DOD BD-R Errors

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (Blu-ray issues)' started by whogots, Jun 25, 2020.

  1. whogots

    whogots Member

    Hello there. I am having a challenge with this BD-R DOD. I have tried on two computers with different disc drives and the read errors begin at around 33% so the issue is the disc. Thing is, this is the second copy of the disc I have tried after returning the first. The disc has 65 m2ts files and 8 playlists. Total mess. I have tried using v8.4.9.0 and v8.4.9.1 beta in both rip image and rip video disc to hard disk modes. The two m2ts files that read errors occur with are 25591.m2ts & 26221.m2ts. I noted these when it displayed the errors during the rip(s). When I open all the rest of the m2ts files they play fine. These two seem to play okay but freeze during playback.

    Wetlands (2018) USA/Region 1 NTSC
    UPC: 191091613351
    RETAIL LINK
    There are around 345 lines in the log like the following. Errors below start at 33% and eventually chugs along.
    Error reading from drive E:!
    Verify Error Sectors: 3853263-3853292

    I don't know if it helps but I have uploaded ziplogs from both versions I have used. I'm hoping I can get this resolved. Thanks,
     

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  2. whogots

    whogots Member

    There's also a log file from the rip with v8.4.9.0 with all the problem sectors.
     

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  3. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    These are verify errors, not "read" errors. Your drive has read the data from disc just fine. Are the files in question actually played with a commercial Blu-ray player?
    Or are they just ... dummies?
    @Pete might take look, too...
     
  4. whogots

    whogots Member

    I opened each and every m2ts file and none are dummies, they are all snippets of the movie except for a few that are the disc menu, trailer, warning etc.. One of the problem files 26221.m2ts is 41:32 and all the rest are under 3:01 or shorter. What I usually do is rip my movies and stream to one of 6 players in the house. Most rooms don't have disc players anymore. If I try to mux it into an mkv I get audio sync errors and some frozen frames.

    Edit: After the rip was complete it the message stated some bits were skipped and the disc copy may not play right.
     
    Last edited: Jun 26, 2020
  5. coopervid

    coopervid Well-Known Member

    If you are just wanting to have the main movie you should consider using the free functions of CloneBD instead of muxing the various files. CloneBD also successfuly solved audio issues with seamless branching discs where the movie is cut in small files and audio issues had occured at the locations where these parts had been "glued" together.
     
  6. whogots

    whogots Member

    CloneBD is less effective than AnyDVD HD. CloneBD stopped writing the two files at the point it saw 'corrupted' data. I think it's simulated to look corrupt somehow?
     
  7. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    No, the disc is defective. Sorry.
     
  8. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    You should consider buying an AnyDVD license. Thank you.
     
  9. whogots

    whogots Member

    I plan to buy one. I have tried DVDFab wanting to decide between the two and I like AnyDVD HD better.
     
  10. Lukas

    Lukas Well-Known Member

    @whogots
    I was in the same situation as you years ago DVDFAB I was very disappointed I didn't work as I imagined I highly recommend ANYDVD always works without a problem at least in my case
     
  11. whogots

    whogots Member

    @Lukas

    DVDFab is so convoluted and candy-like. I just need one button to do the job thanks LOL
     
  12. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    The best thing with AnyDVD is, that you don't even need "a button". It decrypts real-time.
     
  13. Lightning Bolt

    Lightning Bolt Active Member

    I totally agree AnyDVD is best decryption software I have used. I have been using AnyDVD even before the company changed and will never switch. I have not used that other product but have heard that it does not compare or come close to AnyDVD. There is no other similar software you can compare to AnyDVD it is the best all around. The real-time decryption is 1 of the best things love about it.
     
  14. StoneyJSG

    StoneyJSG Well-Known Member

    I actually have a lifetime license to Fab and Any DVD. I use any DVD to decrypt and Fab for burning and everything else like DVD to blu ray. I like both programs, why I bought them both.
     
  15. Gary172

    Gary172 Well-Known Member

    I use Imgburn for burning (CD's, DVD and BluRay's). Ya know it's free. It has a lot of options. For me, I save as ISO's to portable hard drives for my OPPO 93's.
     
  16. whogots

    whogots Member

    I bought lifetime too.

    I also returned this disc and bought another, hopefully it'll rip well.
     
  17. StoneyJSG

    StoneyJSG Well-Known Member

    I also have IMG burn, mainly used for Playstation 2 ISO files though.