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Re: Blu-Ray player problem
« Reply #30 on: February 12, 2008, 02:02:51 am »


Why do you want to transcode a blu ray? Any kind of transcoding (that saves space) will reduce picture quality. Isn't one of the reasons to buy Blu Ray or HD-DVD to have the best picture quality available? With disk space getting so cheap these days (about 24€ct a Gig), I don't see a need to sacrifice picture quality at all.

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Well, watching a DVD on  a (fairly) large screen really shows differences between a DVD rip on a regular single layer DVD disk, and the original. I want the best possible picture quality while watching a movie in my home theater. Watching on a regular TV set does not show much difference, but once to you go into larger sized screens you see a difference. And it annoys the hell out of me.

So, by going down from 3-8GB of data to a 4GB movie, I save about 1€. I am willing to pay this price to get the best quality possible.

YMMV.

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When you have a few hundred movies like I do, and you want to put them all on disk, you are willing to give up a little quality in order to save a lot of space.  Going from mpeg2/ac3 vob files to H.264/aac mp4 files gives me about a 5 to 1 compression at my current settings.  The difference in visual quality on my crappy ancient 43" rear projection 480p HDTV is close to zero, although if I had a better TV I'm sure I'd notice and may even be unhappy.  I have a 500G drive and with my previous settings as well as some straight vob rips I ran out of room.  After the unconverted movies started to stack up I started reconverting to this new setting (it was divx/ac3 copies/avi).  As I mentioned, I'm spoiled with having a library of movies I can grab a remote and flip through and just kick off a movie instead of hunting for the movie I want to watch or flipping through a book of DVDs trying to decide what I'm in the mood for.

Blu-ray will be a much bigger challenge, it's already in H.264 so I will not be converting to a much more efficient codec.  I will also be transcoding with a new 60"+ flat panel HDTV in mind.  However, at 30G per movie, I'd be looking at just over 30 movies per TB of storage, and that just doesn't work out very well.  Correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe BR movies are at roughly 25Mbit/s, and OTA/Cable are commonly between 10Mbit/s and 15Mbit/s.  There are a lot of movies where perfect video isn't that important and something like 10Mbit/s would be just fine for.  Other movies where video is more important could be dropped down to the 15Mbit/s range, still as good as HD cable/OTA but less space.  Until I get a 1080p hdtv and start testing I won't know for sure, but I envision being able to drop the total space to around 15G per movie, have much better quality than current non-transcoded DVD movies, and be satisfied with the results.

Movies that are not in Myth (soon to be linuxMCE) stack up on my desk waiting to be ripped, they just don't get watched.  In the end, the ability to transcode BR movies is a requirement for me making the switch from DVDs.  It's really too bad the big companies don't get this.  If it were not for all the protections they waste tons of money on that will soon be useless I'd have already bought a BR drive and be buying BR movies.

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Re: Blu-Ray player problem
« Reply #31 on: February 13, 2008, 07:23:29 pm »
So I have finally fixed the scripts so that it rips the BluRay disc. Hooray

I now have a directory with about 20-30mb depending on the movie.


Now the easy part- Watching them right???



Wrong they don't play when selecting them from the video list. :'(
the files are in m2ts format.

I thought linuxmce was suppose to support blu-ray

Mplayer just starts and I get a black screen the time progress indicator stays at 00:00

Thoughts anyone???  what logs to check etc.

Boy this is frustrating when I thought I could pop in a Bluray-drive and just use it.

Am I the only one with a BD drive.           Bleeding edge again.............................




