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I do not have pioneer lx 88 Blu-ray machine, can not complete the test you said, my pioneer 160 through a 4 automatic script can complete the crawl, friends oppo 103 through a 5 can automatically crawl, but there is a problem to respond, For example: grasp the first SACD is very smooth, to the second, occasionally very slow very slow, twice as long as the first time will not automatically pop up, this time to disconnect the Blu-ray power to re-operation to continue to grasp the SACD, Some of the captured SACD-ISO file is not complete, can not extract DSF, through the foobar extracted DSF album last song longer than the iso!
The automatic script you refer to we call AutoRip, and it does have problems with any discs whose metadata contains any "special" non-English characters.

Those discs will rip just fine using the network server method, but AutoRip will fail on discs with any non-English characters in the metadata.

Ripping consecutive discs does exhaust the player's limited on-board RAM, we think due to a memory leak in the executable, however you can always reset by doing a power cycle (with flash drive removed).

You should not be seeing any slow down or problem with a second consecutive rip however, especially not with an Oppo player which has more onboard RAM than the Pioneer and Sony units do. Typically the RAM exhuaustion willi only happen after about 6-7 consecutive rips. I think what your friend is seeing is the problem with encountering non-English characters in the metadata. Try the network server method on those discs and they should rip OK.

I click on the enhanced version to go in can only see the introduction and code, can not find the packaged file download! This enhanced version is also need java environment support!
Scroll all the way to the bottom of that page to reveal the Assets. Yes Java installation is required if you wish to use the GUI, as that is a Java applet. If you are proficient using the CLI, then you do not need Java, but most people prefer the point and click interface of a GUI. Don't fear Java, just ensure you are keeping it fully updated.
 
Not a special character problem, because the Chinese SACD record tag information only the English alphabet composed of our Chinese pinyin, the problem of SACD, re-grasp no problem! JAVA I do not worry, The first time I grabbed SACD is with GUI! With automatic script in the pioneer 160 does exist continuous crawl will encounter a long time did not automatically pop up, I forced power, pull out the u disk into the computer to view, the ISO file is only half caught, Can only scratch again! It seems that the GUI is relatively stable!
 
I just downloaded the enhanced version of sacd_extract win 64, there are only 4 files in it. No GUI interface! Do you select this enhanced version to operate rip SACD through the GUI interface you provide on the home page?
 

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I just downloaded the enhanced version of sacd _ extract win 64, there are only 4 files in it. No GUI interface! Do you select this enhanced version to operate rip SACD through the GUI interface you provide on the home page?
That is correct, simply replace the existing sacd_extract.exe file in your existing GUI folder with the newly downloaded -107 updated version.

You can't rename anything so it is best to just delete the existing file from that folder first, then replace it with the newly downloaded version so you don't get mixed up about what you have there. The GUI is fully compatible with the new enhanced version, however there will no longer be a MB/s rip speed reported in the GUI as it was found to be somewhat inaccurate.
 
In addition to sacd_extract.exe replacement GUI, the other three files are sacd_extract.CFG and two txt documents also want to copy to the GUI root directory?
 

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In addition to sacd_extract.exe replacement GUI, the other three files are sacd_extract.CFG and two txt documents also want to copy to the GUI root directory?
Yes as those pertain to the full use of this Enhanced version.

You are not required to use the CFG file, but it is there for your review and potential use in certain situations, and the Readme.txt document explains that.
 
是的,因为这些涉及到充分利用这个增强版本。

您不需要使用CFG文件,但是它可以供您查看并在某些情况下使用,Readme.txt文档对此进行了解释。

Thank you for your patience! I hope you can develop more new Blu-ray machines to implement RIP SACD, rather than just rely on 14 years ago!
 
I translated Chinese into English through the translation app, I hope it didn't bother you, because my English is really average! I read your previous communication is translated into Chinese through the browser to understand! Thank you again, next I will use the enhanced version to rip!
 

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Hi,

Thanks.

I have Sony BD S490

It worked perfectly as suggested.
Welcome to HFH, I'm glad you found everything you needed to get started ripping your SACDs with an S490.

Congratulations and please feel free to look around and post in other threads too. We have a member introductions thread if you'd like to tell us more about yourself or your system(s).
 
Now that I've learned SACD rip, I don't have to buy a high-priced sacd record player to enjoy the charm of sacd. my current combination is a self-assembled pc, Yu Long's Aquila ii DAC, Philips x 3 headphones, Pioneer bdp-160! Temporarily satisfied, there is a Chinese saying: contentment! I am also preparing for the future, the future I will definitely buy an Esoteric N-01XD professional DSD decoder to play back my collection of SACD ISO, Maybe there will be a more advanced DAC!
 
Hello, guys.
I'm new here and I have one simple question for the members (experts on rip SACD are expected to reply my post).

1. Anyone who has ripped a SACD using PS3 has ever compared whether it is exactly the same as a SACD rip made using a blu-ray?
Best regards.
 

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Hello, guys.
I'm new here and I have one simple question for the members (experts on rip SACD are expected to reply my post).

1. Anyone who has ripped a SACD using PS3 has ever compared whether it is exactly the same as a SACD rip made using a blu-ray?
Best regards.
Welcome to HFH.

