As stated, 184.108.40.206, thought about trying the .6 beta but not sure I want to take that leap in the middle of a problem right now. What do you think?
[QUOTE=signals;2294579]In addition to the good suggestions you’ve already had, try:
Select DVD-9 output size (no compression)
DVD to Mobile->Generic->VOB passthrough
to see if any of those methods will read and process the disc correctly.[/QUOTE]
Will give that a shot, thank you.
[QUOTE=OCanada;2294585]That’s only one of a couple of ‘stock’ answers I give to what to us here, the “Help Squad”, can’t possibly determine - the source of a technical problem with the disc.
None of us have the thousands of dollars of equipment necessary to do proper tests on your disc and give you a definitive answer, and you would probably find it awkward to part with the disc for who-knows-how-long, while we tried to find an answer…
So it’s either a stock answer (would ‘defective disc’ have sounded any better to you?), or try another disc, and we’ll still never know what was wrong with the first if that works, or let Fengtao play with the IFO files, and at least determine it’s not a copy protection issue.
We may end up in the same spot (replace the iffy disc), and you and I may be no wiser in the end, but we have to start somewhere…
Ok, meant no offense so I am not sure where the harsh sermon is coming from as I didn’t ask anyone to verify hardware, buy thousands of dollars in equipment and there is no stock answer I prefer other than one that is based on some knowledge or experience applicable to my problem.
This is a support forum, hence why its ok for me to post my problem and hope that someone else has run into it, knows how to fix or has found a way or possibly shed light on a bug that the developer might appreciate hearing about to fix it. As a programmer of 20 years and someone who has provided extensive support, I have found stock answers to be the least useful unless they pertain to the problem expressed. Stock answer for a step by step solution is one thing, just throwing out everything that can be wrong is just not helpful.
That being said, my stock response to you was logically based and an assumption more likely to hold true that if a disc has been released with a certain encryption for a while now, would most likely have been already encountered and defeated and not the issue. If you recall, I still didn’t say you were wrong, I simply said what I thougth.