Disc being spit out - The Accountant

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (DVD issues)' started by JonDeutsch, Aug 18, 2018.

  1. JonDeutsch

    JonDeutsch Member

    I've had about 100% success rate up til this DVD. Attached is the ziplog, however, I'm not sure if I did the log correctly... I created the log file right after the problem occurs.
     

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  2. mike20021969

    mike20021969 Well-Known Member

    That's an empty drive logfile. If possible, I'm sure one from the DVD itself would be more valuable...
     
  3. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    You created the logfile fine, now just insert the problematic disc and try again. Other than that, anydvd only rip/decrypts. It can't physically tell the OS to eject the drive unless you tell it too
     
  4. JonDeutsch

    JonDeutsch Member

    I'm sadly confused. When I ask the app to create a log file, it does so instantly. I can't seem to "start" and "stop" the logging. So how can I capture what's happening? What am I doing wrong?

    Also, *something* is spitting the DVD out. Maybe it's MyMovies (which I use in conjunction with Redfox)?

    Thx!
    Jon
     
  5. JonDeutsch

    JonDeutsch Member

    Nevermind...it looks like it's a MyMovies thing and not a redfox thing. Many apologies!
     
  6. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    Then something is "off". AnyDVD doesn't (or at least shouldn't) create any logfiles unless you tell it too. That's why there's a specific function for it in the tray icon right click menu. It's the only way you can make one. As to the spitting out, most likely MyMovies. AnyDVD definitely can't do it. There's not even an eject option in the anydvd ripper dialogue. So you can't even do it manually

    ** edit ** ya posted again just as i posted. Glad to see at least that part is solved

    Now, insert the disc again and MANUALLY create a logfile. Only then will we be able to begin troubleshooting the disc itself
     
  7. testiles

    testiles Well-Known Member

    Also, Jon, you don't have to start and stop the logging.

    After you insert the disc and AnyDVD has finished scanning, you create the logfile at that point. It will tell the developers what AnyDVD did when scanning your disc.

    I know in your case the disc was ejecting before you could even ask for a logfile.

    But now that that's solved, you can create a legitimate logfile for the disc if you still need to.


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