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In case anyone is interested, AnyDVD HD is 20% off until March 19th, that includes Lifetime. And if you use Bitcoin it's another 10% on top of that.
Didn't they get shut down when they were run by Slysoft and now they are reincarnated as Redfox? And didn't all "lifetime" users of AnyDVD get screwed because they lost their ability to get updates and had to buy it again through Redfox? If so, why would you trust Redfox to not get shutdown and do the same thing?

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Didn't they get shut down when they were run by Slysoft and now they are reincarnated as Redfox? And didn't all "lifetime" users of AnyDVD get screwed because they lost their ability to get updates and had to buy it again through Redfox? If so, why would you trust Redfox to not get shutdown and do the same thing?

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They could be shutdown tomorrow for all anyone knows, it's a convenience versus risk thing, for many of us it's worth the risk. I pop the disk in the drive, make a few clicks of the mouse and several minutes later I have an ISO(or files) on my HDD ready to be played back. I'm not sure it can get much easier than that.
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I do the same.
I got several years out of the first "lifetime;" certainly a deal compared to the yearly offerings.
Paid for a new "lifetime" as soon as it was offered.
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Didn't they get shut down when they were run by Slysoft and now they are reincarnated as Redfox? And didn't all "lifetime" users of AnyDVD get screwed because they lost their ability to get updates and had to buy it again through Redfox? If so, why would you trust Redfox to not get shutdown and do the same thing?

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More or less...the circumstances around the shutdown are murky at best.

It is what it is. At least they grandfathered "lifetime" users who had bought in the last year, or whatever time period it was. I also got several years out of mine so I'm not getting hung up on it. It continues to work well and outside of MakeMKV it's the only game in town for ripping legally purchased BD so....
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If you don't want to chance them closing down and losing your "lifetime" subscription, don't buy it... It's just a matter of how much value you get out of it...

(lifetime: def. As long as it is available or duration of its existence, so SlySoft literally kept its agreement)

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If you don't want to chance them closing down and losing your "lifetime" subscription, don't buy it... It's just a matter of how much value you get out of it...

(lifetime: def. As long as it is available or duration of its existence, so SlySoft literally kept its agreement)

When I own a lifetime subscription to anything, I exercise, eat smartly and obey all of the traffic laws so I don't cheat myself out of any usage of said product.
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Unfortunately, that still doesn't guarantee YOUR lifetime.

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Didn't they get shut down when they were run by Slysoft and now they are reincarnated as Redfox? And didn't all "lifetime" users of AnyDVD get screwed because they lost their ability to get updates and had to buy it again through Redfox? If so, why would you trust Redfox to not get shutdown and do the same thing?

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Who cares? Without Sylsoft none of this would even be possible. I was devastated when they shut down and did the happy dance when they reopened. I was happy to buy again as long as they stay in business.
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When I own a lifetime subscription to anything, I exercise, eat smartly and obey all of the traffic laws so I don't cheat myself out of any usage of said product.
Too funny.. I do none of that and South Florida has no helmet law when ridding motorcycles.

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More or less...the circumstances around the shutdown are murky at best.

It is what it is. At least they grandfathered "lifetime" users who had bought in the last year, or whatever time period it was. I also got several years out of mine so I'm not getting hung up on it. It continues to work well and outside of MakeMKV it's the only game in town for ripping legally purchased BD so....
DVD FAD Passkey does the same as Slysoft but seems to lag behind a bit on new releases.

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Who cares? Without Sylsoft none of this would even be possible. I was devastated when they shut down and did the happy dance when they reopened. I was happy to buy again as long as they stay in business.
I just purchased the lifetime license. I look at it as much as a way to support them as anything. If anyone is going to create a tool that allows us to rip the next gen BD's it will be them.

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For those storing their ripped Blu-rays, what container would you recommend? My main concern would be keeping humidity out of them. My wife stores out-of-season clothes in very large Tupperware-like containers and, I suppose, they would work. I thought I'd ask what others are using.

