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Old 21st January 2007, 15:25   #1  |  Link
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BackupHDDVD (C# Port)

Get BackupHDDVD (C# Port) 1.0 from here.
Get BackupHDDVDGUI 0.6 from here. (discontinued)

You will need .NET Framework 2.0 to run these apps.
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Old 21st January 2007, 15:49   #2  |  Link
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cleanup in the other thread..

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I was working on a C# port myself but looks like NghtShd beat me to it. I did create a nice looking wrapper GUI for BackupHDDVD using C# .. just couldn't post it earlier because of the 5 day posting restriction for new users.

Get it from here.
And here are the screen shots .... let me know if you guys like it or not.
your exe rox!!!

i just did king kong from 1 hdd* to another hdd* in, 13 minutes 19 seconds, only @ 1-core

edit: how about an option to merge feature1+feature2 ?

please add ime mod

edit2: *300+MB/s hdd <-> 300+MB/s hdd
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Old 21st January 2007, 15:53   #3  |  Link
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Thanks Emon.

Testing as we speak.

Keep it up buddy!

Now I will go out and buy some HD DVDs which I would never do before muslix64 devlopment started.

Talk about losses to Hollywood

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Old 21st January 2007, 15:54   #4  |  Link
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2. Incorporating the various key finding methods from the memory. ( which method works the best btw? ).
The C++ HD-DVD Volume Key Finder made by "ape" works best.
He has also made a modified Blu-Ray Key Finder.
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The C++ HD-DVD Volume Key Finder made by "ape" works best.
He has also made a modified Blu-Ray Key Finder.
Thanks He-Man .. yeah I have ape's app, though I don't have WinDVD. I use PDVD 6.5 and looks like ape's app doesn't work with that.
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Thanks He-Man .. yeah I have ape's app, though I don't have WinDVD. I use PDVD 6.5 and looks like ape's app doesn't work with that.
It would be easy to modify for any HD DVD player that stores the keys in memory. You just have to find out where they are stored and find a "memory landmark" close to the key to look for.
I don't know if anyone has extracted keys from PowerDVD 6.5, but if you make a memory dump and find the keys and a memory landmark, then it should be very easy to modify ape's application.

You can use the simple command line tool named PMDump to create a memory dump file of PowerDVD's memory to see if you can locate some know keys in PowerDVD's memory.

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whatever u are doing Emon keep doing.. 2nd version v0.1 is even faster.. same movie @ 13:02 vs 13:19 1st version awesome!

edit: 13:02, my math is kinda rough

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whatever u are doing Emon keep doing.. 2nd version v0.1 is even faster.. same movie @ 13:02 vs 13:19 1st version awesome!

edit: 13:02, my math is kinda rough
Excuse me but isn't it just the C# GUI that has been added by Emon? Doesn't it still use the original java decrypter? If so this C# GUI should have no influence on the spped at all.
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Excuse me but isn't it just the C# GUI that has been added by Emon? Doesn't it still use the original java decrypter? If so this C# GUI should have no influence on the spped at all.
idk what Emons doing.. but the other exe ive ran, the QQ mod exe took 2 hours 9 min to complete.. same system, same movie

i was never able to run the original java decrypter, ive tried the suggested workarounds to no available, if someone would post a step by step on how to run backuphddvdv1.00 id be more than happy to compare to this gui..
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Old 24th January 2007, 21:02   #10  |  Link
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Get the version 0.2 from here

Finally I ported it to C# (thanks to NghtShd awesome work!). However, I kept my GUI separate from it. So my C# port is a standalone command line version of muslix64's BackHDDVD v1.00.

In the GUI now you have the option to choose either muslix64's Java version or my C# version of the decryption engine.

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looking good emon, you should discontinue the java version, there are already java versions out, just work on the fully c# version you have.

also some benchmark comparisons would be nice!
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Get the version 0.2 from here

Finally I ported it to C# (thanks to NghtShd awesome work!). However, I kept my GUI separate from it. So my C# port is a standalone command line version of muslix64's BackHDDVD v1.00.

In the GUI now you have the option to choose either muslix64's Java version or my C# version of the decryption engine.
@ C# i get this,

Backup HD-DVD V1.00 (C# Port) Starting
Testing source
Could not find HD-DVD source E:\KingKongHD

@ Java, completes in 13:16

ill update the bench after the fix..
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Neither the Java nor the C# decryption engine options work for me.

With C#, I get:
Backup HD-DVD v1.00 (c# port) starting
Testing source
Could not find HD-DVD source J:\

(I just tried the .exe at the cmd prompt and it does the same, can't find source j

When I try the java, I get a whole slew of java errors in the window:

java.long.UnsupportedClassVersionError: Bad version number in .class.....

I can use the stand alone backuphddvd as well as the java based gui with no problems.

Also, the hddvd key database option, lets you save the same title over and over again. Perhaps a sha1 dupe check should be implemented?
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Old 24th January 2007, 22:00   #14  |  Link
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same for me, java version works, c# port can't find source
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same for me, java version works, c# port can't find source
arrg .. maybe I missed something obvious. I am at work now. Let me get to home then I will upload a new version.
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Neither the Java nor the C# decryption engine options work for me.

With C#, I get:
Backup HD-DVD v1.00 (c# port) starting
Testing source
Could not find HD-DVD source J:\

(I just tried the .exe at the cmd prompt and it does the same, can't find source j

When I try the java, I get a whole slew of java errors in the window:

java.long.UnsupportedClassVersionError: Bad version number in .class.....

I can use the stand alone backuphddvd as well as the java based gui with no problems.

Also, the hddvd key database option, lets you save the same title over and over again. Perhaps a sha1 dupe check should be implemented?
I think the "java.lang.UnsupportedClassVersionError" is getting thrown because I also updated the original java version and compiled it under java 1.6/6.0.

You should be able to just replace the "BackupHDDVD.jar" that I zipped up with the original "BackupHDDVD.jar" (or install jre 1.6).
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in the meantime, Emon, anyone, link to v0.1? cant find it..

thanx!
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Try the 0.2 now. btw for java engine you need jre 1.6
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Old 24th January 2007, 22:58   #19  |  Link
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The C# version should be faster then the Java version.
Simply because C# is going through 1 DLL before hitting the kernel. Where as Java is going through its own little sandbox, where the JVM is in control and monitoring everything.
But then again I'm still playing with 1.6, I could be very wrong.
Good job on the port to C# Emon, I was about to finish mine when you released yours.

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Try the 0.2 now. btw for java engine you need jre 1.6
v0.2, java @ 13 min 47 sec, C# @ 15 min 15sec
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