Opened 14 years ago

Closed 14 years ago

#2628 closed defect (wontfix)

Import DVD fails when quality set to "good"

Reported by: james6.0@… Owned by: Anduin Withers
Priority: minor Milestone: unknown
Component: mythdvd Version: 0.20
Severity: medium Keywords:
Cc: Ticket locked: no

Description

DVD import seems to be failing when the quality is set to "good". I have no problems with "perfect" or "ISO Copy", but when set to "good", it always fails, I have tried with multiple DVDs (I tried ripping a chapter approximately 1m30s long, and it failed quickly.

The contents of mtd.log relating to this issue are as follows:

14:59:15: DVD inserted: SNAKESKIN 14:59:15: : Title 1 is of type 6 (dvdinput table) 14:59:15: : Title 2 is of type 8 (dvdinput table) 14:59:15: : Title 3 is of type 8 (dvdinput table) 14:59:15: : Title 4 is of type 8 (dvdinput table) 14:59:15: : Title 5 is of type 8 (dvdinput table) 14:59:28: launching job: job dvd 1 1 9 0 -1 /home/mediapc/Video/SNAKESKIN 14:59:28: transcode command will be: transcode -i /var/lib/mythdvd/temp/SNAKESKIN/vob/ -g 720x576 -f 0,3 -M 1 -V -j 0,16,0,16 -B 5,0 -y xvid -w 1618 -o /home/mediapc/Video/SNAKESKIN.avi --print_status 20 --color 0 14:59:28: job thread beginning to rip dvd title 15:01:00: Error: Couldn't write blocks during a rip. Filesystem size exceeded? Disc full? 15:01:03: job failed: job dvd 1 1 9 0 -1 /home/mediapc/Video/SNAKESKIN

I have 28GB of disk space availible, so I doubt disk space is the issue.

Change History (2)

comment:1 Changed 14 years ago by james6.0@…

Forgot to add, failure generally happens about 30% through the ripping process

comment:2 Changed 14 years ago by Anduin Withers

Resolution: wontfix
Status: newclosed

This happens when cur_output_size is zero. The error message isn't very helpful but it wasn't going to work anyway. The information telling mtd the next vobu is corrupt; mtd currently doesn't attempt to workaround this (it could look at the global vobu map, though to lose less it could also try the same offset as most of the previous packets).

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