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    I have an issue where recently with DVDFAB where almost all my compressed BD-R movies are exhibiting video stutter. I use DVDFAB to rip and compress to BD-25. Then created iso on hard drive and mounted. I then played via PowerDVD10. The video exhibits stutter. I have seen this on several movies.

    In order to rule out or in the system, source BD, and PowerDVD player. I ripped the same disk to my hard drive using other software. I then made an iso on the hard drive and mounted it. It played back fine without any issues.

    2011-04-19 08:07:52 ---- ******************** Log session stop 19-Apr 08:07:52.372 PID 8648********************
    2011-04-19 08:04:40 Info Current Drive selected : 1:0:0 - TSSTcorp CDDVDW SH-S203B SB04 [E] (Ide)
    2011-04-19 08:04:40 Info Using Advanced SPTI interface
    2011-04-19 08:04:40 Info System default language : English (United States)
    2011-04-19 08:04:40 Info User default language : English (United States)
    2011-04-19 08:04:40 Info DLL Version : 4.0.15.480
    2011-04-19 08:04:40 Info DLL : C:\Program Files\DVDFab 8\vso_hwe.dll
    2011-04-19 08:04:40 Info Version : 8, 0, 8, 5
    2011-04-19 08:04:40 Info ExeName : C:\Program Files\DVDFab 8\DVDFab.exe
    2011-04-19 08:04:40 Info OS : Microsoft Windows XP Professional (Build 2600: Service Pack 3)
    2011-04-19 08:04:40 ---- ******************** Log session start 19-Apr 08:04:40.684 PID 8648********************

    DVDFab 8.0.8.5 (2011/04/15 14:17:02)

    0m 01.76s: option dvd2dvd 1 dvd2mobile 1 bluray2bluray 1 bd2mobile 1 bd23d 1 bd2dvd 1 file2mobile 1 filemover 1
    0m 05.43s: detected blu-ray
    0m 05.43s: drive D
    0m 05.43s: blu-ray type 1
    0m 05.43s: volume label SHAWSHANK_NA_JP
    0m 06.62s: detected blu-ray
    0m 06.62s: drive H
    0m 06.62s: blu-ray type 1
    0m 06.62s: volume label GRAN TORINO
    0m 10.03s: root 0353D610 GRAN TORINO:GRAN TORINO:GRAN TORINO:GRAN TORINO
    0m 10.76s: aacs 1 bd+ 0
    0m 11.78s: got discinfo
    0m 12.37s: got bdmv
    0m 12.43s: got agid 0
    0m 12.73s: sent host cert chal
    0m 12.93s: got drive cert chal
    0m 12.93s: BEC 0
    0m 12.93s: DRIVE_VENDOR 0x0074
    0m 13.48s: got drive key
    0m 13.65s: got host key signature
    0m 13.65s: verified drive signature
    0m 13.67s: verified host signature
    0m 14.31s: sent host signature and key point
    0m 14.31s: got bus key
    0m 14.48s: got volume id
    0m 14.48s: got volume id mac
    0m 14.48s: volume id is correct
    0m 14.48s: got vid
    0m 14.56s: blu-ray 3C372E44778D7BD5A31B7F0934119220EA41A7BB
    0m 15.42s: got vuk
    0m 16.14s: got unit key 1
    0m 23.98s: got extended bdinfo
    0m 23.98s: opened blu-ray
    6m 18.64s: Blu-ray Copy: Main Movie
    6m 18.64s: Source: H:\BDMV\
    6m 18.64s: Playlist: 100
    6m 18.64s: Chapters: 1 -> 30
    6m 18.64s: TotalSize: 28331 MB
    6m 18.67s: SourceSize: 26377 MB
    6m 18.67s: RemoveHDAudio: 0
    6m 18.67s: ProtectedDisc: 0
    6m 18.67s: OutputTarget: BD25
    6m 18.68s: OutputVideo: 1080p/i
    6m 18.73s: Video reencode bitrate (22765 kbps)
    6m 18.73s: compress begin: Blu-ray groups clips(00004.m2ts), playtime(6994779 ms), size(28331 MB)
    6m 18.75s: processing source(00004.m2ts)
    6m 19.23s: using software decoder(vc1 multi-thread)
    6m 20.46s: h264_encode: encode param profile(2) level(41) bitrate(22765)
    24m 34.18s: detected dvd
    24m 34.36s: drive D
    24m 34.36s: dvd type 2
    24m 34.36s: volume label
    29m 48.70s: detected dvd
    29m 48.79s: drive D
    29m 48.79s: dvd type 2
    29m 48.79s: volume label
    327m 12.70s: group(00004.m2ts ) playtime(6994779 ms) source(28331 MB) request(22770 MB) real(22810 MB) bitrate(22765 kbps)
    327m 13.37s: compress finished: groups request(22770 MB, 22770 MB) real(22810 MB) average_bitrate(22765 kbps)

