BD+ Removal glitch in AnyDVD HD

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (Blu-ray issues)' started by DoomBot, Mar 24, 2008.

  1. DoomBot

    DoomBot Active Member

    If there is a BD+ Removal glitch are Peer and James aware of this problem and can they confirm this and why does this happen?
     
  2. JohnHD

    JohnHD Member

    To quote Peer from the AnyDVD Thread @ Doom9:

     
  3. DoomBot

    DoomBot Active Member

    So if we do not remove the protection and dump the movie to a hard drive then there shouldn't be any glitch correct? It's just when the protection is removed.
     
  4. SamuriHL

    SamuriHL Retired Moderator

    See now why my ripping method is useful? ;)
     
  5. DoomBot

    DoomBot Active Member

    Yes, i do see why now
     
  6. SamuriHL

    SamuriHL Retired Moderator

    These are exactly the types of "issues" that crop up from time to time that I want to insulate my ISOs from. So, to answer your question directly, yes, by not removing the protection when making the ISO, as soon as this is fixed if it is indeed a problem with the BD+ code in AnyDVD, you will simply need to upgrade to the fixed AnyDVD, mount your image, and be done with it. :) Those who ripped with the protection removal enabled will need to rerip their images.
     
  7. hlkc

    hlkc Well-Known Member

    SamuriHL,

    Will this be my problem I stated in this thread? Since my 3 test movies I processed it to my HDD before, I have AnyDVD HD on... that's why when I Imgburn, with or without AnyDVD HD on now, and mount I have " A disc with unsupported format disc in drive E" error message in PDVD now. Whoever like me already ripped the ISO to files in HDD, it can't just ImagBurn from already process files, it has to re-Imgburn without AnyDVDHD on. What do u think?
     
    Last edited: Mar 25, 2008
  8. SamuriHL

    SamuriHL Retired Moderator

    No, your issue is different I think. BD+ isn't involved in either of those titles. Something else is going on there. Possibly in the image creation process but you're selecting UDF 2.5 so I'm not sure what could be going wrong. Hopefully someone with more of a clue than me will be able to help you on that issue. But I definitely don't think it's related to the issue in this thread at all.
     
  9. hlkc

    hlkc Well-Known Member

    Yup I 100% sure UDF and 2.5 used in the option screen in Imgburn. Thanks for your help again!
     
  10. markcu

    markcu Well-Known Member

    Die Hard 4 glitch

    I have a glitch where the bottom 25% of the picture seems to be slightly out of step with the rest. most noticable on rapid cuts or fast motion. Is this theglitch you are talking about.

    It dosn't happen if I play it from the original disk.
     
  11. DoomBot

    DoomBot Active Member

    and this happens when anydvd is enabled? If so yes this sounds like the glitch to me.
     
  12. markcu

    markcu Well-Known Member

    Glitch with Die Hard 4

    Correct, I usually have it enabled because my monitors dont support hdcp. it's there pretty much all of the time, and massively obvious. is there anything slysoft would want me to check.

    I am using vista 64 bit ultimate
    power dvd 3319a
    nvidia 8800 gts 512 with latest drivers.
     
  13. seeya

    seeya Active Member

    That sounds like simple tearing to me, which is usually not an artifact produced by a bad rip but instead it's most often caused by the media player or renderer.

    Which software/hardware did you use the play the original disk? Which software/hardware do you use when you see the problem?
     
  14. Peer

    Peer Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    Glitch fixed

    No need to go on theorizing.
    I already fixed that problem. Also Hitman (and similar films) will work now.
    We'll have a beta tonight or tomorrow, I guess.
     
  15. hlkc

    hlkc Well-Known Member

    You guys are awesome :clap:
     
  16. SamuriHL

    SamuriHL Retired Moderator

    Nice job, Peer. :) Congrats!
     
  17. DoomBot

    DoomBot Active Member

    Thank you so much, you guys rock!
     
  18. seeya

    seeya Active Member

    That's great - keep on rolling! :clap:
     
  19. markcu

    markcu Well-Known Member

    Thanks,

    To be honest I wasn't too concerned. I knew a fix would be along shortly. Does this mean I will have to re-rip?

    Cheers

    Mark.
     
  20. huwzor

    huwzor Member

    Thats exactly what it means.
    Maybe you could run a stream analyser, is there any program that opens .m2ts and can analyse H.264/VC-1/MPEG-2 streams?

    I see most .m2ts files are converted to .ts streams and then analysed with mpeg2repair.