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Old 7th December 2007, 05:40   #141  |  Link
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I have one UK HD-DVD myself (Planet Earth) and this one also plays without problems on my machine.

Some things came into my mind which you maybe can test. What happens if you don't apply the Nav chain bugfix but zero the CPI field, does this solve your problem too? And what happens if you, after the playback problems are gone, seek back to eg. the beginning of the movie where you had these problems, are they still gone or do they reappear? Whats happens if you don't play the movie from the beginning but start at a higher chapter?

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Old 8th December 2007, 01:06   #142  |  Link
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I have one UK HD-DVD myself (Planet Earth) and this one also plays without problems on my machine.

Some things came into my mind which you maybe can test. What happens if you don't apply the Nav chain bugfix but zero the CPI field, does this solve your problem too? And what happens if you, after the playback problems are gone, seek back to eg. the beginning of the movie where you had these problems, are they still gone or do they reappear? Whats happens if you don't play the movie from the beginning but start at a higher chapter?

Zeroing the CPI field doesn't fix the playback problems - only the nav chain bug fix seems to work. Seeking around (or starting a few chapters in) doesn't change anything - the playback glitches are always and only in the first few minutes.

BUT...this is looking more like a problem with EvoDemux. Individual evo files copied from the original disk play fine. It's only once they've been through EvoDemux to remove unwanted streams or to join the two main evos together that the playback issues start (which I can then fix by running your PackScanner -n). Running the Packscanner first and then applying EvoDemux also works (which is what I would expect, since I am emulating the behaviour of BackupHDDVD).

I too have Planet Earth, and I don't have any problems with it, but that is because the individual episodes are in their own evo files, and there are no unwanted streams to remove, so I never put them through EvoDemux.

I don't know if that helps narrow things down at all. Food for thought, anyway :-)

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Old 9th December 2007, 19:09   #143  |  Link
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Individual evo files copied from the original disk play fine. It's only once they've been through EvoDemux to remove unwanted streams or to join the two main evos together that the playback issues start
Well, that information changes the situation quite a lot . Changing the structure of an evo (thats what removing streams does) isn't an easy task, you have to fix (at least) all these pointers inside the NAV_PCKs, probably EVODemux doesn't do it right. I can't verify this because i simply don't know the exact format of a NAV_PCK, i always wanted to figure that out but i never found the time (and had the mood ) to do it.

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Old 9th December 2007, 19:24   #144  |  Link
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Well, that information changes the situation quite a lot . Changing the structure of an evo (thats what removing streams does) isn't an easy task, you have to fix (at least) all these pointers inside the NAV_PCKs, probably EVODemux doesn't do it right. I can't verify this because i simply don't know the exact format of a NAV_PCK, i always wanted to figure that out but i never found the time (and had the mood ) to do it.

It's still a bit odd that I seem to be the only one suffering from it - there must be loads of people using EvoDemux to join files and strip streams. Meh. Thanks to your PackScanner I don't have to worry about that any more

Now all I have left is to work out why I seem to be the only one who can't join m2ts files without the playback going mental at the join...

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Old 19th February 2008, 01:01   #145  |  Link
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Which file should I select in DumpHD? I found the key for my disc from this forum, and I'm doing the .mt2s files. It won't let me select all the files? I've to do it one by one. Also, I'm not sure how to play them

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Old 19th February 2008, 04:18   #146  |  Link
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To decrypt the whole disc select the root directory (e.g. d:\) instead of a file. I'm not up to date on how to play these files from harddisk, older versions of PowerDVD do it, for other solutions look elsewhere on this forum.

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Old 19th February 2008, 04:36   #147  |  Link
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It's not letting me do that. I go into the directory where the disc's mounted to, /media/Blu-ray in this case, and click on "OK" but nothing happens. I have to select a file for the okay button to work.
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Old 19th February 2008, 05:22   #148  |  Link
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Oh, you are using linux, that's a surprise . I don't have a linux machine right now but IIRC the open dialog should have two text fields, one is a file filter and the other one is the file to open. This second field gets only filled if you select a file, to select a directory you have to type it into this field yourself (/media/Blu-ray in your case), then it should work. And for playback under linux, i think there is not much else than mplayer.

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Old 19th February 2008, 06:54   #149  |  Link
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Hey KenD00.

Yeah I'm using Linux . I didn't have any problem playing them in Windows right off the disc, except for Ratatouille which gave a region problem (Even though both the drive and the disc are Region A) but Slysoft AnyDVD solved that problem. But as far as Linux is concerned, this is my primary OS, and it's disappointing to have to reboot into Windows just to watch a movie.

