interesting, I dont think it did eject cwt. but it said all was done. mine is a panasonic external drive.
as a matter of fact by default img burn did run to start with and came back with the disc being copy protected or copy righted or something, so anyways I moved across to dvdfab which I use normally anyways.
will check mediainfo - where is that to check ? I'll check the dvdfab version. the whole process took about 2 hours ! so not sure what the go was. I suspect something with disney discs. I tried ripping the disney jungle book DVD again some time earlier for my daughter and dvdfab said could not rip the entire disc as normally do. So did a custom and selected parts of it. Didnt rip properly, next time will try just the movie see if that works ! might try just the movie on the lady & tramp blu-ray as well. seems such a waste of time overall !
I only paid for the bd ripper Al so just use the free fab hd decrypter to make the bd folder then Ive rigged it to make an iso from it with imgburn automatically . The external plextor just pops its lid when the 1st bd folder part is done.
Sounds like you have an auto action programmed if it opens imgburn when you put a disc in .Ive fixed my windows7 laptop the same to do various programs depending on cd/dvd etc ;cd's go straight to db poweramp to make flacs for the oppo . Some types ive selected 'no action' because of drm as you struck
Try doing a full disc bd folder then use m'info ;http://mediainfo.sou...net/en/Download
to make sure you have what you need before using imgburn or similar .
It sounds like you have the full bd copy subset so if you havent tried it and want to 1/2 the file size; go into the general settings and tick bd25 instead of 50; I did this to the green hornet3d bd and the epson made its iso look as good as the 43gb full iso
Ive read of problems at the fab forum with dvd ripper ;straight decrypting without reencoding is much more reliable and a lot quicker ;my dual core 2.3ghz laptop can take 6hrs with dxva encoding to shrink and convert say a vc1 to an avc file .. If the disc is put in my disc drive I point mediainfo at it and its size determines whether I use passthrough for speed or shrink the file with audiocopy .