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DVDA starless and bible black advice plz

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#1
I have ripped most of my King crimson 40th anniversary set to flac/wave hi res for my DAP

But starless and bible black will not rip anything other than the main tracks , i can not
for the life of me get any of the extras etc to even be seen let alone rip them

Ive tried foobar/DVDA explorer/DVDA extractor trial

If i didnt care about quality , i can just use VLC and record and save individual tracks
i can very easily choose tracks ,but i do care about quality

Can some one please advise me on how to rip this dvda in hi res with all the extras etc

Cheers
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#2
have you tried DVD Decrypter
#3
Originally posted by lostlight:
have you tried DVD Decrypter
Hmmmm well i never even thought of that lil proggie . I havent used it in ages and had no idea it could extract dvd-a . Can i assume it does mate ?

Cheers
#4
Originally posted by kapo13:
Originally posted by lostlight:
have you tried DVD Decrypter
Hmmmm well i never even thought of that lil proggie . I havent used it in ages and had no idea it could extract dvd-a . Can i assume it does mate ?

Cheers
i don't know if it will work never tried it i just used dvda explorer
#5
Originally posted by lostlight:
Originally posted by kapo13:
Originally posted by lostlight:
have you tried DVD Decrypter
Hmmmm well i never even thought of that lil proggie . I havent used it in ages and had no idea it could extract dvd-a . Can i assume it does mate ?

Cheers
i don't know if it will work never tried it i just used dvda explorer
Thanks mate

Looks like im sol then , i tried dvda explores and extractor , somethings up with that
disc that wont rip proper

Cheers
#6
Originally posted by kapo13:
Originally posted by lostlight:
Originally posted by kapo13:
Originally posted by lostlight:
have you tried DVD Decrypter
Hmmmm well i never even thought of that lil proggie . I havent used it in ages and had no idea it could extract dvd-a . Can i assume it does mate ?

Cheers
i don't know if it will work never tried it i just used dvda explorer
Thanks mate

Looks like im sol then , i tried dvda explores and extractor , somethings up with that
disc that wont rip proper

Cheers
can you post some images so i can see whats it doing foobar2000 should work with the dvda plugin just drag an drop the audio_ts.ifo on it
#7
OK mate

ill do that .

First heres the report i get

4 out of 40 tracks converted with major problems.

Source: "D:\tmp can delete\dvd\AUDIO_TS\ATS_01_2.AOB" / index: 65793
An error occurred while writing to file (Unexpected audio format change) : "D:\tmp can delete\flac from foobar\Lf-Rf-Ls-Rs 24-96000 + C-LFE 24-96000.flac"
Additional information:
Encoder stream format: 96000Hz / 6ch / 24bps
Command line: "E:\Installed\flac\flac.exe" -s --ignore-chunk-sizes -6 - -o "Lf-Rf-Ls-Rs 24-96000 + C-LFE 24-96000.flac"
Working folder: D:\tmp can delete\flac from foobar\

Conversion failed: Unexpected audio format change
Source: "D:\tmp can delete\dvd\AUDIO_TS\ATS_01_2.AOB" / index: 16843009
An error occurred while writing to file (The encoder has terminated prematurely with code 1 (0x00000001); please re-check parameters) : "D:\tmp can delete\flac from foobar\Lf-Rf-Ls-Rs 24-96000 + C-LFE 24-96000 (stereo downmix).flac"
Additional information:
Encoder stream format: 96000Hz / 2ch / 24bps
Command line: "E:\Installed\flac\flac.exe" -s --ignore-chunk-sizes -6 - -o "Lf-Rf-Ls-Rs 24-96000 + C-LFE 24-96000 (stereo downmix).flac"
Working folder: D:\tmp can delete\flac from foobar\

Conversion failed: The encoder has terminated prematurely with code 1 (0x00000001); please re-check parameters
Source: "D:\tmp can delete\dvd\AUDIO_TS\ATS_01_4.AOB" / index: 65793
An error occurred while writing to file (Unexpected audio format change) : "D:\tmp can delete\flac from foobar\L-R 24-96000.flac"
Additional information:
Encoder stream format: 96000Hz / 2ch / 24bps
Command line: "E:\Installed\flac\flac.exe" -s --ignore-chunk-sizes -6 - -o "L-R 24-96000.flac"
Working folder: D:\tmp can delete\flac from foobar\

