[QUOTE=CDan;2765307]A fairly paltry list of supported titles.[/QUOTE]
That can quickly change …I’m pretty sure the Fab team will release title after title now that they’ve found out how to break that Cinavia pest.
BTW,an interesting read over @ their promo page :
DVDFab is proud to present CinaviaRemoval HD, the first High Quality solution for removing the Cinavia watermark from audio tracks of a disc, thus removing the protection alltoghether (see above element (A) of the protection).
It works by repairing the audio track, to take it back to original Master quality before the watermark was added to it. For this, a fix pack is downloaded from our server. The operation is automatic, the user only needs to specify that Cinavia should be removed, please refer to this page for details of operation. Using a broadband Internet connection, there should be no added time to normal backup time, the disc reading speed still being the most important factor.
Because of the lossless operation, the restore can be perfect, 100% match of the original audio data, therefore making sure that there can be no watermark traces left in, that an updated detector can hang on â€“ itâ€™s future proof.
Another thing to consider is that the available track on the protected disc is not trully lossless. Indeed, the watermark inclusion was subtle, not noticeable for most, but the advertised quality â€“ original HD master â€“ is not there. Technicaly, the sound was distorted and in a direct comparison audio listening session one can distictly hear the watermark-related alteration. In a future release, we will provide a function to help the user compare original and watermarked audio side by side and hear the difference. For now, hereâ€™s a sample file for you to download. Please listen to it using a pair of headphones in order to hear the watermark-asociated distorsion more clearly (Left ear is the watermark mix, right ear is the clean mix).
I think this approach is the only 1 we will get to defeat Cinavia,but it’s probably not the solution which audiophiles hoped for…as the original audio signal is not lossless either.