Sluggish m2ts replay when ripping bluray (LG GGW-H20L)

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#1

[qanda]This thread is about the LG GGW-H20L. Click here to see full specs[/qanda]I am having a problem when ripping Blu-ray files to hard drive using Anydvd HD. I go through the motions and run the program until complete. Then when trying to play the m2ts file from the hard drive, video playback (using PowerDVD BD edition) is still sluggish while audio is perfect.

I tried using TsRemux and that did not work on fixing the playback of the video. Please I need help or suggestions on where I might be going wrong with settings or what I can do to fix this problem.

Any suggestions will help, Thanks


#2

Please let us know your system specs (motherboard, video card, monitor etc).


#3

motherboard - Msi K9-A2 Platinum, spyder platform
Video Card - Sapphire HD 3870
Monitor - Samsung 40" LCD
CPU - AMD athlon 5000+
BD Drive - GBW-H20L
Vista 32 home edition
2 gigs ram

Just put together system last week to be home entertainment computer.
It ripped Casino Royal fine to hard drive but now anydvd doesnt seem to be reading m2ts files correctly.


#4

Sluggish playback can be due to several factors so lets try to troubleshoot it one by one.

Did you try playback the movie from the disk?
What is your CPU usage when playing back the blu-ray (from disc and harddrive)?
Did you install the latest drivers (ATI for video, BIOS, windows update etc)?


#5

Yes the playback is perfect with movie when viewing from disk.
The cpu usage on playback from disk is core 1 15-25%,core 2 15-25%
playback from hard drive is core 1 5-10% core 2 5-10%

I have all the drivers up to date, (GBW-H20L,ATI,Player) ran cyberlink bd advisor and all green

Core 1 is running arount 25%-50% when anydvd is running
Prossesing around 10-15 MB/s
It is the trial version, should that matter?

All that is slow is the video playback, it just looks like the frame rate is really lagging.


#6

would enabling speed control to low help?


#7

[QUOTE=coolkid3;2108675][qanda]This thread is about the LG GGW-H20L. Click here to see full specs[/qanda]I am having a problem when ripping Blu-ray files to hard drive using Anydvd HD. I go through the motions and run the program until complete. Then when trying to play the m2ts file from the hard drive, video playback (using PowerDVD BD edition) is still sluggish while audio is perfect.

I tried using TsRemux and that did not work on fixing the playback of the video. Please I need help or suggestions on where I might be going wrong with settings or what I can do to fix this problem.

Any suggestions will help, Thanks[/QUOTE]

Coolkid3,

Did you ever resolve this?

I have the exact same problem. My Blu-Ray movies work perfectly form my internal player but the picture is really quite bad and juddery from the HDD after I’ve used Anydvd HD to ripp them, the sound is fine tho… very annoying…

Thanks.

Z


#8

Also having the same problem here also, anyone find a solution ??


#9

Just tried ripping 300 with same problem, when played back it choppy wierd only a few so far have been like this 300, the last samurai, batman begins other blueray movies like seven, blackhawkdown, nightmare before christmas played back fine. Cant figure out why only certain bluerays play back choppy when ripped


#10

I just burned home video, using vegas 9, to h.264 AVC and then immediately placed it back into the LG burner and it said the disc was blank. I physically looked at the disc and see the burn in on the disc. What gives. Perhaps your problem is compatibility. I don’t see how, just that it could be. Maybe the ripper some how changes the format to something less recognizable. Then again that could be ridiculous.


#11

[quote=cds36;2253865]Just tried ripping 300 with same problem, when played back it choppy wierd only a few so far have been like this 300, the last samurai, batman begins other blueray movies like seven, blackhawkdown, nightmare before christmas played back fine. Cant figure out why only certain bluerays play back choppy when ripped[/quote]300 use VC-1 codec while the others probably using the less CPU intensive MPEG2 codecs. Maybe your CPU and other hardware is on the edge for minimum specs?


#12

I just came back from a set of circumstances in where I learned something very new, which might be old news to you all. Format can be a killer in some situations. Perhaps your experiencing a similar type of problem, only instead of a format issue it’s fps, or scan lines, progressive vs. interlace. Anyways, have you looked at the may different ways one can record the video, there’s AVC, AVI, MPEG 1-7, MPEG4/AVC, MPEG2/AVC. Perhaps your default settings are out of whack with your particular equipment. I went though 9 bd-r’s before I got the combination correct.


#13

It happens when i ripp to my HD. What im doing is simply ripping the movie to HD then just playing back the movie “.mts” with wd media player. last night pitch black ripped perfect, where as casio was very choppy. Really wierd


#14

An Athlon 5000+ is not nearly enough CPU power to play back a 1080p H.264 (AVC) Blu-ray quality video. I don’t know if it’s actually CPU or if it’s memory bandwidth, but you’re going to need some newer gear.

Yeah, I know the video card is supposed to offload the work, but it doesn’t seem to work.

My Athlon 4200+ X2 showed similar problems, only worse.


#15

Humm I have a
Vista Ultimate 64bit
Asus PQE deluxe motherboard
Intel Q6700 Quad Core over clocked to 3.4ghz
8gb ram
Lg bd - bh08ls20
Ati Radeon HD 4830 512mb

I use slysoft Anydvd version 6.5.3.3 to rip my bluerays


#16

[quote=cds36;2258987]It happens when i ripp to my HD. What im doing is simply ripping the movie to HD then just playing back the movie “.mts” with [B]wd media player[/B]. last night pitch black ripped perfect, where as casio was very choppy. Really wierd[/quote]How is it when you try playback using your PC? I’d say it’s your WD Media Player problem?


#17

[QUOTE=zaina;2260402]How is it when you try playback using your PC? I’d say it’s your WD Media Player problem?[/QUOTE]

thats where i notice the problem. Hasnt even got to the wd media player.


#18

Your explanations are a bit confusing. Choppy video when playing on PC or WD?

What software do you use to playback in your PC?


#19

choppy when played on PC

use cyberlink power dvd bd edition 7.3 for playback also same problem with VLC Media player. Leads me to think its something when I rip it to HD with certain blueray dvd’s


#20

It is possible, you can try re-rip using the latest AnyDVD HD and see how it goes. Also your PowerDVD 7.3 is pretty old, but did you try playing the folder (BDMV)?