Correct .mpls for Criminal

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blacktop
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Correct .mpls for Criminal

Post by blacktop »

Anyone know the correct .mpls for Criminal Redbox?
outdoorguy568
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Re: Correct .mpls for Criminal

Post by outdoorguy568 »

MakeMKV (ver 1.10.0) defaults to 737.mpls for Red version.
goldenpaww
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Re: Correct .mpls for Criminal

Post by goldenpaww »

Retail info seems to be 869.mpls
Segment map: 508,517,502,518,512,515,520,506,509,510,501,504,505,519,511,516,513,507,514,503

Not confirmed yet, just what I got with process mon.
jriddle
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Re: Correct .mpls for Criminal

Post by jriddle »

outdoorguy568 wrote:MakeMKV (ver 1.10.0) defaults to 737.mpls for Red version.

Shows as the "Main Feature" near the top.............................
hvnphoto
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Re: Correct .mpls for Criminal

Post by hvnphoto »

Can someone please post the segment map for 737.mpls? I don't have the Red version so I'm looking for the segment map to get the correct mpls. Thank you.
dpunder
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Re: Correct .mpls for Criminal

Post by dpunder »

hvnphoto wrote:Can someone please post the segment map for 737.mpls? I don't have the Red version so I'm looking for the segment map to get the correct mpls. Thank you.
737:
Segment map: 514,517,512,503,501,515,520,506,504,511,502,508,519,510,513,509,505,507,518,516
tron21net
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Re: Correct .mpls for Criminal

Post by tron21net »

This isn't correct for a disc rented from Redbox:

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Title information
Name: Criminal (English)
Comment: FPL_MainFeature
Source file name: 00737.mpls
Duration: 1:53:34
Chapters count: 16
Size: 27.5 GB
Segment count: 20
Segment map: 514,517,512,503,501,515,520,506,504,511,502,508,519,510,513,509,505,507,518,516
File name: Criminal_t01.mkv
As at the very least segments 517 and 512 are swapped, as seen in the cab chase scene when the bad guy goes to change the taxi's GPS route, suddenly Ryan's character is in a gun battle, and then a few minutes later it jumps back to the correct segment showing the taxi's GPS route change taking effect on the bad guy's laptop.

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Disc Information
Label: CRIMINAL
Timestamp: 2016-05-17 13:19:57
Data capacity: 29.48 Gb
Disc type: BD-ROM
Number of layers: 2
Channel bit length: 74,5 nm (25.0 GB max. per layer)
Bus encryption flags: 80

Source information
Type: Blu-ray disc
Name: Criminal (English)
Comment: Criminal_Rental
zoxxo
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Re: Correct .mpls for Criminal

Post by zoxxo »

ProcMon is showing 00989.mpls for Netflix BluRay...
outdoorguy568
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Re: Correct .mpls for Criminal

Post by outdoorguy568 »

zoxxo wrote:ProcMon is showing 00989.mpls for Netflix BluRay...
Do you know the segment map for Netflix 989.mpls?
outdoorguy568
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Re: Correct .mpls for Criminal

Post by outdoorguy568 »

ANY says 559.mpls for Red.
zoxxo
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Re: Correct .mpls for Criminal

Post by zoxxo »

outdoorguy568 wrote:
zoxxo wrote:ProcMon is showing 00989.mpls for Netflix BluRay...
Do you know the segment map for Netflix 989.mpls?
514,512,517,503,501,506,515,520,504,502,511,508,519,510,518,513,509,507,505,516
RickInHouston
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Re: Correct .mpls for Criminal

Post by RickInHouston »

989 for red isn't correct. ProcMon locks on that mpls, for some reason for me, as well. It's not being cached, so I don't know why it is working that way.

Watch the scene where he goes to wife's house. she's bound. he looks to the phone, it rings (phone should ring, then he looks at it). she's loose. you never see her make the alarm go off with her toe...

989 is wrong.

559 is playing well in that part, as well as arriving at the not-cement factory scene as mentioned in an earlier post.

My vote is for 559 - how did you arrive at that?
outdoorguy568
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Re: Correct .mpls for Criminal

Post by outdoorguy568 »

RickInHouston wrote:989 for red isn't correct. ProcMon locks on that mpls, for some reason for me, as well. It's not being cached, so I don't know why it is working that way.

Watch the scene where he goes to wife's house. she's bound. he looks to the phone, it rings (phone should ring, then he looks at it). she's loose. you never see her make the alarm go off with her toe...

989 is wrong.

559 is playing well in that part, as well as arriving at the not-cement factory scene as mentioned in an earlier post.

My vote is for 559 - how did you arrive at that?
Running my ANYDvd program; it provides the mpls.
RickInHouston
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Re: Correct .mpls for Criminal

Post by RickInHouston »

outdoorguy568 wrote:
RickInHouston wrote:989 for red isn't correct. ProcMon locks on that mpls, for some reason for me, as well. It's not being cached, so I don't know why it is working that way.

Watch the scene where he goes to wife's house. she's bound. he looks to the phone, it rings (phone should ring, then he looks at it). she's loose. you never see her make the alarm go off with her toe...

989 is wrong.

559 is playing well in that part, as well as arriving at the not-cement factory scene as mentioned in an earlier post.

My vote is for 559 - how did you arrive at that?
Running my ANYDvd program; it provides the mpls.
I thought ANYDvd is un-supported, now. When I run mine it says can't connect to the server and I had a lifetime license. Can you provide steps for future?
outdoorguy568
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Re: Correct .mpls for Criminal

Post by outdoorguy568 »

RickInHouston wrote:
outdoorguy568 wrote:
RickInHouston wrote:989 for red isn't correct. ProcMon locks on that mpls, for some reason for me, as well. It's not being cached, so I don't know why it is working that way.

Watch the scene where he goes to wife's house. she's bound. he looks to the phone, it rings (phone should ring, then he looks at it). she's loose. you never see her make the alarm go off with her toe...

989 is wrong.

559 is playing well in that part, as well as arriving at the not-cement factory scene as mentioned in an earlier post.

My vote is for 559 - how did you arrive at that?
Running my ANYDvd program; it provides the mpls.
I thought ANYDvd is un-supported, now. When I run mine it says can't connect to the server and I had a lifetime license. Can you provide steps for future?
They changed name (and owners?) from SlySoft to RedFox. Don’t know if they honor the old lifetime licenses... I thought they did till a certain version.
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