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Old 30th July 2015, 11:47   #1  |  Link
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VOBU lenght and number of sectors disagree issue

Hello,

For a dvd box a lot of dvd's had to be ripped and reauthored. The only thing that had to change were the leaders on them in Sonic Scenarist.

Now some of the files are coming back from the replicator with the issue that the VOBU lenght and number of sectors disargree.

I looked this issue up, but haven't found a real solution to the problem.
So I thought maybe some of you have any ideas.

Thanks in advance.
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Old 31st July 2015, 08:57   #2  |  Link
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...to change were the leaders on them in Sonic Scenarist.
What do you mean by that?
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Can you please post the replicator's IA files?
This is the file created by Eclipse (which is the factory checking package & not the BD-J component in Scenarist BD-J) and I can look at this & see exactly what the problem is.

I ask because in my experience what the factory says & what the IA files say are often 2 different things (which is why we bought Eclipse here) and this "error" may well be a simple thing caused by necessary padding to set the initial layer break.....and if this is so it should be ignored. There are ways to fix the IFO files as well, but stage one is to please show me the factory IA file - and you will need to ask them for this as the HTML report or a cut off PDF is no good. I will happily have a look for you & see what the problem is.
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