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Old 30th March 2013, 13:44   #1  |  Link
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cpxm.exe / dvdcpxm.exe tools

hello everybody.
I need this tool to be able to access dvd audio ISO with decrypted content.
I can't seem to find it because all the links that I found for it are dead.
I found on avisynth.org the name of this/these tool/s and I want to use them, as DVDAudio Explorer can't handle the content.
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Old 30th March 2013, 15:26   #2  |  Link
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Avisynth wiki also says:

Alternatively, you can also use the closed source but free "DVDFab HD Decrypter 3.1.6.2" to decrypt the AOBs.
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I've tried DVDFab HD Decrypter but it couldn't handle the audio_ts folder, so I need cpxm.exe to do it manually.
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Well, if neither DVDA Explorer nor DVDFab can deal with that disc, then I think there ain't much left to do. There are various DVD-A albums which libdvdcpxm cannot handle properly. PERHAPS the author of the DVD-A input plugin has somehow improved the source-code of that library and then you could play that disc in foobar2000, it wouldn't hurt to try this......

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By that you mean that cpxm.exe abilities are included in dvdaudio explorer?
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By that you mean that cpxm.exe abilities are included in dvdaudio explorer?
But of course.

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cpxm/dvdcpxm: this tool can decrypt CPRM/CPPM protected video and audio, that is both CPRM/CPPM protected AOBs and VOBs. Here the decrypter is called dvdcpxm.exe, but i compiled it as cpxm.exe, so that's why that name is used in this guide.
And from DVDAE's ReadMe.txt:

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since Alpha 7:

1. Indexed tracks supported.
2. Multiple tracks extraction.
3. Extraction from protected media with libdvdcpxm library.
4. MLP stream decoding with mlpdec module (part of FFmpeg project).
By the way, the author of DVD-Audio Explorer and the author of foo_input_dvda are the same person, apparently.

EDIT:

http://www.avsforum.com/t/1160148/dv...foobar2000/120,
yes you'd better read the entire page

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