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Old 11th June 2005, 19:06   #1  |  Link
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DVD Decrypter will live Forever...with a little help.

I posted this in another thread, but I believe it deserves it's own thread as to many people are saying that DVDD is going the way of the Dodo bird.

The following is from the author of CloneDVD:

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I would be happy if you use CloneDVD, but dispite common believe you can combine AnyDVD with DVDDecrypter as well.
Just do the following:

1.) Use ElbyCDIO as the I/O model.
2.) Disable the structural protection removal in DVDDecrypter.

DVDDecrypter will see the disc as unprotected and will continue to work... forever.
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So, as is apparent we can continue to use DVD Decrypter Forever. However, we would have to purchase AnyDVD to work with it.

You can get AnyDVD Here
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I am not marketing AnyDVD. I just wanted to show that there was an available way to continue to use DVDD.

Lightning UK! obviously had AnyDVD in mind or he would not have made available the I/O option.

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Thanks for the info. You are right, never would have seen this if it wasn't for this thread .
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thanks. I never knew that
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Excellent info. to have! Thanks very much. I've tried using these 2 progs in combination before but it didn't seem to work. I didn't know that I would need to change Decrypter settings to do it.

AnyDVD and CloneDVD are both excellent programs. I hope AnyDVD will continue to be updated and stay safe from lawsuits.

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addendum: BTW, anyone know if similar setting adjustments might be necessary in order to use Decrypter in conjunction with something like DVD43?
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I hope AnyDVD will continue to be updated and stay safe from lawsuits.
AnyDVD development is located in Antigua where it is perfectly legal to make backup copies of DVD's. It is, also, constantly updated.

So, as I stated DVDD will be able to be used "Ad infinitum", with the help of AnyDVD.
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P.S. I deleted the original post, as it was not needed since I started this thread
about DVDD. (For those looking for it).
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2.) Disable the structural protection removal in DVDDecrypter.
Is that the "Check for structure protection" under the general tab?
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Can a similar proceedure be adopted to link free tools, such as DVD For Free (DVD 43) to DVD Decrypter?


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Well...

I think the best way to "solve" the problem is to join an (european) open source backup software, so the author' knowledge will not wasted.

What about FairUse ??
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FairUse isn't open-source though, is it?
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Yes it is (GPL). It doesn't come with a ripper though.

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Is that the "Check for structure protection" under the general tab?
That is the one that is indicated.
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P.S. I notice that in some other threads the self-serving are trying to take advantage of the problems of LIGHTNING UK! and DVD Decrypter to make a few dollars.

"May a camel piss in their tent and a plague fall upon their house".
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Can a similar proceedure be adopted to link free tools, such as DVD For Free (DVD 43) to DVD Decrypter?
I feel certain the method is attainable. However, it is beyond my ability, at present.

Maybe some of the more knowledgeable amongst us could give some advice.

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Can a similar proceedure be adopted to link free tools, such as DVD For Free (DVD 43) to DVD Decrypter?
Well it seems as if DVD43 has released some source code to DvDidle so we can use this tool to Decrypt for Free. Try it Here. It works with ARccOS.

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P.S. A little cross post, but it is relevent. I started a thread in the "One click DVD backup solutions" forum.
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hi all where is the option in dvdd i can not find it thanks
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Make sure you have the latest version. Then click on Tools, Settings and then on the General TAB uncheck check for structure protection. Do also Remove Structure Protection on the File, ISO and ISO Read Mode tab.
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what about patch mv2 patch timecode will i leave that on ?????
why do you need to change to Use ElbyCDIO as the I/O model instead of SPTI- microsoft what is the diffrence and why change this option jsut thought i would ask just interested

I tried DVD Region+CSS Free the latest version 5.9.10 and used it with dvddecrypter and it could not rip closer region 2 it hangs on the first vob

i tried anydvd with dvdd and worked why does DVD Region+CSS Free
not work i thought that would do as well which is better tool do you think
or is there a better way

i herd anydvd recks your dvd readers it burns them out or somthing can not remember where i read it is this true

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MeridiusUK:
In the settings of DVD Region+CSS Free, you have a list of programs that actually work together...
DVD Decrypter is, by default, not added in this list, if you want to make them work together, you have to add DVD Decrypter manually.
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hi there m8 i did add it and it still did not work only anydvd works as closer did rip with anydvd and decrypter just not with the css free

what about patch mv2 patch timecode will i leave that on ?????
why do you need to change to Use ElbyCDIO as the I/O model instead of SPTI- microsoft what is the diffrence and why change this option jsut thought i would ask just interested

also why do you have to change the options on dd can you not use it the way it is with anydvd what would happen if you did not cjange the optiions in dd

i herd anydvd recks your dvd readers it burns them out or somthing can not remember where i read it is this true

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