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Bluray Ripping
« on: May 01, 2011, 09:09:08 pm »
Gentlemen (and/or Ladies) ;D

I got myself a BD-ROM (its a samsung) that I got RPC-1 firmware from RPC1.org (I am assuming it is RPC-1 firmware).   When I install a bluray disk, the 'do you wish to rip' message appears and I acknowledge with yes.   Immediately the rip fails (even a regular DVD will fail after about 15 to 20 percent).   

There is little information on LMCE Bluray ripping... is there any extra software I need to load?   if so, what?

I am not even sure where disc ripping is logged to..  the disk device (51)  is here

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== ATTEMPT FRESH START ==
1       05/01/11 14:02:56       /usr/pluto/bin/Spawn_Device.sh 51 (spawning-device)     13905 Dev: 51; Already Running list: 34,35,37,36,66,
== FRESH START ==
1       05/01/11 14:02:56       /usr/pluto/bin/Spawn_Device.sh 51 (spawning-device)     device: 51 ip: dcerouter cmd_line: Disk_Drive
0       05/01/11 14:02:56       51 (spawning-device)    Entering 51
========== NEW LOG SECTION ==========
1       05/01/11 14:02:57       51 (spawning-device)    Starting... 1
1       05/01/11 14:02:57       51 (spawning-device)    Found /usr/pluto/bin/Disk_Drive
01      05/01/11 14:03:02.776           FindFirstRelatedDeviceOfCategory 115 dev 52 never registered <0xb76b76c0>                                                                           
05      05/01/11 14:03:02.776           Disk_Drive_Functions::Disk_Drive_Functions warning m_pDevice_MediaIdentifier 52 isn't registered <0xb76b76c0>                                       
sambahelper@moon33:/var/log/pluto$ tail -f 51_Disk_Drive.log
== ATTEMPT FRESH START ==
1       05/01/11 14:02:56       /usr/pluto/bin/Spawn_Device.sh 51 (spawning-device)     13905 Dev: 51; Already Running list: 34,35,37,36,66,
== FRESH START ==
1       05/01/11 14:02:56       /usr/pluto/bin/Spawn_Device.sh 51 (spawning-device)     device: 51 ip: dcerouter cmd_line: Disk_Drive
0       05/01/11 14:02:56       51 (spawning-device)    Entering 51
========== NEW LOG SECTION ==========
1       05/01/11 14:02:57       51 (spawning-device)    Starting... 1
1       05/01/11 14:02:57       51 (spawning-device)    Found /usr/pluto/bin/Disk_Drive
01      05/01/11 14:03:02.776           FindFirstRelatedDeviceOfCategory 115 dev 52 never registered <0xb76b76c0>                                                                           
05      05/01/11 14:03:02.776           Disk_Drive_Functions::Disk_Drive_Functions warning m_pDevice_MediaIdentifier 52 isn't registered <0xb76b76c0>                                       
01      05/01/11 14:05:01.389           Disk_Drive::CMD_Eject_Disk  tLastEject 1304276701 (1304276701) tray open: 1 <0xb6634b90>                                                           
05      05/01/11 14:05:25.024           Disc of type 0 was detected <0xb76b76c0>
05      05/01/11 14:05:25.024           Not firing the event <0xb76b76c0>
01      05/01/11 14:05:45.653           Disk_Drive::CMD_Eject_Disk  tLastEject 1304276745 (1304276745) tray open: 1 <0xb6634b90>                                                           
05      05/01/11 14:06:10.239           Disc of type 28 was detected <0xb76b76c0>
05      05/01/11 14:06:10.239           One Media Inserted event fired (/dev/scd0) m_discid: 1304276770 <0xb76b76c0>                                                                       
05      05/01/11 14:06:14.950           Translated directory '/home/public/data/___audio___or___video___/WDC_WD15EARS-00Z (sdc1) on dce [32]' => '/home/public/data/___audio___or___video___/WDC_WD15EARS-00Z (sdc1) on dce [32]' <0xb6634b90>                                           
05      05/01/11 14:06:15.090           RipTask::UpdateProgress id 0 m_eTaskStatus_get 1 status e message  file /home/public/data/videos/WDC_WD15EARS-00Z (sdc1) on dce [32]/Unknown disk () <0xb6634b90>


but not sure what some of it means.

Can anyone give me some direction?

Thanks in advance,
Dennis

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Re: Bluray Ripping
« Reply #1 on: May 01, 2011, 09:46:00 pm »
Unfortunately, the blu-ray ripping is done with DumpHD, which does not work with most blu-ray discs.

This will not be rectified, as this is a circumvention of DRM under the DMCA.

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Re: Bluray Ripping
« Reply #2 on: May 01, 2011, 09:48:17 pm »
Thanks Thom.   Will ripping from MakeMKV (then transfer over the largest title) work as a solution?  I may just have to try!

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Re: Bluray Ripping
« Reply #3 on: May 01, 2011, 11:01:04 pm »
I had a quick look into ripping bluray a while ago and you could use something like a combination of the dumphd and there may have been a program called clownbd as well. The only thing was they weren't all that effective. Things may have improved since then but you'll have to google it.

The only program that I found that worked is Any DVD HD, a paid software that only runs in windows. I have mine running (not part of LMCE) inside a windows VM.

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Re: Bluray Ripping
« Reply #4 on: May 01, 2011, 11:16:14 pm »
Guys, we can't talk about that here. Seriously.

