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    I'm using VideoByte BD-DVD Ripper version 2.1.50 to copy my extensive DVD/Blu-Ray collection to a hard drive. One of my prize possessions is the complete Blu-Ray set of the Alien series.

    I have ripped 5 of the 6 movies without any problem, but Prometheus is causing me fits. When I rip it, there is a glitch about 2/3 of the way into the movie: the opening credits start showing up again, as if the track skipped! So I went back to the original Blu-Ray disc and viewed the video without ripping and found the same problem.

    However, when I ran it through the Blu-Ray player on my TV, it played fine. I thought the problem was my LG external Blu-Ray player, but other software also plays the movie fine.

    Does anyone have any suggestions?
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    Normally people have to PAY for advertising........
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    Um - I'm confused. What did I advertise? I only mentioned the product I was using and the blu-ray disc.

    Now, if you have any suggestions, please feel free to answer. If not, step aside.
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    Yes Heck, what are you on about?
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    Originally Posted by Alwyn View Post
    Yes Heck, what are you on about?
    Sometimes companies without much of an advertising budget post here to create interest in their product. I don't know if that is true in this case or not.

    However, I never heard of this product before today and would be wary of downloading the trial let alone paying for a copy to find out how it works.
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    Wow. I am obviously in the wrong place to ask for video help.

    Good bye.
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    And now the fake outrage. THAT is what I'm "on about".
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    You guys are hangin' on too tight.
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    After you've seen a few thousand of these yourself you'll sing a different tune.

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    Come in spinner?!
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    Leawo has a review of VideoByte BD DVD Ripper on their website: https://www.leawo.org/jp/tips/videobyte-bd-dvd-%E3%83%AA%E3%83%83%E3%83%94%E3%83%B3%E3...2%B0-1352.html

    I used Google Translate to read it. According to Leawo's review, VideoByte offers a month-by-month subscription for the full product that auto-renews but subscriptions can't be canceled without contacting customer service.
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    Usually first time posters who give a programs name we never heard of gets really upset and says goodbye,they are as hech54 described.
    I think,therefore i am a hamster.
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    Sorry about the outrage.

    I am a legitimate end-user. I purchased a license for the Videobyte BD-DVD ripper. Their support is non-existent - my fault for not checking that before purchasing. I am not an advertiser, in fact, I CANNOT recommend this product, in fact, I urge people to go to Leawo. I am a sucker for purchasing Videobyte BD-DVD ripper.

    All that aside, I honestly need help.
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    Originally Posted by socker_dad View Post
    Sorry about the outrage.

    I am a legitimate end-user. I purchased a license for the Videobyte BD-DVD ripper. Their support is non-existent - my fault for not checking that before purchasing. I am not an advertiser, in fact, I CANNOT recommend this product, in fact, I urge people to go to Leawo. I am a sucker for purchasing Videobyte BD-DVD ripper.

    All that aside, I honestly need help.
    have you tried makemkv ???
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    I actually ended up purchasing MakeMKV. It works perfectly except for some of the Blu Ray movies: the audio is fine, but the picture is frozen. I can skip through the pictures, but even though I can navigate to various spots in the movie, the screen is still frozen. BD-DVD ripper handles them fine except I either have to include the subtitles (which cannot be turned off) or no subtitles at all.

    Maybe I need a codec? (Whatever that is - I read it somewhere.)
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    Years ago, I backed up my full-set of Battlestar Galactica BDís using makemkv. However, it was not like a copy of the Discís (thank God). It was just a file per episode, and it was flawless. I would imagine that if I wanted to make NEW BD-R copies, I would have to Re-author each disc by adding files etc Ö

    My subtitles came out perfectly, and I can turn them on or off. That includes when playing from a computer, or from my TV (USB 1TB Laptop Spinner-Drive connected to my WD-Live box). It works great. Most smart-TVís have a usb port on the back now thatís supposed to work without a dedicated media box.

    Mine does too, but itís mounted on the wall and Iíd have to pull it down and connect a very long usb cable to test it out. Iíll try that someday and see if it works (Samsung 74Ē (I think) 4K SmartTV).

    makemkv hasnít let me down. My original BD (about 1/2 of them) wonít play anymore. Iím not sire how commercial discs go bad in their box/case, but mine did. Iím glad to have put them on a HDD. I now also have a dedicated nvme (ssd blade) in my Mac Pro just for this set of files.

    Anyway Iím not affiliated with anyone except my family (long ago retired), so donít think Iím drumming up business for makemkv. Iím just really pleased with its results, and Iím unaware of any other BD ripping software personally. Good Luck
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    Originally Posted by socker_dad View Post
    I actually ended up purchasing MakeMKV. It works perfectly except for some of the Blu Ray movies: the audio is fine, but the picture is frozen. I can skip through the pictures, but even though I can navigate to various spots in the movie, the screen is still frozen. BD-DVD ripper handles them fine except I either have to include the subtitles (which cannot be turned off) or no subtitles at all.

    Maybe I need a codec? (Whatever that is - I read it somewhere.)
    It doesn't seem like a codec problem. Did you burn a Blu-ray disc or store the ripped output on an HDD or USB stick? What are you using to play the output from the ripper? Did BD-DVD Ripper output a media file/files or did it produce a copy of all the Blu-ray files and folders?

    If BD-DVD Ripper output is a file or files rather than a copy of all the files and folders on the Blu-ray, perhaps you can demultiplex the files and re-multiplex the audio, video, and only the subtitles that you want.
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