Ken Burns: The Vietnam War (2017)

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angelgraves13
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Ken Burns: The Vietnam War (2017)

Post by angelgraves13 » Thu Sep 28, 2017 7:16 am

MakeMKV seems to have trouble with a few of the discs and is unable to find the correct playlist.

Can someone post the correct playlists?

lawndart
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Re: Ken Burns: The Vietnam War (2017)

Post by lawndart » Mon Oct 02, 2017 3:19 pm

I also need correct title for disc 2. It appears that's the only one with multiple options for the main feature.

Thanks

zooropa56
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Re: Ken Burns: The Vietnam War (2017)

Post by zooropa56 » Sat Oct 28, 2017 11:16 am

Disc 2 correct playlist 545.

lawndart
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Re: Ken Burns: The Vietnam War (2017)

Post by lawndart » Thu Nov 02, 2017 11:57 am

zooropa56 wrote:Disc 2 correct playlist 545.
Thank you. That was the one.

Title information
Name: The Vietnam War Disc 2 (English)
Source file name: 00545.mpls
Duration: 1:23:23
Chapters count: 9
Size: 21.8 GB
Segment count: 10
Segment map: 501,8,509,503,500,506,504,502,505,508
File name: The_Vietnam_War_Disc_2_t228.mkv

Tayvl
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Re: Ken Burns: The Vietnam War (2017)

Post by Tayvl » Fri Nov 10, 2017 1:25 am

Disc 1 and 2 were no problem. Disc 3 gives the following error: "CellWalk algorithm failed (structure protection is too tough?), trying CellTrim algorithm". Anyone have any idea what the problem is here?

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Re: Ken Burns: The Vietnam War (2017)

Post by yorgo » Fri Nov 10, 2017 2:05 am

Tayvl wrote:Disc 1 and 2 were no problem. Disc 3 gives the following error: "CellWalk algorithm failed (structure protection is too tough?), trying CellTrim algorithm". Anyone have any idea what the problem is here?
Are you ripping a Blu-Ray or DVD? I've never seen this message come up on a Blu-Ray. If DVD, please post your question in the DVD section.

EDIT: corrected "error" to "message". Woodstock is right. Responded too quickly after a very long day at the office... :wink:
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Re: Ken Burns: The Vietnam War (2017)

Post by Woodstock » Fri Nov 10, 2017 4:47 am

Tayvl wrote:Disc 1 and 2 were no problem. Disc 3 gives the following error: "CellWalk algorithm failed (structure protection is too tough?), trying CellTrim algorithm". Anyone have any idea what the problem is here?
This isn't an error, it's an advisory that the fast method of determining which parts of a DVD belong to the title in question didn't work so well, so it is using the slower method.
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Tayvl
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Re: Ken Burns: The Vietnam War (2017)

Post by Tayvl » Sat Nov 11, 2017 1:22 am

yorgo wrote:
Tayvl wrote:Disc 1 and 2 were no problem. Disc 3 gives the following error: "CellWalk algorithm failed (structure protection is too tough?), trying CellTrim algorithm". Anyone have any idea what the problem is here?
Are you ripping a Blu-Ray or DVD? I've never seen this message come up on a Blu-Ray. If DVD, please post your question in the DVD section.

EDIT: corrected "error" to "message". Woodstock is right. Responded too quickly after a very long day at the office... :wink:
My bad, it's a DVD, not Blu-ray.

makebelievemusic
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Re: Ken Burns: The Vietnam War (2017)

Post by makebelievemusic » Fri Nov 13, 2020 8:47 pm

Can someone share the MPLS for all 10 discs? So far, there's only been a response for Disc 2.

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Re: Ken Burns: The Vietnam War (2017)

Post by thetoad » Tue Nov 17, 2020 10:46 am

many PBS discs have a form of screen pass. where many times only one episode per disc are obfuscated. DVDFab solves (or at least past tense) this ugly by hacking up the java code. AnyDVD solves this elegatly with the realization that the java code doesn't matter, they aren't really a BDJ disc, all the BDJ code does is fill in GPR values that specify which playlist to use for which episode. Instead of calling a java title to fill in those GPRs correctly, can have a regular HDMV title that fills them in manually and skip all the java code.

With that, can also excise the whole JAR directory saving 500MB-1GB of space IIRC.

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