VH 2012-06-16 Phoenix Blu Ray (PhxHorn2)

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June 21, 2013 at 9:43 pm Quote #26803

rockphantom
(145)

Howdy,

I posted this on the torrent thread over at DIME.
However, I was hoping one of my fellow VHT members could help me out.

Does anyone get the following message on their Playstation 3 during the first verse of RWTD “this is an invalid disc 80029906″ ?

My PS3 then goes black and takes me back to the system menu.
I tried to play tracks further in the setlist and received the same message.

I will admit that shortly after beginning the torrent (after downloading roughly five percent), I decided to move it to an external drive with more available space. I copied the directory and resumed from the external with no problems. Could this have corrupted the file structure?

Each file included in the torrent passed the MD5 verification prior to burning.
Input would be appreciated.

Thank You!

Checksum file ‘\Blu-Ray\Van Halen – Phoenix, AZ 2013-06-16 Blu-Ray multicam\checksum.md5′

Line 01: file ‘Info.txt.txt’ verified ok (checksum matches).
Line 02: file ‘BDMV\index.bdmv’ verified ok (checksum matches).
Line 03: file ‘BDMV\MovieObject.bdmv’ verified ok (checksum matches).
Line 04: file ‘BDMV\BACKUP\index.bdmv’ verified ok (checksum matches).
Line 05: file ‘BDMV\BACKUP\MovieObject.bdmv’ verified ok (checksum matches).
Line 06: file ‘BDMV\BACKUP\CLIPINF0000.clpi’ verified ok (checksum matches).
Line 07: file ‘BDMV\BACKUP\CLIPINF0001.clpi’ verified ok (checksum matches).
Line 08: file ‘BDMV\BACKUP\CLIPINF0002.clpi’ verified ok (checksum matches).
Line 09: file ‘BDMV\BACKUP\CLIPINF0003.clpi’ verified ok (checksum matches).
Line 10: file ‘BDMV\BACKUP\CLIPINF0004.clpi’ verified ok (checksum matches).
Line 11: file ‘BDMV\BACKUP\CLIPINF0005.clpi’ verified ok (checksum matches).
Line 12: file ‘BDMV\BACKUP\PLAYLIST0000.mpls’ verified ok (checksum matches).
Line 13: file ‘BDMV\BACKUP\PLAYLIST0001.mpls’ verified ok (checksum matches).
Line 14: file ‘BDMV\BACKUP\PLAYLIST0002.mpls’ verified ok (checksum matches).
Line 15: file ‘BDMV\BACKUP\PLAYLIST0003.mpls’ verified ok (checksum matches).
Line 16: file ‘BDMV\BACKUP\PLAYLIST0004.mpls’ verified ok (checksum matches).
Line 17: file ‘BDMV\BACKUP\PLAYLIST0005.mpls’ verified ok (checksum matches).
Line 18: file ‘BDMV\CLIPINF0000.clpi’ verified ok (checksum matches).
Line 19: file ‘BDMV\CLIPINF0001.clpi’ verified ok (checksum matches).
Line 20: file ‘BDMV\CLIPINF0002.clpi’ verified ok (checksum matches).
Line 21: file ‘BDMV\CLIPINF0003.clpi’ verified ok (checksum matches).
Line 22: file ‘BDMV\CLIPINF0004.clpi’ verified ok (checksum matches).
Line 23: file ‘BDMV\CLIPINF0005.clpi’ verified ok (checksum matches).
Line 24: file ‘BDMV\PLAYLIST0000.mpls’ verified ok (checksum matches).
Line 25: file ‘BDMV\PLAYLIST0001.mpls’ verified ok (checksum matches).
Line 26: file ‘BDMV\PLAYLIST0002.mpls’ verified ok (checksum matches).
Line 27: file ‘BDMV\PLAYLIST0003.mpls’ verified ok (checksum matches).
Line 28: file ‘BDMV\PLAYLIST0004.mpls’ verified ok (checksum matches).
Line 29: file ‘BDMV\PLAYLIST0005.mpls’ verified ok (checksum matches).
Line 30: file ‘BDMV\STREAM0000.m2ts’ verified ok (checksum matches).
Line 31: file ‘BDMV\STREAM0001.m2ts’ verified ok (checksum matches).
Line 32: file ‘BDMV\STREAM0002.m2ts’ verified ok (checksum matches).
Line 33: file ‘BDMV\STREAM0003.m2ts’ verified ok (checksum matches).
Line 34: file ‘BDMV\STREAM0004.m2ts’ verified ok (checksum matches).
Line 35: file ‘BDMV\STREAM0005.m2ts’ verified ok (checksum matches).

No errors occured.


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June 21, 2013 at 10:02 pm Quote #26805

steecoe
(1960)

Yup Same problem. Same error on the PS3. Cant even watch the file on the computer passed the begininng of RWTD. The disc in the drive isnt recognized on the computer.


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June 21, 2013 at 10:07 pm Quote #26806

rockphantom
(145)

Steecoe, thank you for the quick response.
I thought my 4 year old PS3 was going tits up!
You’ve saved me some grief tonight.

