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    http://www.boingboing.net/2007/02/13...hddvd-bro.html

  • #2
    Slysoft the maker of ANYDVD has had a Blu-Ray version for a while now.
    Be passionate about what you believe in, or why bother.

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    • #3
      The MPAA is going to have the devil's own time going after Slysoft, too. They're in the Caymans, and they don't give a flying fuck what anybody says, or even if they make any money. In related news, DVDXCopy is back as DVDXCopy International, picked up by a foreign company that can't be destroyed as 3-2-1 Studios was.

      RIAA might as well pack it in. Their business model cannot compete with technology.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Airshark View Post
        The MPAA is going to have the devil's own time going after Slysoft, too. They're in the Caymans, and they don't give a flying fuck what anybody says, or even if they make any money. In related news, DVDXCopy is back as DVDXCopy International, picked up by a foreign company that can't be destroyed as 3-2-1 Studios was.

        RIAA might as well pack it in. Their business model cannot compete with technology.
        Did I ever tell you I almost quit my job at Chrysler to go to work for 321 Studios the makers of XCopy?
        I was amazed it was for sale in stores, just walk into CompUSA and buy dvd pirating software... lol
        Be passionate about what you believe in, or why bother.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by madyaks View Post
          Did I ever tell you I almost quit my job at Chrysler to go to work for 321 Studios the makers of XCopy?
          I was amazed it was for sale in stores, just walk into CompUSA and buy dvd pirating software... lol
          Know when they killed themselves? GamesXCopy. I have a copy sitting on my shelf, never used it. It immediately cost them the support of the rest of the software industry, since it was obvious they were going to move to the general piracy business.

          And DVDXCopy is really, really weak compared to DVD Shrink plus AnyDVD. For starters, DVDXCopy used to put a copied disk warning in front of every duplicate; AnyDVD removes those notices.

          They used to talk about DVD Decrypter. Even then, RIAA was stupid - they stopped the limited-function DVD Decrypter while the much more powerful and general AnyDVD basically made a mockery of them.

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          • #6
            But then I realized why I first didn't find the Media Key: it was removed from memory after the Volume ID was retrieved and the VUK calculated. I also saw that in my "corrupt" memdump the VUK, Vol ID, Media Key and the Title Key MAC were all closely clustered in memory: in the first 50kb (of the entire multi megabyte file!) but there were large empty parts around it. Almost as if it was cleaned up. This gave me an idea: what I wanted to do is "record" all changes in this part of memory during startup of the movie. Hopefully I would catch something insteresting. In the end I did something a little more effiecient: I used the hd dvd vuk extractor (thanks ape!) and adapted it to slow down the software player (while scanning its memory continously) and at the very moment the Media Key (which I now knew: my bottom-up approach really paid off here) was detected it halted the player. I then made a memdump with WinHex. I now had the feeling I had something.
            And I did. Not suprisingly the very first C-value was a hit. I then checked if everyting was correct, asked for confirmation and here we are.
            Why didn't I think of that?
            If you believe in something sacrifice a hobo to it or don't bother.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Turd Ferguson View Post
              Why didn't I think of that?


              Moon

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Turd Ferguson View Post
                Why didn't I think of that?
                Because you're a dumbass?

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                • #9
                  BD 2.0 is within days of being released...
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Airshark View Post
                    Because you're a dumbass?
                    Words hurt, asshole.
                    If you believe in something sacrifice a hobo to it or don't bother.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by BringBackZezel View Post
                      BD 2.0 is within days of being released...
                      Will it break every existing BD player out there??? Stay tuned...
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Blues Fan in SF View Post
                        Will it break every existing BD player out there??? Stay tuned...

                        nah, it's really only adds the "online" and "interactive" features that HD-DVD folks said were what made their product better.
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Airshark View Post
                          Know when they killed themselves? GamesXCopy. I have a copy sitting on my shelf, never used it. It immediately cost them the support of the rest of the software industry, since it was obvious they were going to move to the general piracy business.

                          And DVDXCopy is really, really weak compared to DVD Shrink plus AnyDVD. For starters, DVDXCopy used to put a copied disk warning in front of every duplicate; AnyDVD removes those notices.

                          They used to talk about DVD Decrypter. Even then, RIAA was stupid - they stopped the limited-function DVD Decrypter while the much more powerful and general AnyDVD basically made a mockery of them.
                          They put that notice there to try to appease the MPAA, of course it didn't work.

                          I have been using Slysoft's stuff for a long time.
                          Shrink + AnyDVD is good, I like DVDFab too.
                          Be passionate about what you believe in, or why bother.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by madyaks View Post
                            They put that notice there to try to appease the MPAA, of course it didn't work.

                            I have been using Slysoft's stuff for a long time.
                            Shrink + AnyDVD is good, I like DVDFab too.
                            So is that the recommended setup these days (DVD Shrink + AnyDVD)? I got a Vista machine a few months ago and never re-installed what I used on XP. I had a cracked copy of 1ClickDVDCopy along with some decrypter that had a smiley face system tray icon (DVDDecrypter?).

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                            • #15
                              I like shrink and anydvd, but as I sad dvdfab is great too.
                              Be passionate about what you believe in, or why bother.

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