Problems Decyrting numerous BluRay Movies

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#1

Hi,

I have been using DVDFab HD Decypter to rip BluRay Movies to my harddrives and a lot have been successful (Casino Ryale, NEXT, Ghost Rider).

However, some movies simply won’t rip - eg Ocean’s Eleven, Twelve and Thirteen, plus more)

In detail, when the DVD is loaded, DVDFab HD Decrypter detects a dics initially and then after the slider bar has filled up to 25% it disappears. The Source disc drag down box then says “load a dvd” as if it doesn’t recognise a DVD is in the DVD-ROM drive.

Any thoughts?


#2

[QUOTE=RoMiCol;2002019]Hi,

I have been using DVDFab HD Decypter to rip BluRay Movies to my harddrives and a lot have been successful (Casino Ryale, NEXT, Ghost Rider).

However, some movies simply won’t rip - eg Ocean’s Eleven, Twelve and Thirteen, plus more)

In detail, when the DVD is loaded, DVDFab HD Decrypter detects a dics initially and then after the slider bar has filled up to 25% it disappears. The Source disc drag down box then says “load a dvd” as if it doesn’t recognise a DVD is in the DVD-ROM drive.

Any thoughts?[/QUOTE]

What version of dvdfab HD are you using?? What kinda drive do you have?


#3

@RoMiCol
You might want to read this about backing up BD/HD movies
because your drive has maybe been [B]“revoked” [/B] :a
http://club.cdfreaks.com/1900189-post22.html


#4

http://club.cdfreaks.com/1700431-post2.html

[QUOTE=fengtao;1700431]Hi,

As far as we know, there is no real crack for aacs on hddvd/blu-ray for now. So any product which claim to crack hddvd/blu-ray, may fail on future discs. It’s not like css on dvd, if you break it, all future discs is supported, and we can release update for 3rd protections like arccos, etc. So we will not release a commercial product which claim to do something, but cannot promise to do it.

If there is real crack for hddvd/blu-ray, we will definitely add support for it.

Best Regards,
Fengtao[/QUOTE]


#5

My BluRay Drive is a Pioneer BDC-202 and I’m using the latest version of DVDFab HD Decrypter (v4.0.6.2).

Regards the different versions of DVDFab HD Decrypter, I’ve been trying to do this over several months and version updates have made no difference.

Regards the drive, there are no firmware updates available for it, but I don’t think it’s an issue there anyway. I’ll clarify further.

The player software I’m using is Cyberlink PowerDVD BD Solution (it came with the drive).

If I load Ocean’s Eleven in the drive, it is detected and my system asks me what I want to do (play with…, open media etc).

If I choose to do nothing (so the drive hasn’t tried to access the DVD) I can see the DVD title and can also explore and see the content of the DVD. BTW, copying the content to hard drive, which is possible, doesn’t help.

If I choose to start to play with PowerDVD it gets a few seconds in before bombing with a HDMI problem (don’t ask - all of my systems components are HDMI compliant and I haven’t got to the bottom of this one either. The HDMI error happens on all BD movies, even the ones I have ripped). So, I conclude that the drive isn’t revoked as I can see the first few secnds of the movie.

If I try to access the BD DVD with DVDFab HD Decrypter it gets 25% way through the disc detection popup and then bails. After this it is not possible to see the DVD title or view any of it’s contents.

If I put a rippable BD DVD back in the drive it all works fine (DVDFab HD Decrypter detects it fine and I can then rip it again).

I have concluded from this that DVDFab HD Decrypter only has a subset of the full “cracking” info needed (keys etc) and these titles don’t match to the one(s) that became available when the first BD crack came out!

This would match with why DVDFab HD Decrypter isn’t a commercial product yet as it can’t deal with all the titles.

Any comments anyone?


#6

Did you read what Troy posted above this post and also DVDFab HD Decrypter wasn’t ment to be a commerical product in the first place as it is a freebie, If you want all the good stuff then you would have to buy FAB Gold or Platinum


#7

Just to prove the point, and in the short/medium term to allow me to watch the BD DVD’s i’ve got, I’ve just bought AnyDVD HD.

As I expected, it IS able to remove the protection on the fly, as it promises, and I am currently sat watching ocean’s eleven using PowerDVD BD (through AnyDVD HD).

So, does this not show that it ISN’T player revocation etc and IS the protections available blocking DVDFab HD (whcih has only limited protection code cracks as of now)

Note: AnyDVD HD only allows the watching of BD content, not Ripping. I’m sure their software has only got the protection codes etc by signing up to Sony’s terms.

Any comments??


#8

Jimbo,

I appreciate the point you’ve made but bear the following in mind.

The full products don’t offer HD/BD functionality - I clarified this with Fengtao etc some time ago.
If you read Fengtaos messages you’d see why it’s not fully supported - cos all the cracks aren’t in the public domain.

I actaully bought a full version and they gave me my money back.

I just want a program that allows me to record my BD DVD’s to my home network so they can be played anywhere in the building over my ethernet from the central server.

So many of these posts are red herrings and actually don’t address the real issue: -

Sony et al have a stranglehold on the protection system.

They have gone to great lengths to come up with a somewhat realtime system of protection. The codes needed can be updated in time with older ones being revoked - The hardware and software players have to have internet access to get updated to cope with this. This is so that if someone does some legwork and cracks another protection code (eg the one for oceans eleven) then Sony can go to a new one and everyone has to upgrade to play the new stuff released with the new codes.
Bear in mind that the code crack that did occur was because a software player was keeping protection codes in memory and that was analysed. When that occurred, Sony revoked the licence and the software was updated.


#9

So many of these posts are red herrings and actually don’t address the real issue: -

your right, we like to deliberately post misleading information. its a hobbie of mine to falsely quote fellow members, especially Fengtao and other mods. since you have found me out, please dont tell.


#10

troy,

I have no issue with your repost of fengtaos message - as far as I can establish it’s factual and the main issue in all of this.

I specifically said “so many” rather than “all” as some are sound but a lot are wide of the mark.

Don’t get me wrong in all of this - fengtao & the others work is all good and they openly say there isn’t a full crack for HD/BD yet. They explain that’s why they aren’t commercially selling DVD Fab HD Decrypter yet (it currently being a freebie).
If, and hopefully when, there is a crack, I’ll be one of the first to buy it.

Please bear in mind that peolpe like me will find this site through google searching with the intention of trying to find how to rip their HD/BD DVD’s.
With an ocean of info and suggestions it’s difficult for people to get tpo the bottom of their problems.