MKV doesnt work with Peter Rabbit

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bloodta
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MKV doesnt work with Peter Rabbit

Post by bloodta » Mon Jul 02, 2018 2:32 am

When I insert Peter Rabbit, MKV doesn't do anything at all, just says no disc. I tried a couple of other discs and the work fine.

Woodstock
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Re: MKV doesnt work with Peter Rabbit

Post by Woodstock » Mon Jul 02, 2018 2:42 am

Others have ripped the BD version of Peter Rabbit successfully (there's even a thread about which title is the "correct" one). The issue is why is your operating system not seeing the disk?

Do you see MakeMKV trying to load the disk (icon spinning), then "No disk"? Are there errors reported by MakeMKV as it tries to access the disk?
How to aid in finding the answer to your problem: https://www.makemkv.com/faq/item/8

bloodta
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Re: MKV doesnt work with Peter Rabbit

Post by bloodta » Mon Jul 02, 2018 2:44 am

Woodstock wrote:Others have ripped the BD version of Peter Rabbit successfully (there's even a thread about which title is the "correct" one). The issue is why is your operating system not seeing the disk?

Do you see MakeMKV trying to load the disk (icon spinning), then "No disk"? Are there errors reported by MakeMKV as it tries to access the disk?
Yes, it shows the disc trying to load, then says no disc inserted. No errors reported.

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Re: MKV doesnt work with Peter Rabbit

Post by kdheslop@gmail.com » Sat Jul 28, 2018 4:57 pm

I have had this happen with various disks on rare occasion, both DVD and Blu-Ray disks, but mostly DVD.

I found that most times if I put it in another machine the disk will be recognized. The peculiar aspect for me is that it is not the same computer that will have problems...one time it will be my laptop (mac) and other times it will be on our desktop windows pc.

Less common, but on occasion, switching the drive (desktop has two different internal and I have an external Blu-Ray) it will be able to read and other times I actually have to use a different computer.

I have had some instances where it works on my external bluray player when connected to a windows machine, but not the mac... or the opposite.

it does appear to me, only from my experience, that it does not have anything to do with MKV, since when it says no disk, the file manager does not show anything either.

This is a frustration, and if you have no other machines/drives it may prevent you from moving forward with the disk. Reminds of two of the biggest reasons I like to use this program, (1) disks getting damaged by famiy leaving them out and (2) It seems like every blu-ray or dvd I attempt to play will hang or glitch...it gets to the point where my family gives at times...this is with 4 different brands of players over the years and started when they were brand new with the latest firmware.

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