Vob passthrough output is corrupted on ARccOS DVD

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#1

Three Stooges Collection Volume 3 - Disc 1 (Region 1). It has ARccOS protection on it.

DVDFab’s vob passthrough output for Title 19 contained in VTS 18 is being corrupted:

Title 19 (chapter 1-1)

  1. DVDFab vob: 563,658,752 bytes
    sha1 checksum: 249ef9e7fef0d6c3304beedbde18e05b10bbb73a

  2. VobBlanker+AnyDVD vob: 563,658,752 bytes
    sha1 checksum: 16839b8577b9e515e8736ea951e5cec2b7a0f91e

16839b8577b9e515e8736ea951e5cec2b7a0f91e is the correct checksum

Title 19 (chapter 1-2)

  1. DVDFab vob: 564,041,728 bytes
    sha1 checksum: 69f51fcc5b395269c6c59d1ff5a5905de0ec199a

  2. VobBlanker+AnyDVD vob: 564,041,728 bytes bytes
    sha1 checksum: 28b3d971c7bdb8851a03be88f0e46267874c3e9b

28b3d971c7bdb8851a03be88f0e46267874c3e9b is the correct checksum

Also, if you try to demux the DVDFab vob with eac3to, it gives the following errors:
[v01] This EVO/VOB file contains authoring faults. Will try to work around that. (2045)
[v01] This doesn’t seem to be a valid EVO/VOB file.
[a02] This doesn’t seem to be a valid EVO/VOB file.
Aborted at file position 340836352.

Something is definitely wrong with the output of this vob. It would seem it is being corrupted at the 340836352 byte mark.

The DVDFab vob passthrough output for all of the other titles on this DVD (Titles 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 12, 16, 17, 18, 20, 21, 22) is 100% correct. It’s just Title 19 that is being corrupted.

IFO files from “Save IFO Files” button
http://rapidshare.com/files/155404991/ifo.rar.html

Thanks.


#2

Use the Send IFO button if you haven’t. It will send much more than just the IFOs to Fengtao. I don’t have WinRAR anymore, so I can’t read the IFOs. :frowning:


#3

Hi moist888,

Thanks for your report, I will check it asap.

Best Regards,
Fengtao


#4

Hi moist888,

What’s your “Reading Error Control” in “DVD -> Read” settings?

The title 19 doesn’t contain any special protection, so I think it should be a media reading problem. If you set “ignore reading error automatically”, DVDFab will fill empty data for sectors which cannot be read.

Best Regards,
Fengtao


#5

[QUOTE=fengtao;2144842]Hi moist888,

What’s your “Reading Error Control” in “DVD -> Read” settings?

The title 19 doesn’t contain any special protection, so I think it should be a media reading problem. If you set “ignore reading error automatically”, DVDFab will fill empty data for sectors which cannot be read.

Best Regards,
Fengtao[/QUOTE]

When its set to fill automatically, what takes place as far as the movie is concerned? Iv’e had a reading error pop up on me before as well. Will the movie play, but have a hiccup, or a frame missing etc?


#6

Hi load97,

You will see some frames missing, and dvd player will re-sync and continue to playback.

Best Regards,
Fengtao