[QUOTE=TSJnachos117;2695397]The audio will probably be messed up at least to some extent. However, using a program like DVD-Ranger, it may eventually become possible to minimize the loss of quality, possibly even leaving the portions of audio that don’t have Cinivia unmodified (that is, no de/recompression). Of course, there will always be quality loss when removing Cinivia, even with the best removal methods possible.
If you really want to get rid of Cinivia, demand a refund of any movie you purchase that has this protection. If enough people do it, maybe Hollywood will finally get the hint. Of course, that’s unlikely to happen, as it would require those who use the internet to rot their brains on Youtube cat vids to pay attention to the issues around them.[/QUOTE]
We’re only talking about Sony Studios here. No body else is [I]currently[/I] using Cinavia.
However, the watermark is present in the entire movie in any passages that have adequate S/N ratio to hide it. These re-encoding “solutions” are not detecting the watermark, or modifying it in any way. They simply obliterate it by compressing the audio - and the watermark with it.