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Re: Blu-Ray player problem
« Reply #32 on: February 13, 2008, 08:44:34 pm »
Here is the mplayer.log
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05 02/13/08 9:23:59.776 MPlayer_Player::Log I'm a child <0x41001950>
05 02/13/08 9:23:59.777 MPlayer_Player::Log I'm a parent <0x41001950>
05 02/13/08 9:23:59.787 MPlayer_Player::Log Starting mplayer <0x41001950>
05 02/13/08 9:23:59.787 MPlayer_Player::Log [EngineOutputReader] EngineOutputReader - started <0x42003950>
05 02/13/08 9:24:01.826 MPlayer_Player::Log [EngineOutputReader] Analyzing line: |MPlayer dev-SVN-r19403-4.1.3 (C) 2000-2007 MPlayer Team| <0x42003950>
05 02/13/08 9:24:01.826 MPlayer_Player::Log [EngineOutputReader] Analyzing line: |CPU: AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 4200+ (Family: 15, Model: 107, Stepping: 1)| <0x42003950>
05 02/13/08 9:24:01.826 MPlayer_Player::Log [EngineOutputReader] Analyzing line: |CPUflags:  MMX: 1 MMX2: 1 3DNow: 1 3DNow2: 1 SSE: 1 SSE2: 1| <0x42003950>
05 02/13/08 9:24:01.826 MPlayer_Player::Log [EngineOutputReader] Analyzing line: |Compiled for x86 CPU with extensions: MMX MMX2 3DNow 3DNowEx SSE SSE2| <0x42003950>
05 02/13/08 9:24:02.284 MPlayer_Player::Log [EngineOutputReader] Analyzing line: |mplayer: could not connect to socket| <0x42003950>
05 02/13/08 9:24:02.284 MPlayer_Player::Log [EngineOutputReader] Analyzing line: |mplayer: No such file or directory| <0x42003950>
05 02/13/08 9:24:02.284 MPlayer_Player::Log [EngineOutputReader] Analyzing line: |Failed to open LIRC support. You will not be able to use your remote control.| <0x42003950>
05 02/13/08 9:24:02.284 MPlayer_Player::Log [EngineOutputReader] Analyzing line: |Playing /usr/pluto/share/black.mpeg.| <0x42003950>
05 02/13/08 9:24:02.284 MPlayer_Player::Log [EngineOutputReader] Playback preinit for file: /usr/pluto/share/black.mpeg <0x42003950>
05 02/13/08 9:24:02.505 MPlayer_Player::Log [EngineOutputReader] Analyzing line: |AVI file format detected.| <0x42003950>
05 02/13/08 9:24:02.506 MPlayer_Player::Log [EngineOutputReader] Analyzing line: |[aviheader] Video stream found, -vid 0| <0x42003950>
05 02/13/08 9:24:02.506 MPlayer_Player::Log [EngineOutputReader] Analyzing line: |AVI: No audio stream found -> no sound.| <0x42003950>
05 02/13/08 9:24:02.506 MPlayer_Player::Log [EngineOutputReader] Analyzing line: |VIDEO:  [mpg2]  640x480  24bpp  25.000 fps  945.4 kbps (115.4 kbyte/s)| <0x42003950>
05 02/13/08 9:24:02.506 MPlayer_Player::Log [EngineOutputReader] Analyzing line: |Clip info:| <0x42003950>
05 02/13/08 9:24:02.506 MPlayer_Player::Log [EngineOutputReader] Analyzing line: | Software: MEncoder dev-SVN-r24750-4.1.3| <0x42003950>
05 02/13/08 9:24:03.207 MPlayer_Player::Log [EngineOutputReader] Analyzing line: |Opening video filter: [screenshot]| <0x42003950>
05 02/13/08 9:24:03.284 MPlayer_Player::Log [EngineOutputReader] Analyzing line: |==========================================================================| <0x42003950>
05 02/13/08 9:24:03.285 MPlayer_Player::Log [EngineOutputReader] Analyzing line: |Opening video decoder: [libmpeg2] MPEG 1/2 Video decoder libmpeg2-v0.4.0b| <0x42003950>
05 02/13/08 9:24:03.285 MPlayer_Player::Log [EngineOutputReader] Analyzing line: |Selected video codec: [mpeg12] vfm: libmpeg2 (MPEG-1 or 2 (libmpeg2))| <0x42003950>
05 02/13/08 9:24:03.285 MPlayer_Player::Log [EngineOutputReader] Analyzing line: |==========================================================================| <0x42003950>
05 02/13/08 9:24:03.285 MPlayer_Player::Log [EngineOutputReader] Analyzing line: |Audio: no sound| <0x42003950>
05 02/13/08 9:24:03.285 MPlayer_Player::Log [EngineOutputReader] Analyzing line: |Starting playback...| <0x42003950>
05 02/13/08 9:24:03.285 MPlayer_Player::Log [EngineOutputReader] Playback started: /usr/pluto/share/black.mpeg <0x42003950>
05 02/13/08 9:24:03.285 MPlayer_Player::Log [EngineOutputReader] Analyzing line: |VDec: vo config request - 640 x 480 (preferred colorspace: Planar YV12)| <0x42003950>
05 02/13/08 9:24:03.285 MPlayer_Player::Log [EngineOutputReader] Analyzing line: |VDec: using Planar YV12 as output csp (no 0)| <0x42003950>
05 02/13/08 9:24:03.286 MPlayer_Player::Log [EngineOutputReader] Analyzing line: |Movie-Aspect is 1.33:1 - prescaling to correct movie aspect.| <0x42003950>
05 02/13/08 9:24:03.286 MPlayer_Player::Log [EngineOutputReader] Analyzing line: |[swscaler @ 0xdf4e50]| <0x42003950>
05 02/13/08 9:24:03.286 MPlayer_Player::Log [EngineOutputReader] Analyzing line: |No accelerated colorspace conversion found| <0x42003950>
05 02/13/08 9:24:03.286 MPlayer_Player::Log [EngineOutputReader] Analyzing line: |[swscaler @ 0xdf4e50]| <0x42003950>
05 02/13/08 9:24:03.286 MPlayer_Player::Log [EngineOutputReader] Analyzing line: |SwScaler: using unscaled yuv420p -> rgb24 special converter| <0x42003950>
05 02/13/08 9:24:03.286 MPlayer_Player::Log [EngineOutputReader] Analyzing line: |VO: [xv] 640x480 => 640x480 Planar YV12  [fs]| <0x42003950>
05 02/13/08 9:24:03.484 MPlayer_Player::Log [EngineOutputReader] Analyzing line: |Playback finished: /usr/pluto/share/black.mpeg.| <0x42003950>
05 02/13/08 9:24:03.484 MPlayer_Player::Log [EngineOutputReader] Playback finished: /usr/pluto/share/black.mpeg <0x42003950>
05 02/13/08 9:24:03.484 MPlayer_Player::Log [EngineOutputReader] Playlist is empty now <0x42003950>
05 02/13/08 9:24:04.416 MPlayer_Player::Log [EngineOutputReader] Analyzing line: |Loading config '/root/.mplayer/00001.m2ts.conf'| <0x42003950>
05 02/13/08 9:24:04.417 MPlayer_Player::Log [EngineOutputReader] Analyzing line: |Playing /home/public/data/videos/Black hawk down/BDMV/STREAM/00001.m2ts.| <0x42003950>
05 02/13/08 9:24:04.417 MPlayer_Player::Log [EngineOutputReader] Playback preinit for file: /home/public/data/videos/Black hawk down/BDMV/STREAM/00001.m2ts <0x42003950>
05 02/13/08 9:24:04.882 MPlayer_Player::Log Failed to get stream time position <0x43005950>

