PS3 iso rips

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (Blu-ray issues)' started by HD43, Nov 27, 2007.

  1. HD43

    HD43 Well-Known Member

    Am I right in thinking PS3 iso rips of the new Fox BD+ titles don't work with AnyDVD? Will these work once BD+ is fully broken?

    Thanks.
     
  2. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    They work with AnyDVD.
     
  3. SamuriHL

    SamuriHL Retired Moderator

    The only BD+ title I have is Fantastic Four Rise of the Silver Surfer and it works for me on my HTPC with a ripped PS3 ISO using PowerDVD Ultra.
     
  4. joeyooser

    joeyooser Active Member

    It seems to work with powerdvd ultra 3319a, not the latest versions which cannot read from hard disk files and also seem to have problems reading from mounted isos.

    Process:
    -install linux on ps3
    -rip DR to .iso (takes 4-6 hours per BR disc for me) on external hard disk
    -move external hard disk to windows pc
    -mount .iso using daemon tools and let anydvd scan it
    -watch in powerdvd ultra 3319a

    It worked for me.
     
  5. Humpa

    Humpa Well-Known Member

    hmmm ... it takes 60-90minutes for the Blu-Ray iso rips on my PS3 to a ext3 formatted external hdd. There shouldn't be much difference between everyones rip times - yours take that long? I'm using YellowDog.
     
  6. SamuriHL

    SamuriHL Retired Moderator

    Because he's using an NTFS formatted drive. I'm doing the same thing and it is indeed ridiculously slow. But it works, and doesn't require that we mess around with messy drivers in Windows to read the EXT3 partition. So, it's a trade off...one that I'm happy to make.
     
  7. Humpa

    Humpa Well-Known Member

    I would've thought that the ntfs was quicker. I'm only using ext3 because I can't get YellowDog to read an ntfs drive.
     
  8. SamuriHL

    SamuriHL Retired Moderator

    No, Ubuntu ships with ntfs-3g which does a good job and all, but, fast it's not. You should be able to install ntfs-3g into your YellowDog installation if you want to check it out. I'd be curious as to what results you see with that. If it's faster, I'd switch in a heartbeat.
     
  9. Humpa

    Humpa Well-Known Member

    I've tried in the past to get ntfs installed. I followed some guide, but at the end I still didn't have ntfs. I've since given up. It works so I'm not going to mess with it. I'm not very proficient in linux. :(
     
  10. SamuriHL

    SamuriHL Retired Moderator

    I'm not at all familiar with the YD distribution of Linux so I'm afraid I won't be of much help there. I'm an Ubuntu fan. I love that it ships with ntfs-3g built right in. But, I have the same issue of it taking several hours. I haven't got enough patience to deal with EXT3 on Vista. If it were XP, that'd be a different story. EXT3 on Vista is less than ideal.
     
  11. joeyooser

    joeyooser Active Member

    Have you succeeded in ripping/playing SpiderMan 3 with the PS3? Everything else seems to work, including bd+ titles, but I cannot play the spiderman 3 ISO once it's mounted in DaemonTools and anydvd can't rip it - it just puts up an error about 'unable to read drive e:'.
     
  12. SamuriHL

    SamuriHL Retired Moderator

    Your version of PowerDVD Ultra is... ?
     
  13. Humpa

    Humpa Well-Known Member

    I had no problems ripping SM3 from a PS3 iso, but I don't remember what AnyDVD version I was using. I get that error in a couple of other movies though - I keep trying to rip the ISO with every new AnyDVD version, but I can't rip or watch from iso on 3 movies: Day After Tomorrow, Seven Years in Tibet, and Mr Brooks.
     
  14. joeyooser

    joeyooser Active Member

    I'm running pdvd 3319a, but that wouldn't have anything to do with the anydvd saying 'can't read from drive e', which is the iso mounted with daemon tools.
     
  15. SamuriHL

    SamuriHL Retired Moderator

    The problem is ripping ISOs from the PS3 is not officially supported by Slysoft which is understandable. I have not tried SM3 yet. I'm quite sure I won't get around to trying it any time this weekend. Maybe in a few days if you need me to test it out I'll give it a shot. Maybe someone else has some advice on this one.
     
  16. joeyooser

    joeyooser Active Member

    I think the ISO rip was actually incomplete. I retried and instead of just 33GB, it was around 45GB. I haven't tried remounting on the PC, but I suspect it will work now.