Conversion failed: Unexpected audio format change
Source: "D:\tmp can delete\dvd\AUDIO_TS\ATS_01_4.AOB" / index: 16843009
An error occurred while finalizing the encoding process (File is already in use) : "D:\tmp can delete\flac from foobar\L-R 24-96000 (stereo downmix).flac"
Conversion failed: File is already in use
Skipped: "D:\tmp can delete\dvd\AUDIO_TS\AUDIO_TS.IFO" / index: 65793
Skipped: "D:\tmp can delete\dvd\AUDIO_TS\AUDIO_TS.IFO" / index: 65794
Skipped: "D:\tmp can delete\dvd\AUDIO_TS\AUDIO_TS.IFO" / index: 65795
Skipped: "D:\tmp can delete\dvd\AUDIO_TS\AUDIO_TS.IFO" / index: 65796
Skipped: "D:\tmp can delete\dvd\AUDIO_TS\AUDIO_TS.IFO" / index: 65797
Skipped: "D:\tmp can delete\dvd\AUDIO_TS\AUDIO_TS.IFO" / index: 65798
Skipped: "D:\tmp can delete\dvd\AUDIO_TS\AUDIO_TS.IFO" / index: 65799
Skipped: "D:\tmp can delete\dvd\AUDIO_TS\AUDIO_TS.IFO" / index: 65800
Skipped: "D:\tmp can delete\dvd\AUDIO_TS\AUDIO_TS.IFO" / index: 65801
Skipped: "D:\tmp can delete\dvd\AUDIO_TS\AUDIO_TS.IFO" / index: 66049
Skipped: "D:\tmp can delete\dvd\AUDIO_TS\AUDIO_TS.IFO" / index: 66050
Skipped: "D:\tmp can delete\dvd\AUDIO_TS\AUDIO_TS.IFO" / index: 66051
Skipped: "D:\tmp can delete\dvd\AUDIO_TS\AUDIO_TS.IFO" / index: 66052
Skipped: "D:\tmp can delete\dvd\AUDIO_TS\AUDIO_TS.IFO" / index: 66053
Skipped: "D:\tmp can delete\dvd\AUDIO_TS\AUDIO_TS.IFO" / index: 66054
Skipped: "D:\tmp can delete\dvd\AUDIO_TS\AUDIO_TS.IFO" / index: 66055
Skipped: "D:\tmp can delete\dvd\AUDIO_TS\AUDIO_TS.IFO" / index: 66056
Skipped: "D:\tmp can delete\dvd\AUDIO_TS\AUDIO_TS.IFO" / index: 66057
Skipped: "D:\tmp can delete\dvd\AUDIO_TS\AUDIO_TS.IFO" / index: 66305
Skipped: "D:\tmp can delete\dvd\AUDIO_TS\AUDIO_TS.IFO" / index: 66306
Skipped: "D:\tmp can delete\dvd\AUDIO_TS\AUDIO_TS.IFO" / index: 66307
Skipped: "D:\tmp can delete\dvd\AUDIO_TS\AUDIO_TS.IFO" / index: 66308
Skipped: "D:\tmp can delete\dvd\AUDIO_TS\AUDIO_TS.IFO" / index: 66309
Skipped: "D:\tmp can delete\dvd\AUDIO_TS\AUDIO_TS.IFO" / index: 66310
Skipped: "D:\tmp can delete\dvd\AUDIO_TS\AUDIO_TS.IFO" / index: 66311
Skipped: "D:\tmp can delete\dvd\AUDIO_TS\AUDIO_TS.IFO" / index: 66312
Skipped: "D:\tmp can delete\dvd\AUDIO_TS\AUDIO_TS.IFO" / index: 66313
Skipped: "D:\tmp can delete\dvd\AUDIO_TS\AUDIO_TS.IFO" / index: 66561
Skipped: "D:\tmp can delete\dvd\AUDIO_TS\AUDIO_TS.IFO" / index: 66562
Skipped: "D:\tmp can delete\dvd\AUDIO_TS\AUDIO_TS.IFO" / index: 16843017
Skipped: "D:\tmp can delete\dvd\AUDIO_TS\AUDIO_TS.IFO" / index: 16843777
Skipped: "D:\tmp can delete\dvd\AUDIO_TS\AUDIO_TS.IFO" / index: 16843778
#8
damn can figure how to add attachments lol