05 02/13/08 9:24:04.882 MPlayer_Player::Log Failed to get stream time position <0x43005950>


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Re: Blu-Ray player problem
« Reply #33 on: February 13, 2008, 09:42:18 pm »
Here is the mplayer.log
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05 02/13/08 9:24:04.882 MPlayer_Player::Log Failed to get stream time position <0x43005950>

05 02/13/08 9:24:04.882 MPlayer_Player::Log Failed to get stream time position <0x43005950>
somehow i think you have not decrypted the disc.

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Re: Blu-Ray player problem
« Reply #34 on: February 13, 2008, 11:15:42 pm »
Thanks for the reply Hari

that would make sense
But
I am hoping this shows that linuxmce (dumphd .04)  is decrypting it.

Pertinent sections of log:

1.     Prior to mods of scripts the keys would be empty

DiskKey=D935A014BDBD20ED06273E28B62C8CB8
++ cat /tmp/aacskeys.tmp
++ grep DiscID
++ cut -c 31-
++ tr -d '\r\n'
+ DiskID=A3584FA4C8823498E51D9DA8380C089146A5E2EF
+ Line='A3584FA4C8823498E51D9DA8380C089146A5E2EF=DISK|V|D935A014BDBD20ED06273E28B62C8CB8'
+ echo 'A3584FA4C8823498E51D9DA8380C089146A5E2EF=DISK|V|D935A014BDBD20ED06273E28B62C8CB8'

