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    Beware of Daemon Tools, this program can slow ripping times w/ Blu Ray movies

    Just as milOtis reported in my "BD Rebuilder Fast Reencode Times" thread that it takes him 1.5hrs to rip a BD and he uses Daemon tools, it has been a known issue for quite some time around the Slysoft forums

    http://forum.slysoft.com/showthread.php?t=30267&highlight=DAEMON+TOOLS+SLOW+RIP

    If you use Daemon Tools and have slow rip times w/ Blu Ray movies uninstall DT and the SPTD drivers, and use VCD (Virtual Clone Drive) instead, and your ripping times will soar

    http://www.slysoft.com/en/virtual-clonedrive.html

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  2. My old speed had nothing to do with Daemon Tools. I had actually been exporting an HD wedding to P2/MXF files from Adobe Premiere Pro CS4, that I filmed, at the same time I was using BD Rebuilder, and forgot I had it running.

    I retested with just DaemonTools and BD Rebuilder running, and speed is now averaging 3 hours on every movie, on highest settings, re-encoding down to BD9

    AnyDVD HD ISO rip = 30-35minutes
    BD Rebuilder Time = 3hrs

    So 3hrs and 35minutes (max average) all together.

    But who cares if it is longer anyway?...its not like you sit in front of the computer and watch it, lol

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    Originally Posted by milOtis
    My old speed had nothing to do with Daemon Tools. I had actually been exporting an HD wedding to P2/MXF files from Adobe Premiere Pro CS4, that I filmed, at the same time I was using BD Rebuilder, and forgot I had it running.

    I retested with just DaemonTools and BD Rebuilder running, and speed is now averaging 3 hours on every movie, on highest settings, re-encoding down to BD9

    AnyDVD HD ISO rip = 30-35minutes
    BD Rebuilder Time = 3hrs

    So 3hrs and 35minutes (max average) all together.

    But who cares if it is longer anyway?...its not like you sit in front of the computer and watch it, lol

    ~ milOtis
    Nobody put words in your mouth, you said it took you 1.5hrs to rip a blu ray, Dameon Tools and its drivers are a long time known culprit of long BD rip times

    Who cares? Unless you have forgotten this is a forum to share information

    tip: For BD Rebuilder newbies, run BD Rebuilder as "idle process", that way it won't slow down anything you are working on

    ocgw

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  4. Originally Posted by ocgw
    Originally Posted by milOtis
    My old speed had nothing to do with Daemon Tools. I had actually been exporting an HD wedding to P2/MXF files from Adobe Premiere Pro CS4, that I filmed, at the same time I was using BD Rebuilder, and forgot I had it running.

    I retested with just DaemonTools and BD Rebuilder running, and speed is now averaging 3 hours on every movie, on highest settings, re-encoding down to BD9

    AnyDVD HD ISO rip = 30-35minutes
    BD Rebuilder Time = 3hrs

    So 3hrs and 35minutes (max average) all together.

    But who cares if it is longer anyway?...its not like you sit in front of the computer and watch it, lol

    ~ milOtis
    Nobody put words in your mouth, you said it took you 1.5hrs to rip a blu ray, Dameon Tools and its drivers are a long time known culprit of long BD rip times

    Who cares? Unless you have forgotten this is a forum to share information

    tip: For BD Rebuilder newbies, run BD Rebuilder as "idle process", that way it won't slow down anything you are working on

    ocgw

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    Did you not read my post? I already explained that I was encoding full HD video from my HVX200 professional camera in Adobe Premiere Pro at the same time I was ripping the image, lol...THAT is why it was slow. The 3hrs and 35 minutes is my real time, now that I retested without other stuff running using all the CPU. That is 30-35 minutes to rip the ISOimage, then 3 hours to rebuild in BD Rebuilder. So, that's faster times than your "fast speed" post thread isn't it?

    Got it? lol. I have no idea why you posted about 'sharing ideas' - dont even know what u are talking about.
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    Originally Posted by milOtis
    Originally Posted by ocgw
    Originally Posted by milOtis
    My old speed had nothing to do with Daemon Tools. I had actually been exporting an HD wedding to P2/MXF files from Adobe Premiere Pro CS4, that I filmed, at the same time I was using BD Rebuilder, and forgot I had it running.

    I retested with just DaemonTools and BD Rebuilder running, and speed is now averaging 3 hours on every movie, on highest settings, re-encoding down to BD9

    AnyDVD HD ISO rip = 30-35minutes
    BD Rebuilder Time = 3hrs

    So 3hrs and 35minutes (max average) all together.

    But who cares if it is longer anyway?...its not like you sit in front of the computer and watch it, lol

    ~ milOtis
    Nobody put words in your mouth, you said it took you 1.5hrs to rip a blu ray, Dameon Tools and its drivers are a long time known culprit of long BD rip times

    Who cares? Unless you have forgotten this is a forum to share information

    tip: For BD Rebuilder newbies, run BD Rebuilder as "idle process", that way it won't slow down anything you are working on

    ocgw

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    Did you not read my post? I already explained that I was encoding full HD video from my HVX200 professional camera in Adobe Premiere Pro at the same time I was ripping the image, lol...THAT is why it was slow. The 3hrs and 35 minutes is my real time, now that I retested without other stuff running using all the CPU. That is 30-35 minutes to rip the ISOimage, then 3 hours to rebuild in BD Rebuilder. So, that's faster times than your "fast speed" post thread isn't it?

    Got it? lol. I have no idea why you posted about 'sharing ideas' - dont even know what u are talking about.
    You win, your 8 Intel cores (16 cores w/ hyperthreading) is slightly faster than an old bench w/ my 4 AMD quad core (by your unverified testimony) that cost less than half as much

    happy now?

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  6. Relax man...nobody cares what hardware you have or what you are using. To each their own ok?

    So just chill out - you have already gotten 2 threads locked, just in the last 4 days, so r-e-l-a-x.
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    feel free to ignore my threads

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    pls delete
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    I uninstalled daemon tools because I was getting 2x ripping speeds, which by the way is about 10mbps for my settings. Now I get almost 4x speeds, so an average of 15/16 mbps, and this is much better.

    you might think
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