An update and summary on the DVDRanger Cinavia module release

An update and summary on the DVDRanger Cinavia module release.

[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2012/11/LTKrlk.png[/newsimage]A hot subject in our forums is the upcoming release of software that is able to circumvent the Cinavia protection. 


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Please note that the reactions from the complete site will be synched below.

I think a better approach to Cinavia would be to protest the any studios who use it. That is, perhaps, the only way to kill it for good. Otherwise, you’re just getting caught in an uphill battle.

The copy protection really doesn’t impact me. I don’t do 1:1 copes of my blurays. I have a popcorn hour with an internal hard drive. I get lazy. I rip blurays to x265 mkv’s and put them on my media box.

I think thats the biggest flaw of the whole thing. For people that aren’t like me, they download their movies off the internet. Usually as a videofile, not a bluray disc image. Which means Cinavia becomes useless.

zod, ripping to 720p x264 still leaves the cinavia protection in place, the protection is in the audio. Popcorn Hour will be forced to add cinavia if they want to be able to play future bluray .iso files, if they do this then your cinavia protected .mkv files will stop working.

And so the waiting game continues! :wink:

[B]Wombler[/B]

IMHO, any time a company takes money for “pre-orders”, be afraid. There’s no excuse for charging customers for vaporware. You charge people when you have something to sell, not before.

[QUOTE=CDan;2663208]IMHO, any time a company takes money for “pre-orders”, be afraid. There’s no excuse for charging customers for vaporware. You charge people when you have something to sell, not before.[/QUOTE]

Exactly, sooo they don’t know and we don’t know when or if their software will come out.
I’d say this is worse than no one claiming they have a solution.

They didn’t give another date…not even which week, month or year.
This is the reality at the present time.

What happens when your Credit Card chargeback deadline expires and still no software??

[QUOTE=Steve33;2663223]Exactly, sooo they don’t know and we don’t know when or if their software will come out.
I’d say this is worse than no one claiming they have a solution.

They didn’t give another date…not even which week, month or year.
This is the reality at the present time.[/QUOTE]

I don’t think there is a date and it’s pretty much open ended ATM.

[B]Wombler[/B]