Escape Plan: The Extractors

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (Blu-ray issues)' started by azwatsonw, Jul 7, 2019.

  1. azwatsonw

    azwatsonw Well-Known Member

    The Blue Ray disc copied good. When I started watching my copy using PowerDVD 15, at about 5 minutes in, I got a notice that a copy was detected and can not continue. Attached is a Log File of the original Blue Ray Disc.
     
  2. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    Sounds like Screenpass, @Pete you're up!

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  3. tkolarik

    tkolarik New Member

    I used Acrok Converter and same thing happened at 5:39 into movie.
     
  4. Pete

    Pete Forum Admin Staff Member

    Can you please try it again, now?
     
  5. azwatsonw

    azwatsonw Well-Known Member

    I tried copying the disc again. It still stops at about 5:15 into the movie.
     
  6. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    Did you use your first rip, or did you create a new one? Copy how exactly? What are you doing? New logfile please. sounds to me like your "Acrok converter" whatever that is, isn't selecting the proper playlist anydvd tells you to use
     
  7. whatever_gong82

    whatever_gong82 Well-Known Member

  8. Pete

    Pete Forum Admin Staff Member

    Can you please post another AnyDVD log file? Maybe AnyDVD doesn't have access to the internet - in that case it will not get the fix.
    I just tried the disc - it plays flawlessly with PowerDVD 15.
     
  9. azwatsonw

    azwatsonw Well-Known Member

    I will post another log file. You are working with a rookie. The first log file I sent, I just placed the disc in the drive and created a log file. This time I will burn another Blue Ray disc then create a log file. I really don't know what I am doing. The Internet was working when I created the log file. I didn't burn a complete copy; just a partial.
     
    Last edited: Jul 15, 2019
  10. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    That's what pete needs you to do

    [/quote]This time I will burn another Blue Ray disc then create a log file.[/quote]

    DONT, you'll be wasting a disc!

    Sounds like screenpass is involved and sometimes this needs a 2-step approach, where 1 logfile doesn't immediately provide all the info needed, and for some reason caused anydvd not to get all the info it needed.

    Don't burn, just do what you did before. Insert the disc and create a 2nd logfile
     
  11. Pete

    Pete Forum Admin Staff Member

    Does that mean, you used CloneBD? That is a very important information, so far I was assuming you just copied the disc 1:1.

    In that case - since the disc wasn't fixed at first - CloneBD didn't automatically pick the correct title.
    Now, despite the fix, CloneBD probably took the cached information from the previous run.
    All you have to do, is select the playlist/title suggested by AnyDVD (664 instead of 436) and all should be fine.
     
  12. azwatsonw

    azwatsonw Well-Known Member

    I did use CloneBD and created a partial copy. It had a check mark in the first line and that is what I let it use. Clone BD is copying it again and will finish in about an hour. I will post the log file when it is finished.
     
  13. azwatsonw

    azwatsonw Well-Known Member

    I aborted the blue ray burn. I have created a log file and will attach it here. I hope it provides you with what you need. Please let me know if it helps. Thanks!
     
  14. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    Looks like anydvd is selecting the right playlist this time. Now you can go into CloneBD again and check if it auto-selects the right one (664). Should work now, or as pete said, manually select 664
     
  15. azwatsonw

    azwatsonw Well-Known Member

    CloneBD did select 664 which is the first on the list. That is what was selected before... I am burning a new blue ray disc and will try it when it is finished in about 90 minutes. I sure hope I get past the 5 minute mark and not get the "Dear customer - this is a copy and can not play"...
     
  16. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    You don't really need to burn to disc, you could output to a FOLDER structure instead on your hard drive, and play that structure with something like PowerDVD. If that doesn't have the problem, then neither will the disc. Oh and a tip perhaps for future burns, for test burns like this a BD-RE (rewriteable) is very usefull ;)
     
  17. azwatsonw

    azwatsonw Well-Known Member

    The new disc blew right past that 5:30 minute mark. I assume the whole movie will play. I created a log file once the burn finished. If it doesn't play all the way through, I will send the log file. Thanks for all your help. Strange that it worked this time.
     
  18. Pete

    Pete Forum Admin Staff Member

    Then I'll consider this fixed. Thanks for you help in this.