John Wick Chapter 2

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unab0mb
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Re: John Wick Chapter 2

Post by unab0mb » Mon Jun 19, 2017 1:41 am

BroadStreetPhila wrote:
unab0mb wrote:Correct title for Netflix version:

Title information
Name: John Wick Chapter 2 (English)
Source file name: 00934.mpls
Duration: 2:02:22
Chapters count: 16
Size: 19.8 GB
Segment count: 20
Segment map: 502,505,512,504,516,515,513,506,509,510,514,518,511,501,520,503,519,508,507,517
File name: John_Wick_Chapter_2_t369.mkv
Out of curiosity, how'd you come up with this?

Using the PowerDVD/ProcessMonitor method (does that still work reliably?), I got the following with my Netflix US version:
Title information
Name: John Wick Chapter 2
Source file name: 00121.mpls
Duration: 2:02:22
Chapters count: 16
Size: 19.8 GB
Segment count: 20
Segment map: 502,505,516,513,504,512,515,506,514,510,509,518,501,520,511,503,508,507,519,517
File name: John_Wick_Chapter_2_t46.mkv
Yes, I use the *proper* way of using PowerDVD/ProcMon and it is reliable. Some knuckleheads still try sniffing out the .mpls which is incorrect because the playlist can be and is many times spoofed by PowerDVD. It's all about the segment map, not the playlist.

AndyNJ
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Re: John Wick Chapter 2

Post by AndyNJ » Mon Jun 19, 2017 6:37 am

unab0mb wrote:
BroadStreetPhila wrote:
unab0mb wrote:Correct title for Netflix version:

Yes, I use the *proper* way of using PowerDVD/ProcMon and it is reliable. Some knuckleheads still try sniffing out the .mpls which is incorrect because the playlist can be and is many times spoofed by PowerDVD. It's all about the segment map, not the playlist.
I am new to this and have only found the .mpls method tutorials that are out there. Do you have a link to a tutorial of the *proper* way? That would helpful for this newb. Thanks in advance!

unab0mb
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Re: John Wick Chapter 2

Post by unab0mb » Mon Jun 19, 2017 11:28 pm

AndyNJ wrote: I am new to this and have only found the .mpls method tutorials that are out there. Do you have a link to a tutorial of the *proper* way? That would helpful for this newb. Thanks in advance!
I've not seen it documented anywhere, but then again, I haven't looked. I did a write up of what I do at your request and posted it here:

A Better Way To Find The Correct Playlist/Segment Map
http://www.makemkv.com/forum2/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=16251

Cap7517
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Re: John Wick Chapter 2

Post by Cap7517 » Wed Jun 21, 2017 10:50 pm

Titles with playlist protection give me multiple m2ts files. How do I combine them and in what order; what mac app works for that and will provide the full m2ts file for dolby atoms audio playback from usb hard drive on pansaonic/sony bd player?

unab0mb
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Re: John Wick Chapter 2

Post by unab0mb » Wed Jun 21, 2017 11:35 pm

Cap7517 wrote:Titles with playlist protection give me multiple m2ts files. How do I combine them and in what order; what mac app works for that and will provide the full m2ts file for dolby atoms audio playback from usb hard drive on pansaonic/sony bd player?
As explained in the post, of course you'll have multiple m2ts files. Those are the individual segments. The segments are obviously in the order that they play/show up in ProcMon. I don't know anything about Macs or what the PowerDVD or ProcMon equivalent would be for you. Instructions are for Windows. There's no "combining", MakeMKV rips all of the segments of a playlist into a single MKV file.

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Re: John Wick Chapter 2

Post by mjensen939 » Thu Jun 22, 2017 6:06 am

Has anyone else encountered what I believe to be authoring errors at about the 01:15:00 mark on the John Wick Chapter 2 Blu-rays? The fight scenes are all jumbled around out of sequence until the 01:17:15 mark! At first I thought I had ripped the wrong playlist (934.mpls) but after further review I determined that ALL of scene sequence issues were within a single segment (517.m2ts) and NOT a problem with an incorrect segment mapping. I duplicated the problem using a second disc so unless I'm missing something...could someone confirm I'm not loony. I never saw the Theatrical release so I've nothing to base my observations on.

BrionS
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Re: John Wick Chapter 2

Post by BrionS » Thu Jun 22, 2017 11:40 am

Lovely Rita wrote:Java support will need to be tweaked. As you can see it begins to run but does not slice and dice its way through all of the fakes to display the correct title (FPL_MainFeature).
I'll forward the necessary files to Mike.
Does the Java implementation matter? I notice in your screenshot you are using the Java plugin runtime. For me its using my openJDK install of Java 8. Does Oracle's JDK or JRE work better? I have not tried using a different JVM.

