Kick-Ass decrypted with DeUHD not ripping in MakeMKV?

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etc6849
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Kick-Ass decrypted with DeUHD not ripping in MakeMKV?

Post by etc6849 » Sat Dec 09, 2017 12:42 am

MakeMKV freezes up when trying to process Kick-Ass UHD Blu-ray folder rip.

MakeMKV also fails on Warrior (UHD Blu-ray decrypted folder too). Both have a playlist name of 00000.mpls. I'm not sure if the playlist name is of significance, but MKVToolNix multiplexes both decrypted 4k movies just fine. I would guess it is a software bug with MakeMKV?

Here's the logs for Kick-Ass: https://drive.google.com/open?id=12DlT9 ... blLzNsa5WZ

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Re: Kick-Ass decrypted with DeUHD not ripping in MakeMKV?

Post by etc6849 » Sun Dec 10, 2017 7:37 pm

This is how I got Kick-Ass and a few other problem 4k disc rips to work with MakeMKV. It appears the tips in this DeUHD thread are useful. One would think DeUHD would do some sort of error correction, but for whatever reason doesn't seem to be doing it.

I have backed up brand new blu-rays for years, and only had to clean one or two... Maybe the LG WH16NS60 drive I have is just really picky? I have fixed three problem backups now, so these tips really work for whatever reason.

https://club.myce.com/t/titles-support- ... ?u=etc6849

Here are the things I tried after following the thread above:
Cleaned the entire bottom of the disc using alcohol and a cotton shirt.
Changed Windows system settings to make background processes have priority.
Changed Windows system performance settings to performance (disables Aero and other effects).
Deleted the entire cache for DeUHD (was over 9 GB for me, stored under user appdata local DeUHD folder).
Set Power Saving settings so my processor min and max are set to 100%.
Quit decrypting to folder, instead decrypted disc to iso (seems to be about 10% faster with DeUHD).
etc6849 wrote:MakeMKV freezes up when trying to process Kick-Ass UHD Blu-ray folder rip.

MakeMKV also fails on Warrior (UHD Blu-ray decrypted folder too). Both have a playlist name of 00000.mpls. I'm not sure if the playlist name is of significance, but MKVToolNix multiplexes both decrypted 4k movies just fine. I would guess it is a software bug with MakeMKV?

Here's the logs for Kick-Ass: https://drive.google.com/open?id=12DlT9 ... blLzNsa5WZ

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Re: Kick-Ass decrypted with DeUHD not ripping in MakeMKV?

Post by mike admin » Tue Dec 12, 2017 12:47 pm

etc6849 wrote:MakeMKV freezes up when trying to process Kick-Ass UHD Blu-ray folder rip.

MakeMKV also fails on Warrior (UHD Blu-ray decrypted folder too). Both have a playlist name of 00000.mpls. I'm not sure if the playlist name is of significance, but MKVToolNix multiplexes both decrypted 4k movies just fine. I would guess it is a software bug with MakeMKV?

Here's the logs for Kick-Ass: https://drive.google.com/open?id=12DlT9 ... blLzNsa5WZ
Logs indicate corrupted M2TS file. Given that DeUHD works with dumped block keys (not even unit keys) an error in a single block key means 6k of corrupted data. I wonder why mkvtoolnix handles that, do you get a visual glitch in produced file?

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Re: Kick-Ass decrypted with DeUHD not ripping in MakeMKV?

Post by etc6849 » Tue Dec 12, 2017 2:27 pm

Thanks for the in-depth explanation :) Makes total sense.
mike admin wrote:
etc6849 wrote:MakeMKV freezes up when trying to process Kick-Ass UHD Blu-ray folder rip.

MakeMKV also fails on Warrior (UHD Blu-ray decrypted folder too). Both have a playlist name of 00000.mpls. I'm not sure if the playlist name is of significance, but MKVToolNix multiplexes both decrypted 4k movies just fine. I would guess it is a software bug with MakeMKV?

Here's the logs for Kick-Ass: https://drive.google.com/open?id=12DlT9 ... blLzNsa5WZ
Logs indicate corrupted M2TS file. Given that DeUHD works with dumped block keys (not even unit keys) an error in a single block key means 6k of corrupted data. I wonder why mkvtoolnix handles that, do you get a visual glitch in produced file?
Last edited by etc6849 on Sat Dec 16, 2017 4:15 pm, edited 2 times in total.

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Re: Kick-Ass decrypted with DeUHD not ripping in MakeMKV?

Post by Tourman » Tue Dec 12, 2017 10:00 pm

mike admin wrote:
etc6849 wrote:MakeMKV freezes up when trying to process Kick-Ass UHD Blu-ray folder rip.

MakeMKV also fails on Warrior (UHD Blu-ray decrypted folder too). Both have a playlist name of 00000.mpls. I'm not sure if the playlist name is of significance, but MKVToolNix multiplexes both decrypted 4k movies just fine. I would guess it is a software bug with MakeMKV?

Here's the logs for Kick-Ass: https://drive.google.com/open?id=12DlT9 ... blLzNsa5WZ
Logs indicate corrupted M2TS file. Given that DeUHD works with dumped block keys (not even unit keys) an error in a single block key means 6k of corrupted data. I wonder why mkvtoolnix handles that, do you get a visual glitch in produced file?
Maybe that explains why DeUHD is so finnicky at ripping discs. I have to use a lint free cloth to clean all of my discs before ripping, and even then sometimes it takes 2-3 attempts. MakeMKV has worked perfectly on my last two attempts.

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Re: Kick-Ass decrypted with DeUHD not ripping in MakeMKV?

Post by preserve » Thu Dec 14, 2017 8:52 pm

etc6849 wrote:I have a few Asus friendly drives coming; can you PM me an email to send you dumps for unsupported discs?
Just to note, that info is mentioned in the sticky "UHD support" thread: http://makemkv.com/forum2/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=16765
mike admin wrote:Because MakeMKV contains no AACS2.0 keys, protected discs will fail to open. MakeMKV will save yet another dump in this case, called "AACS dump". Please send these dumps to svq@makemkv.com .
mike admin wrote:Please see https://www.makemkv.com/faq/item/12 on how to provide volume keys to MakeMKV.
Using: ASUS BW-16D1HT 3.00 || UHD FAQ - If you're new to UHD, read it!

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