2.
DiscID : A3584FA4C8823498E51D9DA8380C089146A5E2EF
Searching disc in key database...
Error at line 64: Line is not a key entry
Disc found in key database
Finished identifying source
Checking destination...
Destination path: /home/public/data/videos/Black_hawk_down
Dumping source...
Processing disc set:
DiscSet:
Type                 : BluRay BDMV
Source directory     : /mnt/ripy13148
Destination directory: /home/public/data/videos/Black_hawk_down
AACS directory       : /mnt/ripy13148/AACS
Key data             :
DiscID : A3584FA4C8823498E51D9DA8380C089146A5E2EF
Title  : DISK
Date   : N/A
VID    : N/A
VUK    : D935A014BDBD20ED06273E28B62C8CB8
TUK's  : N/A
 

sections from log below have been cut to fit space provided.

Not sure if the keydb.cfg entry is complete for the Title does not match.
Thought I read somewhere that mplayer needs the key to play maybe it can not find it

thanks for the help.


Thinking I might try the latest svn of mplayer.


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+ SourceDevice=/dev/scd0
++ echo -n '/home/public/data/videos/Black hawk down'
++ tr '[:space:]' _
+ DestFolder=/home/public/data/videos/Black_hawk_down
+ FolderLock=/home/public/data/videos/Black_hawk_down.folderlock
++ mktemp -d /mnt/ripXXXXXX
+ MountDir=/mnt/ripy13148
+ mount /dev/scd0 /mnt/ripy13148
mount: block device /dev/scd0 is write-protected, mounting read-only
+ displayProgress
+ progressPid=13312
+ trap 'kill -9 13312' EXIT
+ /usr/pluto/tools/aacskeys/extract_keys.sh /dev/scd0 /mnt/ripy13148
++ du -s /mnt/ripy13148
++ awk '{print $1}'
+ pushd /usr/pluto/tools/aacskeys
/usr/pluto/tools/aacskeys /usr/pluto/bin
+ ./aacskeys /dev/scd0 /mnt/ripy13148 v
+ popd
/usr/pluto/bin
++ cat /tmp/aacskeys.tmp
++ grep 'Unique Key'
++ cut -c 31-
++ tr -d '\r\n'
+ DiskKey=D935A014BDBD20ED06273E28B62C8CB8
++ cat /tmp/aacskeys.tmp
++ grep DiscID
++ cut -c 31-
++ tr -d '\r\n'
+ DiskID=A3584FA4C8823498E51D9DA8380C089146A5E2EF
+ Line='A3584FA4C8823498E51D9DA8380C089146A5E2EF=DISK|V|D935A014BDBD20ED06273E28B62C8CB8'
+ echo 'A3584FA4C8823498E51D9DA8380C089146A5E2EF=DISK|V|D935A014BDBD20ED06273E28B62C8CB8'
+ touch /home/public/data/videos/Black_hawk_down.folderlock
+ pushd /usr/pluto/tools/dumphd
/usr/pluto/tools/dumphd /usr/pluto/bin
+ ./dumphd.sh /mnt/ripy13148 /home/public/data/videos/Black_hawk_down
+ FullSize=44569452
+ /bin/true
++ du -s /home/public/data/videos/Black_hawk_down
++ awk '{print $1}'
du: cannot access `/home/public/data/videos/Black_hawk_down': No such file or directory
+ ActualSize=
+ echo 0
+ sleep 2
DumpHD 0.4 by KenD00

Opening Key Data File... OK
Initializing AACS... + /bin/true
++ du -s /home/public/data/videos/Black_hawk_down
++ awk '{print $1}'
du: cannot access `/home/public/data/videos/Black_hawk_down': No such file or directory
+ ActualSize=
+ echo 0
+ sleep 2
OK
Loading aacskeys library... FAILED
no aacskeys in java.library.path
Direct key retrieval disabled, only keys from the database will be used