Yes they are the same, or at least they were to the satisfaction of the developers who did those comparisons back in 2016. They took ISOs they had created as early as 2011 made using the PS3 and then re-ripped the same disc using a Blu-ray player. The checksums were identical.

This is not to say that there isn't the potential for differences to be introduced, for example if the embedded disc metadata is edited, or different size album art images are appended, or even certain rip parameters are changed such as selecting Padding-less DSF, or inserting Pauses in between tracks, etc... that will create a slightly different file.

The latest EuFlo enhanced versions of sacd_extract have the most robust scheme for ensuring a proper disc read has occurred, and they report that in the GUI for each and every rip, however most people lazily do not even read the Readme.txt file included with the software to see that information.
 

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Hello, guys.
I found a used Sony BDP-S4100, but the seller don't have the remote control.
I'ts necessary the remote control unit to rip SACD?Best regards.
An IR remote is necessary to enter the machine's on-screen displayed Settings menu, which is required to ensure the unit is placed into Quick Start mode.

A replacement IR remote is not too expensive, at least not in the U.S. it isn't, however you can also use any Universal IR remote that has the Sony Blu-ray player IR codes.

Or if you know anyone that has any Sony Blu-ray player who would loan you their IR remote, all Sony Blu-ray player models use the same IR codes, so any will work and all you need it for is one quick check of that Quick Start mode setting and that's all. While there are a couple of other settings we use as preferred/best practice, the only one that is absolutely required is Quick Start mode.
 

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Now I come up every day to see if any new machines are included in the executable list! Hope more machines will join this project!
Unfortunately it seems unlikely at this point as the end of the trail with new production machines seems to be somewhere around 2017 with the Sony S6700, which mysteriously had a silent hardware or software revision at some point and many/most (but not all) S6700 are incompatible. That was not a firmware update, either the SoC is different, or a revision to the Linux kernel rendered them incompatible.

The Pioneer Elite BDP-80FD (BDP-170 outside N. America) was also still in production at that time, and probably it's clone wearing Yamaha BD-S677 clothing too, but other than that the last still produced compatible machines began to quickly vanish with the discontinuation of the Oppo BDP-10x players.

No brand of player with native 4k video capability was ever shown to be compatible with ripping SACD, and really almost no machine not running Linux kernel version 2.6.35 was ever found to be compatible with the exception of the Sony S6500/6700, and Sony UHP-H1 that runs Linux kernel version 3.10.26.

So while there is some hope for machines running that newer kernel version, it is disturbing that the Sony players beginning somewhere mid-model run of the S6700 were suddenly incompatible, and perhaps a patch was developed that renders all future models incompatible.
 
不幸的是,在这一点上似乎不太可能,因为新的生产机器的线索似乎在2017年左右的某个地方与索尼s6700,它神秘地在某个时候有一个沉默的硬件或软件修订,许多/大多数(但不是全部)s6700是不兼容的。这不是固件更新,要么是SoC不同,要么是Linux内核的修订使它们不兼容。

先锋精英BDP-80FD(BDP-170以外的北美)也在生产,可能它的克隆穿着雅马哈BD-s677服装太,但除此之外,最后仍然生产兼容的机器开始迅速消失与停止Oppo BDP-10x播放器。

没有任何品牌的播放器具有本地4k视频功能,从来没有被证明是兼容的翻录SACD,实际上几乎没有机器不运行Linux内核版本2.6.35被发现是兼容的,除了索尼s6500/6700和索尼UHP-h1运行Linux内核版本3.10.26。

因此,虽然运行新内核版本的机器还有一些希望,但令人不安的是,索尼播放器开始在某个地方运行s6700的中间模型突然不兼容,也许开发了一个补丁,使所有未来的模型不兼容。
The machine is artificial, the program code is written by people, there will certainly be loopholes to exploit, I hope the master can find loopholes to exploit, so that other new models can achieve RIP SACD, after all, in addition to Sony, there are so many brands of Blu-ray machines on sale! Don't give up, Keep digging! I believe you can!
 
Like the apple jailbreak team, it's exciting to be able to crack a version in one version, even though apple's system is no longer so dependent on jailbreak! As time goes on, the stability of the machine will decline, so in the search for a new Blu-ray machine RIP SACD is imperative!
 

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Like the apple jailbreak team, it's exciting to be able to crack a version in one version, even though apple's system is no longer so dependent on jailbreak! As time goes on, the stability of the machine will decline, so in the search for a new Blu-ray machine RIP SACD is imperative!
Well I admire your optimism, but for me the list of compatible players is now quite long enough for some breathing room. I stalked the auction site and bought enough players to last the duration, along with a brand new-in-box Cambridge CXU (Oppo BDP-105 clone) which is the nicest disc player I own.

Lots of easily obtained inexpensive Sonys are still available, and if willing to spend a little more money (OK a lot more), the Oppo and Oppo-clone models enjoyed a very long production run and are robust long-lasting machines that can still be repaired if necessary.

So we're in much better shape than early 2016, when only the Pioneer BDP-160 and Oppo BDP-10x players were known to be working.

The other thing working against us is the demise of the Blu-ray format in general, in the U.S. it is in steep decline, and as such manufacturers such as Oppo have either fully discontinued their player line, or scaled it back to just one or two models. It's only a matter of time before these players have largely vanished, so there are simply fewer brands and players to even test for the last couple of years and that will only accelerate as Blu-ray sales plummet.
 
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