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Re: John Wick Chapter 2

Post by Woodstock » Thu Jun 22, 2017 1:32 pm

Interesting question - does OpenJDK present the same interface as Oracle's java.exe? If not, MakeMKV might not detect its presence.

I suggest an email to Mike at support@makemkv.com to bring this question to his attention.
How to aid in finding the answer to your problem: https://www.makemkv.com/faq/item/8

westtownsend
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Re: John Wick Chapter 2

Post by westtownsend » Thu Jun 22, 2017 10:57 pm

mjensen939 wrote:Has anyone else encountered what I believe to be authoring errors at about the 01:15:00 mark on the John Wick Chapter 2 Blu-rays? The fight scenes are all jumbled around out of sequence until the 01:17:15 mark! At first I thought I had ripped the wrong playlist (934.mpls) but after further review I determined that ALL of scene sequence issues were within a single segment (517.m2ts) and NOT a problem with an incorrect segment mapping. I duplicated the problem using a second disc so unless I'm missing something...could someone confirm I'm not loony. I never saw the Theatrical release so I've nothing to base my observations on.

You are not loony. I too am having the same issue. Netflix Blu-ray. John Wick Chapter 2. According to previous posts, the correct file is 934.mpls. Get to 01:15:00 during the fight scenes, it bounces from one fight scene to another back to the 1st. All over the place!

I've never seen the movie so I can't imagine it was cut like this. Maybe were suppose to drop acid before watching it and everything will make sense? HELP!!!

unab0mb
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Re: John Wick Chapter 2

Post by unab0mb » Fri Jun 23, 2017 4:44 pm

westtownsend wrote:
mjensen939 wrote:Has anyone else encountered what I believe to be authoring errors at about the 01:15:00 mark on the John Wick Chapter 2 Blu-rays? The fight scenes are all jumbled around out of sequence until the 01:17:15 mark! At first I thought I had ripped the wrong playlist (934.mpls) but after further review I determined that ALL of scene sequence issues were within a single segment (517.m2ts) and NOT a problem with an incorrect segment mapping. I duplicated the problem using a second disc so unless I'm missing something...could someone confirm I'm not loony. I never saw the Theatrical release so I've nothing to base my observations on.

You are not loony. I too am having the same issue. Netflix Blu-ray. John Wick Chapter 2. According to previous posts, the correct file is 934.mpls. Get to 01:15:00 during the fight scenes, it bounces from one fight scene to another back to the 1st. All over the place!

I've never seen the movie so I can't imagine it was cut like this. Maybe were suppose to drop acid before watching it and everything will make sense? HELP!!!
Seriously guys? This is why we can't have nice movies. People can't follow along. YES, it's supposed to be that way. God help you if you try to watch the new King Arthur: Legend of the Sword.

JUSTIN-A8HTPC
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Re: John Wick Chapter 2

Post by JUSTIN-A8HTPC » Mon Jun 26, 2017 4:17 pm

REDBOX John Wick 2

PowerDVD 17 + Process Monitor

440.mpls
502,508,501,514,506,503,505,515,513,512,504,507,511

Meister_Proper
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Re: John Wick Chapter 2

Post by Meister_Proper » Thu Jun 29, 2017 7:03 pm

tron21net wrote:Confirming that this is correct for retail disc, from Amazon in my case:
hvnphoto wrote:Source file name: 00440.mpls
Segment map: 502,508,501,514,506,503,505,515,513,512,504,507,511
Played back just fine using MPC-HC v1.7.8. Did use audio track TrueHD 48000Hz 8ch 9216kbps [A: Surround 7.1 [eng] (truehd, 48000 Hz, 7.1, s24)].
For me the playback wasn't completely fine using a PCH A-500 PRO. This is the makemkv output:

