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theSeb
Aug 17, 2011, 09:14 AM
I am currently ripping my entire BR and DVD collection to mkv using makeMKV. I've ripped about 40 BR discs so far and have not encountered any issues, apart from Apocalypto. The movie stutters and loses frames in many scenes and it does not matter what player or computer I use.

The original BR plays perfectly fine on a computer or BR player.

Any ideas?

Edit: I've been doing some searching and it looks as though I am not the only one having issues ripping this particular disc. People are reporting issues when using various rippers as well. :confused: :mad:



nebo1ss
Aug 17, 2011, 01:38 PM
I am currently ripping my entire BR and DVD collection to mkv using makeMKV. I've ripped about 40 BR discs so far and have not encountered any issues, apart from Apocalypto. The movie stutters and loses frames in many scenes and it does not matter what player or computer I use.

The original BR plays perfectly fine on a computer or BR player.

Any ideas?

Edit: I've been doing some searching and it looks as though I am not the only one having issues ripping this particular disc. People are reporting issues when using various rippers as well. :confused: :mad:

It is probably some kind of security encoding.

Omne666
Aug 18, 2011, 03:22 AM
Try changing the frame rate when encoding. I found this a solution...at times. No guarantees, just a suggestion.

theSeb
Aug 18, 2011, 04:48 AM
Try changing the frame rate when encoding. I found this a solution...at times. No guarantees, just a suggestion.

I am not encoding the movie - I am ripping it using makeMKV. Encoding comes next, but if the mkv is stuttering, then I don't see the point of trying to encode it.

peterjcat
Aug 18, 2011, 06:56 AM
Why don't you try to encode the first couple of minutes and see if the encode stutters -- it might just be a playback problem...

theSeb
Aug 18, 2011, 01:12 PM
Why don't you try to encode the first couple of minutes and see if the encode stutters -- it might just be a playback problem...

I suppose I could give that a go.