20L ... (bought three of them actually) and noticed approx a 20% increase in ripping speed when I used this.

Here is some info on it.

Jeff
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