DVDFab wont recognise Blu-Ray disc

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#1

Hi, I have a LG BluRay drive which I installed a couple of months ago. I have now bought my first BluRay disc and wanted to try and convert it something I can play on the PC I am using as a media center.

I am using the latest version of DVDFab HD (just downloaded Trial), but it ignores the BluRay disc. It picks up a normal DVD in the same drive Ok, but not the BluRay disc. In Windows explorer I can see the files on the BD disc.

Any ideas what I should do?

Thankyou in advance!!


#2

[QUOTE=heretic!;2054648]Hi, I have a LG BluRay drive which I installed a couple of months ago. I have now bought my first BluRay disc and wanted to try and convert it something I can play on the PC I am using as a media center.

I am using the latest version of DVDFab HD (just downloaded Trial), but it ignores the BluRay disc. It picks up a normal DVD in the same drive Ok, but not the BluRay disc. In Windows explorer I can see the files on the BD disc.

Any ideas what I should do?

Thankyou in advance!![/QUOTE]

The only software that will come close to ripping BD is Anydvd. DVDfab will have to wait til their author finishes the software to be able to do BD media.


#3

heretic,

http://wesleytech.com/dvd-fab-hd-decrypter-guide/234/

hope this helps…


#4

[quote=Psycho6;2054674]heretic,

http://wesleytech.com/dvd-fab-hd-decrypter-guide/234/

hope this helps…[/quote]
It wont help. The free HD decrypter will not do Bluray or BluRay+ decryption yet.


#5

[quote=Psycho6;2054674]heretic,

http://wesleytech.com/dvd-fab-hd-decrypter-guide/234/

hope this helps…[/quote]

Many thanks, very interesting. So it used to work, and now it doesn’t - and no apparent reason?


#6

Are you telling me that paid for product [U]WILL[/U] rip the Blu Ray disc fine?


#7

[QUOTE=heretic!;2056027]Are you telling me that paid for product [U]WILL[/U] rip the Blu Ray disc fine?[/QUOTE]

No it will not at this time.


#8

Ummmm, very strange - the download page specifically says it will do it with the free version??

http://www.dvdfab.com/free.htm


#9

It’s my (likely incorrect) understanding that it supports some older HD-DVDs and Blu-Ray discs but doesn’t support modern encryption or copy protection like BD+.


#10

[QUOTE=jdbower;2056041]It’s my (likely incorrect) understanding that it supports some older HD-DVDs and Blu-Ray discs but doesn’t support modern encryption or copy protection like BD+.[/QUOTE]

Ding, Ding, Ding…You are correct.