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For those storing their ripped Blu-rays, what container would you recommend? My main concern would be keeping humidity out of them. My wife stores out-of-season clothes in very large Tupperware-like containers and, I suppose, they would work. I thought I'd ask what others are using.

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Just don't use plastic sleeves. I have seen collections get ruined using them. I use these.

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You can order by the 10, 25, 50, 100, or 200.

I then stored the original cases in plastic storage and tossed them in the attic. I still have the 16 disc cases on a rack in a spare room. They take up far less room even having 3D, Blu-Ray, DVD, Ultraviolet, and bonus discs stored. I have 2600+ movies so you can imagine all the other extra discs. I guess I am a digital hoarder.

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That's nice and compact, but my goal is not to save storage space per se. I really only want to clear the back of my theater of the racks. Plus I want to keep the discs in the original cases ... if for no other reason than for the ease my "estate" would have in disposing of them.

I might have 300 BDs. The DVDs went a long time ago, though I think I might have some classic porn on VHS.

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"DVD FAD Passkey does the same as Slysoft but seems to behind a bit on new releases."

It looks like what DVDFab did was take the part of their software that violated the US Court order, pulled that stuff out, put that stuff on a server in China, and now you have to communicate with that server in China to decrypt the disks.

Its is slower as a result over all included staying up on recent releases. At the same time their Cinavia removal stuff working well.

Not sure how AnyDVD dealt with the matter.
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That's nice and compact, but my goal is not to save storage space per se. I really only want to clear the back of my theater of the racks. Plus I want to keep the discs in the original cases ... if for no other reason than for the ease my "estate" would have in disposing of them.

I might have 300 BDs. The DVDs went a long time ago, though I think I might have some classic porn on VHS.
5 3/8" x 7 1/2" x 40" or 5 3/8" x 15" x 20" or 10 3/4" x 7 1/2" x 20" is super easy to climatly store 300 discs. I have a hard time not keeping my actual discs inside my house but I have no problem keeping the empty cases in the attic.

If you want them in the original cases, just grab enough plastic storage bins and find an empty closet.
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Anybody know the correct playlist for Sherlock Holmes A Game Of Shadows?

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Anybody know the correct playlist for Sherlock Holmes A Game Of Shadows?
It depends on too many factors: is this retail or Netflix/RedBox? 2D or 3D? USA or Canada or Europe? The answer can be different for each of them.

Trust AnyDVD HD and its playlist identification, at least for discs more than a few weeks old.
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It depends on too many factors: is this retail or Netflix/RedBox? 2D or 3D? USA or Canada or Europe? The answer can be different for each of them.
Sorry. US retail, not 3D

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How do I access that???
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How do I access that???
AnyDVD info window will show the playlist number; also it will appear in the disc.inf file on the ripped disc.

Search AnyDVD forums for "ScreenPass" which is the trade name of this form of copy protection.

Edit: I'm assuming this disc has ScreenPass. Otherwise, the playlist should be obvious based on running time.
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Ummm, if it were that easy, I wouldn't be asking.

AnyDVD HD info window does not show the correct playlist. The disc.inf does not show it either, but does list "speedmenu=0", i.e. the disc does not have SpeedMenu.

And finally, there are two mpls both at 2:08:45.

On the AVS thread with the database of Blu-ray specs, this title links to [US] Gulliver's Travels (1939).

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Anybody know the correct playlist for Sherlock Holmes A Game Of Shadows?
My US retail only has one good playlist 00100.mpls comprised of 00001.m2ts with a runtime of 2:08:05.

No ScreenPass on this disc.
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AnyDVD HD info window does not show the correct playlist. The disc.inf does not show it either, but does list "speedmenu=0", i.e. the disc does not have SpeedMenu.

