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Old 29th June 2008, 09:52   #301  |  Link
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Does someone experience the same problem with these discs? Might be very interesting case...
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Old 29th June 2008, 10:16   #302  |  Link
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I didn't have any problems ripping The Complex.
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Old 29th June 2008, 18:36   #303  |  Link
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I was able to rip The Complex with the very first alpha
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Old 30th June 2008, 07:41   #304  |  Link
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And what about Foo Fighters - One by One? It's still under question...
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Old 1st July 2008, 13:52   #305  |  Link
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On a side note i wonder if it is possible to hack/take-out the older SACD-supporting PS3 drive and get it to work with a PC, like what people did with the xbox hddvd drive.
Possibly better to install Linux on the PS3...?
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Old 1st July 2008, 16:02   #306  |  Link
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One big thanks to all that have worked on this tool. Simply awesome. Kudos to all of you that are much smarter and have more patience than I to code programs.

However, on my Mac, I am having a problem using beta2. It recognizes the .exe file as a text file. I cannot get it to run as an executable in the mac os. I used it in my windows bootcamp partition with no problems and it worked great. All of my DVD-A's are now as wav files on my HD so that I can use my computer as the media source.

If you could repost the beta 2 or maybe try and recompile it, I will test it for functionality on my mac. Like I said, beta 1 works as an executable, beta 2, not so much... Or is it possibly I am doing something incorrectly?

Thanks again and I look forward to trying the ripping process on the mac side (although all of my Current DVD-A's are already done) I would like to still be able to do so on the mac side.

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Old 1st July 2008, 21:57   #307  |  Link
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One big thanks to all that have worked on this tool. Simply awesome. Kudos to all of you that are much smarter and have more patience than I to code programs.

However, on my Mac, I am having a problem using beta2. It recognizes the .exe file as a text file. I cannot get it to run as an executable in the mac os. I used it in my windows bootcamp partition with no problems and it worked great. All of my DVD-A's are now as wav files on my HD so that I can use my computer as the media source.

If you could repost the beta 2 or maybe try and recompile it, I will test it for functionality on my mac. Like I said, beta 1 works as an executable, beta 2, not so much... Or is it possibly I am doing something incorrectly?

Thanks again and I look forward to trying the ripping process on the mac side (although all of my Current DVD-A's are already done) I would like to still be able to do so on the mac side.

Cheers
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You are not doing anything wrong. The reason the .exe file won't run in OS X is the fact that it's a windows program which OS X don't know how to execute. The same principle that other windows programs wont run in OS X.

You could run beta 1 in OS X because:
1. mommyman provided the source code for the application.
2. mommyman used the Qt framework when developing the program, this makes the program sort of platform independent.
3. I used the source provided by mommyman and compiled it into a OS X application.

Now to the good news. mommyman released the source code for beta 2 too. This made it possible to compile a version for OS X which you can download here OS X Binary (Universal) of Beta 2

Now you can continue to happily rip your DVD-A in OS X.
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Old 2nd July 2008, 14:37   #308  |  Link
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Ok, so now the program ran, but...

Hey there,

OK, so I got the program to run on the Mac side, however I am getting an "Encrypted Stream" error message when I try and extract the same disc that worked just fine on the PC side. Just thought that I would give a heads up on that issue. Any thoughts?

Thanks again for all the hard work
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Old 2nd July 2008, 14:41   #309  |  Link
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Decryption library (libdvdcpxm) is not ported to Linux & MacOS. You can't rip protected discs on Mac.
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Old 2nd July 2008, 20:34   #310  |  Link
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oh,

I guess that explains it then...
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Old 16th July 2008, 08:47   #311  |  Link
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Oh, *when* do I get the time to try these things out more thoroughly...
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Old 18th July 2008, 23:07   #312  |  Link
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Has anyone cracked a SACD yet?
No, though PS3 probably provides the best platform so far for this.

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I've heard sony was going to release vaio computers capable of decoding DSD and playing SACDs.
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Didn't the earlier PS3's have such a drive?
The 20GB, 60GB and initial 80GB model have a CD/SACD/DVD/BD drive. The 40GB and new 80GB model announced this week just have a CD/DVD/BD drive. Probably all can play DSD Discs though.

There's a guide about how to make DSD Disc at http://www.ps3sacd.com/dsddiscguide.html

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sorry my post was a bit confusing, i said i've heard sony is going to release a SACD capable VAIO computer.
The VGN-FZ15G link was only about the DSD direct player, which shows that there is software support for DSD on their laptops, so perhaps a model might come out with a DVD/SACD/etc combo drive (like the one in the earlier Playstation 3s).
It must be technically possible but I doubt Sony will do that. SACD was specifically designed such that it can't be read by PC DVD-ROM drives.

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Possibly better to install Linux on the PS3...?
There's a discussion about the idea of playing SACDs under Linux on PS3 here.

Carrying a little further and probably more interesting (because the PS3's UI doesn’t support it) is the idea of playing DVD-Audio discs on PS3 under Linux. It's discussed in here.

The idea is that DVD-Audio is basically just a DVD-ROM (which PS3 can read) with some specific audio files (such as multichannel, high-resolution PCM, which the PS3 can decode) so if someone were to port a DVD-Audio player like DVDAE to Linux for PS3 it might make a yet greater multi-format player.

Sounds like an interesting idea?
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Old 19th July 2008, 14:00   #313  |  Link
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thanks again for this proggy....such a big help.


I am curious though....are there any other development ideas?

thanks again!!!
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Old 21st July 2008, 10:48   #314  |  Link
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Beta 3: http://www.sendspace.com/file/4muyhm
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1. Build with the "official" mlpdec.c module (revision 14206).
2. User manual added.
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Old 23rd July 2008, 13:22   #315  |  Link
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Nice job Mommyman ! really really nice job, thanks a bunch
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love it!!!
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WRAUL ..... Please update to BETA 3 the OSX version
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Old 29th July 2008, 15:53   #318  |  Link
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Hello!

First off, thanks so much to Mommyman and anyone else who's worked on this project - it great to be able to back up my DVD-A discs.

Had a question, though - I've got one DVD-A - Naxos 5.110102-03 - Bach's Mass in B minor conducted by Helmut Muller-Bruhl, that when I attempt to convert on particular track (Disc 2, Track 4) of the MLP disc data data to WAV, it crashes DVDAExplorer - access violation. Also, if I just grab the MLP directly off the disc (which works) and attempt to play it through the TrueHD/MLP decoder plugin for WinAmp, it doesn't play there either. However, the disc plays just fine through my 2 DVD-A disc players.

If I turn on logging in DVDAExplorer when attempting to convert to WAV, I see this:
[32] ### MLP Stream (channels: 6, sample_rate: 96000, bits_per_sample: 24) ###
[24] Stream parameters not seen; skipping frame.
There are lots of lines like the second one, then the app crashes with an access violation.

Can I provide more information about this error somehow for debugging purposes?


Thanks!
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WRAUL ..... Please update to BETA 3 the OSX version
Here you go.

OS X Binary (Universal) of Beta 3

I haven't had time to test rip a DVD-A with it yet, hope it works without problems anyway.
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Old 29th July 2008, 17:02   #320  |  Link
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Here you go.

OS X Binary (Universal) of Beta 3

I haven't had time to test rip a DVD-A with it yet, hope it works without problems anyway.
Hello Wraul, i tried "on the fly" with 2 DVD-A (one with PCM stereo 2ch and another with downmixing enabled) .... PERFECT under OSX 10.5.4

Tnx again
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