[QUOTE=Kerry56;2568439]Since these are backups and not encrypted, did you try to open the disk with ClownBD directly? Do you get the same error?
Yes, same error.
It seems degradation bring corrupted frames… In this case the only way to be sure BD-R is good is to try demuxing it using eac3to… If this is true than it’s really a pain in the ass…
Have you tried making an ISO of the disk using ImgBurn? Once it is complete and on the hard drive, mount it in Slysoft’s VirtualClone Drive and see if it plays back correctly. Or once mounted, see if ClownBD has the same complaints.
I will try that, but like I said I did a verify using imgburn and read speed at some point decreased to 0.3Mbit/s.
I use Verbatim BD-R disks, but I don’t use the LTH variety. I’ve had no failures thus far. [/QUOTE]
I’m in Europe and LTH cost about half than not LTH…
Have to say the degradation appear after some months. And this is really sad…