Hello Kerry56, I initially followed your guide a while back to set this up, thanks for putting it up and replying.
I use Anydvd HD to decrypt and rip .iso files, store those on my backup HDD. I then mount the .iso still on my computer with virtualClone Drive 18.104.22.168. I have the latest version of anydvd, and I have re-ripped the BD several times to ensure that it wasn’t a bad rip. When I mount the .iso, I watch with MPC-HC (x86), MPC-BE-x64, VLC and the scrambled versions do not exist on the .iso file.
But I just checked the .iso with VLC, as I normally stick to the MPC HC, and when I skip to different areas, it takes a few seconds for the video rendering to catch up, and the screen looks for a second like the scrambled video in the reencoded version. So thats interesting, and maybe my system is sleeping, but my processor is more than capable enough, maybe this could be a Haali splitter issue?
I have used different settings to back it up. But generally I’m shrinking it to 720, I’ll post my log file.
I’ve used handbrake, vidcoder and ripbot previously, but I like the simplicity of BD-RB, and most of my re-encodes have turned out really well, which is the reason I kept on using BD-RB.