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10 minutes ago, Djoss said:

In MakeMKV, the destination must be set to something under "/output".  By default, this should be the location MakeMKV choose.

Sure... Give the correct answer simply because you know what you're doing 🤬

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I'm not able to download the SDF file which I believe is preventing me from ripping UHD discs. It says "Automatic SDF downloading is disabled or failed". What can I do to fix this?

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5 hours ago, lomaine said:

I'm not able to download the SDF file which I believe is preventing me from ripping UHD discs. It says "Automatic SDF downloading is disabled or failed". What can I do to fix this?

In MakeMKV settings, do you have “Allow contacting web server” enabled?

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I am having trouble getting it to recognize I have a disk in the drive. I have the Extra Parameters included and the drive is being seen, but no disks. However, today I was able to get a disk to successfully rip once I reinstalled the docker. After 1 rip it does not recognize disks anymore. Included are my settings. Any suggestions are appreciated!

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If you re-insert the same disc, is it recognized?  Did you try to just restart the container to see if this help?

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7 minutes ago, rvlution said:

Restarted multiple times, and just now put the same disc in to no avail.

You can look at the container's log to make sure that the devices didn't change.

If not, then maybe this thread could help: https://www.makemkv.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=19590

If you look at the MakeMKV forum, there are a couple instances of people reporting this error.

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3 hours ago, rvlution said:

I won't be able to try again for a few days but I'll check the log.

You forgot to add = after device and before the /dev/sgX part

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3 hours ago, saarg said:

You forgot to add = after device and before the /dev/sgX part

If I have a minute tonight I'll make that change. Thanks!

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On 11/6/2019 at 1:59 AM, saarg said:

You forgot to add = after device and before the /dev/sgX part

I can't seem to input this correctly, am I missing something?

 

UPDATE: So I tried turning off automatic disc ripper and it immediately recognized the first disc I tried. Are there settings with that I may have not configured correctly? Thanks again for the help, this all new territory to me.

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13 hours ago, rvlution said:

I can't seem to input this correctly, am I missing something?

 

UPDATE: So I tried turning off automatic disc ripper and it immediately recognized the first disc I tried. Are there settings with that I may have not configured correctly? Thanks again for the help, this all new territory to me.

Ah, with the automatic disc ripper turned on, a disc is automatically ripped when inserted.  So you cannot use the UI at the same time...

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1 minute ago, Djoss said:

Ah, with the automatic disc ripper turned on, a disc is automatically ripped when inserted.  So you cannot use the UI at the same time...

It still didn't seem to recognize I had anything in the drive even outside of the gui. However, I'm perfectly fine taking the extra step of pulling up the gui.

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1 minute ago, rvlution said:

It still didn't seem to recognize I had anything in the drive even outside of the gui. However, I'm perfectly fine taking the extra step of pulling up the gui.

The container's log is the place to look to see what happening with the automatic disc ripper.

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@Djoss, Is there a way to get the autoripper to set the output directory based on the disc type? 

i.e. 

DVD -> /output/DVD/

BR -> /output/BR/

UHD -> /output/UHD/

 

I'm trying to use your handbrake docker as well to automate the process but I don't really want to apply a blanket preset for all content but rather have one for DVDs, one for BR, and one for UHD.  I figure I can use the multiple watch folder option with handbrake but I still need a way to sort the incoming files by origin type.

 

Thanks and really appreciate the work!

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is anyone seeing speed issues? I have it setup and installed, its seeing the disc, but its super slow, I think its showing 9 hours to complete

 

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On 1/19/2020 at 2:47 PM, wesman said:

is anyone seeing speed issues? I have it setup and installed, its seeing the disc, but its super slow, I think its showing 9 hours to complete

 

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Did you exposed 2 devices for your reader?  If not, look at the container's log to see which one is missing.

Also, make sure you didn't selected a CC (closed caption) track.

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On 1/20/2020 at 7:25 PM, Djoss said:

Did you exposed 2 devices for your reader?  If not, look at the container's log to see which one is missing.

Also, make sure you didn't selected a CC (closed caption) track.

Two devices? I only have the one Bluray Drive, --device=/dev/sr0 is the only thing in Extra Parameters, is there suppose to be a second?

By CC, do you mean the PGS file?

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On 1/20/2020 at 7:25 PM, Djoss said:

Did you exposed 2 devices for your reader?  If not, look at the container's log to see which one is missing.

Also, make sure you didn't selected a CC (closed caption) track.

I attached the log, I am still only seeing .3x copy time or less, which results in a 10 hour copy time. 

 

which device am I missing?

 

MakeMKV_Log.rtf

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22 hours ago, wesman said:

I attached the log, I am still only seeing .3x copy time or less, which results in a 10 hour copy time. 

 

which device am I missing?

 

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The same BluRay drive has 2 linux devices associated to it.  In your log, you can see the following log:

 

[cont-init.d] 95-check-optical-drive.sh: found optical drive [/dev/sr0, /dev/sg0], group 19.

 

/dev/sr0 and /dev/sg0 are the 2 devices that normally need to be exposed.  However, the container doesn't complain about any missing devices... are you running the container in privileged mode?

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On 1/26/2020 at 9:57 AM, wesman said:

By CC, do you mean the PGS file?

No, CC is a type of track where MakeMKV will try to extract subtitle from the video itself, which can have a significant impact on the extraction speed.

 

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