What you suggested worked! I typed in /media/Blu-ray and all the files were selected. I should stop relying on the mouse too much, I guess. I'm not sure if I should rip the movie once again, to make sure it's done properly.

Now as for playback, mplayer does happen to be my favorite player, so that's good to know it'll play it. The only trouble I'm having right now is that there's no video, only audio. I'm not sure if that's because of how I ripped it earlier. Should I re-rip it, or is this just a codec issue? And if so, which one do I need? I'm sorry if this is not the right place for asking about codecs.
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Old 19th February 2008, 23:52   #150  |  Link
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There is no need to re-rip the files, it makes no difference if you ripped them one by one or all at once (internally, the list of files to process contains only one file or all ).

I only played back a HD-DVD some time ago, there the problem was different, video but no audio. MPlayer shouldn't have any problems with the video, all required codecs are included, but support for the new audio codecs is still experimental, you should use a recent SVN snapshot. When i tried this it was necessary to specify which video- and audio codec to use, you should specify at least the video codec, audio might work as is because the movie probably contains an "old" DTS stream. I don't know how to figure out the video codec of a M2TS file, but it can only be MPEG2, VC-1 or H264.


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Old 4th August 2008, 01:30   #151  |  Link
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Trying to rip Blueray discs using DumpHD but get alot of these errors, I have UDF 2.5 patched into my kernal and the disc appears to be mounting correctly what am I doing wrong:

DumpHD 0.4 by KenD00

Opening Key Data File... OK
Initializing AACS... OK
Loading aacskeys library... OK
aacskeys 0.3.0 by arnezami, library port 0.3 by KenD00

