Slysoft removes Cinavia signal from Blu-ray movies with AnyDVD HD and CloneBD combination

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We’ve just posted the following news: Slysoft removes Cinavia signal from Blu-ray movies with AnyDVD HD and CloneBD combination[newsimage]http://static.myce.com//images_posts/2015/04/clonebd2_cinavia-95x75.png[/newsimage]
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#2

This is great news. Death to Cinavia.


#3

This is unbelievable. They are geniuses. :wink:


#4

There are some weird echoing effects in the AC3 audio. I doubt this solution will be acceptable for a great many people.


#5

[QUOTE=Kerry56;2751751]There are some weird echoing effects in the AC3 audio. I doubt this solution will be acceptable for a great many people.[/QUOTE] Its too small of a sample to make any interpretations.


#6

Now THAT is what i call a proper cinavia fix. No need for downloading databases 100’s of MB’s in size, pretty sure “Cinex HD” will take a beating over this :p, and can’t say i’m going to hate that happening. Took slysoft a while to come up with a fix, but what a fix it is! Go slysoft!


#7

[QUOTE=Ch3vr0n;2751755]Now THAT is what i call a proper cinavia fix. No need for downloading databases 100’s of MB’s in size, pretty sure “Cinex HD” will take a beating over this :p, and can’t say i’m going to hate that happening. Took slysoft a while to come up with a fix, but what a fix it is! Go slysoft![/QUOTE]
I personally think it sounds great. It removes the watermark on the fly. jmho.


#8

im really happy to hear this,
but that AC3 converison…im little bit disappoint


#9

[QUOTE=halls;2751757]im really happy to hear this,
but that AC3 converison…im little bit disappoint[/QUOTE] You wont be disappointed, its Dolby 5.1.


#10

@alan1476: yup which is exactly what I’m saying :slight_smile:

@halls: me too a bit for the downconversion but the reason is simple. There’s currently some HD open source decoders but NO encoders. Until someone develops one, downscaling will be required.


#11

many people will be satisfied if the log of the anydvd or the clown bd can show for us which channel contains the code


#12

[QUOTE=Ch3vr0n;2751755]Now THAT is what i call a proper cinavia fix. No need for downloading databases 100’s of MB’s in size, pretty sure “Cinex HD” will take a beating over this :p, and can’t say i’m going to hate that happening. Took slysoft a while to come up with a fix, but what a fix it is! Go slysoft![/QUOTE]

I’m very glad to see [U]Slysoft[/U] finally address [U]Cinavia[/U]. I hope that it will shut some people up but, sadly, it probably won’t. Some people are never happy and live to complain about anything and everything. :slight_smile:

With the above being said, remember that [U]CinEx HD[/U] also has a [U]SoundTouch[/U] function that doesn’t require the use of a database. At present there are about [I]183[/I] database files for [U]CinEx HD[/U]. They total in the area of [I]16.8 GB[/I]. That’s definitely a turn-off.

I haven’t taken the time to play around with Cinavia removal - because it has zero impact on me - so I can’t comment on the quality of any of the solutions. Anyway, it’s certainly great to have another option for Cinavia removal for those who need it!


#13

Well said DrinkLyeAndDie:clap:


#14

Does this work with video files (.avi, mpeg, ect) ? Last time I checked, AnyDVD only worked on retail movies/copied optical media.


#15

[QUOTE=halls;2751760]many people will be satisfied if the log of the anydvd or the clown bd can show for us which channel contains the code[/QUOTE]

Here is the kicker - CloneBD’s preview player can detect Cinavia within seconds. So it does show you, which channel contains a watermark. You simply have to select a channel during playback.
Satisfied?


#16

[QUOTE=Macrovision3500;2751765]Does this work with video files (.avi, mpeg, ect) ? Last time I checked, AnyDVD only worked on retail movies/copied optical media.[/QUOTE]
No. CloneBD needs a Blu-ray disc / image / folder structure as source.


#17

[QUOTE=CloneDVD;2751767]No. CloneBD needs a Blu-ray disc / image / folder structure as source.[/QUOTE]

Personally, I have all movies extracted to video files…I would recommend a separate video converter option for the sole purpose to remove Cinavia from video files, and be Integrated in the program. Otherwise, I see no use in this for me. :bigsmile:


#18

[QUOTE=CloneDVD;2751766]Here is the kicker - CloneBD’s preview player can detect Cinavia within seconds. So it does show you, which channel contains a watermark. You simply have to select a channel during playback.
Satisfied?[/QUOTE]

??

channel /center, front left, front right…, not sound track


#19

Sounds good and I’m willing to give it a try but I’m going to wait until they have a myce member special going around $60 USD :slight_smile:


#20

[QUOTE=Macrovision3500;2751770]Personally, I have all movies extracted to video files…I would recommend a separate video converter option for the sole purpose to remove Cinavia from video files, and be Integrated in the program. Otherwise, I see no use in this for me. :bigsmile:[/QUOTE]

But why would you see a use for it in the first place if you’re not using the content in a BD structure? If you’ve converted the files to begin with, while the signal is there, it won’t impact you in that format.