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Ripping DVD to ISO - only first portion of DVD ripped?

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Hi,

 

Trying to rip my DVD collection, but after the fourth DVD i noticed that the ISO files are all of same size!

 

2.303.698 KB to be exact. Turns out the ISO image (when played back in VLC) stops about 30 mins into the movie.

 

From the example in the log, I'm guessing the ISO image should have been 6.648.823.808 bytes in size?

 

From the logs:

 

I 19:31:02 Operation Started!

I 19:31:02 Source Device: [1:1:0] COMPAQ DVD-ROM SR-8584A a14D (E:) (ATA)

I 19:31:02 Source Media Type: CD-ROM

I 19:31:02 Source Media Sectors: 3.246.496 (Track Path: PTP)

I 19:31:02 Source Media Size: 6.648.823.808 bytes

I 19:31:02 Source Media Volume Identifier: DVDVolume

I 19:31:02 Source Media Volume Set Identifier: c2dbafc8 DVDVolume

I 19:31:02 Source Media Application Identifier: SONIC SOLUTIONS IMAGESCRIPT (52239)

I 19:31:02 Source Media Implementation Identifier: DVD Producer 1.0

I 19:31:02 Source Media File System(s): ISO9660; UDF (1.02)

I 19:31:02 Read Speed (Data/Audio): MAX / 8x

I 19:31:02 Destination File: F:\Movies\Olsen Banden\5 Olsen Banden G

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Beginning of LOG:

 

I 18:11:57 ImgBurn Version 2.4.2.0 started!

I 18:11:57 Microsoft Windows XP Professional (5.1, Build 2600 : Service Pack 3)

I 18:11:57 Total Physical Memory: 2.095.584 KB - Available: 1.386.188 KB

I 18:11:57 Initialising SPTI...

I 18:11:57 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices...

I 18:11:57 Found 1 CD-RW and 2 DVD-ROMs!

 

Any more information needed, just ask - thanks :-)

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goddag og velkommen til

 

you shouldn't use imgburn for ripping discs, its not a decrypting tool

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Please copy + paste all the disc info from the panel on the right when you're back on the main 'Read' mode screen.

 

Edit: what corny said is true but the log info just doesn't add up anyway so I'd like to double check some things!

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Hi thanks for the welcome, and the incredible fast reply!

 

What tool would I use for ripping the DVD's?

 

 

Info from the right hand window:

 

COMPAQ DVD-ROM SR-8584A a14D (ATA)

Current Profile: Unknown (Not Supported)

 

Disc Information:

Status: Complete

Erasable: No

Sessions: 0

Sectors: 3.252.160

Size: 6.660.423.680 bytes

Time: 722:44:10 (MM:SS:FF)

 

TOC Information:

Session 1... (LBA: 0 - 1151849)

-> Track 01 (Mode ???, LBA: 0 - 1151848)

-> LeadOut (LBA: 1151849)

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there should be more than that ??

 

Optiarc DVD RW AD-7200A 1.06 (SCSI)

Current Profile: DVD-ROM

 

Disc Information:

Status: Complete

Erasable: No

Sessions: 1

Sectors: 4.133.424

Size: 8.465.252.352 bytes

Time: 918:34:24 (MM:SS:FF)

 

TOC Information:

Session 1... (LBA: 0)

-> Track 01 (Mode 1, LBA: 0 - 4133423)

-> LeadOut (LBA: 4133424)

 

Track Information:

Session 1...

-> Track 01 (LTSA: 0, TS: 4133424, LRA: 0)

 

Physical Format Information (Last Recorded - L0):

Book Type: DVD-ROM

Part Version: 1

Disc Size: 120mm

Maximum Read Rate: 10.08Mbps

Number of Layers: 2

Track Path: Opposite Track Path (OTP)

Linear Density: 0.293 um/bit

Track Density: 0.74 um/track

First Physical Sector of Data Area: 196.608

Last Physical Sector of Data Area: 16.557.487

Last Physical Sector in Layer 0: 2.274.879

 

Physical Format Information (Last Recorded - L1):

Book Type: DVD-ROM

Part Version: 1

Disc Size: 120mm

Maximum Read Rate: 10.08Mbps

Number of Layers: 2

Track Path: Opposite Track Path (OTP)

Linear Density: 0.293 um/bit

Track Density: 0.74 um/track

First Physical Sector of Data Area: 196.608

Last Physical Sector of Data Area: 16.557.487

Last Physical Sector in Layer 0: 2.274.879

 

Layer Information:

Layer 0 Sectors: 2.078.272 (50,28%)

Layer 1 Sectors: 2.055.152 (49,72%)

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You get the same disc info if you use your other DVD reader?

