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Old 5th September 2008, 18:02   #1  |  Link
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Strange Video Problem

After ripping a given HD-DVD movie to a M2TS file via TsMuxeR and eac3to, playback will be interupted at random times by a screen full of "static" (sound is OK). This is cleared by stopping and restarting the movie. I am using Windows Vista Media Player and CoreAVC Pro for playback.

This does not happen with my ripped Blu-ray movies ripped and played back the same way.

Any ideas anyone?
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Old 5th September 2008, 21:13   #2  |  Link
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Hi!

Perhaps too obvious a question but, do you know whether your commercial HD-DVD exhibits the same behavior? To help possibly determine whether there are known problems with this specific HD-DVD, may I ask the title of this problematic HD-DVD?
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It does not appear to be specific to any one HD-DVD - I've observered the problem on both "The Chroniciles of Riddick" and "Forbidden Planet". I have other titles, but haven't sat through them yet - I would bet that the problem will show up on them too.

I don't have a standalone HD-DVD player just a ROM drive on my PC. I'll have to try playing the movie via PowerDVD and see if it occurs straight from the disk.
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