New DeUHD 1.0.0.5 introduces increased ripping speed - Arusoft to sell hardware bundle


#1

Originally published at: https://www.myce.com/news/new-deuhd-1-0-0-5-introduces-increased-ripping-speed-arusoft-sell-hardware-bundle-82915/

Arusoft today released a new version of its DeUHD Ultra HD Blu-ray ripping software that introduces the last week announced ‘amazing’ speed improvement. First reports indicate the company succeeded in increasing ripping speed more than 3 times. The company also told us it plans to sell bundles of Ultra HD Blu-ray drives with its software.


#2

FYI, I’m ripping “The Neon Demon” right now. (While I never got a reply to my email, I guess Arusoft heard my plea and analyzed my files. Thanks!) Currently at 8MB/s and steadily increasing. I don’t doubt that it could hit 14MB/s, as another user said elsewhere, or even higher numbers. This seems normal considering how other ripping software works when at full speed. It’s a pretty penny, yes, but knowing that unsupported discs do have a shot at support makes me glad I shelled out for the software.

EDIT: So, my LG WH16NS60 topped out at 7 MB/s for “The Neon Demon” after all. I don’t know if the relatively low speed is due to the drive (which has had trouble reading a couple of discs I’ve thrown at it), or the software, or the USB enclosure (doubtful, since it’s USB 3.0, but who knows), or something else. Oh well.


#3

Would you be willing to share the Region, UPC, and SHA1 for the key? I would like to update the list with the information confirming it. Plus, I want to pickup a copy for myself and need to know where to buy it from. It is unfortunately not available in the US.

Edit: Looks to be German (Koch) release. How is the picture quality? Should be pretty fantastic since it is supposedly a 4K DI transfer. Figure I would ask before importing it and being disappointed.

Edit: No HDR. That’s a bummer.


#4

Just posted over on the supported disc list. Am still in the process of ripping but it’s almost done. I’ll edit this post in a bit once I get a chance to poke around.

As for purchasing, I got it from Amazon Germany. Search for “The Neon Demon (4K Ultra-HD)” and it should come up. You can go through blu-ray.com too. The final price should be ~US$30 after shipping.

EDIT: Skimmed the disc after the rip. I’m a bit reluctant to say definitively how it looks. My 4K display isn’t calibrated yet and is a bit too bright. On my Macbook Pro, it looks really nice. I can’t easily A/B my Blu rip (included with the 4K disc, so it’s almost apples-to-apples) but this is definitely something I’d show to friends on my 4K set once the display’s calibrated. Too bad the audio is still only 16-bit, though. No reason why it couldn’t be 24-bit. Oh well.


#5

Yeah, I found it. Thanks philwashere. I am sort of on the fence about it now that I know it doesn’t have HDR. Not sure if the resolution is enough of an upgrade over the standard Blu.


#6

Still limited to two discs a day for no reason? I’m following this development and optimistic for enhancing my legally bought and populated HTPC. But two disc limitation is a killer. I do batches on weekends after buying a bunch on sale.


#7

My suspicion is that Arusoft is doing some sort of brute force cracking on their end that limits them to adding ~2 discs/day. It’s in their best interests to add as many discs as they can! I can’t imagine the limit being intentional.


#8

I think you’re misunderstanding the two disc limit. Arusoft doesn’t add 2 supported discs per day. They add support for an unknown number of discs (seems to be ~10-12) every Monday. The 2 per day limit we’re talking about is that any single user of DeUHD is only allowed to process 2 discs (from the list that are already supported) per day. Once those discs are processed, the next day you could process 2 new discs, but also still have access to the previous day’s discs (because all the data is cached on disc already).


#9

Aaah. I didn’t know that. Weird. Oh well. Thanks for correcting me. :slight_smile:


#10

Okay you guys. Using Fabs new UHD Ripper, I took the Passengers .iso and converted it into a 2.1GB file in less than 9 mins. Fabulous quality.


#11

_ am using this LG , LG WH16NS60(internal, recommended) and it works a charm, on an old 3960X chipset with an Asus Sabertooth motherboard and 32gb of DDR3 RAM.


#12

Why would you want to re-compress the data? Does it retain the HDR information? I understand the space savings aspect, but if you are getting 4K into a 2.1GB container than you are sacrificing a LOT of quality.


#13

Strange as it may seem, it looks pretty good on my 34" monitor using PowerDVDUltra 17.


#14

I’m with you @Balthazar2k4. If you’re just gonna massively recompress it, why are you even bothering with UHD discs in the first place?


#15

I’m confused. You used MKV Passthrough as evident from your screenshot. How did you wind up with a 2.1 GB file? AFAIK MKV Passthrough should just spit out the original quality (ie like MakeMKV) in a Matroska container. Shouldn’t it?


#16

Ripping speed on a MSI Apache Pro GE70 2PE laptop,connected to a LG BH16NS55 in an external DeLock usb3 enclosure…with DeUHD 1.0.0.7…


#17

1.0.0.8 is out

https://www.deuhd.ru/download/DeUHD1008.exe

Still no update on new discs though