Start time: Wed Feb 13 08:28:21 EST 2008

Checking source...
Source path: /mnt/ripy13148
Initializing source...
Source is a directory: using disc mode
Disc type found: BluRay BDMV
Searching /mnt/ripy13148/BDMV for files...
/mnt/ripy13148/BDMV/index.bdmv
/mnt/ripy13148/BDMV/MovieObject.bdmv
Searching /mnt/ripy13148/BDMV/PLAYLIST for files...
/mnt/ripy13148/BDMV/PLAYLIST/00000.mpls
/mnt/ripy13148/BDMV/PLAYLIST/00001.mpls
/mnt/ripy13148/BDMV/PLAYLIST/00002.mpls
/mnt/ripy13148/BDMV/PLAYLIST/00003.mpls
/mnt/ripy13148/BDMV/PLAYLIST/00004.mpls
/mnt/ripy13148/BDMV/PLAYLIST/00005.mpls
/mnt/ripy13148/BDMV/PLAYLIST/00006.mpls
/mnt/ripy13148/BDMV/PLAYLIST/00007.mpls
/mnt/ripy13148/BDMV/PLAYLIST/00008.mplsfiles...
Searching /mnt/ripy13148/CERTIFICATE/BACKUP for files...
Source initialized
Identifying source...
Identifying disc... OK
DiscID : A3584FA4C8823498E51D9DA8380C089146A5E2EF
Searching disc in key database...
Error at line 64: Line is not a key entry
Disc found in key database
Finished identifying source
Checking destination...
Destination path: /home/public/data/videos/Black_hawk_down
Dumping source...
Processing disc set:
DiscSet:
Type                 : BluRay BDMV
Source directory     : /mnt/ripy13148
Destination directory: /home/public/data/videos/Black_hawk_down
AACS directory       : /mnt/ripy13148/AACS
Key data             :
DiscID : A3584FA4C8823498E51D9DA8380C089146A5E2EF
Title  : DISK
Date   : N/A
VID    : N/A
VUK    : D935A014BDBD20ED06273E28B62C8CB8
TUK's  : N/A
Files                :
BDMV/AUXDATA/sound.bdmv
BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF/00000.clpi
BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF/00001.clpi
BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF/00002.clpi
BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF/00003.clpi
BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF/00004.clpi
Volume Unique Key present, decrypting Title Keys / CPS Unit Keys...
Searching Title Key / CPS Unit Key Files...
Decrypting /mnt/ripy13148/AACS/Unit_Key_RO.inf... Updated disc data:
DiscID : A3584FA4C8823498E51D9DA8380C089146A5E2EF
Title  : DISK
Date   : N/A
VID    : N/A
VUK    : D935A014BDBD20ED06273E28B62C8CB8
TUK's  : 1
       1-2F3CCF93EC118529A9D008C304CFA704
Sequence Key Block not found
AACS data processed
Processing: BDMV/AUXDATA/sound.bdmv
Processing: BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF/00000.clpi
Processing: BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF/00001.clpi
Processing: BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF/00002.clpi
Processing: BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF/00003.clpi
Processing: BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF/00004.clpi
Processing: BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF/00005.clpi
Processing: BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF/00006.clpi
Processing: BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF/00007.clpi
Processing: BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF/00008.clpi
Processing: BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF/00009.clpi
Processing: BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF/00010.clpi
Processing: BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF/00011.clpi
Processing: BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF/00012.clpi
Processing: BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF/00013.clpi
Processing: BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF/00014.clpi
Processing: BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF/00015.clpi
Processing: BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF/00016.clpi
Processing: BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF/00017.clpi
Processing: BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF/00018.clpi
Processing: BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF/00019.clpi
Processing: BDMV/BACKUP/CLIPINF/00020.clpi
Processing: BDMV/BACKUP/PLAYLIST/00010.mpls
Processing: BDMV/BACKUP/PLAYLIST/00011.mpls
+ /bin/true
++ du -s /home/public/data/videos/Black_hawk_down
Processing: BDMV/BACKUP/PLAYLIST/00012.mpls
++ awk '{print $1}'
Processing: BDMV/BACKUP/PLAYLIST/00013.mpls+ ActualSize=1536
+ echo 0

