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I installed MakeMKV and Auto Rip'n Compress and, using the Rip feature in WMC Extras sucessfully ripped 3 DVD's and 3 Blu-Rays. I set the rip parameters so that files of under an hour would not be ripped. Very good result.....except with Apollo 18. Even trying 3 times, cleaning up the disc (these were all library loaners, so some very finger-printed) after a good 30 minutes rip time all I got was 18 of the 87 minutes and a file size of a bit over a gig. There were no error messages, simply the same finished status as for the other sucessful rips. I played the disc (though just portions) on my stand alone Blu-Ray player and could not see any places where it was stumbling, though I guess it could have done so somewhere. Anyone else run into this issue?
 

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Originally Posted by TornadoTJ  /t/1466681/incomplete-blu-ray-rip#post_23164336


You do realize you just confessed to engaging in illegal activity on a public forum, right?

Not archiving or collecting. One time testing only. Ripped files to be deleted before discs get returned to library Saturday.
 

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Originally Posted by tgrinch  /t/1466681/incomplete-blu-ray-rip#post_23164227


What if you remove (or reduce) the option to only rip files >60m. I have mine @ 240seconds.

Nope, nothing changed.
 

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Originally Posted by sgbroimp  /t/1466681/incomplete-blu-ray-rip#post_23162991


I installed MakeMKV and Auto Rip'n Compress and, using the Rip feature in WMC Extras sucessfully ripped 3 DVD's and 3 Blu-Rays. I set the rip parameters so that files of under an hour would not be ripped. Very good result.....except with Apollo 18. Even trying 3 times, cleaning up the disc (these were all library loaners, so some very finger-printed) after a good 30 minutes rip time all I got was 18 of the 87 minutes and a file size of a bit over a gig. There were no error messages, simply the same finished status as for the other sucessful rips. I played the disc (though just portions) on my stand alone Blu-Ray player and could not see any places where it was stumbling, though I guess it could have done so somewhere. Anyone else run into this issue?

Which programme were you using?


Makemkv will take approx. 20 - 30 minutes to give a full 1:1 copy, no compression or

Auto Rip'n Compress (though never used it) sounds similar to Handbrake, RipBot etc and depending on the quality settings could take several hours.


Did you mean you were using the 'burn' feature in WMC, AFAIK WMC doesn't have a 'rip' feature.


Try the disk intially with Makemkv and rip the disc. I would guess that the other method involves 'encoding' which can take much longer as stated earlier.
 

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I see - never used it, but the previous observations remain - depending on your hardware and settings for compression, this coutld take considerably longer than 30 minutes - that's approx time for a 'rip' - you are then going to compress which may tale a lot longer than that. If there is a 'forum' 'help section' for the application, I would be inclined to ask the question direclty there. Other than that you might want to check the settings.
 

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Is it possible that you ripped a fake playlist? I know almost all the new discs released these days contain couple fake playlists to throw you off. There is no way to automatically detect which one is real by just the length of the playlist.
 

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Thanks, fellas, I will look into both of these aspects. At the moment, the disc is back at the library so I cannot test with it unless I can get it again.
 
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