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Old 19th March 2008, 12:41   #1  |  Link
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Slysoft finally breaks BD+

It seems finally Slysoft beated BD+

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AnyDVD v6.3.2.0 Beta

6.3.2.0 2008 03 18
- New (Blu-ray): Removes the BD+ protection from Blu-ray discs!
(for increased compatibility with titles released by Twentieth
Century Fox :-) )
- New (Blu-ray): Added option to enable / disable BD+ removal
- New (DVD): AnyDVD ripper no longer uses the Windows filesystem, it
has now its own UDF parser / reader.
Discs which cannot be read by Windows can now be copied with the
AnyDVD ripper.
- Fix (Blu-ray): Black display with some BD discs, e.g., "Layer Cake",
second release, Region B or "The Fugitive", Region B
- Fix (DVD): Small bugfix in "repairing defective disc structure"
function of AnyDVD ripper
- Fix (DVD): Problems with some Arccos protected titles, e.g.
"The Grudge", R1, US
- Some minor fixes and improvements
- Updated languages
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Old 19th March 2008, 12:48   #2  |  Link
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i doenst see any announce on slysoft forum for the beta
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Old 19th March 2008, 13:24   #3  |  Link
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I have just searched Google for "AnyDVD 6.3.2.0" and even found the download link.
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Does it work?

Has anyone tried this yet? Does it work? I will be dancing in the street if this is true.
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Old 19th March 2008, 14:25   #6  |  Link
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Please... that is not an official beta and it has a few bugs that have been fixed.
We expect the release to become available today, so pleeeease, just a little patience and don't ruin your day with a beta that wasn't meant for public in the first place...
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Please... that is not an official beta and it has a few bugs that have been fixed.
We expect the release to become available today, so pleeeease, just a little patience and don't ruin your day with a beta that wasn't meant for public in the first place...
Thanks Peer!
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@Peer: can I take out the Champaign?
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Old 19th March 2008, 14:57   #9  |  Link
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My compliments in advance (even though I don't have any BD+ disk)
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Old 19th March 2008, 14:57   #10  |  Link
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@Peer: can I take out the Champaign?
God, I nearly forgot about that! Sure, let's pour it down...
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Has anyone tried this yet? Does it work?
It does indeed!

I'm now able to play Fantastic Four 2's 00001.m2ts file directly with Windows Media Player and Media Player Classic (with PowerDVD Ultra providing video decoding, WinDVD BD providing audio decoding, and Haali Media Splitter, well, working as a splitter). It plays perfectly, except that when I switch between audio tracks there is some slowdown and some visual artifacts appear. Not sure if they can be attributed to AnyDVD being not fast enough to descramble the stream 'on the fly' at such 'extreme' conditions, or to something else.

Thank you, Slysoft, and particularly Peer and James!

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Peer,

It just came to my mind that by doing binary comparisons between just decrypted .m2ts file, and one which is both decrypted and has BD+ removed, it might be possible to figure out the scrambling (and thus, descrambling) algorithm for this particular movie. (Similar to how I found the algorithm to remove Blu-ray region code by comparing MovieObject.bdmv files). So, if I was in your place, and if this scenario is indeed possible, I would remove an option to enable/disable BD+ removal from AnyDVD interface (make it always enabled) and would also change your web service so it does not send keys for BD+ titles to whose using older versions of AnyDVD. Just a friendly advice
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Peer,

It just came to my mind that by doing binary comparisons between just decrypted .m2ts file, and one which is both decrypted and has BD+ removed, it might be possible to figure out the scrambling (and thus, descrambling) algorithm used for this particular movie. (Similar to how I found the algorithm to remove Blu-ray region code by comparing MovieObject.bdmv files). So, if I was in your place, and if this scenario is indeed possible, I would remove an option to enable/disable BD+ removal from AnyDVD interface (make it always enabled) and would also change your web service so it does not send keys for BD+ titles to whose using older versions of AnyDVD. Just a friendly advice
Such a precaution is useless, since a version with that button is already out
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Congratulations to SlySoft!
Good work!
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if this turns out to be true, i could finally consider getting a blu ray player, oh the irony
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The stable version is out
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10 years my ... Muhahaha. Finally no more stopping AnyDVD HD and reducing the resolution to 1920x1080 (why oh why did Dell leave out HDCP over dual link DVI in the 3008 when it was in the 3007?) when watching Fox titles.
The BDA should consider giving SlySoft a generous donation for making the clearly less consumer friendly format a heck of a lot more user friendly - first AACS, then the region codes and now BD+.
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Peer,

It just came to my mind that by doing binary comparisons between just decrypted .m2ts file, and one which is both decrypted and has BD+ removed, it might be possible to figure out the scrambling (and thus, descrambling) algorithm for this particular movie. (Similar to how I found the algorithm to remove Blu-ray region code by comparing MovieObject.bdmv files). So, if I was in your place, and if this scenario is indeed possible, I would remove an option to enable/disable BD+ removal from AnyDVD interface (make it always enabled) and would also change your web service so it does not send keys for BD+ titles to whose using older versions of AnyDVD. Just a friendly advice
I'm well aware, that it is possible to compare streams and record the differences.
It is impossible to determine an algorithm that was used to scramble the data because that simply doesn't exist.

It would require pretty large files to pass on the differences.

That may be an option for non-windows users or for people who are really, really sitting on their wallets

In other words: the only ones who would benefit from this procedure, wouldn't buy such a product anyway - so then it's ok with me...
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I can not be more excited about this!
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