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NJVC Custom Blu-ray Set of Harmy’s Despecialized Editions now available on Mega — Page 19

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Does WinRar (or any of the others) not tell you the specific file that it think’s is corrupt?

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Yes. For ROTJ it says it’s part25 that is the issue.

I did manage to find a workaround though. Apparently, if I download ALL of the files using the individual MEGAlinks, the ISO then extracts without issue. It’s when I download them using the folder links (imported into MEGAsync), or mix and match file from the folder links and individual links, that I get the errors.

So I’m just redownloading the files individually.

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A year and half ago I burned this BD set. I’ve watched the 3 movies frequently but not the extra content very often.

A few weeks ago I wanted to show my daughter a few things and couldn’t get some of the discs to play.
What is the longevity of the record-able BD media?

I’m thinking of reburning them and would like to solicit

  1. model of a decent burner - windows 10 machine
  2. decent but not break the bank BD media that I can run through my canon printer to print the disc graphics. Since its a limited amount of discs to burn I don’t mind spending a bit on them.

Thanks,
-Andy

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I have run into a temporary error message problem with part 10 of ESB BD 50. Is anyone else having trouble downloading this file?

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Tomatoman112 said:

I have run into a temporary error message problem with part 10 of ESB BD 50. Is anyone else having trouble downloading this file?

It seems to be working now so disregard this post.

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ImgBurn and VLC seem to think that my BD 50 iso is a DVD. ImgBurn reads it as a DVD ROM, and when I use my PC’s default mounting, VLC says “VLC is unable to open the MRL ‘dvd:///E:’. Check the log for details.” Is this normal?

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Similar to the above, the ISO for SW DE 2.7 (the MD5s of which all check out 100%) mounts as a DVD in Windows 10. If I try to play the actual film itself from the menu, it fails. When I manually mount it as a Blu-ray specifically in software, it still fails to play the film. Manually playing the relevant .m2ts fails. Copy the .m2ts out of the ISO and playing it from another location fails.

Apologies for the necropost, but does anybody out here have any ideas?

EDIT: It doesn’t work at all in VLC but it does play (from the beginning anyway) in Leawo… but trying to navigate through the file at all crashes the player so only audio works.

I’m wondering if it has something to do with the sheer number of audio tracks muxed into the film’s .m2ts. I’ll try muxing out some of the audio tracks (languages that aren’t English, for example) and see if that improves compatibility…

EDIT 2: Yep, that was it. If I mux some audio tracks out, it plays fine in VLC (both from .m2ts and after recreating ISO from the smaller .m2ts with fewer tracks). Guess that could be handy if anyone else is having the same problem.

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Torch5013 said:

ImgBurn and VLC seem to think that my BD 50 iso is a DVD. ImgBurn reads it as a DVD ROM, and when I use my PC’s default mounting, VLC says “VLC is unable to open the MRL ‘dvd:///E:’. Check the log for details.” Is this normal?

Well, yes and no. It’s normal behaviour in the sense that VLC, seeing it mounted as a “DVD”, tries to open it as a DVD and fails because it’s not a DVD. It’s not normal in the sense that it should not be interpreted as a DVD in any sense; I don’t know enough about that to understand why this is, but my guess is that it’s to do with how it was authored (maybe a quirk of the particular software used or something).

However, it’s easy to work around: instead of launching VLC from the file (e.g. “play with VLC” from Windows context menu), open VLC first then go to the Media menu and choose “Open Disc…” then manually select the Blu-ray option and correct virtual drive letter before proceeding. That works. Except that for me it doesn’t, apparently due to the file having too many audio tracks (as I discussed in the post above).

Of course, you posted this two months ago, so you’ve probably figured that out by now.

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Does anybody know what software njvc used for the latest version of these?

And I’ve loved every pixel of it.
(Clarissa Darling, Clarissa Explains It All)

You’re so right.
(Kylo Ren, Star Wars: The Force Awakens)

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dahmage said:

Swift S. Lawliet said:

Does anybody know what software njvc used for the latest version of these?

it was Adobe Encore

Thanks.

And I’ve loved every pixel of it.
(Clarissa Darling, Clarissa Explains It All)

You’re so right.
(Kylo Ren, Star Wars: The Force Awakens)

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Part 27 of Star Wars BD 50 is “temporarily unavailable”.