+ sleep 2
Processing: BDMV/BACKUP/PLAYLIST/00014.mpls
Processing: BDMV/BACKUP/PLAYLIST/00015.mpls
++ awk '{print $1}'
+ ActualSize=2248
+ echo 0
+ sleep 2
+ /bin/true
++ du -s /home/public/data/videos/Black_hawk_down
++ awk '{print $1}'
+ ActualSize=2248
+ echo 0
++ awk '{print $1}'
+ ActualSize=2248
+ echo 0
+ sleep 2
+ /bin/true
++ du -s /home/public/data/videos/Black_hawk_down
++ awk '{print $1}'
+ ActualSize=2248
+ echo 0
+ sleep 2
+ /bin/true
++ du -s /home/public/data/videos/Black_hawk_down
++ awk '{print $1}'
+ ActualSize=2248
+ echo 0
+ sleep 2
+ /bin/true
++ du -s /home/public/data/videos/Black_hawk_down
++ awk '{print $1}'
+ ActualSize=2248
+ echo 0
+ sleep 2
+ /bin/true
++ du -s /home/public/data/videos/Black_hawk_down
++ awk '{print $1}'
+ ActualSize=2248
+ echo 0
++ awk '{print $1}'
+ ActualSize=14018800
+ echo 31
+ sleep 2
+ /bin/true
++ du -s /home/public/data/videos/Black_hawk_down
++ awk '{print $1}'
++ awk '{print $1}'
+ ActualSize=37555380
+ echo 84
+ sleep 2
+ /bin/true
++ du -s /home/public/data/videos/Black_hawk_down
++ awk '{print $1}'
+ ActualSize=37555380
+ echo 84
+ sleep 2
+ /bin/true
++ du -s /home/public/data/videos/Black_hawk_down
++ awk '{print $1}'
+ ActualSize=37555380
+ echo 84
+ /bin/true
++ du -s /home/public/data/videos/Black_hawk_down
++ awk '{print $1}'
+ ActualSize=41462796
+ echo 93
+ sleep 2
+ /bin/true
++ du -s /home/public/data/videos/Black_hawk_down
++ awk '{print $1}'
+ ActualSize=41462796
+ echo 93
+ sleep 2
+ /bin/true

++ awk '{print $1}'
Processing: BDMV/STREAM/00025.m2ts
0x0000000000 Decryption enabled
+ ActualSize=44306340
+ echo 99
+ sleep 2
Processing: BDMV/STREAM/00026.m2ts
0x0000000000 Decryption enabled
Processing: BDMV/index.bdmv
Disc set processed
Dump complete

End time: Wed Feb 13 09:23:23 EST 2008

+ /bin/true
++ du -s /home/public/data/videos/Black_hawk_down
++ awk '{print $1}'
+ ActualSize=44603504
+ echo 100
+ popd
/usr/pluto/bin
+ '[' /home/public/data/videos/Black_hawk_down '!=' '/home/public/data/videos/Black hawk down' ']'
+ sleep 2
+ mv /home/public/data/videos/Black_hawk_down '/home/public/data/videos/Black hawk down'
+ rm /home/public/data/videos/Black_hawk_down.folderlock
+ umount /mnt/ripy13148
+ rmdir /mnt/ripy13148
+ kill -9 13312

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Re: Blu-Ray player problem
« Reply #35 on: February 14, 2008, 08:57:45 pm »
Hmm.. that's really weird. Can you try to run it using mplayer from /opt/pluto-mplayer/bin ? (there goes the pluto version of mplayer)? Just try to play it from the KDE desktop, start the console and run: /opt/pluto-mplayer/bin/mplayer /file/to/play.m2ts  -- and please post here the log. Chances are this is mplayer-side issue as the m2ts is relatively new and sometimes not supported.

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Re: Blu-Ray player problem
« Reply #36 on: February 15, 2008, 01:05:02 am »
Kir, thanks for the reply

I read somwhere if the keys are incorrect you get a black screen  (which I am getting)
searching bluray keys on internet yields different ones than the ones produced by aasckeys
dont know if that helps but-------------





here is the output from mplayer

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root@moon35:~# /opt/pluto-mplayer/bin/mplayer /home/public/data/videos/Vindieselxxx/BDMV/STREAM/00002.m2ts
MPlayer dev-SVN-r19403-4.1.3 (C) 2000-2007 MPlayer Team
CPU: AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 4200+ (Family: 15, Model: 75, Stepping: 2)
CPUflags:  MMX: 1 MMX2: 1 3DNow: 1 3DNow2: 1 SSE: 1 SSE2: 1
Compiled for x86 CPU with extensions: MMX MMX2 3DNow 3DNowEx SSE SSE2
mplayer: could not connect to socket
mplayer: No such file or directory
Failed to open LIRC support. You will not be able to use your remote control.
Loading config '/root/.mplayer/00002.m2ts.conf'

Playing /home/public/data/videos/Vindieselxxx/BDMV/STREAM/00002.m2ts.
Cache fill: 48.91% (65650688 bytes)
libavformat file format detected.
[mp3 @ 0x87171b4]Could not find codec parameters (Audio: mp2, 144 kb/s)
LAVF_header: av_find_stream_info() failed


Exiting... (End of file)


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Re: Blu-Ray player problem
« Reply #37 on: February 15, 2008, 03:01:53 am »
As Hari said earlier about not decrypting the disc.

