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Old 15th September 2016, 22:00   #1781  |  Link
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Hey Jdobbs, I was wondering again today, what about a feature to just replace a subtitle with an .srt one?

Some movies have tons of subtitles options that can be disabled and those will point to PID 1200, correct?
So what if, just replace a subtitle and maybe if possible, change the country flag code.
I mean, using full disc backup.

This would be pretty safe I assume?

I know from my tests here that the flag for the country is only present at the MPLS Playlist file, no CLPI or anything.

Since the hash for the file is already being redone I guess this would be ok?
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Old 25th April 2017, 20:48   #1782  |  Link
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Feature request alternate output

Hi jdobbs,

I did a lot of MP4s lately with great success. All problems I had with previous versions are gone. Many thanks for that in the first place.
I came accross 2 feature requests while doing them:
1. Output MP4Box commandline to a textfile in WORKFILES folder for reviewing similar to LASTCMD.TXT. Reason: Sometimes alternate outputs are out of sync because of leading malformed clips in multipart sources. The commandline could easily be used to run MP4Box from CMD later.
2. Option not to delete final .264 file that is passed to MP4Box. Reason: In case of multipart sources BD-RB creates a VIDxxx+VIDyyy.264 file that is deleted after muxing. In case I need to run MP4Box again I'd like to keep the file in WORKFILES

Many thanks for thinking about my wishes :-)

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Old 11th May 2017, 10:59   #1783  |  Link
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Feature request upspeed BD to PAL

Hi jdobbs,
what an amazing piece of software! - Thank You very much!
I have a feature request that would be great I think (especially for the folks in europe):
Could You implement the possibility to speedup the whole BD to PAL including a higher pitch of the soundtrack?
The Problem is, that a lot of movies here in europe are in 23/24 fps too, but mostly the pitch of the dubbed soundtracks is slowed down and therefore the pitch is lowered.
To a lot of movie fans I have talked to (including me) this sounds very weird (like a to slow record player) - and it ruins the joy of watching the movie. So this was always a KO criterium for me, to buy a BD.
I saw, that clownBD can do the job - but only for the main title of the BD - and without menues ...
If this would work for the whole BD including the menues this would just be AMAZING! :-)
Thank You very much!
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Old 13th June 2017, 22:23   #1784  |  Link
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Actually my feature request is not valid anymore :-)
I have written a fully automated batchfile using the MUX_MOVIE_ONLY/ALTERNATE.meta files to call tsmuxer if I need that.

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Old 7th October 2017, 13:32   #1785  |  Link
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With the UHD encryption seemingly overcome, and a Russian company selling software to back up your discs (along with recommendations on drives), would it be possible to add functionality to re-encode them to fit on a bd-50? The structure appears the same as standard blu ray discs.
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Old 7th October 2017, 14:08   #1786  |  Link
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SEEMINGLY being the key word here, So far it supposedly only works for SPECIFIC titles for a SPECIFIC region. AACS 2.0 is anything BUT cracked "globally"
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Old 7th October 2017, 16:53   #1787  |  Link
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SEEMINGLY being the key word here, So far it supposedly only works for SPECIFIC titles for a SPECIFIC region. AACS 2.0 is anything BUT cracked "globally"
The fact that they have done 30 to 40 titles indicates that it is no longer secure - the fact that it isn't 'automatic' doesn't mean it's not cracked, just that it requires manual intervention from those in the know. If they haven't got access to discs from other regions (they're Russian) then they may not be able to do those. The relatively high price of the software does seem to indicate that they need funds to obtain the discs to implement it. However, from a disc every month being 'cracked' it's now become a couple a week, so I think, given the fact that they've gone public / commercial, that the database might grow quickly, and it might be possible for them to get information from unsupported discs via the software to be able to crack it remotely.
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Old 7th October 2017, 17:25   #1788  |  Link
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No, users on the redfox forums state specifically that the developers said for now it doesn't work for all titles and all regions.
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Old 7th October 2017, 17:40   #1789  |  Link
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No, users on the redfox forums state specifically that the developers said for now it doesn't work for all titles and all regions.
Where did anyone mention all titles and all regions around here
Or is this a case of Redfox hasn't / can't do it yet so no one can
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Old 7th October 2017, 18:45   #1790  |  Link
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'no longer secure' implies being cracked, and in turn affects globally. I said, all titles here after others said it on RedFox forums. The fact that RedFox doesn't do it yet is irrelevant. I'm impartial, I don't even have any 4k gear except maybe one of my PC drives. I just look at it from all sides. No more, no less. I don't care who fully cracks or completely, as users are entitled to make fair use backups. Whether it's with RedFox software, elby, deuhd, dvdfab or another...

