Movie Vanguard --Audio track english gone after rip to HDD

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (DVD issues)' started by Fallen, Mar 10, 2021.

  1. Fallen

    Fallen Active Member

    English audio available When playback directly from disc
    After rip to Hdd track is gone --- Hunh this is a new one here
    Heres the ziplog
     

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  2. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL

    AnyDVD physically can't remove audio tracks. That requires reauthoring like with CloneDVD2. That's simply not something anydvd can do.
     
  3. Fallen

    Fallen Active Member

    Yes it was me -- Oddest structure Ive ever seen Title 1 has 2 audio tracks --- Mandarin at 334 and English at 1.
    Title 2 has 2 audio tracks --- Mandarin at 1 Mb English at 300+
    Never seen ANYTHING like this disc where audio was split like this
     
  4. bellbern

    bellbern Well-Known Member

    R we gonna get a fix real soon
     
  5. mmdavis

    mmdavis Well-Known Member

    Nothing to fix, the OP was having an audio issue and AnyDVD doesn't touch the audio and stated he was at fault. If you are having an issue, you need to start a new thread stating what the issue is, what error message you are getting, if any, and include an AnyDVD log from the original disc.
     
  6. bellbern

    bellbern Well-Known Member

    The problem I have is when I backup the Vanguard movie it starts with sound until i click play movie then there is no sound. Logfile below
     

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  7. mmdavis

    mmdavis Well-Known Member

    As has been previously mentioned, AnyDVD has nothing to do with audio, it does not touch it. So the issue is going to be with whatever program you are using to back it up, and what audio track(s) you are selecting in it.

    If you want to do a test to verify that, rip the disc to your hard drive with AnyDVD, then use MPC-HC, PowerDVD, etc. to play the rip.
     
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  8. bellbern

    bellbern Well-Known Member

    if you say so but still how does the original disc play in my standalone correctly but the back up does not?
     
  9. mmdavis

    mmdavis Well-Known Member

    Simply because you did not do any re-authoring on the original, so all audio tracks are there. You did on the back-up, so whatever audio tracks you selected, or did not select, are not there. Or are possibly selecting the wrong Title for the audio you want. The OP stated there were multiple Titles, one apparently for Mandarin, another for English in a post right above where you started. You need to verify what you are selecting in CloneDVD.
     
    Last edited: Mar 13, 2021
  10. Krawk

    Krawk Well-Known Member

    I got excited for just a moment -- I said to myself only yesterday that it had been awhile since Lionsgate has upped the ante in their game of spy vs spy. But, NOPE.
     
  11. graywtjr

    graywtjr Member

    Lionsgate had a an anti feature some time ago where the technology was built into late model DVD/Blu Ray players that caused the audio tracks to drop out about half way through a copied DVD. The way to get around it then was to playback the DVD on an older model DVD player. I have the same problem with the audio track on VANGUARD. Perhaps Lionsgate has upped their game where they can now block the audio tracks no matter what playback player is used. I used both an older and newer model playback device and the audio was blocked.
     
  12. mmdavis

    mmdavis Well-Known Member

    Cinavia does not kick in on an older or newer DVD player. DVD players do not look for or enforce Cinavia.

    That is a condition to play a Cinavia disc (DVD or Bluray) on a Bluray player. The player would need to have been manufactured prior to February 2012.
     
  13. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL

    Not exactly. The player model needs to be LICENSED for BD playback, prior to feb 1st 2012. The date of manufacture is irrelevant. Say they remanufacture my panasonic DMP-BDT110 tomorrow, it would still NOT be required to detect cinavia as that particular model was licensed during 2011
     
  14. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    Before we get sidetracked again: The disc of the OP does not contain Cinavia.
     
  15. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    Who or what displays this numbers? Please use elby CloneDVD2.
    You can also try to set AI scanner to "always enabled" for this disc.
     
  16. Fallen

    Fallen Active Member

    DvdShrink, (Yes I Know Rusty- But Trusty) And On Playback VLC,also IfoEdit. As to Clonedvd2 Im cheap DvdShrink has Never Failed on Anydvd rip So why switch
    What I commented on was seeing audio content distributed in such a fashion -- when I took a look at the VOB command structure It was obvious -- And I felt really dumb