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Old 22nd January 2007, 12:18   #101  |  Link
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I'm tring to modify the source code of the ripper to scan every file of the source disc and not only the m2ts files.
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Old 22nd January 2007, 12:28   #102  |  Link
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Burning finished. The Samsung player reject the disc like PowerDVD: some content are still AACS encrypted.
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Old 22nd January 2007, 13:04   #103  |  Link
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I found my firts fault: I don't have to burn the AACS subdirectory.

The Samsung player still reject this disc (but I can play a BDAV movie that i produce with cyberlink powerproducer)
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Old 22nd January 2007, 15:59   #104  |  Link
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Another news: Samsung Blu-ray player can't play BDMV on BD-R or BD-RE, so now I try on the Panasonic BD-10. This is the cause of the fault. (ps: i still have problem of 2 Gb m2ts rip, and now I try several disc)
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Old 22nd January 2007, 16:07   #105  |  Link
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good luck dvdguru.
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Old 22nd January 2007, 16:27   #106  |  Link
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VC-1 is a WMV-9 type file
The good thing with Blu-Ray in regards to the backing up issue, is that the Blu-Ray encoded streams are formated the same as how satellite streams are.

So, if you can unencrypt the Blu-Ray discs, you can play them with just about any of the public domain or shareware stream players on the market. This includes the VC1 and AVC encodes, as long as you have the right codecs installed.

HD DVD uses different "wrappers" for the streams, so you require an HD DVD specific player, like Power DVD or Win DVD.
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Old 22nd January 2007, 16:31   #107  |  Link
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The Blu-ray encoded stream are encoded imo like AVC-HD, you need Elecard Mpeg Player with AVC pack if you want to play H264 format.
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Old 22nd January 2007, 16:40   #108  |  Link
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The Blu-ray encoded stream are encoded imo like AVC-HD, you need Elecard Mpeg Player with AVC pack if you want to play H264 format.
From what I have read most (if not all?) Blu-Ray movies are still MPEG2 encoded.
This is also the reason why tests shows the same movie available on both Blu-Ray and HD DVD has better picture quality on HD DVD than Blu-Ray Because HD DVD's are always VC-1 encoded and VC-1 is a better CODEC than MEPG2.
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Old 22nd January 2007, 16:46   #109  |  Link
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Yes, sure. At the moment we have 99% Mpeg2 but if you use Elecard Player with AVC pack you are 100% sure that you can play in HD every M2ts file.
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Old 22nd January 2007, 16:49   #110  |  Link
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This release is not for everyone! This is only for those who wants to experiment with early version of Blu-ray decryption.

Known limitations:

Don't support BD+
Don't support Volume unique key
Only support one CPS unit key per disc
I don't clear the HDMV_copy_control_descriptor in the stream
Don't have any FAQ or document so far...

You have to provide your own CPS unit key.

The playback seems to work with VideoLan

Because I don't have any Blu-ray equipment, I will need the help of the community to go further with Blu-ray decryption.

I have only test this with one video file...

Stay tuned!

Link:
http://www.sendspace.com/file/li9x37
Thanks for this, muslix.

How come you do not yet support the Volume Unique Key? It seems that this utility would not soves its end goal unless we start to find some VUKs, since the Title keys so far are only good for a few specific files...

Any thoughts?
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Old 22nd January 2007, 17:01   #111  |  Link
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I just saw this post online - Here are some Bluray Volume Unique Keys that have been reported:

Lord of War
CPS unit key : 07AD32DEC15BDA7F2263A5E9025D9185
Volume Unique key : C7149A7F4CC8E31C00E1C61CABE4595E

Goodfellas *WORKING*
CPS Unit Key: 49445D1F8ACCE0CC713DC168A93446D6
Volume Unique Key: 3490648EFF01012B5F554B3A3FDDC50C

5th Element
CPS Unit Key: 990596AB09F9932BB546C2235655D3E7
Volume Unique Key: 810562E69B417609A078C925E7FC24B2

The Devil's Rejects
CPS Unit Key: 043B1093978E743B6591020CF2F905B0
Volume Unique Key: 9921F244D33538C0E129E59CA0E8AA89

Terminator 2
CPS Unit Key: 61B0F7CCFB372F34BC729AE68575DD91
Volume Unique Key: 6D812383CEBFBEE2CF588C5588EC15C6

Corpse Bride
CPS Unit Key: 7EEE1A969D636F0A567A2DB236377E2A
Volume Unique Key: DB41AF50CBF9CD672B2730B666301C95

Was in a news story here:

http://www.fixxx.dk/
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Old 22nd January 2007, 17:05   #112  |  Link
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@hdhell, they got the keys from this site! look at the thread "Blu-Ray Volume Keys".
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Old 22nd January 2007, 17:12   #113  |  Link
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Uhm, i need help on configuration of "CPSKey.cfg" file.
There is the HASH for the identification of the disk, and then i don't know if i need the CPS unit key or the volume unit key.

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; Key database file for BluRay, pre-alpha version                      MM/DD/YY
B868CF7C280021D928B7EB9FF4047059085FF505=Lord of war                  |00/00/00|07AD32DEC15BDA7F2263A5E9025D9185
828C70988616E14EFE5471CA582BC4B2AF7E59D7=Quinto Elemento              |00/00/00|810562E69B417609A078C925E7FC24B2
Is this file correct?
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Old 22nd January 2007, 17:14   #114  |  Link
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@hdhell, they got the keys from this site! look at the thread "Blu-Ray Volume Keys".
Thanks - I figured as much! I have been away for a few days.

Can I suggest that the persons running the aacskeys and hdkeys websites start adding the BD keys to their sites as well?

Has anyone gotten a complete BD disc to decode properly yet, or are they still only having limited success with portions of the discs?
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Old 22nd January 2007, 17:17   #115  |  Link
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Still limitations. 2 Gb file, after a chapter the software halt.
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Old 22nd January 2007, 17:24   #116  |  Link
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Still limitations. 2 Gb file, after a chapter the software halt.
Does anyone know why?

Is this only on test files dumped from a PS3, or is this also the case on files produced from PC drives?

Also, inregards to this question http://forum.doom9.org/showpost.php?...89&postcount=8 - what are the chances of a little program for the PS3 to allow the average user to decode a disc and back it up to their PC via the network connection?
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Old 22nd January 2007, 17:26   #117  |  Link
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PC drive.
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Old 22nd January 2007, 17:46   #118  |  Link
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Backup of 5th Element on a blank blu ray works on Samsung BD1000 !!!!!
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Old 22nd January 2007, 18:18   #119  |  Link
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Alpha release

As I said, this is an Alpha release, so its buggy... I know...

I don't have any Blu-ray equipment to do proper testing. I need your help!

I don't support volume key, because I'm not there yet.

To do more testing we need to find a Blu-ray movie with more than one CPS unit key per disc. Did someone find one?

If all movies have only one CPS Unit key, we are fine for now to use that key to decrypt... (instead of volume key)

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Old 22nd January 2007, 18:23   #120  |  Link
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Can we just leave a Blu-Ray drive under a stone in a public park somewhere for you?
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