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Old 7th October 2017, 20:16   #1791  |  Link
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No, users on the redfox forums state specifically that the developers said for now it doesn't work for all titles and all regions.
I appreciate this - it's rather like the dvdfab cinavia removal - it appears that the software contains information for each supported release, or can 'phone home'. What you're saying is that a piece of software can't figure out how to decrypt any disc, but that's rather by-the-way compared to saying that the encryption hasn't been cracked. Quite clearly the existence of 30+ images without encryption show that it has been cracked, but that so far they haven't been able to code the software to do it automatically. I haven't got a clue how its done, but say, for instance, that they found a uhd drive which could be hacked to reveal the key. They wouldn't want to release this information, but would need to play every different disc on this drive to get the key to add to the database.
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Old 7th October 2017, 21:58   #1792  |  Link
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No it hasn't. Feel free to check the current deuhd thread on RedFox forum. Aacs uses AES 2 I think Pete said, which was very secure in some 'timing' or something. That said, the INDICATION that there's at least a partial breakthrough on the uhd decryption is something I welcome and will continue to follow until it's completely cracked. Then things can really take off for consumer fair use backups.

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Old 9th October 2017, 12:11   #1793  |  Link
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Request: Make BD-RB use LAVfilters 0.70.2

It would be great if LAVfilters 0.70.2 could be used for BD-RB.
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No it hasn't. Feel free to check the current deuhd thread on RedFox forum. Aacs uses AES 2 I think Pete said, which was very secure in some 'timing' or something. That said, the INDICATION that there's at least a partial breakthrough on the uhd decryption is something I welcome and will continue to follow until it's completely cracked. Then things can really take off for consumer fair use backups.

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I'm still puzzled as to what hasn't been cracked. There are numerous discs which have quite clearly been backed up, and don't appear to have anything missing. Therefore which aspect hasn't been defeated - this is a sincere question as if images are available of full discs, isn't that proof? Alien Covenant, which is less than 50 Gb, has been burnt to a bd-50 and plays on UHD players (all the other images are either bd-66 or bd-100).
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It would be great if LAVfilters 0.70.2 could be used for BD-RB.
Have you tried that version and it has failed? Or do you just mean they should be tested and set as the recommended version? Any particular advantages it has over the recommended version?
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Old 10th October 2017, 13:32   #1796  |  Link
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Hi jdobbs!
No, havn't tried that LAVfilters version yet, but will do when I have a new BD-RB project.
I will let you know then if any audio sync issues appear, maybe all is OK?
I use PotPlayer together with madVR and that is the only reason I have installed the latest LAVfilters.
Recently found out that MPC-HC uses it's own internal 0.70.2 LAVfilters so maybe I will drop PotPlayer.
I kind of like the GUI of PotPlayer though.

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I have to say it's a bit confusing for me with filters and all available settings in media players.
Just trying to get the most out of it, they call me Hawkeye for a reason...

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they call me Hawkeye for a reason...
Perhaps they are saying 'Cockeye' and you just aren't hearing them right...

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Perhaps they are saying 'Cockeye' and you just aren't hearing them right...
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No it hasn't. Feel free to check the current deuhd thread on RedFox forum. Aacs uses AES 2 I think Pete said, which was very secure in some 'timing' or something. That said, the INDICATION that there's at least a partial breakthrough on the uhd decryption is something I welcome and will continue to follow until it's completely cracked. Then things can really take off for consumer fair use backups.

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I think something must have changed because over the last week there have been about 3 complete disc images put on line per day.
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