My BluRay Drive is a Pioneer BDC-202 and I’m using the latest version of DVDFab HD Decrypter (v126.96.36.199).
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?