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Old 3rd February 2004, 18:06   #1  |  Link
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Problems ripping a DVD

Hello,
I was trying to rip the audio of a dvd (it's a Bruce springsteen's concert).
the strange thing is that DVD decrypter wasn't unable to DeCSS the chapters. I didn't find any rule for this. It seemed that some Combinations of chapters did work, others not. In example, i noticed that if I select chapters 5-6-7, the DeCSS doesn't work, while 1-5-6-7-8 works.

in some cases the decss procedure lasts for 3-4 minutes, in others is instantaneous.

I suspect that it could be a new anticopy protection. what do you think about?
did i something wrong?

(i cannot post the image of the error that dvd decrypt. gives me.
the message is something like
scsi status: 0x02
interpretation: Check condition
CDB: a4 00 00 1f 11 10......
intrpretation: report key - title key (3)
Sense area: 70 00 05 00 00 00....
interpretation: command sequence error
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Old 3rd February 2004, 20:35   #2  |  Link
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try something else like dvdshrink.
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Or, try it in a different drive. (dvd-rom)
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Note: from the Ripping Q&A (sticky, top of this forum)
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1# Q: I have this disc XY that none of the ripping programs I tried could rip. Is this a new method of encryption?

A: There will never be a new encryption on DVDs. We have roughly a 100 million DVD capable devices worldwide, if not more. Now imagine making these superfluous... you simply cannot do that. The point of having a standard is that you can play anything anywhere or it wouldn't be a standard. The oldest 1st gen DVD players must be able to play every DVD that will ever be released. Of course, that's theoretical.. the oldest players may have problems with advanced discs because when they were manufactured nobody had ever created a complicated DVD project so there was no software out there to test the hardware. But rest assured.. DVD will always remain DVD and will always use the exact same technology.
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