I can’t watch the Phoenix disc on my PC either.
Hopefully, the author will be able to resolve the issue for us.
I’d hate to think I downloaded 21+ GB of data for nothing.

Thank you for all you’ve done for the Van Halen community!

:)


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June 21, 2013 at 10:13 pm Quote #26807

steecoe
(1960)

Quite disappointing, I had put the disc in the PS3 a couple hours ago, & the kids just fell asleep I was about to start watching this & saw your post!!

I am worried we did in fact downlaod it for nothing!


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June 21, 2013 at 10:19 pm Quote #26808

rockphantom
(145)

On the bright side, at least our PS3s aren’t to blame.
I was worried that my PS3 was dying and that I’d have to replace it just before the Playstation 4 hits the market.

https://www.google.com/search?q=ps3%20this%20is%20an%20invalid%20disc%2080029906


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June 21, 2013 at 10:59 pm Quote #26810

KISSMAD
(455)

I burned the disc with Imgburn and played it on my stand alone BD player. At 7:52 the disc freezes and after about 30 seconds or so it resumes at 48 minutes, the end of Pretty woman!


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June 21, 2013 at 11:09 pm Quote #26811

mcs5150
(1095)

Does it play properly just viewing the files on a PC?

I see that steecoe mentions that it cannot.


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June 21, 2013 at 11:10 pm Quote #26812

rockphantom
(145)

Nope, the file set is FUBAR’d.

Here is the error that VLC gave me when I tried to play the downloaded files.

No suitable decoder module:
VLC does not support the audio or video format “undf”. Unfortunately there is no way for you to fix this.


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June 21, 2013 at 11:20 pm Quote #26814

mcs5150
(1095)

I could never get the Phoenix DVD9 to burn properly either. Considering my ratio is dropping fast at DIME, I am glad I did not download the blu-ray. But it does suck for everybody that did.


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June 22, 2013 at 2:05 am Quote #26822

KISSMAD
(455)

Just posted on Dime by the uploader/author

“#6006679 by PhxHorn2 at 2013-06-22 06:01:44 GMT
[avatar inaccessible] Hmmm, this is my first Blu-ray but, but the original disc burned by DVD Architect works just fine for me. Whatever the problem was, it must have happened during the process of creating the torrent with TLH. I’ll look into fixing the torrent tomorrow (Saturday). If you have not completed the download, I suggest you stop the download for now. My apologies to anyone experiencing problems.”


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June 22, 2013 at 2:59 am Quote #26823

zr1fevr
(154)

jroundy: You do realize that because you have uploaded so much, that you’re making it difficult for others to upload, therefore you’re killing their ratio.

Well, I started the download, checked it many hours later & I had downloaded 73%, but had uploaded 117GB, 6.5 ratio. What am I supposed to do? Not finish downloading it? My footage is the main one used, I was excited to see a BluRay multi cam of it. When I was finished, I jumped off. I used to have a .98 ratio, I stay on torrents, but I am not upping much sometimes. Thus I dropped to .78.
I know what your saying, happens to me all the time.


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June 22, 2013 at 6:16 am Quote #26831

KISSMAD
(455)

The torrent has been banned from Dime!


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June 22, 2013 at 9:24 am Quote #26836

jroundy
(1389)

zr1fevr: Well, I started the download, checked it many hours later & I had downloaded 73%, but had uploaded 117GB, 6.5 ratio. What am I supposed to do? Not finish downloading it? My footage is the main one used, I was excited to see a BluRay multi cam of it. When I was finished, I jumped off. I used to have a .98 ratio, I stay on torrents, but I am not upping much sometimes. Thus I dropped to .78. I know what your saying, happens to me all the time.

You can limit your upload speed on uTorrent, and most likely other torrent programs. My point was that you were basically eating all the food at the table, and leaving scraps behind for the rest of us.

I suspect most people that are doing this, are unaware that by uploading so much, the are making it impossible for others to upload their fair share.

I just took a big hit on my ratio, by downloading this piece of crap that doesn’t work. Fortunately, I had built up my trading ratio by seeding old torrents for many months.


The poor folks play for keeps down here…They’re the living dead. Nobody rules these streets at night like Van Halen!!


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June 22, 2013 at 9:33 am Quote #26837

rockphantom
(145)

I’ve emailed the DIME Mod Desk and requested that the “fixed” Phoenix Blu torrent be made free leech for those of us who were burned on the first go round. If the new torrent is not free leech, we’ll have to upload 43.10GB each just to get to 1.0 over both 21.55GB torrents. My fingers are crossed.


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June 22, 2013 at 11:03 am Quote #26840

rockphantom
(145)

Well, my hopes for a free leech for the ‘fixed’ VH Phoenix Blu-Ray have been dashed.
Check out this reply from one of the DIME moderators.

“Milan,

The software doesn’t allow for a single torrent to be “free leech” — if, the setting is valid for all torrents, sorry.

Best,

jupiter2101, DIME Mod”

Perhaps, we should set up a vine/tree for the “fixed” Phoenix Blu-Ray (if it ever surfaces)…

Milan


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