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Old 5th September 2021, 15:15   #81  |  Link
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I'd recommend Xreveal by yubsoft. It's a free on-the-fly decrypter that uses the keys from your keydb.cfg file to decrypt any blu-ray you insert and doesn't require access to the internet.
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My question was about replacing anyDVD who decrypt the bluray "on the fly" (which allow free access to the content of the bluray, so any video player who can read mkv will play movie files directly from the disc) with an open soft that doesn't need to access the internet to find the bluray keys and just get them from keybd (via libaacs ?)
MakeMKV can do that. (Ah, just saw it, Nev mentioned it too)
You can expose libmmbd to other programs (like players).
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I'd recommend Xreveal by yubsoft. It's a free on-the-fly decrypter that uses the keys from your keydb.cfg file to decrypt any blu-ray you insert and doesn't require access to the internet.
Sounds interesting

Will test it tonight.

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I'd recommend Xreveal by yubsoft. It's a free on-the-fly decrypter that uses the keys from your keydb.cfg file to decrypt any blu-ray you insert and doesn't require access to the internet.
Thank you very much !
I'll try it tonight.
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MakeMKV can do that. (Ah, just saw it, Nev mentioned it too)
You mean you can use MakeMKV without internet, with just the keydb file ? I've vaguely tried this once, but to no effect.


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You can expose libmmbd to other programs (like players).
Can you develop a little bit ?
How can you do that ?
Thank you very much for any insight.
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can we please stop talking about 3rd party applications that work without libaacs/libbdplus, since the whole point of this thread was to avoid such applications. Use a different forum thread for those.

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Hello all,

I'm not entirely sure if all changes to libaacs are merged to upstream yet (IIRC they are). Regarding libbdplus and the cached convtab functionality: Cached convtabs are working with and is fully supported by upstream libbdplus as of today! The functionality itself was added upstream in the last few days except the automatic load from the cache directory. I created a merge request for this missing bit and added table loading from .config/bdplus (suggestion by the upstream maintainers) aswell as loading from the system config dir, that MR got merged today. Also, BD+ disc playback from within Kodi got fixed properly in libbluray, so the patch tampering with bdplus_m2ts() isn't necessary anymore when using libbluray from GIT HEAD.

Thanks to the original authors of the original patches, making BD playback (on Linux and Kodi) possible without the need for proprietary closed blobs!

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