I looks like maybe its missing something or decrypting incorrectly??

Output below is directly from the dumhd gui directly.

again my keys dont seem to match the ones I found by searching google.
Maybe its my liteon DH401s player ??

Processing disc AACS data...
Volume Unique Key present, decrypting Title Keys / CPS Unit Keys...
Searching Title Key / CPS Unit Key Files...
Decrypting /mnt/bd/AACS/Unit_Key_RO.inf... Updated disc data:
DiscID : 50F35D250FE73A382A8C5E815EADB3C5F9FAAC0D
Title  : The_Prestige
Date   : N/A
VID    : N/A
VUK    : 786CACF4E9456D6FE42BB6F23424F9E3
TUK's  : 1
       1-EEE0A68E5DA9D07F08BA23C284972687
Sequence Key Block not found
AACS data processed
Processing: 00014.m2ts
0x0000000000 Decryption enabled
Disc set processed
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Re: Blu-Ray player problem
« Reply #38 on: February 18, 2008, 06:52:06 pm »
Thoughts anyone?????



TotallyMaxed are you or anyone else successfully  using any BluRay disks and players.
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Re: Blu-Ray player problem
« Reply #39 on: February 18, 2008, 06:55:02 pm »
Does anyone have a decrypted m2ts file that I can try to test to see if it is a player or ripping issue.
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Re: Blu-Ray player problem
« Reply #40 on: February 18, 2008, 09:29:25 pm »
I'm getting another drive in the next few days. As soon as things progress I will let you know.

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Re: Blu-Ray player problem
« Reply #41 on: September 07, 2008, 03:14:48 pm »
Well, watching a DVD on  a (fairly) large screen really shows differences between a DVD rip on a regular single layer DVD disk, and the original. I want the best possible picture quality while watching a movie in my home theater. Watching on a regular TV set does not show much difference, but once to you go into larger sized screens you see a difference. And it annoys the hell out of me.

So, by going down from 3-8GB of data to a 4GB movie, I save about 1€. I am willing to pay this price to get the best quality possible.

YMMV.

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Interesting point... but talking about regular DVDs not HDDVD or BluRay... standard DVDs use an old and now inferior compression technique, MPEG2. MPEG4 part 10, otherwise known as H.264 is much much more efficient and so in theory you should be able to transcode a DVD to h.264 with almost no loss of quality (there will be some due to the original loss of data; rendering back to full screen with a little loss of data; then recompression to h.264 - which unfortunately will toss out different data to the orginal compression)...

but with MPEG4 part 10 being around 50% more efficient I am very interested in techniques to transcode ripped DVDs to h264. I can't see how to do it within LinuxMCE currently.

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Re: Blu-Ray player problem
« Reply #42 on: September 07, 2008, 09:32:43 pm »
As far as I know, there is no way to do this within LinuxMCE at the moment.  If you search this forum you can find a couple posts showing where the ripping code is, and you can then add any commands you want including ripping.  I was looking into this myself, considering using HandBrakeCLI after or in place of the standard rip.  The problem I ran into is the LinuxMCE rip doesn't handle copy protection very well, if at all, and HandBrakeCLI also fails with some of my DVDs.  In the end I just went back to the old fashioned method of ripping and transcoding on my linux desktop, then copying the movies to linuxMCE.  Another advantage of this method is you can test and play with forced subtitles to get the right one.  I have not found any single method to automatically get the correct forced subtitles every time.

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Re: Blu-Ray player problem
« Reply #43 on: September 08, 2008, 12:01:25 am »
thanks for the reply, on another topic.

I assumed that the .dvd file that the LinuxMCE system creates is an ISO image renamed to a .dvd; I haven't had much luck using it this way... is my hypothesis correct/

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Re: Blu-Ray player problem
« Reply #44 on: September 08, 2008, 12:02:28 am »
that's actually correct.

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