I've got everything mostly working so that by simply placing a Blu-ray disc into my disc drive, the disc is ripped and encoded automatically without my intervention. Yesterday, I tried ripping the Beauty and the Beast Live Action movie blu-ray. It worked, except the only audio track was for a "Descriptive Audio" option, which explains every little detail for someone that is visually impaired. Manual intervention was required at this point... since it's a headless server, I had to transfer the raw disc dump to my Windows machine, and analyze the contents. I then went back to the server and replaced the --main-feature option with --title 183.
Tell us about your environment. What version of HandBrake? What operating system are you running. etc.
Headless machine running Fedora 25 Server. Using the "Automatic Ripping Machine" github project, the system detects when a blu-ray disc is inserted and kicks off a series of scripts. It runs MakeMKV to make a full backup of the disc to a filesystem. Then HandbrakeCLI uses these files to encoding the new MKV file. Finally, filebot names and places the file, and informs Plex to re-scan.
If there was any exception or error displayed, please copy it and paste it here:
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Searching for main feature title... + Title (0) index 1 has length 30sec + Title (1) index 6 has length 13sec + Title (2) index 8 has length 13sec + Title (3) index 9 has length 51sec + Title (4) index 10 has length 51sec + Title (5) index 14 has length 7756sec Found main feature title 14
Anything I can do about this, or is manual intervention required? It's a bit of a hassle considering my Fedora machine is headless and doesn't have a GUI... I guess if anyone can tell me how to analyze the rip from the command line, that would at least be a little less painful.