Unable to rip Definitely, Maybe movie using lastest version

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#1

unable to rip the movie yesterday. Need a long time reading the disc, after that prompted need to reastart as dvdfab need to use “Path…” to read it again.

after restart it prompted error in reading the disc.

Maybe this is a lastest CSS protection.

Any advise from here


#2

I had no problem burning this dvd region 1 custum mode with DVDFAB plat. 5035


#3

dvdfab can properly decrypt this disc.

with no dvd in the drive, please manually adjust your pathplayer setting to always enabled
http://www.dvdfab.com/docs/index.php/Main/SettingsPathPlayer

if you still have problem please post the info screen
http://www.dvdfab.com/docs/index.php/Main/SettingsInfo


#4

[quote=troy512;2091614]dvdfab can properly decrypt this disc.

with no dvd in the drive, please manually adjust your pathplayer setting to always enabled
http://www.dvdfab.com/docs/index.php/Main/SettingsPathPlayer

if you still have problem please post the info screen
http://www.dvdfab.com/docs/index.php/Main/SettingsInfo[/quote]

Hi Still have error reading. here is the log file

info for drive [E:] (DVDFab Platinum 5.0.5.5)
Drive region: 3
Disc type: Video DVD
Disc region: 2, 3, 4
Volume name: DEFINITELY_MAYBE
Video standard: NTSC
Layer 0 size: 1917424 sectors (3744 MBytes)
Layer 1 size: 1917424 sectors (3744 MBytes)
CSS (Content Scramble System) protection is removed!
RC (Region Code) protection is removed!
RCE (Region Code Enhancement) protection is not found.
APS (Analog Protection System) protection is not found.
UOPs (User Operation Prohobitions) protection is removed!
Invalid PTTs protection is not found.
Invalid PGCIs protection is not found.
Invalid PGCs protection is not found.
Invalid TMAPs protection is not found.
Invalid CELLs protection is removed!
Invalid VOBUs protection is removed!
Fake vts protection is not found!
Bad sector protection is not found!
Structure protection (ARccOS, RipGuard, etc.) is not found.
PathPlayer is enabled!
Unplayable cell is not found.


#5

Since your dealing with a R3 disc, it’s difficult to say…
Derm and I had no problems, but we are R1.

Maybe a bad disc.?
Any scratches, smudges, etc.?.. try cleaning it with some isopropyl alcohol, etc.?
Try to read it in another ODD
Perhaps a bad press, any chance you can exchange it?

If no luck with the above, I’d send to .IFO files to Fengtao and have him check it…maybe copy protection related to R3.
He certainly can give you a more definitve answer.

Good luck


#6

I also had zero problem with R1.

Agree with Maineman, could be a possible bad press.


#7

[quote=maineman;2091842]Since your dealing with a R3 disc, it’s difficult to say…
Derm and I had no problems, but we are R1.

Maybe a bad disc.?
Any scratches, smudges, etc.?.. try cleaning it with some isopropyl alcohol, etc.?
Try to read it in another ODD
Perhaps a bad press, any chance you can exchange it?

If no luck with the above, I’d send to .IFO files to Fengtao and have him check it…maybe copy protection related to R3.
He certainly can give you a more definitve answer.

Good luck[/quote]

Thanks for all the advice. Anyway i dont intend to exchange as i have no time for that. Also i have finished watching it.
This is the first time i seeing this problem and it is not common. I will leave it as it this.