DVD Edge9 Copy Protection

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#1

I just posted the article DVD Edge9 Copy Protection.

kamuixtv used our news submit to tell us that a new DVD copy
protection has been created, which stops software such as DVD-Decrypter and
DVDfab from making a copy of the disc. The company…

Read the full article here:  [http://www.cdfreaks.com/news/11750-DVD-Edge9-Copy-Protection.html](http://www.cdfreaks.com/news/11750-DVD-Edge9-Copy-Protection.html)

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#2

sounds great…buy a dvd and it might not work if you have an old dvd player :S


#3

So if I have AnyDVD running in the background with DVD Decrypter, does this mean I still can’t rip the disk?
[edited by doveplay on 20.04.2006 15:32]


#4

OK So it hangs DVD-Decryptor… So What… Thats not been updated for a while as we know (although still very useful!) As for DVDFab, well I’m sure there will be a work around.


#5

Worst case - we will have to wait a few weeks untill DVDFab and AnyDVD get updated :slight_smile: Ironically, poor users with PS2 or old DVD will have to use this tools to make a copy that can run on their machines :slight_smile:


#6

Ooooo, I’m scared. LOL. :d


#7

Hey Say what you will about this but at least they let you change the channel and forward through the commercials.:wink:


#8

Yet another Want-to-be protection. There are other places, hint,hint


#9

Add: I did not see them saying Anydvd


#10

There will never be a protection that hackers won’t be able to get through. The only one, as far as I know, that put up a fight was Starforce for computer games. And look at it now. Owned.


#11

Im so glad I do not have any sort of game device. I take enough asprin now. :slight_smile:


#12

they didn’t mention ANYDVD because they know it’ll be available 24 hours after the edge9 discs come to the market :smiley:


#13

It sounds to me like the first thing I’ll do after purchasing any of these is to try to play it on my computer and in my Pioneer DVL-909 and DV-505. Both of these players will play most any properly formatted dvd on any format media (+, -, RW, whatever) and are still in pristine condition. If it doesn’t play - it goes back as defective. I expect the old adage will hold true - if it is playable on a computer - it can be copied . . .


#14

It looks like SF has come up with something new, I am puzzled with this “sfvfs02.sys” StarForce Non-PNP driver for days now. :frowning:


#15

In my options, it’s just a marketing news like RipGuard did. If the disc is out, we can break it in one hour, as always.:slight_smile:


#16

This story sounds like BS to me but if it’s true then our good friend fengtao will break it.


#17

A couple thoughts for you: #1 - The article is written in poorly-translated Engrish. #2 - The article was submitted by the “company” making the product, it’s not actual news from any reliable news source. #3 - The “company” is using geocities to host its site. #4 - Anything that prevents a DVD from playing on certified DVD players means that it is NOT a DVD-Video, and therefore will not be adopted by the DVD Forum, nor any studios (or anybody else of importance, for that matter). This is precisely why the DVD specification exists.


#18

Yeah, but that hasn’t ever stopped the music companies making dodgy audio cd’s for a few years now.


#19

Whaha! Come on, why don’t make a good disc or software instead of weak protections!! Give us 3 weeks, and it will be hacked!:S


#20

New dvdfab 2.9.8.5 beta2 done it…:B;)
[edited by SmallLittle on 12.08.2006 00:08]