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Re: Bluray Ripping
« Reply #5 on: May 02, 2011, 01:33:39 am »
 :-X    seals lips on this subject!!!

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Re: Bluray Ripping
« Reply #6 on: May 02, 2011, 08:01:35 am »
Maybe someone has experience ripping homemade blu-ray disks. Like weddings, filmed using Canon 5D-Mk II, and later on mastered onto Blu-Ray Disc.

Those kinds of disks probably can be transferred using MakeMKV. It is up to the interested user to come up with changes to our rip disk scripts.

But again, as Thom already pointed out, we can not tolerate discussion about circumventing DRM.

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Re: Bluray Ripping
« Reply #7 on: May 03, 2011, 09:43:35 am »
Maybe someone has experience ripping homemade blu-ray disks. Like weddings, filmed using Canon 5D-Mk II, and later on mastered onto Blu-Ray Disc.

Those kinds of disks probably can be transferred using MakeMKV. It is up to the interested user to come up with changes to our rip disk scripts.

But again, as Thom already pointed out, we can not tolerate discussion about circumventing DRM.

I use MakeMKV to make duplicate homemade BluRay discs and it works very well for that purpose.

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Re: Bluray Ripping
« Reply #8 on: August 24, 2011, 09:48:53 pm »
Here are the regular Linux ways of doing it at present: http://themediaviking.com/2010/bluray-linux/

The Bluray format is encumbered by an encryption key which is supposed to be secret. It has been leaked, changed, leaked and changed again. This means that you cannot expect Bluray-playing software that works now to work in the future.

Remember to vote with your wallet! We don't want DRM since it actually prohibits what is considered legal action (e.g. making private backups on disk or discs) in most European countries. When someone talks to you about Digital Rights Management, beware that they mean Digital Restrictions Management.
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Re: Bluray Ripping
« Reply #9 on: August 25, 2011, 08:01:25 am »
Do you have an alternative to Blu-Ray Disc based content for those who like hires video content? One without DRM?

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« Reply #10 on: August 26, 2011, 01:12:14 am »
Do you have an alternative to Blu-Ray Disc based content for those who like hires video content? One without DRM?
Wish I had. Not sure if that was tongue-in-cheek or not, but the answer is of course and unfortunately no. At the moment, and except for hi-def videos transferred over the Internet from freedom loving souls, I cannot access hi-def content on media without DRM. That doesn't mean the manufacturers should get away with restricting our use of media we already payed for. DRM is not a part of the content in any way, it is added later, as the media corporations' way of to taking the job of judge, jury and police. It is not democratic and it only hurts the movie industry.

Case in point: Right now it's easier to pirate than to watch your own discs.. With regards to voting with your wallet; if you find out that some manufacturer makes Bluray discs with the old (and now distributed) keys then buy from them, for example. But this is a political issue, and not to the point of the OP.

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Re: Bluray Ripping
« Reply #11 on: August 26, 2011, 08:34:02 am »
Of course it was tongue-in-cheek ;)

It is sooo easy to say, don't buy DRM crippled stuff. Unfortunately, there are people who spend a good amount of money to have good quality playback equipment, and who want to enjoy that equipment to the fullest. No way around Blu-Rays. Will torrenting make the studios rethink DRM? I doubt it, as, contrary to what happened with audio, the file sizes exploded compared to the bandwidth available. Where it took, even on a meagure 28k analog modem an hour to transfer an album (iirc, could do the math, but don't want to), torrenting or other illegal download methods take multiple hours, if not days, to get things. My 0.02EUR.

But it is beside the point. Blu-Ray playback is not here at the moment. Blu-Ray ripping can be accomplished using MakeMKV. ripDiskWrapper.sh is a shell script which people can look at and amend to work with MakeMKV in case the makemkv binaries are available someplace on the system. Done.

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« Reply #12 on: August 26, 2011, 03:41:31 pm »
1) Blockbuster has closed the majority of its stores due to the business going south.

2) I went to the local rental store and they didn't have the movie I was looking for. THEY DIDN'T HAVE IT! REALLY? WHY CAN'T THEY HAVE AN EXTENSIVE MOVIE LIBRARY ON A HARD DRIVE AND PRINT ME A TIME-LIMITED DISC AT THE STORE? THE PRINTING COST WOULD BE NEXT TO NILL! I'M SURE SOME INNOVATIVE PAPER-PUSHERS COULD WORK OUT A LICENSING AGREEMENT WITH THE RIGHTS-HOLDERS!

I went home empty-handed, and I'm sure you can guess where I eventually got the movie.

F*ck bluray. If they can't have the damn media available what's the fricking point? I really tried to support the movie industry here, but they're just making it too difficult.

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Re: Bluray Ripping
« Reply #13 on: August 27, 2011, 12:09:57 am »
Only thing is that a blu-ray video is quite nice compared to DVD.

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« Reply #14 on: August 28, 2011, 01:34:47 pm »
WHY CAN'T THEY HAVE AN EXTENSIVE MOVIE LIBRARY ON A HARD DRIVE AND PRINT ME A TIME-LIMITED DISC AT THE STORE?

That will likely be Redbox's next big move, with the mass-market adoptation of usb 3.0.  Except instead of a time-limited disc, it'll be a time-limited usb flash drive.  The alleged transfer time for a 50GB movie is supposed to be  ~90 sec.
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