Sunshine ISO From Folder Rip

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (Blu-ray issues)' started by PrincipalityFusion, Mar 20, 2008.

  1. PrincipalityFusion

    PrincipalityFusion Well-Known Member

    I made an ISO of a hard drive rip from the Sunshine Blu Ray disk. When I attempted to play it back in PowerDVD 3730, the playback was jittery. Definitely better than trying to play back single files pre BD defeat, but very distracting as the jitter occurrs every few seconds.

    Some caveats:
    I was playing back the video on a machine with a non UVD graphics card (Radeon X1900 Pro). However, I have played back high def material in the past with no studder (processor is Athlon X2 at 2.8Ghz).

    Don't know if its because I made the ISO from a rip instead of the disk???

    Anyways, i'm creating an ISO straight from the disk to see if that changes things.

    In the meantime, i've included the log file so you can have a look when you get the time.

    Also, let me add to the many thanks you've recieved today. Job well done Slysoft.
     

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  2. PrincipalityFusion

    PrincipalityFusion Well-Known Member

    Same jerky playback from ISO created directly from disk with AnyDVD running.
     
  3. clareman

    clareman Well-Known Member

    i did the same thing as you and played it direct off the .m2ts via tvix6500 and it played great...i had issues with august rush and enchanted though (they aren't bd+, but had a repetitve stutter throughout the movie)
     
  4. Charlie

    Charlie Well-Known Member

    Wouldn't the shuttering be a hardware horsepower issue? I would think so myself unless someone can explain me wrong. Does the original DVD play the same with and without anydvd running?
     
  5. PrincipalityFusion

    PrincipalityFusion Well-Known Member

    Figured Out What Was Wrong

    Looks like Charlie was correct about the horsepower issue. I did a clean install of PowerDVD 3730a on both my work computer and HTPC. Updated to the latest Catalyst while I was at it as well. Sunshine played smooth as butter on the HTPC (ATI HD2600XT) and stuttered on the work computer (ATI 1900Pro). I guess that UVD really makes a big difference.

    Thanks Charlie!!

    Oh, and Slysoft, you rock:rock:
     
  6. Charlie

    Charlie Well-Known Member

    You're welcome but it was just a lucky guess at the same time. I am studying on all this BD info that other users posted here as I want a BD burner now too.
     
  7. gwolfman

    gwolfman Well-Known Member

    I have a BD-burner but I haven't burnt anything with it yet. What would I burn?