Band of the Hand B-Ray

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (Blu-ray issues)' started by interossiter, Nov 2, 2018.

  1. interossiter

    interossiter Member

    Ripped to disk - Cyberlink Any DVD 16 can't play. Created ISO same thing. Tried to handbrake the ripped to disk files it doesn't see the files. Any suggestions. Log attached.
     

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  2. mike20021969

    mike20021969 Well-Known Member

    Oh, it's a Blu-ray not a DVD.
     
  3. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    Wrong section, moved. Bluray problems do not go in the DVD section.

    Cyberlink any DVD 16? You mean powerdvd? Can't play you say. Can't play 'how'? What's happening? Pretty sure handbrake can we the files just fine, an you do is point it to the bdmv folder?

    What exactly is it you're trying to do?

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  4. interossiter

    interossiter Member

    Sorry for the poorly placed and written entry. Yes I mean Cyberlink powerdvd. Ideally I would like to run it through handbrake. I did point to the BDMV folder with handbrake. With Powerdvd it says, "loading".... then says "cannot play file".
     
  5. Pete

    Pete Forum Admin Staff Member

    Whatever it is, it's definitely not protection related. That's a super-simple HDMV disc with nothing special (hardly anything) on it.
    Likely just a bad disc.
     
  6. interossiter

    interossiter Member

    Pete - Thank you for the analysis. I have one follow up question - Are you aware of situations in the past, with a disk that is bad, but the rip completes correctly? I've had my share discs fail due to reading errors at various sectors, but never one that made it all the way through, "rip to hard disk" or create ISO that then was unplayable. I will be trying to get a different BD of this movie to see if I get the same results. Thanks again for your response!
     
  7. BrianG61UK

    BrianG61UK Well-Known Member

    Share discs?
     
  8. interossiter

    interossiter Member

    Sorry - I don't follow.
     
  9. mbarnstijn

    mbarnstijn Well-Known Member

    @BrianG61UK I think @interossiter meant to say "I've had my share of discs fail..." but forgot the "of" in that common phrase. A simple typo that made it briefly confusing, but ultimately makes sense if you correct for missing words.
     
  10. BrianG61UK

    BrianG61UK Well-Known Member

    That does make sense and I'm embarrassed that I didn't see it myself.

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  11. interossiter

    interossiter Member

    Yes. I did mean my share of discs. not shared discs.
     
  12. mbarnstijn

    mbarnstijn Well-Known Member

    I've got that same disc now (you got me curious) and I wonder.

    @interossiter, do you have either one of the settings for "Remove annoying adverts and trailers" or "Remove video sequences shorter than" enabled in your Video Blu-ray settings for AnyDVD?

    I ask because I have no trouble at all playing this disc using any software player capable of menus, including DVDf*b Player and PowerDVD. I've got those settings turned off because so many people have had issues when some supposedly "harmless" little video bits are removed from the main movie playlist.

    --michael
     
  13. interossiter

    interossiter Member

    Was able to test over the weekend. I isolated the trouble to my Cyberlink PowerDVD version 16 fully patched installation. After re-installing I was able to play both the original BD as well as the ISO made by AnyDVD. @mbarnstijn per your question - I did not have the "Remove video sequences shorter than" checked. See the attached to confirm the setting you were referring to. So you are correct it is not a copy protection issue. I re-tried "rip to disk" via AnyDVD as well as a competitor to AnyDVD decrypting tool and neither were able to be "read" by Handbrake. I also tried to use handbrake on the BD directly as well as on the ISO file created by AnyDVD and the same error occurred. So the first time ever I found a BD successfully ripped, that was unable to be read by Handbrake but the ISO is usable to PowerDVD as well as other playing software. Thanks to all for your expertise. .
     

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