Initializing source...
Source is a directory: using disc mode
Disc type found: BluRay BDMV
Searching /cdrom/BDMV for files...
/cdrom/BDMV/index.bdmv
/cdrom/BDMV/MovieObject.bdmv
Searching /cdrom/BDMV/PLAYLIST for files...
/cdrom/BDMV/PLAYLIST/00000.mpls
/cdrom/BDMV/PLAYLIST/00002.mpls
/cdrom/BDMV/PLAYLIST/00004.mpls
/cdrom/BDMV/PLAYLIST/00014.mpls
/cdrom/BDMV/PLAYLIST/00046.mpls
/cdrom/BDMV/PLAYLIST/00047.mpls
/cdrom/BDMV/PLAYLIST/00048.mpls
/cdrom/BDMV/PLAYLIST/00050.mpls
/cdrom/BDMV/PLAYLIST/00051.mpls
/cdrom/BDMV/PLAYLIST/00052.mpls
/cdrom/BDMV/PLAYLIST/00053.mpls
/cdrom/BDMV/PLAYLIST/00054.mpls
/cdrom/BDMV/PLAYLIST/00056.mpls
/cdrom/BDMV/PLAYLIST/00057.mpls
/cdrom/BDMV/PLAYLIST/00058.mpls
/cdrom/BDMV/PLAYLIST/00049.mpls
/cdrom/BDMV/PLAYLIST/00055.mpls
Searching /cdrom/BDMV/CLIPINF for files...
/cdrom/BDMV/CLIPINF/00000.clpi
/cdrom/BDMV/CLIPINF/00001.clpi
/cdrom/BDMV/CLIPINF/00003.clpi
/cdrom/BDMV/CLIPINF/00005.clpi
/cdrom/BDMV/CLIPINF/00016.clpi
/cdrom/BDMV/CLIPINF/00041.clpi
/cdrom/BDMV/CLIPINF/00049.clpi
/cdrom/BDMV/CLIPINF/00042.clpi
/cdrom/BDMV/CLIPINF/00043.clpi
/cdrom/BDMV/CLIPINF/00044.clpi
/cdrom/BDMV/CLIPINF/00045.clpi
/cdrom/BDMV/CLIPINF/00046.clpi
/cdrom/BDMV/CLIPINF/00047.clpi
/cdrom/BDMV/CLIPINF/00048.clpi
/cdrom/BDMV/CLIPINF/00050.clpi
/cdrom/BDMV/CLIPINF/00051.clpi
/cdrom/BDMV/CLIPINF/00052.clpi
Searching /cdrom/BDMV/STREAM for files...
/cdrom/BDMV/STREAM/00000.m2ts
/cdrom/BDMV/STREAM/00001.m2ts
/cdrom/BDMV/STREAM/00003.m2ts
/cdrom/BDMV/STREAM/00005.m2ts
/cdrom/BDMV/STREAM/00016.m2ts
/cdrom/BDMV/STREAM/00041.m2ts
/cdrom/BDMV/STREAM/00049.m2ts
/cdrom/BDMV/STREAM/00042.m2ts
/cdrom/BDMV/STREAM/00043.m2ts
/cdrom/BDMV/STREAM/00044.m2ts
/cdrom/BDMV/STREAM/00045.m2ts
/cdrom/BDMV/STREAM/00046.m2ts
/cdrom/BDMV/STREAM/00047.m2ts
/cdrom/BDMV/STREAM/00048.m2ts
/cdrom/BDMV/STREAM/00050.m2ts
/cdrom/BDMV/STREAM/00051.m2ts
/cdrom/BDMV/STREAM/00052.m2ts
Searching /cdrom/BDMV/AUXDATA for files...
/cdrom/BDMV/AUXDATA/sound.bdmv
Searching /cdrom/BDMV/META for files...
Searching /cdrom/BDMV/BDJO for files...
Searching /cdrom/BDMV/JAR for files...
Searching /cdrom/BDMV/BACKUP for files...
/cdrom/BDMV/BACKUP/index.bdmv
/cdrom/BDMV/BACKUP/MovieObject.bdmv
Searching /cdrom/BDMV/META/DL for files...
Searching /cdrom/BDMV/META/ES for files...
Searching /cdrom/BDMV/META/TN for files...
Searching /cdrom/BDMV/BACKUP/PLAYLIST for files...
/cdrom/BDMV/BACKUP/PLAYLIST/00000.mpls
/cdrom/BDMV/BACKUP/PLAYLIST/00002.mpls
/cdrom/BDMV/BACKUP/PLAYLIST/00004.mpls
/cdrom/BDMV/BACKUP/PLAYLIST/00014.mpls
/cdrom/BDMV/BACKUP/PLAYLIST/00046.mpls
/cdrom/BDMV/BACKUP/PLAYLIST/00047.mpls
/cdrom/BDMV/BACKUP/PLAYLIST/00048.mpls
/cdrom/BDMV/BACKUP/PLAYLIST/00050.mpls
/cdrom/BDMV/BACKUP/PLAYLIST/00051.mpls
/cdrom/BDMV/BACKUP/PLAYLIST/00052.mpls
/cdrom/BDMV/BACKUP/PLAYLIST/00053.mpls
/cdrom/BDMV/BACKUP/PLAYLIST/00054.mpls
/cdrom/BDMV/BACKUP/PLAYLIST/00056.mpls
/cdrom/BDMV/BACKUP/PLAYLIST/00057.mpls
/cdrom/BDMV/BACKUP/PLAYLIST/00058.mpls
/cdrom/BDMV/BACKUP/PLAYLIST/00049.mpls
/cdrom/BDMV/BACKUP/PLAYLIST/00055.mpls
Searching /cdrom/BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF for files...
/cdrom/BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF/00000.clpi
/cdrom/BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF/00001.clpi
/cdrom/BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF/00003.clpi
/cdrom/BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF/00005.clpi
/cdrom/BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF/00016.clpi
/cdrom/BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF/00041.clpi
/cdrom/BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF/00049.clpi
/cdrom/BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF/00042.clpi
/cdrom/BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF/00043.clpi
/cdrom/BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF/00044.clpi
/cdrom/BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF/00045.clpi
/cdrom/BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF/00046.clpi
/cdrom/BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF/00047.clpi
/cdrom/BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF/00048.clpi
/cdrom/BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF/00050.clpi
/cdrom/BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF/00051.clpi
/cdrom/BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF/00052.clpi
Searching /cdrom/BDMV/BACKUP/BDJO for files...
Searching /cdrom/CERTIFICATE for files...
Searching /cdrom/CERTIFICATE/BACKUP for files...
Source initialized
Identifying disc... OK
DiscID : 16B4BDAEC71F421212C5DD7515790BB27F5999C5
Searching disc in key database...
Disc not found in key database
Retrieving keys from source...
aacskeys 0.3.0

Current path: /home/durando/dumphd_0.4

Processing key: 09F911029D74E35BD84156C5635688C0
Encrypted C-value: D25C30FCF61CE1AB508935DAE0FF00FD
Corresponding uv: 00000001

Decrypted C-value: 044371CEE534E25A9656F2D6424DF3E9
Media key: 044371CEE534E25A9656F2D6424DF3E8

Encrypted verification data: 518DE5508207E78D62E79EB5D9718B72
Decr verif data should be: 0123456789ABCDEF
Decrypted verification data: 0123456789ABCDEF48AB2BE054D12D57

Could not open drive, invalid drive type or mount device could not be found, aborting.