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AV sync issue in stream 2 at 0:04:02.784 with duration of 31.791ms : encountered overlapping frame, audio skew is +31.791ms
AV sync issue in stream 2 at 0:04:23.596 with duration of 19.541ms : encountered overlapping frame, audio skew is +51.333ms
AV sync issue in stream 2 at 0:04:23.648 with duration of 32ms : 1 frame(s) dropped to reduce audio skew to +19.333ms
AV sync issue in stream 1 at 0:04:23.597 with duration of 0.833ms : 1 overlapping frame(s) dropped at segment boundary
AV sync issue in stream 1 at 0:04:23.598 with duration of 0.833ms : 1 frame(s) dropped to reduce audio skew to +0.166ms
AV sync issue in stream 2 at 0:05:00.800 with duration of 12.166ms : encountered overlapping frame, audio skew is +31.5ms
AV sync issue in stream 1 at 0:05:00.800 with duration of 0.833ms : 1 overlapping frame(s) dropped at segment boundary
AV sync issue in stream 2 at 0:05:51.559 with duration of 24.958ms : encountered overlapping frame, audio skew is +56.458ms
AV sync issue in stream 2 at 0:05:51.616 with duration of 32ms : 1 frame(s) dropped to reduce audio skew to +24.458ms
AV sync issue in stream 2 at 0:28:52.605 with duration of 9.666ms : encountered overlapping frame, audio skew is +34.125ms
AV sync issue in stream 2 at 0:28:52.640 with duration of 32ms : 1 frame(s) dropped to reduce audio skew to +2.125ms
AV sync issue in stream 1 at 0:28:52.606 with duration of 0.833ms : 1 overlapping frame(s) dropped at segment boundary
AV sync issue in stream 2 at 0:29:23.636 with duration of 9ms : encountered overlapping frame, audio skew is +11.125ms
AV sync issue in stream 1 at 0:29:23.637 with duration of 0.833ms : 1 overlapping frame(s) dropped at segment boundary
AV sync issue in stream 2 at 0:29:50.246 with duration of 14.083ms : encountered overlapping frame, audio skew is +25.208ms
AV sync issue in stream 1 at 0:29:50.247 with duration of 0.833ms : 1 overlapping frame(s) dropped at segment boundary
AV sync issue in stream 2 at 0:31:46.905 with duration of 13.791ms : encountered overlapping frame, audio skew is +39ms
AV sync issue in stream 2 at 0:31:46.944 with duration of 32ms : 1 frame(s) dropped to reduce audio skew to +7ms
AV sync issue in stream 1 at 0:31:46.905 with duration of 0.833ms : 1 overlapping frame(s) dropped at segment boundary
AV sync issue in stream 1 at 0:31:46.906 with duration of 0.833ms : 1 frame(s) dropped to reduce audio skew to +0.166ms
AV sync issue in stream 2 at 0:32:12.472 with duration of 0.791ms : encountered overlapping frame, audio skew is +7.791ms
AV sync issue in stream 2 at 0:52:34.651 with duration of 28.708ms : encountered overlapping frame, audio skew is +36.5ms
AV sync issue in stream 2 at 0:52:34.688 with duration of 32ms : 1 frame(s) dropped to reduce audio skew to +4.5ms
AV sync issue in stream 1 at 0:52:34.652 with duration of 0.833ms : 1 frame(s) dropped to reduce audio skew to +0.166ms
AV sync issue in stream 2 at 0:53:06.558 with duration of 29.125ms : encountered overlapping frame, audio skew is +33.625ms
AV sync issue in stream 2 at 0:53:06.592 with duration of 32ms : 1 frame(s) dropped to reduce audio skew to +1.625ms
AV sync issue in stream 2 at 0:54:00.153 with duration of 4.791ms : encountered overlapping frame, audio skew is +6.416ms
AV sync issue in stream 1 at 0:54:00.154 with duration of 0.833ms : 1 overlapping frame(s) dropped at segment boundary
In general, this is completely normal for branched titles but I had a noticeable audio dropout at 4:23.
Did you guys have the same?
Is there anyway that makemkv can handles this better? I have another audio dropout with now you see me 2, every other branched title is fine, though.

THenryJr
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Re: John Wick Chapter 2

Post by THenryJr » Mon Jul 17, 2017 4:01 pm

I just ripped (for the US Netflix version) both 00934.mpls and 00121.mpls and there is no question that 00934.mpls is correct...00121.mpls is out of sequence after running them chapter by chapter alongside the actual blu-ray.

Segment map: 502,505,512,504,516,515,513,506,509,510,514,518,511,501,520,503,519,508,507,517
File name: John_Wick_Chapter_2_t369.mkv

lklassen
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Re: John Wick Chapter 2

Post by lklassen » Thu Jul 27, 2017 11:10 pm

Does anyone know the correct segment map for John Wick Chapter 2 eOne Canadian version? Thanks in advance!

makeroflostsouls
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Re: John Wick Chapter 2

Post by makeroflostsouls » Sun Oct 15, 2017 5:34 pm

I see 440 has been listed as the correct file to copy. But my disk does not have this number listed. I have the blu-ray included in the 4k pack. Any one else have this issue? Thanks

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