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Old 19th March 2008, 18:09   #21  |  Link
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Hitman still fails..... figures
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Old 19th March 2008, 18:22   #22  |  Link
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It is impossible to determine an algorithm that was used to scramble the data because that simply doesn't exist.
Well, there must be some algorithm. How does that BD+ script work then when it descrambles the data? It might be very sophisticated so it's not possible to figure it out by looking at the two files though.

By the way, can you please tell whether AnyDVD simply runs the BD+ script present on disc 'on the fly' when it removes BD+ encryption (the similar way players do) or you "disembowel" that script in your lab, find what I call the "algorithm" and then create your own descrambling code (possibly different for each title).

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Old 19th March 2008, 18:34   #23  |  Link
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This is really big, Slysoft is alone now at the top. Congrats to the whole Slysoft Team.

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That title was not out yet when this was in beta, it will be in the next version I would guess, it works on every other title to date.

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Great BD+ and MKB4 both revealed, all on the same day!! Check out the HD DVD Keys sticky if you don't believe me.
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Does this finally make Blu-ray disc a consumer-friendly format?
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Old 19th March 2008, 18:52   #26  |  Link
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Well done SlySoft....

Looks like it could be time to spend 63.20.

I wonder how Sony are going to react
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I bought the original package and recently paid 30 Euros for the HD upgrade.

This software is worth every penny (and more).

I even had a disc on my hard drive that was BD+ protected. So, just for the heck of it, I used ImgBurn to write it to an ISO, mounted it with Daemon Tools, and reripped. Like magic, it even caught the BD+ and corrected it on the second time through.
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I bought the original package and recently paid $30 for the HD upgrade.

This software is worth every penny (and more).

I even had a disc on my hard drive that was BD+ protected. So, just for the heck of it, I used ImgBurn to write it to an ISO, mounted it with Daemon Tools, and reripped. Like magic, it even caught the BD+ and corrected it on the second time through.
Great post from a great author jdobbs. I agree with everything you said. I also updated.
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So, jdobbs, now that BD+ is dealt with, any chance of a BD Rebuilder?
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I always knew Slysoft was one of the few companies that actually deserve the money.
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Old 19th March 2008, 21:30   #31  |  Link
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I always knew Slysoft was one of the few companies that actually deserve the money.
Absolutely. Usually the only thing I buy are the games I play and hardware. But this news made me so happy, that I bought it even without looking at the price. Worth it!
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Just bought me a license. Excellent job, Slysoft!
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anydvd(hd)/coreavc/ioftpd(donation)/flashfxp, they earned my money by listening to the wishes of their customers.
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How time flies ! Thanks to the Slysoft guys !!!
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if this turns out to be true, i could finally consider getting a blu ray player, oh the irony
Me too! Now, I just need to find a good BD drive.

Great job Slysoft!!!

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Oh yeah! It is only in Doom9 where I saw intelligent folks!

Kudos to Doom9 as well!!!

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Old 19th March 2008, 22:57   #37  |  Link
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Possible bug already?

Robocop BD+, errors after decrypting as reported by mpeg2repair:

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      MPEG2Repair: E:\RoboCop BD.ts
       
       
      Sequence Frame 121337(1-B) / Time 1:24:20 :
      VideoError: Invalid motion vector code. MBA=3510(480,464)
      Additional error(s) detected.  Increase VerboseLogLevel in INI file for details.
      FileInfo: Last video errors span 793 bytes at file offset 16785151893
       
      Sequence Frame 148522(10-B) / Time 1:43:14 :
      Info: End of MPEG2 sequence
       
      Sequence Summary:
       
      File Size Processed: 19.10 GB, Play Time: 01h:43m:14s
      1920 x 1080, 23.98 fps, 39.00 Mbps (20.73 Mbps Average).
      Average Video Quality: 105.56 KB/Frame, 0.42 Bits/Pixel.
      AC3 Audio: 3/1 Channels (L, C, R, S), 48.0 kHz, 448 kbps.
      Dialog Normalization: -27.0 dB, Center Mix Level: -3.0 dB, Surround Mix Level: -3.0 dB
      1 of 148522 video frames found with errors.
      0 of 193581 audio frames found with errors.
      793 corrupted video bytes in file.
      0.000000 seconds of video timestamp gaps.
      0.000000 seconds of audio timestamp gaps.
       
      End of Log
The m2ts file was stripped of the 4 byte header before being run through mpeg2repair in logging mode.
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Old 19th March 2008, 23:03   #38  |  Link
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If you want drives, there's a LiteOn reader (BD, DVD, CD) that you can find for $110, if you need a BD reader and DVD writer, or a BD burner, I'd look at the LG product line - I have both the reader and the burner myself, they rate quite good, have excellent specs and as a bonus they can handle HD DVD (so you could get a title from the firesale, then put it on a BD later on following the instructions you find in the authoring forum).
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Old 19th March 2008, 23:13   #39  |  Link
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I agree with Doom9. The LG drives are superb. I have the GGC read only combo drive (well, it burns DVDs) and has never let me down. It's an excellent drive. I've heard really good things about the GGW drive, as well. I'd like to get one when I build my next HTPC.
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Old 19th March 2008, 23:14   #40  |  Link
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Screenshot when the glitch occurs (does not occur when playing the original disc from the drive in PowerDVD):

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