  • #2
    There has been another similar report where the poster was able to work around the problem for now. Use Main Movie BD50 and select the hard drive as the destination (not ISO) then use DVDFab again to make the BD25 ISO you desire.

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    • #3
      Try to burn slower, meaning don't burn the disc as fast as it will handle. In my experience, it's best to burn at half the rate of the stated media, if you're having these stuttering issues using the recommended highest media setting. I used to have these same issues only on DVD media that was burned at 16X on certain players, so I slowed it down to 8X and it solved the issue. On BD-Rs you'll have to come to a happy medium when it comes to burning. I know some people state they can get 6X-8X out of some BD media that is listed as only supported up to 4X - I would not recommend doing this! For my 4X BD media, I stick to 4X and haven't had any problems with playback.
      Last edited by SuperFist; 04-19-2011, 05:30 PM.

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      • #4
        Hi Complication,

        Tried your suggestion. Unfortunately, I have the same result. The video stutters. Is it possible I have a codec issue?

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        • #5
          I did some more testing on this. I ripped the main movie to BD50 to hard disk. This did not involve any compression. I then created an iso on my hard drive of this. I then mounted it and played the video from my hard drive and it played without any video stutter.

          I then used DVDFAB to convert the ripped to hard drive BD50 main movie to a BD25. I then converted BD25 to iso on my hard drive and played. The video stutters . This leads me to believe there is something wrong with the way dvdfab is compressing the BD movies. This has been happening on several of my BD25 movies. Is it possible I have a codec issue?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by rysktkr View Post
            I did some more testing on this. I ripped the main movie to BD50 to hard disk. This did not involve any compression. I then created an iso on my hard drive of this. I then mounted it and played the video from my hard drive and it played without any video stutter.

            I then used DVDFAB to convert the ripped to hard drive BD50 main movie to a BD25. I then converted BD25 to iso on my hard drive and played. The video stutters . This leads me to believe there is something wrong with the way dvdfab is compressing the BD movies. This has been happening on several of my BD25 movies. Is it possible I have a codec issue?
            Have you tried setting all codecs to software?
            For Win7 C:\Users\User Name\My Documents\DVDFab\Log
            or Vista C:\Users\User Name\Documents\DVDFab\Log
            or for XP C:\Documents and Settings\User Name\My Documents\DVDFab\Log
            Please use attachment button and attach your most recent, Internal and Burn log(s)and post right here.

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            • #7
              Yes, have had software codec set this whole time...
              Attached Files

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              • #8
                here is a list of codecs installed on my machine. am i missing the appropriate codec?
                Attached Files

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                • #9
                  I had this issue a couple of times, here is a workaround:

                  - Rip the disc (main movie, BD50) and then compress it to BD25
                  - look for the M2TS file in the "stream" directory and convert it to "TS" with TsMuxer (it's a matter of minutes)
                  - rename the extension of the file obtained from TS to M2TS
                  - stuttering gone....
                  Last edited by EtaBeta; 04-26-2011, 03:21 PM.
                  The length of a film should be directly related to the endurance of the human bladder (Alfred Hitchcock)