ERROR: DRIVETYPEMOUNT, errnr: -2


aacskeys ERROR: DRIVETYPEMOUNT, errnr: -2
Failed retrieving keys from source
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Old 4th August 2008, 06:10   #152  |  Link
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Hmm, strange, the device of the mount point cannot be found. Can you post the contents of your /proc/mounts file (with a disc beeing mounted)? What linux distro are you using?


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my /proc/mounts

I am running Ubuntu 8.04 Hardy, The contents of my /proc/mounts file while a blue ray disc is in drive are:

rootfs / rootfs rw 0 0
none /sys sysfs rw,nosuid,nodev,noexec 0 0
none /proc proc rw,nosuid,nodev,noexec 0 0
udev /dev tmpfs rw,relatime 0 0
fusectl /sys/fs/fuse/connections fusectl rw,relatime 0 0
/dev/disk/by-uuid/7aaefd3c-dbb5-4e65-b0d6-853801766d65 / ext3 rw,relatime,errors=remount-ro,data=ordered 0 0
/dev/disk/by-uuid/7aaefd3c-dbb5-4e65-b0d6-853801766d65 /dev/.static/dev ext3 rw,relatime,errors=remount-ro,data=ordered 0 0
tmpfs /var/run tmpfs rw,nosuid,nodev,noexec 0 0
tmpfs /var/lock tmpfs rw,nosuid,nodev,noexec 0 0
tmpfs /lib/modules/2.6.24-19-generic/volatile tmpfs rw,relatime 0 0
tmpfs /dev/shm tmpfs rw,relatime 0 0
devpts /dev/pts devpts rw,relatime 0 0
tmpfs /var/run tmpfs rw,nosuid,nodev,noexec 0 0
tmpfs /var/lock tmpfs rw,nosuid,nodev,noexec 0 0
securityfs /sys/kernel/security securityfs rw,relatime 0 0
binfmt_misc /proc/sys/fs/binfmt_misc binfmt_misc rw,nosuid,nodev,noexec 0 0
gvfs-fuse-daemon /home/durando/.gvfs fuse.gvfs-fuse-daemon rw,nosuid,nodev,relatime,user_id=1000,group_id=1000 0 0
/dev/scd0 /media/cdrom0 udf ro,nosuid,nodev,relatime 0 0
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Ah, i see the problem. You are accessing the disc with /cdrom, that seems to be a symlink to the actual mountpoint and isn't in /proc/mounts, thats why aacskeys can't find the device. To make it work, access the disc directly with the mountpoint, in your case /media/cdrom0, then it will work. I will try to fix aacskeys to work in your situation.

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Thanks for the help

Well I guess this is a moot point now anyways now I get a new error "The given Host Certificate / Private Key has been revoked by your drive.

So if I haven't misunderstood the current events in Blueray Ripping that means I am SOL unless I go into windows and run something that is commercial.
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Well I guess this is a moot point now anyways now I get a new error "The given Host Certificate / Private Key has been revoked by your drive.

So if I haven't misunderstood the current events in Blueray Ripping that means I am SOL unless I go into windows and run something that is commercial.
Depending on your drive, Yes you are SOL.
See this post: http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.ph...st+Certificate

Here you find DumpVID: http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.ph...782#post993782

Not sure this works for your drive

Succes.
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As SvT said, it depends on your drive. If this doesn't work for you, then indeed you need windows and either a software player to grab the Volume ID with DumpVID or Anydvd HD. But if your disc contains BD+ you have to use Anydvd HD anyway because its the only program that can remove this protection.

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Ok I got ripped Blueray content...........whats next

Now that I have this movie ripped to my HDD what do I do to convert the m2ts files into a playable format
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Well, the m2ts files are playable except the disc is BD+ protected, in that case you can't use DumpHD to decrypt them and have to use AnyDVD HD, don't know if that protection can be removed if they are already ripped.

If you want to convert the files into another format please look in another section of this forum, this isn't a decrypting topic and i don't know much about that.

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Well, the m2ts files are playable except the disc is BD+ protected, in that case you can't use DumpHD to decrypt them and have to use AnyDVD HD, don't know if that protection can be removed if they are already ripped.
No, it can't. It has to be done on a disc with AACS. Once the AACS is removed, AnyDVD can't remove the BD+ stuff.
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