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Old 13th January 2007, 07:27   #681  |  Link
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Yeah, I would just stick with the latest stock update form java, nothing fancy.
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Old 13th January 2007, 07:38   #682  |  Link
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For those interested in getting the SHA1 hash for the VTKF000.AACS files. I used this method.

Download this tool from Microsoft.
http://download.microsoft.com/downlo...90-x86-enu.exe
After downloading, install to Windows\System32 directory.
Open command prompt and type:
fciv -sha1 i:\AACS (Where "i" is the HD-DVD drive letter)
Take the hash for the VTKF000.AACS file.
Note that the hash has to be all caps in the keydb.cfg file.
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Old 13th January 2007, 07:56   #683  |  Link
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Try this: HashCalc
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Old 13th January 2007, 07:57   #684  |  Link
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What I'm missing from this?

Code:
0e75082678aad5cd4410a28a662d6832d21eb325=KING KONG                |V|MM/DD/YY|802F78B1B20D1183638D84E1A96D6EDD

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Old 13th January 2007, 08:04   #685  |  Link
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nothing. The date is not necessary. Or are you recieving and error?
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Old 13th January 2007, 08:06   #686  |  Link
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What I'm missing from this?

Code:
0e75082678aad5cd4410a28a662d6832d21eb325=KING KONG                |V|MM/DD/YY|802F78B1B20D1183638D84E1A96D6EDD
I believe the hash is case sensitive...so

0E7.....

you can also change the date to 00/00/00

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Old 13th January 2007, 08:08   #687  |  Link
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Tutorial

Ok, now that this is proven to work, could someone post a semi in-depth tutorial on what to do and what to look for.

Thanks
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Old 13th January 2007, 08:09   #688  |  Link
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nothing. The date is not necessary. Or are you recieving and error?
"can not find in in my database, please update your key file"
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Old 13th January 2007, 08:10   #689  |  Link
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Yes that is because it has to be all caps as was said.
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Old 13th January 2007, 09:07   #690  |  Link
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You guys having any trouble with the decrypted King Kong feature evo's?
They dont play back for me in PowerDVD 6.5 HD but the Serenity evo's do.
This is what I have so far.
C8A57242AF4CB5C0D7848BDA10821F984DC656E0=Serenity |V|MM/DD/YY| D075568AE6BB0B3F85446927B3794C28
0E75082678AAD5CD4410A28A662D6832D21EB325=King Kong |V|MM/DD/YY| 802F78B1B20D1183638D84E1A96D6EDD
0000000000000000000000000000000000000000=12 Monkeys |V|MM/DD/YY| 2662C05B5238B0C50BD1BDF693223712
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Old 13th January 2007, 09:10   #691  |  Link
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Not full res but you get the drift. BTW they disabled screencap in PowerDVD. Probably the same will apply to all players.

http://filexoom.com/public/pview/7856/3.png
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Old 13th January 2007, 09:11   #692  |  Link
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[QUOTE=luders;933624]You guys having any trouble with the decrypted King Kong feature evo's?
They dont play back for me in PowerDVD 6.5 HD but the Serenity evo's do.[/quaote]

Which is probably why Muslix did not include it in his list of movies. I think some titles have some other stuff in them that might need to be overcome. Some extra level of crap.
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Old 13th January 2007, 09:16   #693  |  Link
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Oh sure.. I forgot, that whole ucontrol deal. Thanks.
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Old 13th January 2007, 09:18   #694  |  Link
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Anybody got keys for Batman Begins and Van Helsing so I can see if those suffer the same fate?
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Old 13th January 2007, 09:26   #695  |  Link
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PowerDVD7.2 (@Horse+donkey) plays decrypted king kong.

But skips and stutters so bad it's not watchable.

I only have a Opteron 146 at 2.3ghz and it just barely can handle playing the movie back from the 360-drive.

What about creating a Daemon Image file so powerdvd actually thinks is playing from a disc?

