Jump to content

Ch3vr0n

Members
  • Posts

    483
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Everything posted by Ch3vr0n

  1. Well you're wrong. :-) it's not guaranteed to happen but leaving SP intact can cause playback issues. SP stretches the DVD standard to its limits of what is allowed. Software players may be less prone to choking on it but when burning the image back to disc, you'll copy it back on to the blank. That's when the issues can arise, the standalone can choke on it for a while and then proceed, or simply refuse playback because it's a protection mechanism and it didn't get removed. They don't cause an issue on originals because it's tied into CSS, on the backup CSS is gone but the SP wasn't. Trust me, i deal with that stuff on a daily basis at the RedFox forums. Sent from my Nexus 6P with Tapatalk.
  2. Well if you used AnyDVD back then, then you ignored the warning it gave you when you started the ISO ripper on the DVD. You're specifically told by AnyDVD NOT to do what you did, because of what would happen did. Unlike other protections SP cannot be removed on the fly. If you rip to ISO, the SP is copied along with it. It can only be removed when ripping correctly to folder structure, at which point AnyDVD flags the fake ones, and during ripping it only rips the real structure to hard disk. SP is nothing new. You can try to mount the ISO and use the AnyDVD 'rip video DVD to hard disk' option, but since protection is already removed I can't guarantee the folder ripper will be able to strip away the SP. If that's the case, you could try CloneDVD but no guarantees there either Sent from my Nexus 6P with Tapatalk.
  3. Welcome to the world of structural protection which create fake vts files, same type of mechanic as screenpass protection or ssif files. Nothing a proper decryption tool can't fix Sent from my Nexus 6P with Tapatalk.
  4. Obviously it's the conversion software or the files themselves. You may not have said it was imgburn, but you did post in IMGBURN support forum section. I said nothing about Blu-ray nor DVD. You need to consult the forums for your conversion or where you got the files. As said it's not an imgburn issue, you're looking in the wrong place. Sent from my Nexus 6P with Tapatalk.
  5. ImgBurn only burns what you feed it. If there's audio issues the problem are your files, not anything ImgBurn does. Sent from my Nexus 6P with Tapatalk.
  6. You already know the answer, mdisc claims 1000y. Google it Sent from my Nexus 7 (2013) with Tapatalk
  7. Here we go again. 1 & 2. Google it. Sent from my Nexus 6P with Tapatalk.
  8. 1 of course they don't have the same consistency. One uses inorganic dye the other a carbon. You've been told that a dozen times now. 2. The same place as with any optical disc. Dark and dry place. Google it Sent from my Nexus 6P with Tapatalk.
  9. Here we go again, instead of burn and dye composite questions we've now gone into fungus world. You read on the internet about the fungus, use those same internet search/reading skills to know what and how it does what it does. Sent from my Nexus 7 (2013) with Tapatalk
  10. Google translate is your friend. Something about a limit and UDF file system. Sent from my Nexus 7 (2013) with Tapatalk
  11. You just don't give up do you. Every day new questions. How do uit expect us to predict YOUR results with Mdisc over years when Mdisc is very new? Try it and test for yourself then make your conclusions. No, we already told your a few times here. MDISC uses an inorganic carbon recording surface. Sent from my Nexus 6P with Tapatalk.
  12. You have branded inkjet datalife ones, and non branded. Neither have ever given me issues. I've pretty much only used printable verbatim (branded and non branded) with my lg burners. No issues ever. Sent from my Nexus 6P with Tapatalk.
  13. Use better blanks. CMCmag is pure crap of the cheapest kind. Sent from my Nexus 6P with Tapatalk.
  14. Must have been thinking I was on a different forum. Just ignore or delete :-) Sent from my Nexus 6P with Tapatalk.
  15. Neither the region or LTH type have anything to do with the movie playing or of sequence. Incorrect scene order is usually a protection issue or the player picking the wrong playlist Sent from my Nexus 6P with Tapatalk.
  16. What does that have to do with any burn errors. That is as far of topic distance worst as the earth is to the sun. That thing is just detecting the opencandy dll Sent from my Nexus 6P with Tapatalk.
  17. The ps3 isnt a software player which I clearly said. The ps3 can play DVD's but it can't play video structures on a data disc. A data Blu-ray disc with multiple dvd video structures on it doesn't suddenly turn it into a super sized DVD. The file structure doesn't match, the filesystem won't match,... Result: invalid disc for hardware players. Software players don't have that problem, you point them to the DVD root folder and they start playing. Sent from my Nexus 6P with Tapatalk.
  18. Well he can do what he wants if he burns as data disc. It can contain the full structures for storage but that's it. Only thing that will work is pointing a software player to the DVD's main folder for playback. Sent from my Nexus 6P with Tapatalk.
  19. If you'll read the notice that comes with asmedia chipsets it's real easy. 'DATA drives only' aka HDD or SSD. ODD's are not supported at all or can have erratic behavior Sent from my Nexus 6P with Tapatalk.
  20. I'm not apologising for anything or anyone. I've been using ImgBurn since it was bundled with the ASK toolbar, not ONCE have i been hit by unwanted installations. All the installer does is load the opencandy dll. It's that dll that connects to the ad server and downloads/installs the offers. I'm not disagreeing that the way opencandy does this is good (they make opt out things look like you can't select them), but that's opencandy doing that. LightningUK has no control over that. But if it's any consilidation, afaik he said that the company behind opencandy closed up it's opencandy division to focus their efforts elsewhere. As to the 2 topics, no it doesn't and thats considered crossposting, double posting (especially if there's only 3 minutes between them) and spamming. Some forums issue (temp) bans for that kind of behavior
  21. And why are making 2 topics? I've never had any issues ImgBurn installing anything I didn't want it to. YOU accepted the offers and told the opencandy plugin used to install it. ImgBurn didn't do that on its own. Sent from my Nexus 7 (2013) with Tapatalk
  22. You placed it there by clicking NEXT without looking at the screens. ImgBurn installer doesn't install anything you don't tell it to install. You uninstall the offers YOU ACCEPTED to install the same way you do anything else. Go to windows software and programs, select the item and uninstall. Sent from my Nexus 7 (2013) with Tapatalk
  23. Basically what lightning and I have said a few times now but you still refuse to read, maybe caps will help. THE DEFAULT SETTINGS USUALLY WORK FINE FOR MAXIMUM COMPATIBILITY. Stop messing with things or risk creating issues. Repeatedly asking the same things over and over will not change the previous answers. Sent from my Nexus 7 (2013) with Tapatalk
  24. There is no best. Not for anything. 'best' is relative. What may work for one user may not work for you at all. There's too many variables. Your blanks, the type, your burner, the firmware,... Default usually works fine. You don't give up do you? Always more questions 'what's best for this, what's best for doing that...'. maybe you should read post 74 again. Sent from my Nexus 6P with Tapatalk.
  25. Yes and no. MTS is primarily linked to AVCHD. Blu-ray is M2TS only, not MTS.
×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use.