And finally, there are two mpls both at 2:08:45.
Does the AnyDVD window show an incorrect playlist? If so, make sure you are using the latest version of AnyDVD, then send a logfile to the AnyDVD forum so they can fix it.

Since this disc is pretty old, I suspect this is not the case. I guess you are saying that it shows no playlist. That means the disc does not have ScreenPass.

In that case the reason for multiple playlists might be to handle different on-screen language translations. Sometimes it's used for theatrical vs director's cut, but those are almost always different lengths.

The way to distinguish is to look at the list of files that are part of each playlist (ClownBD shows this, I guess from the output of eac3to?) and then view those *.m2ts files manually.
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My US retail only has one good playlist 00100.mpls comprised of 00001.m2ts with a runtime of 2:08:05.

No ScreenPass on this disc.
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Does the AnyDVD window show an incorrect playlist? If so, make sure you are using the latest version of AnyDVD, then send a logfile to the AnyDVD forum so they can fix it.

Since this disc is pretty old, I suspect this is not the case. I guess you are saying that it shows no playlist. That means the disc does not have ScreenPass.

In that case the reason for multiple playlists might be to handle different on-screen language translations. Sometimes it's used for theatrical vs director's cut, but those are almost always different lengths.

The way to distinguish is to look at the list of files that are part of each playlist (ClownBD shows this, I guess from the output of eac3to?) and then view those *.m2ts files manually.
Correct, no playlist listed, period, on the info screen or the .inf. I suspect the two mpls on my disc has something to do with it also having Maximum Movie Mode. Both are 2:08:45 and are made up of about 25 m2ts each. Daunting, but I see a numerical order to the m2ts on one mpls with the m2ts not ordered the same. Next time I get back to my workstation I will view some of the segments.

Just thought it would be easier to ask!

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Correct, no playlist listed, period, on the info screen or the .inf. I suspect the two mpls on my disc has something to do with it also having Maximum Movie Mode. Both are 2:08:45 and are made up of about 25 m2ts each. Daunting, but I see a numerical order to the m2ts on one mpls with the m2ts not ordered the same. Next time I get back to my workstation I will view some of the segments.

Just thought it would be easier to ask!
That's what the M2TS viewer is for in Blu-Ray Ripper.
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Anybody know the correct playlist for Sherlock Holmes A Game Of Shadows?
I just ripped this last week, recently purchased from Amazon in the 2-disc collection of Sherlock Holmes and Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows.

Both discs have bonus versions of the movies called 'Maximum Movie Mode', where the the Director of the first movie and Robert Downey Jr in the 2nd movie do some narration. I had to rip both versions to figure it out.

The regular movie on the Game of Shadows disc should be:

Title information
Name: Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows
Source file name: 00090.mpls
Duration: 2:08:44
Chapters count: 13
Size: 24.0 GB
Segment count: 23
Segment map: 455,456,457,458,459,460,461,462,463,464,465,466,46 7,468,469,470,471,472,473,474,475,476,477
File name: Sherlock_Holmes_A_Game_of_Shadows_t00.mkv

Edited with correct mpls/segment map

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Interesting. The correct mpls on my US retail individual movie is 0090. The m2ts files are, consecutively, 455 through 477. MPLS 00102 on my disc does list the segments as you cite, but 478 starts our almost immediately with R Downey, Jr., stepping into the frame announcing Maximum Movie Mode. Lesson learned; I will do more due diligence before asking.

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Interesting. The correct mpls on my US retail individual movie is 0090. The m2ts files are, consecutively, 455 through 477. MPLS 00102 on my disc does list the segments as you cite, but 478 starts our almost immediately with R Downey, Jr., stepping into the frame announcing Maximum Movie Mode. Lesson learned; I will do more due diligence before asking.
I just checked by playing the first minute and you are correct. After ripping both, I accidentally deleted the correct version and kept the Maximum Movie Mode version! Well at least I can re-rip it before I sit down to watch it and then discover I kept the wrong version.

Thanks for posting your discovery.

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