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Shrink and VOBB ripping error on 40 gig disc

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by Mr_Pink, Feb 10, 2008.

  1. Mr_Pink

    Mr_Pink Regular member

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    That is not a typo lol:

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    For the record, AnyDVD, VOBB, Shrink, Decryptor, DVDFab, and Ripit4me have all been unsuccessful in opening/ripping this DVD.

    This is what AnyDVD reads it as:

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    But at least they know to use the good stuff:

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    This is more of a goof than anything, but has anyone ever seen a file like that?

    EDIT: this is what My Computer reads it as lol
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    Mr. P , What was that disc?
     
  3. cyprusrom

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    So ,you couldn't rip it? Bad burn...
    Even though is on TY media, you have a bad burn, corrupted disc...Did you try to rip with ImgBurn?
     
  4. Mr_Pink

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    Even though it is on a DVD+/-R, it still had some sort of encryption, hence the 217119MB size and the listed 40 GB lol.

    In that VOBB screen cap, the TitleSet goes up to like VTS_85 with the same exact file size you see there.

    To get it to rip, I blanked everything, minus 1 VTS. Sure enough, it ripped perfectly.

    To answer the question: my brother is in the union and we get screener copies of movies. The only reason I wanted to rip it is to put it all on one disc (the movie was split into 2 discs--that 217119MB disc is just disc 1 of the movie LOL).

    I just wanted to put this up because it's funny as hell to see that file size.
     
  5. iluvendo

    iluvendo Active member

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    Mr P, you may have stumbled onto the next hiccup on encryption.$ony or Lionsgate may use it on a new release and if so, are we gonna get a lot of threads on "Can't copy,file too big 40Gb. Thanks for the heads up on how to do this.
     
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    Ha! Good point.

    To reiterate then: I opened the disc with VOBB. Blanked EVERYTHING except one titleset (since there were about 80 duplicates) and processed them. For what it's worth, it did take longer than usual for VOBB to process AND Shrink to "open file."
     
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    Hmm:~)..Interesting!
    With AnyDVD, did you try with AI Scanner enabled/disabled?
     
  8. Mr_Pink

    Mr_Pink Regular member

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    ^^ I totally forgot about that with the recent updates Slysoft gave.

    Whatever is default, for the AI Scanner, is what I tried it on.
     
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    Friends, here it comes


    http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/629028
     
  10. Rotary

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    probably got someting to do with the * placed in, instead of consecutive numbers...
     
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  11. Mr_Pink

    Mr_Pink Regular member

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    That's awesome! lol I feel privileged to have stumbled onto that first lol.

    For the record, again, once you blank the duplicates, it should be fine. I would imagine, however, that when a commercial DVD is released with this encryption (remember, I have a screener copy), it'll be much harder to navigate and/or blank the faux title sets.
     
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    rots ponders which scr hmmm...
     
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    Mr. P

    So what's the name of this phantom movie?????
     
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    dont keep us in suspenders lar...
     
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    Must be reservation road which doesn't come out in states till 4-08-08

    Edit: anyway anydvd has already fixed RR with 6404.
     
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    Interesting, as it is a Focus Films- Universal release, not normally a difficult studio to back up.
     
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    @iluvendo

    Funny thing tho AnyDVD has fixed it before it's out in the states. LMAO
    Another encryption bites the dust. And I got all excited by wanting to try it and never heard of the movie.
     
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    The new update for anydvd does not work for reservation road...been trying for 2 days now and still no luck....any suggestions????
     
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    have you tried fixvts and vobblanker after rip
     
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    @REmme74

    Could have sworn 6404 addressed RR but supposedly this beta does

    http://sandbox.slysoft.com/beta/SetupAnyDVD6406.exe

    Edit: here's change log for 6404: I knew I had read that! But missed untested part! All the fun will be over when US gets it. LMAO

    AnyDVD History

    6.4.0.4 2008 03 27
    - New (Blu-ray): Added support for new version of BD+ as found on
    "Hitman", Region A, US
    - New (DVD): Added support for a new type of structural protection as
    found on "Reservation Road", R1, US (untested, awaiting feedback)
    - New (DVD): Added support for a new type of structural protection as
    found on "Der Perfekte Sex", R2, Germany
    - New (DVD): AnyDVD ripper can now be started multiple times
    - New: Settings can be changed while rip is in progress.
    Setting changes will be ignored for drives currently ripping.
    - New (Setup): AnyDVD can now be installed without a reboot (2000/XP/Vista)
    - Fix (Blu-ray): Small visible glitches (1-2 frames per movie) on BD+
    protected discs
    - Fix (DVD): AnyDVD ripper didn't handle some discs properly under Vista
    - Some minor fixes and improvements
    - Updated languages

     
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