Batman 4k 1989 correct playlist?

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Unibrowser
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Batman 4k 1989 correct playlist?

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Shows 801 and 800 playlists. Not sure which is correct. (Retail box set version)
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Woodstock
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Re: Batman 4k 1989 correct playlist?

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Probably 00800 if you want English. You'll find that the titles and credits are in different languages between the two.
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jayper
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Re: Batman 4k 1989 correct playlist?

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My workflow is as follows with UHD discs and it has been super helpful to determine the correct playlist in situations like this:

- Do a full decrypted folder back-up of the disc
- Open the folder back up in MakeMKV
- Find the two or three largest titles
- Review the "Title Information" in the right-hand panel for all of the titles
- Compare the "Segment Map" numbers and look for differences between the titles (Example: One title shows 55,60,61 and the other shows 55,59,61)
- In your OS file explorer, open the folder which contains your full disc back-up
- Navigate to the "BDMV" folder, and then to the "Stream" folder
- Open the two differing .m2ts files (59 & 60 from the example above) and review them in VLC or another video player
- This will show you exactly what is different between the two playlists. As Woodstock mentioned, it is often a difference in which languages are printed on-screen
- Then use MakeMKV to process your backed-up folder and create you MKV by selecting the title that has the language you prefer.

Hope that helps.
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Esch30
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Re: Batman 4k 1989 correct playlist?

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jayper wrote:
Sat Dec 21, 2019 4:04 am
My workflow is as follows with UHD discs and it has been super helpful to determine the correct playlist in situations like this:

- Do a full decrypted folder back-up of the disc
- Open the folder back up in MakeMKV
- Find the two or three largest titles
- Review the "Title Information" in the right-hand panel for all of the titles
- Compare the "Segment Map" numbers and look for differences between the titles (Example: One title shows 55,60,61 and the other shows 55,59,61)
- In your OS file explorer, open the folder which contains your full disc back-up
- Navigate to the "BDMV" folder, and then to the "Stream" folder
- Open the two differing .m2ts files (50 & 50 from the example above) and review them in VLC or another video player
- This will show you exactly what is different between the two playlists. As Woodstock mentioned, it is often a difference in which languages are printed on-screen
- Then use MakeMKV to process your backed-up folder and create you MKV by selecting the title that has the language you prefer.

Hope that helps.
I appreciate you taking the time to post this. I've had to re-rip a few 4K discs lately (mainly Disney Pixar films) because of incorrect languages in the opening titles. This seems like a surefire way of knowing you've chosen the correct playlist and I'll apply it to future rips to prevent from doing things twice.
jayper
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Re: Batman 4k 1989 correct playlist?

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Of course, I hope it helps others as well. Apologies for the typo in my original post: "Open the two differing .m2ts files (50 & 50 from the example above) and review them in VLC or another video player"

It should have read as: "Open the two differing .m2ts files (59 & 60 from the example above) and review them in VLC or another video player"

I've corrected the original post.
Unibrowser
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Re: Batman 4k 1989 correct playlist?

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jayper wrote:
Sat Dec 21, 2019 4:04 am
My workflow is as follows with UHD discs and it has been super helpful to determine the correct playlist in situations like this:

- Do a full decrypted folder back-up of the disc
- Open the folder back up in MakeMKV
- Find the two or three largest titles
- Review the "Title Information" in the right-hand panel for all of the titles
- Compare the "Segment Map" numbers and look for differences between the titles (Example: One title shows 55,60,61 and the other shows 55,59,61)
- In your OS file explorer, open the folder which contains your full disc back-up
- Navigate to the "BDMV" folder, and then to the "Stream" folder
- Open the two differing .m2ts files (59 & 60 from the example above) and review them in VLC or another video player
- This will show you exactly what is different between the two playlists. As Woodstock mentioned, it is often a difference in which languages are printed on-screen
- Then use MakeMKV to process your backed-up folder and create you MKV by selecting the title that has the language you prefer.

Hope that helps.
Thank you for this! I was able to rip 3 out of the 4 4k batman movies. "Batman & Robin" couldn't be decrypted so I sent the AACS dump to the support email a few days ago. Hopefully I will be able to finish this soon.
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Unibrowser
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Re: Batman 4k 1989 correct playlist?

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Update: Looks like the dump file was a success. It's now ripped. Mike is legit :D
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WhiteFeather
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Re: Batman 4k 1989 correct playlist?

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Did anyone figure out the difference between these two?

I wound up making MKV of both but couldn't tell any difference. Credits both seem to be in English.

Thanks!
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