Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (Blu-ray issues)' started by Edgeman56, Mar 22, 2016.
Not showing the correct playlist. Logfile attached. Thanks.
This is the logfile from the Amazon retail version of this BD. Hundreds of playlists with screenpass protection and something new - All of the stream files in all of the MPLS files have (17) 00501.M2ts files with index numbers each with different time lengths.
This is a log file from a US Rental version. Not showing correct playlist...
I also need playlist help (305 playlist)
Not showing correct playlist... Thanks. I think it is 258 but not sure.
Here's another ziplog for Region B version of MJ2 from amazon.co.uk
My own analysis with PowerDVD and procmon suggests the correct main playlist is 00154.mpls
Another log file, if this is helpful at all. US Blu-ray rental. It takes several minutes to scan the disk. Rip to Hard Drive aborts with read errors after a few minutes.
I know this may be a bad disc, but I am just supplying another data point.
Here is another region 1 log file.
Another US Rental logfile.
Has anyone tried 706 for US rental?
154 for US BR Rental looks like it worked. I used latest AnyDVD HD to rip to hard drive first, then handbrake to convert playlist 154 (out of 315 I believe it was). Did a quick scan and it seemed all scenes were in order and no blackout at the 1:20 mark as mentioned in another thread.
Edit: 154 is not correct, I just noticed the chapter jump at the beginning of the movie.
Edit 2: Yeah, just don't listen to a word I say, total noob here. 154 was the 154th item in the list of titles, not the .mpls name. I had originally tried 00491.mpls, which does not work.
Just to clarify there are completely valid reasons why a person might need to know the playlist for a rental version of a Blu-ray release including but not limited to playback on an HTPC while making use of AnyDVD HD to not have to deal with advertisements, etc.
Note: Yes, there's a reason I am posting this. If you don't understand why then it was not directed at you.
Trying now...will let you know.
Not to mention to avoid buying into the but-raping that is PowerDVD....Somehow a software Blu player is 2X the cost of a standalone unit.
A little off topic but, while we are waiting for the correct track number, I have always wondered how do the normal Blu-ray players figure out the correct track number? Does it have something to do with the menus?
They don't, hardware players have a device unique decryption key. The disc asks for authentication, the player shows its key, the disc 'sees' a hardware key and says 'all good' and goes on to normal playback.
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I did it the hard way (statistical analysis of the playlists followed by some old-fashioned manual stream review) and found that 00428.mpls is the right one for the rental I had.
Which is what the ANYDVD HD status window reports on my netflix disc. Much less work for me that way.
I don't know which disc you actually have, but I'm fairly certain, that AnyDVD displays the correct playlist in the status window.
If it doesn't - please post a log file.
Can some of you please check if these discs work without AnyDVD at all?
Certain variants look like they shouldn't even play correctly as original disc on a licensed Blu-ray player.
Especially the ones from:
dalerreed, williamshtaylor and from another thread: Burrie, possibly BrianG61UK and TAZ666
(these are three distinct discs).
These discs should play the main feature in a jumbled sequence.
These discs should be correct: Edgeman56, CCaptain00, subOptimal (btw, buddy, you have read errors on yours, return it), Barnabus, Frankenscripter
Separate names with a comma.