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                  • #10
                    Hi etabeta,

                    Unfortunately, this isn't working for me. In tsMuxer I added under stream folder the m2ts file. I then enabled output for "TS muxing". This then created a ts file which renamed to *.m2ts file (moving the old m2ts file to a backup location). I then played on powerdvd and it hung it. Had to kill the process.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by rysktkr View Post
                      I have an issue where recently with DVDFAB where almost all my compressed BD-R movies are exhibiting video stutter. I use DVDFAB to rip and compress to BD-25. Then created iso on hard drive and mounted. I then played via PowerDVD10. The video exhibits stutter. I have seen this on several movies.

                      In order to rule out or in the system, source BD, and PowerDVD player. I ripped the same disk to my hard drive using other software. I then made an iso on the hard drive and mounted it. It played back fine without any issues.

                      2011-04-19 08:07:52 ---- ******************** Log session stop 19-Apr 08:07:52.372 PID 8648********************
                      2011-04-19 08:04:40 Info Current Drive selected : 1:0:0 - TSSTcorp CDDVDW SH-S203B SB04 [E] (Ide)
                      2011-04-19 08:04:40 Info Using Advanced SPTI interface
                      2011-04-19 08:04:40 Info System default language : English (United States)
                      2011-04-19 08:04:40 Info User default language : English (United States)
                      2011-04-19 08:04:40 Info DLL Version : 4.0.15.480
                      2011-04-19 08:04:40 Info DLL : C:\Program Files\DVDFab 8\vso_hwe.dll
                      2011-04-19 08:04:40 Info Version : 8, 0, 8, 5
                      2011-04-19 08:04:40 Info ExeName : C:\Program Files\DVDFab 8\DVDFab.exe
                      2011-04-19 08:04:40 Info OS : Microsoft Windows XP Professional (Build 2600: Service Pack 3)
                      2011-04-19 08:04:40 ---- ******************** Log session start 19-Apr 08:04:40.684 PID 8648********************

                      DVDFab 8.0.8.5 (2011/04/15 14:17:02)

                      0m 01.76s: option dvd2dvd 1 dvd2mobile 1 bluray2bluray 1 bd2mobile 1 bd23d 1 bd2dvd 1 file2mobile 1 filemover 1
                      0m 05.43s: detected blu-ray
                      0m 05.43s: drive D
                      0m 05.43s: blu-ray type 1
                      0m 05.43s: volume label SHAWSHANK_NA_JP
                      0m 06.62s: detected blu-ray
                      0m 06.62s: drive H
                      0m 06.62s: blu-ray type 1
                      0m 06.62s: volume label GRAN TORINO
                      0m 10.03s: root 0353D610 GRAN TORINO:GRAN TORINO:GRAN TORINO:GRAN TORINO
                      0m 10.76s: aacs 1 bd+ 0
                      0m 11.78s: got discinfo
                      0m 12.37s: got bdmv
                      0m 12.43s: got agid 0
                      0m 12.73s: sent host cert chal
                      0m 12.93s: got drive cert chal
                      0m 12.93s: BEC 0
                      0m 12.93s: DRIVE_VENDOR 0x0074
                      0m 13.48s: got drive key
                      0m 13.65s: got host key signature
                      0m 13.65s: verified drive signature
                      0m 13.67s: verified host signature
                      0m 14.31s: sent host signature and key point
                      0m 14.31s: got bus key
                      0m 14.48s: got volume id
                      0m 14.48s: got volume id mac
                      0m 14.48s: volume id is correct
                      0m 14.48s: got vid
                      0m 14.56s: blu-ray 3C372E44778D7BD5A31B7F0934119220EA41A7BB
                      0m 15.42s: got vuk
                      0m 16.14s: got unit key 1
                      0m 23.98s: got extended bdinfo
                      0m 23.98s: opened blu-ray
                      6m 18.64s: Blu-ray Copy: Main Movie
                      6m 18.64s: Source: H:\BDMV\
                      6m 18.64s: Playlist: 100
                      6m 18.64s: Chapters: 1 -> 30
                      6m 18.64s: TotalSize: 28331 MB
                      6m 18.67s: SourceSize: 26377 MB
                      6m 18.67s: RemoveHDAudio: 0
                      6m 18.67s: ProtectedDisc: 0
                      6m 18.67s: OutputTarget: BD25
                      6m 18.68s: OutputVideo: 1080p/i
                      6m 18.73s: Video reencode bitrate (22765 kbps)
                      6m 18.73s: compress begin: Blu-ray groups clips(00004.m2ts), playtime(6994779 ms), size(28331 MB)
                      6m 18.75s: processing source(00004.m2ts)
                      6m 19.23s: using software decoder(vc1 multi-thread)
                      6m 20.46s: h264_encode: encode param profile(2) level(41) bitrate(22765)
                      24m 34.18s: detected dvd
                      24m 34.36s: drive D
                      24m 34.36s: dvd type 2
                      24m 34.36s: volume label
                      29m 48.70s: detected dvd
                      29m 48.79s: drive D
                      29m 48.79s: dvd type 2
                      29m 48.79s: volume label
                      327m 12.70s: group(00004.m2ts ) playtime(6994779 ms) source(28331 MB) request(22770 MB) real(22810 MB) bitrate(22765 kbps)
                      327m 13.37s: compress finished: groups request(22770 MB, 22770 MB) real(22810 MB) average_bitrate(22765 kbps)
                      what are the stats of your computer?
                      For Win7 C:\Users\User Name\My Documents\DVDFab\Log
                      or Vista C:\Users\User Name\Documents\DVDFab\Log
                      or for XP C:\Documents and Settings\User Name\My Documents\DVDFab\Log
                      Please use attachment button and attach your most recent, Internal and Burn log(s)and post right here.

