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    Default Speedier Blu-Ray Ripping?

    Just wondering if there's any way to speed up these 70+ min Blu-Ray rips using AnyDVD HD and it's ripper, or ImgBurn, with a Pioneer BDC-202. I've not found any hacked firmwares for this drive but shouldn't it be possible to read/rip faster than this, just like the hacked firmwares for DVD drives sped the rips up considerably?

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    If you have Daemon tools installed that will slow it down as it also installs the SPTD driver
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    I've completely gotten rid of Daemon tools after Virtual Clone Drive started working with MyMovies so that's not it.

    I'm looking up the BDC-202 specs and they say the read on Blu-Ray disc Dual Layer is only 2x, single layer is 5x. Maybe it'll never get faster because 2x is the fastest it can read? I see a ton of newer drives on newegg that say they read up to 6x on BRD DL media, however, I've never seen anyone say they've ripped Blu-Ray faster than about 70 min. Is this possible?

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    I find it depends on the disc, but the standard firmware on an LG I can get between 10-15MB/s, on the Pioneer Reader I have around 10MB/s.
    I also find the Pioneer drive a lot less reliable, I find with some discs that they either won't rip or rip extremely slow(less than 1MB/s), stick the disc into the LG and it rips straight away at much faster speeds
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    Quote Originally Posted by thebasa View Post
    I've completely gotten rid of Daemon tools
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    I would recommend the Sony BWU-300S. It's the fastest BD-ROM DL ripper I have seen.




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    SPTD driver slows down AnyDVD, nero verify runs fine, therefore your statements are a bit wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blazkowicz View Post
    SPTD driver slows down AnyDVD, nero verify runs fine, therefore your statements are a bit wrong.
    Not when I tested it a while back, using nero 7 or 8 and the pioneer drive with SPTD installed the ripping speed was definitely slower than without it installed. Haven't tried Nero 9 as I wouldn't waste any more money on something that does less than the previous version

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    Quote Originally Posted by skypx View Post
    I would recommend the Sony BWU-300S. It's the fastest BD-ROM DL ripper I have seen.
    That's a nice drive. I heard there were problems with the software for this drive under Vista 64. What OS are you running?

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    Well guaranteed SPTD is not my issue. I think my BDC-202 is just limited to 2x read on all these new 50GB BRD DL media. 26:52 is amazing. 8x drives must be where it's at. The next best thing is like around 45-55min with the 6x LG ones.

    On drive firmwares, I'm surprised to not see them around for BD-ROMs on rpc1 or tdb. Does Blu-Ray not have stuff like RipLock that would limit read even if it could read faster? I would've thought they would've done everything they could to prevent ripping? Maybe they think the file size is prevention enough?

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