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Just curious - what software are you using in combination with AnyDVD to produce a MKV file when ripping 4K UHD-BDs? I've been using MakeMKV to rip my UHD-BDs but would like to know what the alternatives are (I've been using AnyDVD for years for ripping my HD BD collection)
MKVToolnix. Great program. It will not do the decrypting though, so you'll need to use AnyDVD for that step.
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Anyone else having an issue with makemkv opening How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World?
I got the UHD version from Best Buy on the day it released. It initially wouldn't open, but all I did was upgrade MakeMKV to the latest version and it went without a hitch. TIFWIW.
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Has any of you tried ripping Dolby Vision disc to create a mp4?
(It has to be .mp4 as .mkv does not support dual layer)

CloneBD 1.2.5.0 started supporting Dolby Vision. (I heard the latest DVDFab started supporting DV, too).
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But then you lose the lossless audio. You have to convert it to lossy audio for this. Which would be a hard pass for me.
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Indeed. AC3 is limitation. But some would take DV over lossless audio.
I wonder if salvation arrives in the form of HDR10+...
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I wonder if salvation arrives in the form of HDR10+...

Why? It’s got less traction and hardware support than DV


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Has any of you tried ripping Dolby Vision disc to create a mp4?
(It has to be .mp4 as .mkv does not support dual layer)
Yep... I have done this with 2001 and Forrest Gump.

However, although both my LG TV and OPPO are able to detect the Dolby Vision flag without any problems, I did experience some stability issues when playing these huge MP4 contained files via either a USB connected HDD or NAS.

For example, my LG televisions media player either locks-up or re-boots itself (complaining about being out of memory). And when playing the same files using the OPPO, after a while the player becomes unresponsive to IR commands and requires a power-cycle.

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Per the reasons described in the posts I quoted, combined with the hope that MakeMKV would be able to pull HDR10+ video and lossless audio out of the same UHD rip...
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Per the reasons described in the posts I quoted, combined with the hope that MakeMKV would be able to pull HDR10+ video and lossless audio out of the same UHD rip...
In my tests I can confirm that the HDR10+ flag is maintained within MKV contained files...

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Yep... I have done this with 2001 and Forrest Gump.



However, although both my LG TV and OPPO are able to detect the Dolby Vision flag without any problems, I did experience some stability issues when playing these huge MP4 contained files via either a USB connected HDD or NAS.



For example, my LG televisions media player either locks-up or re-boots itself (complaining about being out of memory). And when playing the same files using the OPPO, after a while the player becomes unresponsive to IR commands and requires a power-cycle.



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Wow, what a coincidence! 2001: A Space Odyssey is the very first title I made into a Dolby Vision mp4 and watched last night on LG OLED C9 (DLNA from Synology 918+ NAS).
Played great. No issues during the entire movie playthrough.
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I wonder if salvation arrives in the form of HDR10+...

I thought HDR10+ already worked in mkv container.
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Wow, what a coincidence! 2001: A Space Odyssey is the very first title I made into a Dolby Vision mp4 and watched last night on LG OLED C9 (DLNA from Synology 918+ NAS).
Played great. No issues during the entire movie playthrough.
Just-so everybody knows I used Grencola's 'dv-mp4-maker.exe v2.0' to create the 'Dolby Vision.mp4' files...
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Just-so everybody knows I used Grencola's 'dv-mp4-maker.exe v2.0' to create the 'Dolby Vision.mp4' files...
Is there any estimate as to when/if files with DV and lossless audio will be able to be created?
For me, without the lossless Atmos and DTS:X, it is a completely different audio presentation.
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Is there any estimate as to when files with DV and lossless audio will be able to be created?
For me, without the lossless Atmos and DTS:X, it is a completely different audio presentation.
With regard to creating compliant Dolby Vision .MKV muxes along with it's meta-data, it's "sort-of" possible to get the Dolby Vision meta-data into the container (needs more tweaks). But when it comes to playing such muxes it would seem that a new MKV file parser will need to be coded in order for existing hardware video decoders to understand what to do with the Dolby Vision meta-data. Such are the issues with open-standard containers.

And with regard to creating Dolby Vision .M2TS muxes along with it's meta-data, this will require an entirely new .M2TS muxer to be coded, as all current 'freeware' .M2TS muxing software's (especially those that rely on TSmuxer), don't understand the HEVC video stream format. See here: https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.p...28#post1868528


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Anyone else having an issue with makemkv opening How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World?
I just tried it. MakeMKV had no issues creating the UHD MKV from the UHD BD ISO of How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World
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Just-so everybody knows I used Grencola's 'dv-mp4-maker.exe v2.0' to create the 'Dolby Vision.mp4' files...
I used CloneBD. :-)
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