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  • Can't play ripped MKV Passthrough videos of Gilligan's Island - Season One

    I've started ripping my video collection using MKV passthrough. Everything I've ripped plays in Windows Media Player using Shark007 codecs. I recently started ripping Gilligan's Island - Season One and the rips won't play? WMP opens but the video doesn't start. Thinking maybe a setting was changed or something, I ripped a disc from another DVD and it worked fine. Just wondering if anyone's ever experienced this? Don't think it's a WMP issue as everything else works fine. It's just rips from this set. Thanks for any help.

  • Mona
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    Originally posted by Kusaywa View Post
    Here are the files, I hope it's what you want. The Gilligan example I sent has 2 audio tracks but those with one do the same thing?
    Hi, from the log file, it seems you were using DVDFab 9.3.1.2 (2018/10/29 16:29:39), please download DVDFab 11 to have a try.

    You can download DVDFab 11 at:
    --32-bit version of DVDFab:
    https://www.dvdfab.cn/mlink/download.php?g=DVDFAB11
    --64-bit version of DVDFab:
    https://www.dvdfab.cn/mlink/download.php?g=DVDFAB11_x64

    Please try and feedback with the latest log file, thank you.

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  • Kusaywa
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    Here are the files, I hope it's what you want. The Gilligan example I sent has 2 audio tracks but those with one do the same thing?
    Attached Files

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  • signals
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    Please take the following steps to provide more information:
    1) attach the DVDFab internal log session generated by one of the Gilligan discs
    2) Obtain the free tool MediaInfo if you don't have it and scan one of the non-playing MKVs with it and attach the text file output to a post.
    3) possibly try a different player, such as DVDFab Player 5 or VLC and report any error messages

    Instructions for attaching log or other text files: http://forum.dvdfab.cn/showpost.php?...40&postcount=5

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