Incredibles 2 ATMOS

Discussion in 'CloneBD' started by SamuriHL, Nov 10, 2018.

  1. SamuriHL

    SamuriHL Moderator

    Nev released a nightly build that fixes the issues. He based it on the output of the Movies and TV app and found some bugs (especially around branching points!!!). Now LAV Audio outputs the same data as the Movies and TV app. I'm watching Incredibles 2 right now and have already gotten through scenes that were definitely broken in the release LAV filters. This is absolutely fantastic!!
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  2. dvd4fun

    dvd4fun Well-Known Member

    Chiming in with no real useful information, I just ripped Incredibles 2 to ISO with It took close to 7 hours. I didn't watch the entire movie from that rip but spot checking seems fine. Is there another version I can try to rerip?

  3. SamuriHL

    SamuriHL Moderator

    Spot checking won't find the types of issues we're talking about in this thread. I'm not sure what you're asking in terms of "another version to try to rerip"? Another version of...what? In any case, the bitstreaming ATMOS issues with LAV have been fixed so as long as you're using the latest nightlies you won't have issues.
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  4. dvd4fun

    dvd4fun Well-Known Member

    sorry. I meant another CloneBD version... May I ask where the nighlies are located?

    I haven't used CloneBD in a while. Yesterday I did two movies with the same parameters. First Man and Incredibles 2. First Man took an hour and its .cbdlog is 2mb. Incredibles 2 took 7h and its .cbdlog is 27mb.
  5. SamuriHL

    SamuriHL Moderator

    Not sure why Incredibles 2 took that long. That's abnormal for a straight ISO rip. Unless you were compressing it? And you want to use the latest CloneBD as it has a bunch of fixes. Going back will definitely introduce issues.

    As for the LAV nightlies they can be found here:

    Hope this helps!
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  6. dvd4fun

    dvd4fun Well-Known Member

    the latest CloneBD as in in my post?
    No compression as in 0

    I just installed the latest LAV filters. Flying fast (190fps) for about five minutes then droped suddenly at 10fps. All inputs bars turn 100% green and the estimated time goes from 1h to 7h in few seconds.

    EDIT: I tried again, but this time with little compression. It passed the marked where it dropped previously to a crawl. It seems to be pacing at 70fps for an estimated rip time of 1h30min.
    Last edited: Feb 9, 2019
  7. SamuriHL

    SamuriHL Moderator

    I would start a new thread and post a CloneBD log. That doesn't sound right.
  8. rshanti

    rshanti Well-Known Member

    Hey SamuriHL... I saw your post about using LAV filters. I use Shields with Kodi installed to view my UHDs. Do you know if/how I can install/use LAV filters on the Shield? Or do I just have to wait until Elby finds a way to get the Diisney's ATMOS UHD's to stay in sync via CloneBD. Any information on you might provide would be apprecaited. :)
  9. dvd4fun

    dvd4fun Well-Known Member

    You suggest I abort it and start over with 0 compression, let it run for 7h then post the 28Mb log file?
  10. SamuriHL

    SamuriHL Moderator

    You can't. LAV filters are for Windows PC's. And yes, I believe there's STILL a ripping issue with these discs around the seamless branching segments. So that still needs to be looked at.
  11. SamuriHL

    SamuriHL Moderator

    Yea, I think it would be helpful to get that sorted out cause that seems....wrong.
  12. dvd4fun

    dvd4fun Well-Known Member

    Sorry for the questions as I don't know much about how it works with BD disks.
    1) Will it be relevant if I redo the "problematic" CloneBD rip from an ISO image made by AnyDVD directly?
    2) If 1 is OK, I'm little concern of posting a 30Mb logfile without knowing exactly the nature of the information collected. If possible, I'd rather install CloneBD on a VMWARE plain vanilla OS workstation and do the test rip on it with the ISO made by AnyDVD.

    Can it be done with 1 and 2?

  13. SamuriHL

    SamuriHL Moderator

    I think these would be questions that @Pete could answer maybe.
  14. dvd4fun

    dvd4fun Well-Known Member

    Thanks, we'll wait for Pete then.

    Meanwhile I made a AnyDVD->ISO file and setup up a VM Guest (Win7) running CloneBD with that ISO mounted as a BluRay disk. CloneBD saw the Incredibles 2 disk. The ripping was blistering fast (~260pfs).

    So I don't know if the test is relevant to expose the problem I was having initially (6 fps/7h ripping the physical disk) I attached the logfile anyway.
    1. Physical BD Incredibles_2 rip to ISO with AnyDVD
    2. VMWARE 15 Workstation with guest Win7 and ISO mounted as a BD DISK
    3. Ran CloneBD from the VM, Ripped disk(virutal) to ISO

    Attached Files:

    Last edited: Feb 9, 2019
  15. Tha Watcher

    Tha Watcher Member

    I seriously LOVE you, dude!

    This not only solves the issue with the bitstreaming Atmos, but also with the pixelated video that I was getting with the Disney and Pixar logos at the very beginning of the film!
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  16. SamuriHL

    SamuriHL Moderator

    So, just going to resurrect this thread cause seems to have some fixes around SEAMLESS titles, but, I reripped this and uhhhh, it's actually worse now. I'm getting dropouts again. Not the direction I was hoping to go with this one. SIGH
  17. coopervid

    coopervid Moderator


    what is your target format for this? Disc? What type and size? Or anything else?
  18. SamuriHL

    SamuriHL Moderator

    If it's me reporting an issue, you can be assured my output format is always lossless MKV. :)
  19. Pete

    Pete Forum Admin Staff Member

    That's a lie.
    I can tell when you're lying.

    But seriously: what I remember, the main problem was an enormous audio lag.
    I tested this disc (lossless audio/video -> MKV).
    Played it back with VLC - the audio is spot-on now. And I witnessed no dropouts or anything (but I may kill someone if I have to watch this movie yet another time, it's not exactly my kind of movie).
    Therefore I told Elby, that it's fine now. From my perspective it's a huge improvement.

    So if you're saying it even got worse, we must be looking at two entirely different things.

    I believe I need a bit more detail. How - exactly - do you play it back and do you have the same problem, when using VLC?
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  20. SamuriHL

    SamuriHL Moderator

    That was indeed the problem before... Audio lag. After I reripped it with I started it and had audio drops in the first 3 or 4 minutes. I'm using jriver mc 25 with lav filters. I'll do some more testing today and see what's going on. I thought this should have fixed it. I never got beyond that point in testing to see if the audio stayed in sync. I'll get to the bottom of it.

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