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Ticket #444 (closed task: fixed)

Opened 4 years ago

Last modified 4 years ago

Cannot play mounted ISO

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Priority: blocker Milestone: Burnstation Prototype
Component: Transcoding Severity:
Keywords: Cc:
Who will test this: Grant

Description

I downloaded an ISO from  http://testing.plumi.org, burnt it using disk utility on mac but I cannot get Mac DVD Player or VLC to play it.

DVD Player says Supported Disc Not Available and VLC gives the error below.

Has anyone tried playing a burnt disk on a computer or DVD player?

main debug: Activated main debug: rebuilding array of current - root Playlist main debug: rebuild done - 0 items, index -1 main debug: looking for services probe module: 5 candidates main debug: no services probe module matching "any" could be loaded main debug: TIMER module_need() : 123.102 ms - Total 123.102 ms / 1 intvls (Avg 123.102 ms) macosx debug: using Snow Leopard AR cookies macosx debug: notification received in VLC with name VLCOSXGUIInit and object VLCEyeTVSupport main debug: looking for services probe module: 5 candidates main debug: no services probe module matching "any" could be loaded main debug: TIMER module_need() : 4.185 ms - Total 4.185 ms / 1 intvls (Avg 4.185 ms) main debug: adding item `CDROM' (  dvdnav:///dev/rdisk1 ) main debug: rebuilding array of current - root Playlist main debug: rebuild done - 1 items, index -1 main debug: processing request item CDROM node Playlist skip 0 main debug: resyncing on CDROM main debug: CDROM is at 0 main debug: starting new item main debug: creating new input thread main debug: Creating an input for 'CDROM' main debug: thread (input) created at priority 22 (input/input.c:214) main debug: thread started main debug: using timeshift granularity of 50 MiB main debug: using timeshift path '/tmp' main debug: dvdnav:///dev/rdisk1' gives access dvdnav' demux ' path /dev/rdisk1' main debug: creating demux: access='dvdnav' demux= path='/dev/rdisk1' main debug: looking for access_demux module: 1 candidate macosx debug: input has changed, refreshing interface dvdnav warning: cannot open dvdnav main debug: no access_demux module matching "dvdnav" could be loaded main debug: TIMER module_need() : 5035.376 ms - Total 5035.376 ms / 1 intvls (Avg 5035.376 ms) main debug: creating access 'dvdnav' path='/dev/rdisk1' main debug: looking for access module: 0 candidates main debug: no access module matched "dvdnav" main debug: TIMER module_need() : 0.206 ms - Total 0.206 ms / 1 intvls (Avg 0.206 ms) main error: open of ` dvdnav:///dev/rdisk1' failed: (null) main debug: thread ended main debug: dead input main debug: changing item without a request (current 0/1) main debug: nothing to play macosx debug: input has stopped, refreshing interface main debug: TIMER input launching for 'CDROM' : 5118.482 ms - Total 5118.482 ms / 1 intvls (Avg 5118.482 ms)

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comment:1 Changed 4 years ago by mike

I've tried burning it with brasero on Ubuntu and playing it on various players on ubuntu and Windows without any issues. Can you try burning another disc, and if that doesn't work maybe with another disc burner?

comment:2 Changed 4 years ago by and

I tried again with a new ISO and used the mac software "Burn" instead. It plays on the DVD player (though a couple of videos didn't seem to transcode correctly). I still got an error trying to play in on my computer in both VLC and Mac DVD Player. From reading the log below it sounds like a menu issue. Thoughts?

main debug: Activated main debug: rebuilding array of current - root Playlist main debug: rebuild done - 0 items, index -1 main debug: looking for services probe module: 5 candidates main debug: no services probe module matching "any" could be loaded main debug: TIMER module_need() : 117.340 ms - Total 117.340 ms / 1 intvls (Avg 117.340 ms) macosx debug: using Snow Leopard AR cookies macosx debug: notification received in VLC with name VLCOSXGUIInit and object VLCEyeTVSupport main debug: looking for services probe module: 5 candidates main debug: no services probe module matching "any" could be loaded main debug: TIMER module_need() : 4.332 ms - Total 4.332 ms / 1 intvls (Avg 4.332 ms) main debug: adding item `CDROM' (  dvdnav:///dev/rdisk1 ) main debug: rebuilding array of current - root Playlist main debug: rebuild done - 1 items, index -1 main debug: processing request item CDROM node Playlist skip 0 main debug: resyncing on CDROM main debug: CDROM is at 0 main debug: starting new item main debug: creating new input thread main debug: Creating an input for 'CDROM' main debug: thread (input) created at priority 22 (input/input.c:214) main debug: thread started main debug: using timeshift granularity of 50 MiB main debug: using timeshift path '/tmp' main debug: dvdnav:///dev/rdisk1' gives access dvdnav' demux ' path /dev/rdisk1' main debug: creating demux: access='dvdnav' demux= path='/dev/rdisk1' main debug: looking for access_demux module: 1 candidate macosx debug: input has changed, refreshing interface dvdnav warning: cannot open dvdnav main debug: no access_demux module matching "dvdnav" could be loaded main debug: TIMER module_need() : 169.021 ms - Total 169.021 ms / 1 intvls (Avg 169.021 ms) main debug: creating access 'dvdnav' path='/dev/rdisk1' main debug: looking for access module: 0 candidates main debug: no access module matched "dvdnav" main debug: TIMER module_need() : 0.276 ms - Total 0.276 ms / 1 intvls (Avg 0.276 ms) main error: open of ` dvdnav:///dev/rdisk1' failed: (null) main debug: thread ended main debug: dead input main debug: changing item without a request (current 0/1) main debug: nothing to play macosx debug: input has stopped, refreshing interface main debug: TIMER input launching for 'CDROM' : 251.420 ms - Total 251.420 ms / 1 intvls (Avg 251.420 ms)

comment:3 Changed 4 years ago by grant

  • Status changed from new to closed
  • Resolution set to fixed
  • Who will test this changed from And to Grant

All worked for me. I created an ISO with 4 videos in it, downloaded it and played it with VLC on my linux laptop. Worked fine although the menu displayed for a bit and then it played all the videos as one movie with no chapters.

Burnt the DVD and although it didn't play on my Mac laptop it worked fine on my DVD player. The menu showed all 4 videos, I could select which one I wanted, it would play and then it would return to the menu.

Some minor issues with screen size (video seemed to big to fit my screen - the edges weren't shown) but otherwise it's fine to go live.

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