Dr. Strange

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inline_phil
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Dr. Strange

Post by inline_phil » Sat Mar 04, 2017 7:29 pm

Ripping older discs has worked perfectly in the past but this one is a mystery. Here is a summary of my process.

I rip on my laptop, copy to my NAS [uncompressed], and stream from the NAS via an OPPO BDP-105 to my TV all of which is done through the CAT-7 hardwired network connections [no wireless here].

Ripping this disc works and I can see the video fine on my laptop while still in MakeMKS [sound is not available but that happens sometimes].

Copying the huge file over to the NAS also yields zero errors.

Streaming by the OPPO from the NAS is where the issue occurs. I get severe picture dropouts and jitter but the sound is still good. And yes, this is also a hardwired CAT-7 connection.

This is the first disc with which I have encountered this problem.

Ideas?

Stryker412
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Re: Dr. Strange

Post by Stryker412 » Thu Mar 16, 2017 11:12 pm

Does Dr. Strange have subtitles?

tester21
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Re: Dr. Strange

Post by tester21 » Fri Mar 17, 2017 3:32 pm

Does anyone have issues with playing the disc in their computer? I have a RB version and wanted to watch it on my computer but the the drive does not load the disc. It does fine with other BR discs. Thanks.

inline_phil
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Re: Dr. Strange

Post by inline_phil » Tue Mar 21, 2017 12:35 pm

Problem was a hardware failure in my network, not the fault of MakeMKV.

I replaced a failing gigabit hub with a new gigabit switch and the issue went away.

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