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Yeah, your drive is old and non MMC compliant - it's returning a lot of bogus info.

 

Maybe the other one will work better.

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there should be more than that ??

 

Optiarc DVD RW AD-7200A 1.06 (SCSI)

Current Profile: DVD-ROM

 

[cut]

 

Mine says;

 

COMPAQ DVD-ROM SR-8584A a14D (ATA)

Current Profile: Unknown (Not Supported)

 

But also this caught my eye

 

TOC Information:

Session 1... (LBA: 0 - 1151849)

-> Track 01 (Mode ???, LBA: 0 - 1151848)

-> LeadOut (LBA: 1151849)

 

Compared to yours below TOC - Mode is unknown?

 

TOC Information:

Session 1... (LBA: 0)

-> Track 01 (Mode 1, LBA: 0 - 4133423)

-> LeadOut (LBA: 4133424)

 

So I'm guessing;

 

1) My drive is not supported

 

Why?

 

Drivers? Firmware?

 

Or is COMPAQ DVD-ROM SR-8584A a14D (ATA) simply a piece of really old hardware from back in the days? :-)

 

Works fine on my t60 thinkpad;

 

HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GSA-4083N 1.08 (ATA)

Current Profile: DVD-ROM

 

Disc Information:

Status: Complete

Erasable: No

Sessions: 1

Sectors: 3.246.496

Size: 6.648.823.808 bytes

Time: 721:28:46 (MM:SS:FF)

 

TOC Information:

Session 1... (LBA: 0)

-> Track 01 (Mode 1, LBA: 0 - 3246495)

-> LeadOut (LBA: 3246496)

 

Track Information:

Session 1...

-> Track 01 (LTSA: 0, TS: 3246496, LRA: 3246495)

 

Physical Format Information (Last Recorded - L0):

Book Type: DVD-ROM

Part Version: 1

Disc Size: 120mm

Maximum Read Rate: 10.08Mbps

Number of Layers: 2

Track Path: Opposite Track Path (OTP)

Linear Density: 0.293 um/bit

Track Density: 0.74 um/track

First Physical Sector of Data Area: 196.608

Last Physical Sector of Data Area: 16.345.503

Last Physical Sector in Layer 0: 1.937.407

 

Physical Format Information (Last Recorded - L1):

Book Type: DVD-ROM

Part Version: 1

Disc Size: 120mm

Maximum Read Rate: 10.08Mbps

Number of Layers: 2

Track Path: Opposite Track Path (OTP)

Linear Density: 0.293 um/bit

Track Density: 0.74 um/track

First Physical Sector of Data Area: 196.608

Last Physical Sector of Data Area: 16.345.503

Last Physical Sector in Layer 0: 1.937.407

 

Layer Information:

Layer 0 Sectors: 1.740.800 (53,62%)

Layer 1 Sectors: 1.505.696 (46,38%)

 

 

Thanks again, I'll try and update the drivers p

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COMPAQ DVD-ROM SR-8584A a14D (ATA)

Current Profile: Unknown (Not Supported)

 

Disc Information:

Status: Complete

Erasable: No

Sessions: 0

Sectors: 3.252.160

Size: 6.660.423.680 bytes

Time: 722:44:10 (MM:SS:FF)

 

TOC Information:

Session 1... (LBA: 0 - 1151849)

-> Track 01 (Mode ???, LBA: 0 - 1151848)

-> LeadOut (LBA: 1151849)

 

Current Profile: Unknown (Not Supported)

 

I've never seen a DVD drive that didn't support the 'GET CONFIGURATION' MMC command.... until today that is!

 

A firmware update might fix it but I doubt you'll find one.

 

Sessions: 0

 

Obviously that's bogus info. There must be at least 1 for there to be any data on the disc!

 

Sectors: 3.252.160

...

-> Track 01 (Mode ???, LBA: 0 - 1151848)

 

Those two should say the same thing (number wise - but 1 sector out because one is a total and the other shows the last in the range).

 

ImgBurn uses the TOC values when reading the individual tracks - because it has to!

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I couldn't find any later firmware for that reader. :(

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Thanks Cynthia and UK :-)

 

I'll start by trying new drivers, and perhaps upgrade the drive whenever - but seriously, who uses dvd drives today anyway? =)

 

Keep up the good work, and thanks again.

 

a.

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Hi thanks for the welcome, and the incredible fast reply!

 

What tool would I use for ripping the DVD's?

 

 

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What tool would I use for ripping the DVD's?

 

 

Please use Google for that question. As you can see, you have asked it several times and no one answered it. We do not discuss any form of ripping here. :thumbup:

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