Feature title 26.9 GB, that is huge!
I can not see that being transcoded down to 8.5gb (DL DVDR)
without loosing major quility.

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Old 13th January 2007, 09:55   #696  |  Link
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I am still wondering on the Nav chain problem and the fix. From the source I saw that Muslix64 sets the MSB of the VOBU_EndAddress to 0x7F (in V0.99 to 0x0F). This can never be a good idea. It would also explain why the bitrate spiked to 300Mbit/s. Would it be possible that the problem was in PowerDVD 6.5 and that 7.2 plays the files fine with the original value? Because from what I checked in the original streams, the value for VOBU_EndAddress is just correct.
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Old 13th January 2007, 10:19   #697  |  Link
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Congratulations!
So now you see BackupHDDVD is not a fake...
Now we have to make movies with the IME feature playable with PowerDVD.

Then, ... BD+!
I now am a believer. Glad you came back from vacation.

Secondly Was it PowerDVDs memory that you guys dumped to find the key? or was it WinDvD? Or can you find it in both? Just wondering if PowerDvds Media remark was true.
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For those interested in getting the SHA1 hash for the VTKF000.AACS files. I used this method.

Download this tool from Microsoft.
http://download.microsoft.com/downlo...90-x86-enu.exe
After downloading, install to Windows\System32 directory.
Open command prompt and type:
fciv -sha1 i:\AACS (Where "i" is the HD-DVD drive letter)
Take the hash for the VTKF000.AACS file.
Note that the hash has to be all caps in the keydb.cfg file.
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Try this: HashCalc
WinHex can calculate the hash value for a file. You probably need WinHex for the memory dump anyway, so why not use if for the hash calculation too.
In WinHex use these two step to find the SHA-1 hash value:
1) Open VTKF000.AACS with File -> Open [Ctrl+O]
2) Calculate hash value with Tools -> Compute Hash [Ctrl+F2] and choose SHA-1 (160 bit) and hit OK.

If you don't want to use WinHex for this task, then there's also the nice little HashTab Windows Shell Extension
that can do the calculation for you.
After installation of HashTab just right-click on VTKF000.AACS in Windows Explorer, then choose Properties and click at the new File Hashes tab shown below:

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Old 13th January 2007, 11:44   #699  |  Link
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Java is giving me problems.

An unexpected error has been detected by HotSpot Virtual Machine:
# Internal Error (4E41544956452C4F4F4B55500E43505000D5), pid=3704, tid=3304
# Java VM: Java HotSpot(TM) Server VM (1.5.0_10-b03 mixed mode)


I take it I ony need the JDK 6 from here:
http://java.sun.com/javase/downloads/index.jsp


Update: I uninstalled all versions that was on my computer, downloaded the 53mb java file
Copied the folder
C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0\jre\bin\server
to
C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.6.0\bin\server

it now works!
The FAQ.txt says Java Runtime 1.5 is required, maybe it should have said 1.6 instead of 1.5?

Quote:
-What are the system requirements to use "Backup HDDVD"

1 - A Windows based system
2 - A HDDVD disk drive
3 - A HDDVD player software (like PowerDVD)
4 - A HDDVD movie(s)
5 - Java runtime 1.5
6 - The possibility to access the content of the disk with a drive letter under windows.
(you may need UDF 2.5 file system driver for this)
7 - A lot of free hard disk space to backup your movies!
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For those interested in getting the SHA1 hash for the VTKF000.AACS files. I used this method.<snip>
Or simply modify Muslix64's code in the BackupHDDVD.java file to have it report the hash it reads from the disk and recompile with the Sun JDK:
Code:
<snip>
    System.out.println("Found valid HD-DVD source.");

    byte[] keyFileHash = Utils.hashFile(keyFile);
    System.out.println("Look for this movie in my database");
    Properties TitleKeyDatabase = new Properties();
    try{
    TitleKeyDatabase.load(new FileInputStream("TKDB.cfg"));
    System.out.println("Hash read...");
    System.out.println(Utils.toHexString(keyFileHash));
<snip>
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