Incredibles 2 Extremely Slow Rip (3 to 4 fps)

Discussion in 'Issues and Bugs' started by Ghildebr, Nov 7, 2018.

  1. Ghildebr

    Ghildebr Active Member

    I am trying to rip to .mkv using CloneBD. After approximately 10 minutes I was still in the opening credits, less than a minute into the movie. I have since tried to disable hardware acceleration and that doesn't seem to make a difference. I was able to use CloneBD to rip the entire disk to my SSD drive in just less than 40 minutes, 45.6 GB total. Trying to rip to .mkv from hard drive is exhibiting the same issue. Right now it is telling me that its 10 plus hours for this to finish. Can anyone see anything wrong with either the disk or is this some kind of new protection. AnyDVD Log File attached.
     

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  2. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    Thread moved to CloneBD
     
  3. Ghildebr

    Ghildebr Active Member

    Thanks James. I started to put it in that thread but was unsure if it was a CloneBD issue or an AnyDVD issue.
     
  4. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    Since your concerting to mkv and anydvd only rips 1:1 discs and doesn't convert, it's a CloneBD issue and not an anydvd one. As such James loved it, if there's problems please add a CloneBD logfile too.

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  5. Ghildebr

    Ghildebr Active Member

    The only way I know to make a log file is to let the rip complete or fail. Is there a way to create a log without actually doing the 10 plus hour task?
     
  6. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    Not a complete one no.

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  7. Ghildebr

    Ghildebr Active Member

    I finally got back to trying to get a log file, at least kicking off the job and waiting the 10 hours for the copy. This time everything worked exactly like it should and the job completed without hardware acceleration in just a little over 50 minutes. By the way, I do miss the hardware acceleration, it use to work perfectly and would complete the job in half of the time. I hope that is fixed soon. I never took the Blu Ray out of the drive or stopped or started AnyDVD. I am not sure why this one worked. Prior to opening this thread I had rebooted twice, stopped and started the job multiple times and even ripped the disk to my SSD drive and tried it from there just to verify that it wasn't a problem with my hardware. This time I ran the rip straight from the Blu Ray disk. Who knows why it finished, but here is the log file that was requested. :thankyou:
     

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  8. bellbern

    bellbern Well-Known Member


    I seem to be having the same problem with the long time for the movie to load and now it has stopped at 72%. I'm trying a 1:1 disc dvd. Can anyone in forum help me? Log File attached
     

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  9. Fabian

    Fabian Developer

    Are you running Windows 10 in a virtual machine? It looks like your system is from Apple.
     
  10. Ghildebr

    Ghildebr Active Member

    No I am dual booting between Apple and Windows 10 using Boot Camp. PC is a MacBook Pro.
     
    Last edited: Nov 12, 2018