Is that report enough infos ?
#9
is your D: drive your disc drive if so try putting the AUDIO_TS folder on your hard drive and try loading it that way
#10
Originally posted by lostlight:
is your D: drive your disc drive if so try putting the AUDIO_TS folder on your hard drive and try loading it that way
No D is my hard drive mate
#11
Not sure what dvda is(googled a little bit and it sounds like audio tracks put onto a dvd) but have you tried ripping them with dvdfab? http://www.dvdfab.com/hd-decrypter.htm

If you can rip them using VLC, try saving each track as .wav(uncompressed). This should get you the closest to the original as you can(with little to no loss(but you will have large files). Then recode them with your favorite encoder( I use nero to recode them as mp3pro) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mp3PRO
This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 04 Mar 2013 @ 14:14

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#12
Source: "D:\tmp can delete\dvd\AUDIO_TS\ATS_01_2.AOB" / index: 65793
An error occurred while writing to file (Unexpected audio format change) : "D:\tmp can delete\flac from foobar\Lf-Rf-Ls-Rs 24-96000 + C-LFE 24-96000.flac"
Additional information:
Encoder stream format: 96000Hz / 6ch / 24bps
Command line: "E:\Installed\flac\flac.exe" -s --ignore-chunk-sizes -6 - -o "Lf-Rf-Ls-Rs 24-96000 + C-LFE 24-96000.flac"
Working folder: D:\tmp can delete\flac from foobar\


looks like your going from aob to flac try outputting it to mpl or wav
#13
Originally posted by keebles:
Not sure what dvda is(googled a little bit and it sounds like audio tracks put onto a dvd) but have you tried ripping them with dvdfab? http://www.dvdfab.com/hd-decrypter.htm

If you can rip them using VLC, try saving each track as .wav(uncompressed). This should get you the closest to the original as you can(with little to no loss(but you will have large files). Then recode them with your favorite encoder( I use nero to recode them as mp3pro) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mp3PRO
DVD-A is dvd audio , by now im certain u know as much as me,as im new to it( 1st thing i noticed when i seen one was , hey the AUDIO_TS folder has files in it , ive never seen that till a few months ago,and for years wondered why only VIDEO_TS had files in it

I ve not tried dvdfab ,i shall , BUT i have tried vlc , but cannot suss how to save anything as uncompressed wave ,i always get some lesser than original files ,BUT if it was possibe(can it still save as 24 bit as well?) ,it will be so easy , just pick and save tracks i want . How do i set vlc to do such as wave tho ?

PS the files are 24/96 hi res files , id like to keep them as such

Cheers
This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 04 Mar 2013 @ 17:12
#14
Originally posted by lostlight:
Source: "D:\tmp can delete\dvd\AUDIO_TS\ATS_01_2.AOB" / index: 65793
An error occurred while writing to file (Unexpected audio format change) : "D:\tmp can delete\flac from foobar\Lf-Rf-Ls-Rs 24-96000 + C-LFE 24-96000.flac"
Additional information:
Encoder stream format: 96000Hz / 6ch / 24bps
Command line: "E:\Installed\flac\flac.exe" -s --ignore-chunk-sizes -6 - -o "Lf-Rf-Ls-Rs 24-96000 + C-LFE 24-96000.flac"
Working folder: D:\tmp can delete\flac from foobar\


looks like your going from aob to flac try outputting it to mpl or wav
Hey nice catch mate

ill try that after supper

Cheers
#15
Nope i get the same errors trying that

But i googled and googled , seems ppl are ripping 24 bit from dad-a with vlc , but im yet to see how they done it , these are all older threads too

Something about rippin raw , im not understanding tho Ie http://forum.videolan.org/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=63781

Damn im so close
#16
these videos i made might be of some help

DVD-Audio Explorer 2008

foobar2000 v1.2.1
#17
You cannot rip a DVDA with a Video_TS ripper.
All the apps mentioned here are for the VIDEO_TS content, not the AUDIO_TS.

BTW - all the KC titles in the 40th anniversary series have content in the AUDIO_TS.



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