[mythtv-users] Perfect DVD rips failing
pete at putzin.net
Tue Jan 16 01:28:02 UTC 2007
Brad DerManouelian wrote:
> On Jan 14, 2007, at 10:02 PM, Peter wrote:
>> I experimented with ripping some of my DVD's to iso's to allow for
>> easier management. Mostly the TV shows I buy but some of my
>> favorite and
>> more often watch movies, it's faster to watch them using Myth than to
>> constantly have to switch disks all the time. Anyway, I ripped each
>> as an iso and now I can't play them. I know at one point in time they
>> did play, I remember it working. However, my myth box sat idle for a
>> while so I recently did a clean upgrade to FC6 and myth .20 from
>> And all of them give me some interpol warning that I don't remember
>> having seen before.
>> So, two questions.
>> 1. Why won't mplayer/Myth play these back? I assume it's a track/
>> issue, where it doesn't know which to play, and the default is the
>> warning screen. But perfect rips have to work somewhere, right?
>> 2. Should I rip to something other than an iso? I want the quality for
>> the video to stay the same, and for the audio when it's dolby digital.
>> I've never tried anything but a perfect rip, so I'm game for other
>> options, but if I'm gonna spend the HD space for convenience, then it
>> better look good.
>> Like I said, I'm fairly certain these worked in the past, but now
>> I screwed something up, but I'm not sure what. Any help would be much
>> appreciated. Thanks.
> You need to install the decss libraries to play DVDs in Linux. I
> believe Myth doesn't come with it because it's illegal in some
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Thought that, but the system plays DVDs now, and libdvdcss is installed,
so I don't think that's the issue. For some reason, the system is
treating iso's differently than it has in the past. Not sure what to do
Thanks for the suggestion though.
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