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                      • #12
                        I assume this is what you are asking for?

                        System Information

                        Operating System Information
                        ----------------------------
                        Operating System Microsoft Windows XP
                        Operating System Version Version 5.1 (Build 2600)
                        Computer Name MYPC

                        BIOS Information
                        ----------------
                        BIOS Date 06/18/09
                        BIOS String 1 GBT - 42302e31
                        BIOS String 2 Award Modular BIOS v6.00PG

                        CPU (Processor) Information
                        ---------------------------
                        CPU Speed (Calculated) 2.40GHz
                        CPU Type Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad CPU Q6600 @ 2.40GHz
                        CPU (Processor) Family 6, Model 15, Stepping 11
                        Vendor Name Intel
                        CPU Features FPU, MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, HTT, SSSE3, EST
                        Number of CPUs: 4
                        CPU 0 speed: (Registry) ~2400MHz
                        CPU 1 speed: (Registry) ~2400MHz
                        CPU 2 speed: (Registry) ~2400MHz
                        CPU 3 speed: (Registry) ~2400MHz
                        CPU L2 Cache Size 4096KB

                        Video Card Information
                        ----------------------
                        Video Version Version 5.71.22.42.01
                        Video Date 08/25/06
                        Screen Resolution 1920 x 1200

                        Memory Information
                        ------------------
                        Memory in use 67%
                        Total physical memory 3.50GB
                        Free available physical memory 1.14GB
                        Total paging file 1.95GB
                        Total virtual memory 2.00GB
                        Free available virtual memory 1.94GB
                        Free extended memory 0.00B

                        Partitions Information
                        ----------------------
                        Drive C: () (NTFS) free space 83.40GB
                        Drive G: (300GB) (NTFS) free space 64.41GB
                        Drive I: (750GB) (NTFS) free space 254.40GB

                        Optical Drives
                        --------------
                        Drive D: MJYXILW 05QZWTEJO5 Firmware 1.03
                        Drive E: TSSTcorp CDDVDW SH-S203B Firmware SB04
                        Drive H: HL-DT-ST BD-RE GGW-H20L Firmware YL05

                        Other Drives
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