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Old 6th September 2007, 14:30   #1  |  Link
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"Blu-ray Disc Ripper 1.5" - a program to copy Blu-ray discs. (UPDATED!)

Blu-ray Disc Ripper 1.5 - 22-Nov-2008

- Improved the interface for selecting BD-Live cache folder. Added support for ArcSoft's TotalMedia Theatre BD-Live cache folders.

Download link: http://www.sendspace.com/file/dedvp7

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Blu-ray Disc Ripper 1.4 - 29-Oct-2008

- Changed the program to use Volume Unique Key instead of CPS Unit Key. Blu-ray discs having multiple CPS Unit Keys (e.g. Iron Man) can now be copied. Please use DumpVID and AACSKeys to get a Volume Unique Key for your disc.

- The program now checks whether the provided key results in successful decrypting. Also, it won't attempt to decrypt non-encrypted files.

- Added an option to decrypt downloaded .m2ts / .m2t files in PowerDVD's BD-Live cache folders.

- The program now copies 'AACS' folder (and renames it to 'SLY!'). It might be needed for BD-Live enabled titles to decrypt related downloaded content.

- Removed Blu-ray region code related functionality. Please use Blu-ray Region Code Remover for this.

- Minor user interface changes.

Download link: http://www.sendspace.com/file/z0tnc6

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Hi Everyone,

There is a new program out there which allows you to copy / decrypt / backup a Blu-ray Disc.

It can remove Blu-ray region code as well!

It's called "Blu-ray Disc Ripper 1.2 for .NET".

It is written in Visual Basic and requires Vista or XP with .NET Framework 2.0 to run.

You can download it here:
http://rapidshare.com/files/53788104..._.NET.zip.html

The program in action:



Regards,

Last edited by SuperGoof; 22nd November 2008 at 00:27. Reason: New version - Blu-ray Disc Ripper 1.5
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Old 6th September 2007, 17:00   #2  |  Link
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Hmmm. There is a big billboard in there asking the user to "evaluate AnyDVD HD from SlySoft.com".

What exactly is the connection between AnyDVD HD and this program, or its author?
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What exactly is the connection between AnyDVD HD and this program, or its author?
There is no formal connection. The author is just a big fan of Slysoft!
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Is their a Source Code?
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very good program
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Not to sound repetitive but to save this thread from extinction I was just wondering!!!

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Is their a Source Code?
And are you going to continue its development
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Is their a Source Code?
Well... There is a source code.

OK. Since I would never have written this program if I did not see BackupBluRayv021 code, I will share decrypting part of the code of this program.

Here it is:
http://rapidshare.com/files/56338249/cDecrypt.zip.html

I won't share user interface code. Sorry.

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And are you going to continue its development
I don't know. Maybe I will look into implementing standard AACS authentication so that there is no need to search for a CPS key. But it won't be very soon.
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very good program
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This is a great program, but on certain movies in the middle of ripping I am getting a Data Redundancy error. CRC failed. Anyone know what this may be?
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This is a great program, but on certain movies in the middle of ripping I am getting a Data Redundancy error. CRC failed. Anyone know what this may be?
"Data Redundancy error" has something to do with the data being read from the disc. A common cause is a damaged/dirty disc but it can also be your drive. (try google for "Data Redundancy error" and you'll find lot's of info)

It has nothing to do with the "Blu-ray Ripper" program !

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This is a brand new drive and I am able to rip other movies, it is just certain ones that are having a problem. So the only solution is to try and clean the disc?
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This is a brand new drive and I am able to rip other movies, it is just certain ones that are having a problem. So the only solution is to try and clean the disc?
Based on your information it is a good start....
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I'm surprised that no one was interested in the algorithm this program uses to remove Blu-ray region code, and how I come up with it.

Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think AnyDVD HD and this program are currently the only two programs in the world which can remove Blu-ray region code.
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SuperGoof, I am wondering exactly why my aacs keys is not decrypting anymore. Did they revoke the PowerDVD host key that was being used? If so, why would I be revoked since I haven't played any newer movies other than the ones I have already ripped a couple of weeks ago? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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I think because of MKB V4 and BDSVM (BD+) everyone is too busy hoping these will be "opened" soon.
If you fix that, then i am sure people will wonder how
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SuperGoof, I am wondering exactly why my aacs keys is not decrypting anymore. Did they revoke the PowerDVD host key that was being used? If so, why would I be revoked since I haven't played any newer movies other than the ones I have already ripped a couple of weeks ago? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
The host key used by "AACS Keys" was revoked long time ago. So "AACS Keys" should only be used in combination with DumpVID:

http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=124294&page=13

First you find VID with DumpVID, and then use it with "AACS Keys".

If this still does not work, then probably your disc has new MKB and cannot be decrypted with processing key (this is different from host key) used by "AACS Keys".
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I think because of MKB V4 and BDSVM (BD+) everyone is too busy hoping these will be "opened" soon.
If you fix that, then i am sure people will wonder how
This is what I thought, too. Removing Blu-ray region code looks too trivial compared to cracking BD+.
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Here I will prompt your:
How did you design the algorithm for the removal of Blue-ray region coding?

Seriously, I am kind of curious.
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Here I will prompt your:
How did you design the algorithm for the removal of Blue-ray region coding?

Seriously, I am kind of curious.
OK. Here is the story.

I knew for long time that in order to remove Blu-ray region code, AnyDVD only modifies MovieObject.bdmv file. One day I accidentally came across file called "MovieObject.xsd". I found it in program folders of one of the Sonic's programs. Then I made an attempt to match real MovieObject.bdmv file from one of my Blu-ray movies with that schema. I spent an evening doing that, and to my surprise, I succeeded in doing so. After that, I wrote a program which parses MovieObject.bdmv file and converts it to readable and analyzable form, MovieObject.bdmv.txt file.

Then I applied this program to all 18 MovieObject.bdmv files of 18 Blu-ray movies I had at that time (In fact, only 6 of them had region code). Also I applied it to AnyDVD's modified versions of MovieObject.bdmv files (4 different versions of each file - with different AnyDVD settings: Automatic, Region A, B, and C). Then I compared original and AnyDVD's versions of MovieObject.bdmv.txt files. After that, I figured out the algorithm. Also, to make sure that the criteria I was going to use to decide when to modify a byte, are indeed correct, I was opening each MovieObject.bdmv.txt file in Excel, and did some analysis after applyng standard filter.

The biggest surpise to me after all that was that I figured out that my original theory on what exactly AnyDVD does when it removes Blu-ray region code was wrong. I thought that it does some kind of re-routing. In fact, from the code it looks like it substitutes region code which supposed to come from player, with predefined region code which you tell it to use. So this happens before any routing.

So you see that in fact all the credit for removing Blu-ray region code should go to Slysoft. I just did some reverse engineering.

Here you can download the code:

http://rapidshare.com/files/60880377..._Code.zip.html
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