Allegiant

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Director Doug
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Re: Allegiant

Post by Director Doug » Sun Jul 31, 2016 10:31 pm

I can't even get the disk to load...the process begins, freezes and then I get a pop up window that says " to use the "java" command-line tool you need to install a JDK"...!!

Woodstock
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Re: Allegiant

Post by Woodstock » Mon Aug 01, 2016 12:07 am

You may want to revert to the last version for now - Allegiant is one of the titles out there that uses Java to hide which title is "real", and a new feature in 1.10.0 is an attempt to load Java to figure that out... and it doesn't always find Java where it is looking for it, even when present.

This error is NOT appearing for everyone on every disk; I have yet to see it, and I do not have any version of Java installed on my machines. But I also have not purchased a Lionsgate disk in some time, because of their obfuscation.
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gereral1
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Re: Allegiant

Post by gereral1 » Mon Aug 01, 2016 2:17 am

There is now a new folder added to newer disks called BDSVM. never seen this before. AS for the java there are now references to m2ts.dll and mpls.dll in powerdvd versions that are trying to mask the mpls. It will call randomly many mpls files so its hard to find the correct one. However you can set .m2ts filter and fast forward the movie 32x and write down the segments and use bdedit to find the mpls or if you have mpls finder tool you can enter the segments in and one press of the search button it will reveal the mpls. I do not have keys to this program so you will have to find rotty dog on the redfox forums to get the fingerprint code to unlock. This program is what I use to deal with screen pass disks. Many have given up as the protections are getting harder. I wish I could share this program with you guys but I did not write it.

MrVideo
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Re: Allegiant

Post by MrVideo » Mon Aug 01, 2016 8:48 am

gereral1 wrote:There is now a new folder added to newer disks called BDSVM.
Unless it has been somehow magically added to the Blu-ray spec, it really should not be there. That means Blu-ray players will ignore it, but Java code on the disc probably won't. :evil:

Do you have a specific example of a movie that has it?

thetoad
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Re: Allegiant

Post by thetoad » Tue Aug 02, 2016 6:28 am

MrVideo wrote:
gereral1 wrote:There is now a new folder added to newer disks called BDSVM.
Unless it has been somehow magically added to the Blu-ray spec, it really should not be there. That means Blu-ray players will ignore it, but Java code on the disc probably won't. :evil:

Do you have a specific example of a movie that has it?
Pretty sure that's BD+ in action

http://forum.doom9.org/archive/index.php/t-140893.html

gereral1
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Re: Allegiant

Post by gereral1 » Tue Aug 02, 2016 6:25 pm

thetoad wrote:
MrVideo wrote:
gereral1 wrote:There is now a new folder added to newer disks called BDSVM.
Unless it has been somehow magically added to the Blu-ray spec, it really should not be there. That means Blu-ray players will ignore it, but Java code on the disc probably won't. :evil:

The reverent shows this. Also 2 new DLL files are called m2ts.DLL and mpls.DLL which create winreg entry's and folders on your drive. I'll update my findings on alligant when I get it.

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Re: Allegiant

Post by MrVideo » Wed Aug 03, 2016 12:04 am

gereral1 wrote:The reverent shows this. Also 2 new DLL files are called m2ts.DLL and mpls.DLL which create winreg entry's and folders on your drive. I'll update my findings on alligant when I get it.
Reverent?

I have the U.S. Allegiant release (for the moment) and there is no such directory as BDSVM.

Any program that does anything to your computer without your permission is in violation of U.S. law (for those of us here in the U.S.). If anything were installed by any production company, without permission, there would be lots of lawsuits. Big companies know better.

But, there is a FAB! directory, which I have seen on other releases. No idea why it is there.

Aast656
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Re: Allegiant

Post by Aast656 » Wed Aug 03, 2016 12:46 am

As far as I know, the FAB folder appears when the bluray has been unprotected with the DVDFab software.

MrVideo
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Re: Allegiant

Post by MrVideo » Wed Aug 03, 2016 3:28 am

Aast656 wrote:As far as I know, the FAB folder appears when the bluray has been unprotected with the DVDFab software.
That is what I thought, but this is an original production disc. Weird.

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Re: Allegiant

Post by PhillWall72 » Fri Aug 12, 2016 10:03 am

I have the UK Blu-Ray. It has no obfuscation and MakeMkv says it is protected with AACS 61 but I get posix errorw when I try to rip it. I have checked and can rip other Blu Rays (including Other Divergent ones). Is there a setting I am missing?

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Re: Allegiant

Post by Woodstock » Fri Aug 12, 2016 5:06 pm

Posix errors can come from a variety of sources; generally, they're the hardware saying it can't read the disk. The REASON can be varied, from dirty disk to power problems to hardware failures.

The "go to" issue is usually dirt, often in the form of a finger print or, increasingly, a general haze on the disk from the loading equipment. If the error moves around between rip attempts, this is more probable.
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bart1964
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Re: Allegiant

Post by bart1964 » Tue Dec 27, 2016 7:54 pm

Any help with the Canadian retail version of this movie? Nothing I see looks anywhere close to anything posted here so far.

Thanks.

Bart

preserve
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Re: Allegiant

Post by preserve » Sat Aug 05, 2017 7:44 pm

I consider the first movie fantastic on many levels, the second wasn't as strong but still decent.
Allegiant just went downhill but it was on sale for cheap recently so I picked it up to "complete" the series.
Shame what happened to this series, never read the books but I guess the source material must be partly to blame.
Always felt that Hunger Games also started stronger than it finished.
(Still didn't figure out playlist for Canadian Mockingjay Part 2, guess I should revisit that next.)

This is for Allegiant Canada retail version (Amazon.ca) 7 74212 00587 9

MakeMKV 1.10.6 duplicate detection got it down to three playlists, two of which are both 16 chapters 37.1 GB and 2:00:33.

And this one seems to be the correct one:

00738.mpls 508,505,507,509,504,502,510,501,506,503
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preserve
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Re: Allegiant

Post by preserve » Mon Aug 07, 2017 5:53 pm

PS - don't forget to have Java installed.

With Java, 00738.mpls for Canada retail will be automatically identified as (FPL_MainFeature).

And make sure you are connected to the internet (or download the SVQ file manually) - you need it for this disc, otherwise your rip will be corrupted due to BD+ FUTs.
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mr.ripper
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Re: Allegiant

Post by mr.ripper » Tue May 22, 2018 11:34 am

Anyone knows the correct playlist for the nordic version of this disc?

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