Patriots Day (DVD) Database Availabe

Today we have released the database files for the blockbuster:

  • Patriots Day (DVD), English Track

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3 Comments
  1. Walris

    Thank you! I can confirm another perfect Cinavia-free backup with perfect sound throughout using my retail Region A DVD.

    One bug in CinEx HD that I have now encountered twice: When removing Cinavia from retail DVDs (happened on Patriot’s Day and Steve Jobs, Region A for both), if you check the ‘copy multiple languages option,’ CInEx will perfectly remove Cinavia, but certain segments of the movie (.VTS files) will switch from English to another language for that segment. For Steve Jobs, it was a chunk of Spanish in the 4th VTS file, and on this title it was French in the 6th VTS file that CinEx generated (when creating a dual layer set of DVD files). Something to check out when time permits.

  2. DVDRangerForum@gmail.com

    Simplified answer: with question first

    1: Why are you using all Language when only English Database available
    A: Your making CinEx HD hunt for something that the Database find but intended for ” ENGLISH ONLY”
    2: Turn off all Languages
    A: Select only the Database Language only

  3. Walris

    Note to all users: By default for DVDs CinEx HD checks “all languages.” TURN THIS OFF! If not, some discs will flip languages as you move from VOB file to VOB file after CinEx HD removes Cinavia, at least when played back with some players. Be safe. As above, there is no reason to copy all languages (although many times with multi-lingual DVDs, only the English track is infected, so in theory, you should be able to copy all languages). So if you don’t want a surprise mid-movie, at least for some movies, remember to always uncheck the default “all languages” setting for DVDs.

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