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Old 6th March 2007, 08:22   #341  |  Link
ShadowFlare
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Well here is something to play with.

fetchvid.exe

For me it works with WinDVD (which is the most sensitive I believe) and the Xbox 360 HD DVD. My sweet spot is a time value between 390 and 420. I usually set it at 410 which works perfectly (btw time is measured in nr of AGID retrieval attempts counted from the moment the player accesses the drive).

Just try it and play with it a bit.

Remember: this program does not use the private key. It just "watches" the drive carefully and then pretends to be the software player.

It works for HD DVD only atm.

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Regards,

arnezami

PS. This is experimental programming. There could be bugs in it.
So, theoretically your program could automatically find the correct value, only telling the user when to open the player to play and when to reopen the player to try again. It could do it by the same process you performed manually, but automatically changing to different values instead.

Once the value is found, it could be saved for later use, correct? Or would this value possibly change on the same computer and drive depending on factors such as the quality of the disc, etc.?

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Old 6th March 2007, 17:49   #342  |  Link
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Another option would be to integrate fetchvid with a controlling application (might as well be a GUI). You would inform the controller app where your copy of WinDVD (or whichever) is located, and the controlling app could orchestrate the timing, opening of WinDVD, etc. You could also automate the trial and error portion to sync the controlling application to your specific system, assuming no better marker or process for tapping the information can be found.
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Old 16th June 2007, 16:56   #343  |  Link
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hm..this is interesting...
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