Our Kind of Traitor

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (DVD issues)' started by MDaleSyd, Dec 4, 2018.

  1. MDaleSyd

    MDaleSyd Member

    Using AnyDvd v8.3.0.1 (same results using v8.3.0.0)
    "Our Kind of Traitor", 2016, USA
    Attempting to rip DVD to Hard Disk, No Errors shown
    Video_TS Folder on HDD shows: On HDD DVD (sizes differ)

    VIDEO_TS.BUP 20 KB 32 KB
    VIDEO.TS.IFO 20 KB 32 KB
    VTS_01_0.BUP 14 KB 18 KB
    VTS_01_0.IFO 14 KB 18 KB
    VTS_01_1.VOB 26,988 KB 26,988 KB
    VTS_02_0_BUP 14 KB 16 KB
    VTS_02_0_IFO 14 KB 16 KB
    VTS_02.0.VOB N/A 36 BK
    VTS_02_1.VOB 16 KB 480,632 KB
    VTS_03_0_BUP 12 KB 20 KB
    VTS_03_0_IFO 12 KB 20 KB
    VTS_03_0.VOB N/A 66,576 KB
    VTS_03_1.VOB 8 KB 36 KB
    VTS_04_0_BUP 12 KB 20 KB
    VTS_04_0_IFO 12 KB 20 KB
    VTS_04_0.VOB N/A 58 KB
    VTS_04_1.VOB 8 KB 1,048,574 KB
    VTS_04_2.VOB 1,048,574 KB
    VTS_04_3.VOB 1,048,574 KB
    VTS_04_4.VOB 1,048,574 KB
    VTS_04_5.VOB 1,048,574 KB
    VTS_04_6.VOB 1,048,574 KB
    VTS_05_0.BUP 12 KB 12 KB
    VTS_05_0.IFO 12 KB 12 KB
    VTS_05_1.VOB 8 KB 4,428 KB
    VTS_06_0.BUP 12 KB 18 KB
    VTS_06_0_IFO 12 KB 18 KB
    VTS_06_0.VOB N/A 58 KB
    VTS_06_1.VOB 8 KB 810,068 KB
    VTS_07_0_BUP 12 KB 18 KB
    VTS_07_0_IFO 12 KB 18 KB
    VTS_07_0.VOB N/A 58 KB
    VTS_07_1.VOB 8 KB 251,910 KB
    VTS_08_0_BUP 12 KB 12 KB
    VTS_08_0_IFO 12 KB 12 KB
    VTS_08_1.VOB 8 KB 140 KB
    VTS_09_0_BUP 12 KB 16 KB
    VTS_09_0_IFO 12 KB 16 KB
    VTS_09_1.VOB 8 KB 36,120KB
    VTS_10_0_BUP 12 KB 18 KB
    VTS_10_0_IFO 12 KB 18 KB
    VTS_10_1.VOB 8 KB 48,860
    VTS_11_0_BUP 12 KB 18 KB
    VTS_11_0_IFO 12 KB 18 KB
    VTS_11_1.VOB 14 KB 169,400 KB

    Note that on the DVD there were also structures for 12 through 26 (VTS_xx) that are not present on the HDD directory. When played from the hard disk drive image the copywrite warnings are displayed, then a Lionsgate logo segment, then all is black.

    Attached Files:

  2. just curious

    just curious Well-Known Member

    "When played from the hard disk drive image the copywrite warnings are displayed, then a Lionsgate logo segment, then all is black"

    Are you using a licensed player such as Powerdvd to play the hard drive folder created when you "ripped DVD to Hard Disk"?
    Last edited: Dec 4, 2018
  3. mmdavis

    mmdavis Well-Known Member

    Really? Now whether it is a defective disc or new protection @James would need to say.
  4. MDaleSyd

    MDaleSyd Member

    I am using Windows 7 Pro 64 bit Media Center, which has had no problems playing AnyDVD ripped movies over the last many years. Note also the obvious lack of data given the size of the VOB files generated by the attempt to rip the disk. I installed a DVD drive in the Media Center last evening in an attempt to play the disk natively. There was a problem about halfway through the third preview that locked it up. Using the Media Center remote to jump to the DVD menu immediately upon disk startup allowed the movie to play. Based on this, it may just be a defective disk as opposed to any copy protection variants.
  5. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    Your disc and / or drive is dirty and / or defective.