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Old 23rd January 2007, 20:49   #141  |  Link
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Good job muslix64 & Janvitos!

What was the problem with file buffering?
I simply added buffering to BackupHDDVD, the source of BackupBluRay is nearly the same in that part. Perhaps my fix don't work with the BluRay version, perhaps not?

To help you know, I have added the same fix to backupbluray, try it and if it works great look at DecryptBluRayMedia.java, other sorry for wasting your time

http://www.sendspace.com/file/u79sqn
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Old 23rd January 2007, 20:50   #142  |  Link
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haha you guys rock. Its funny how they spend countless hours and millions of dollars on useless protections.
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Old 23rd January 2007, 20:55   #143  |  Link
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I just burned the movie "Corpse Bride" on a BD-RE disc and guess what... It plays back in WinDVD !!!
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Old 23rd January 2007, 21:04   #144  |  Link
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I just burned the movie "Corpse Bride" on a BD-RE disc and guess what... It plays back in WinDVD !!!
are you able to get to a ps3 and test?
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Old 23rd January 2007, 21:08   #145  |  Link
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Unfortunately i don't have a PS3 but i guess i could buy one and return it
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Old 23rd January 2007, 21:24   #146  |  Link
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I just burned the movie "Corpse Bride" on a BD-RE disc and guess what... It plays back in WinDVD !!!
CONGRATULATIONS ! WE reached yet another milestone
Now we can start to think about semi-profesional piratism All we need is a PC device (Blu-Ray reader or burner), blank media, BackUPBluray utility to rip and decrypt and of corse the key would be WinDVD software that allows playing on PC monitor or other devices full 1920x1080 res. without any HDCP stuff. It know looks like it would be more easier paas friends and other eager people those BD-R media with movies - just pop in into PC drive and watch without any moving to local HDD and other rather complicated stuff ...
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Old 23rd January 2007, 22:20   #147  |  Link
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Nice job Janvitos

Too bad that 1 BD-R 25GB costs $17 and BD-R 50GB is over $30
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Old 23rd January 2007, 22:38   #148  |  Link
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Yes, prices are still high and if you are lucky you can get BD-R for 12$-14$. And the worst still is that prices for media stays in the same level alreday fro some 4 month ! It's about time to start gradually falling by 1$ a mont to some 7-8$ level !
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Just did some quick search and this seems just the better deal right now :
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FUJIFILM 25GB 2X BD-R(Blu-ray) Single Disc - Retail for 13.99$ at NewEgg with FREE shipping

And this is strange that there are almost no multi packages present into market. Only one offer for 5 package and some for 2 package BD-R media and no significant price gain with those

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Old 23rd January 2007, 22:40   #149  |  Link
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yes, european prices are a little bit higher.
burn a movie on a BD-R is at the moment very expensive, to save data from your HD it's perfect media.
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Old 23rd January 2007, 22:51   #150  |  Link
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Too bad that 1 BD-R 25GB costs $17 and BD-R 50GB is over $30
All the more reason to buy the original if you like the movie ...
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Old 23rd January 2007, 23:14   #151  |  Link
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All the more reason to buy the original if you like the movie ...
Here in Europe we have prices 25-38 euros fro good Blu-ray movie, but price for BD-R is around 12-13 euros.
Let's say we are 4 friends - early adaptors with Blu-ray PC drives in our PC's. Then we each put together 3.5 euros, buy media, download from torrents ripped and decripted movie, burn to BD-R, and take turns watching it ! If we buy original, then our expenses would be 7-9 euros each.
And I hope that media prices will fall, but it's very unlikely that prices of new and popular Blu-ray movie releases would drop ...
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Old 23rd January 2007, 23:53   #152  |  Link
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Here in Europe we have prices 25-38 euros fro good Blu-ray movie, but price for BD-R is around 12-13 euros.
Let's say we are 4 friends - early adaptors with Blu-ray PC drives in our PC's. Then we each put together 3.5 euros, buy media, download from torrents ripped and decripted movie, burn to BD-R, and take turns watching it ! If we buy original, then our expenses would be 7-9 euros each.
And I hope that media prices will fall, but it's very unlikely that prices of new and popular Blu-ray movie releases would drop ...
This tool is meant to allow backing up you original copies of a movie so you can keep from damaging the original and/or to allow playback on a non-HDCP compliant monitor at full resolution. This is not meant to allow one to pirate the material.
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I can't see BD-R prices coming down soon. Them costing near as much as (or more than) the actual movies is another anti-piracy measure. Though for irony's sake you could burn smaller ones to HD-DVD disks.
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File got removed 'cos of too many "complaints"
Yeah, FYI, Rapidshare is absolute total crap.


Now someone make further progress on decrypting BD so we can get back on topic.
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CONGRATULATIONS ! WE reached yet another milestone
Now we can start to think about semi-profesional piratism All we need is a PC device (Blu-Ray reader or burner), blank media, BackUPBluray utility to rip and decrypt and of corse the key would be WinDVD software that allows playing on PC monitor or other devices full 1920x1080 res. without any HDCP stuff. It know looks like it would be more easier paas friends and other eager people those BD-R media with movies - just pop in into PC drive and watch without any moving to local HDD and other rather complicated stuff ...
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Here in Europe we have prices 25-38 euros fro good Blu-ray movie, but price for BD-R is around 12-13 euros.
Let's say we are 4 friends - early adaptors with Blu-ray PC drives in our PC's. Then we each put together 3.5 euros, buy media, download from torrents ripped and decripted movie, burn to BD-R, and take turns watching it ! If we buy original, then our expenses would be 7-9 euros each.
And I hope that media prices will fall, but it's very unlikely that prices of new and popular Blu-ray movie releases would drop ...
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This tool is meant to allow backing up you original copies of a movie so you can keep from damaging the original and/or to allow playback on a non-HDCP compliant monitor at full resolution. This is not meant to allow one to pirate the material.
Exactly jokin.

@kuklitis - any more talk along these lines will incur a rule 6 strike. Stick to the topic. You wanna talk about how you or other people can pirate DVDs/BR/HDDVD, please do it elsewhere.

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Old 24th January 2007, 06:05   #155  |  Link
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Get the other link !

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Old 24th January 2007, 06:18   #156  |  Link
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Janvitos,

Most excellent! Great job!

Did you use HDV camera to make the video?

Congratulations!


I guess I am going to buy BD drive soon..
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Old 24th January 2007, 06:48   #157  |  Link
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Nice! you should put the camcorder on something stable tho, picture qual aint great and very wobbly. also you should make a video showing how to do it from start to end, show backupbluray in action, getting the keys etc with keyfinder, decrypting, then watching off hdd unencrypted, state that your graphics card is non-hdcp (assuming it isnt) and then show video of it running like in here.

then put it on youtube.
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Nice! you should put the camcorder on something stable tho, picture qual aint great and very wobbly. also you should make a video showing how to do it from start to end, show backupbluray in action, getting the keys etc with keyfinder, decrypting, then watching off hdd unencrypted, state that your graphics card is non-hdcp (assuming it isnt) and then show video of it running like in here.

then put it on youtube.
and include your home address and phone number as well and see "Removed by the request of Sony Corporation" a few minutes after.
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Doom9 is getting more press over these efforts than I can recall in all my years of coming by.

Somebody should hook Muslix64 with some Blu-Ray/HD-DVD equipment so he can further his studies.

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Doom9 is getting more press over these efforts than I can recall in all my years of coming by.

Somebody should hook Muslix64 with some Blu-Ray/HD-DVD equipment so he can further his studies.

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I do agree, and more than willing to contribute. But we have to figure out how to do it.
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