Can't playback ripped Blu ray from HDD

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (Blu-ray issues)' started by roller11, Mar 17, 2008.

  1. roller11

    roller11 New Member

    I ripped "3:10 to Yuma" to my HDD, but can't play it back
    with PowerDVD 73 ultra. When
    I go to the pull-down to
    play from HDD, it doesn't recognize anything as playable there
    (although all folders are present under my ripping folder). If close PowerDVD and I manually navigate to the
    "BDMV>STREAM" folder, I can
    play all .m2ts files EXCEPT
    the file that is the movie.
    All files such as previews,
    special features, etc. launch
    the player and work properly.
    In other words, it plays everything except the movie itself.
    Why do all these other files play, but not the 24 Gbyte file that's the movie, and how do I get it to play?
     
  2. scmeis1

    scmeis1 Well-Known Member

    Well 3:10 to yuma's menus only worked in 3730 version of Power DVD. Of course that version does not allow hard drive playback. I do not remember if this was BD+ or not. If it is not, you can create the movie as an ISO file and mount to daemon tools. This will allow you to play under version 3730, if BD+ is not present. Someone correct me on the BD+ or not.
     
  3. roller11

    roller11 New Member

    How do I create as an ISO file? When I rip using AnyDVD, it gives no
    options, just has a "copy DVD" button and the output is what it is.
     
  4. thedatman

    thedatman Well-Known Member

    I’m new at this never thought I could help someone else out.

    I just bought this film and I was ripping when I read your thread. I have version 7.3.3319a, so I don’t know for sure if this will work for you.The movie would not play strait off the rip. It got stuck ay the menu.

    If you read the guides at the front of this forum you will find step-by-step instruction on how to do this. All I did was use TsRemux and remuxed to a blu-ray file and it now plays fine. This method is great it also drops all that crap off that you have wade through just to get to the film. It lowers the size from 44.6g to 26.9g. It’s a free program google it
     
  5. bk1987

    bk1987 Well-Known Member

    yes its a great way to shrink the movie on the HDD and i have found that it allows me to play back movies that once had playback issues, without any issues:clap:, on another note i have noticed that once you remove the extras on blu rays the movies seem to be similar in size to hd dvds movies i thought the extra size of blu ray was to make it a better quality but it seemes they just wasted the extra space for the extras