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Old 25th February 2016, 16:47   #21  |  Link
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Won't help much when the new BDs (not only UHD BD) get updated protection schemes.
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Old 25th February 2016, 17:34   #22  |  Link
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I wonder why they didn't register their company in more "civilized" countries like Russia or China?
DVD Fab was based in China and it closed earlier
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Old 25th February 2016, 17:39   #23  |  Link
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UHD Bluray is about to come out.
Coincidence?

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Old 25th February 2016, 18:27   #24  |  Link
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DVD Fab was based in China and it closed earlier
So it looks like Mother Russia is the last safe place then At least scums from AACS LA won't kill MakeMKV. I'm sure that russian courts will dismiss any claims from company located in USA. Especially now in these times.

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DVD Fab was based in China and it closed earlier
Where do you get that from? Still seems to be up and running and probably having the sales day of their life.

The only thing I see is the announcement about UHD, but nothing that would impact functionality of their existing BD product.
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Old 25th February 2016, 19:45   #26  |  Link
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I thought DVDFab was b*tch slapped in US court a year or two ago, and were operating on borrowed time. Their statement that they won't hack AACS 2.0, and slysoft's departure, highlights the true state of affairs.
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Old 25th February 2016, 21:09   #27  |  Link
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Damn, looks like those AACS guys are coming down hard on their "enemies".

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Old 25th February 2016, 23:01   #28  |  Link
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However, Fengtao Software Inc. makes it clear that the company will not decrypt or circumvent AACS 2.0 in the days to come.
Isn't "in the days to come" just a synonym for "within the next days"? Let's not jump to conclusions given we only have a single source that might simply have misunderstood the DVDFab crew.
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Old 26th February 2016, 00:06   #29  |  Link
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For the record, in Brazil there is no law against what AnyDVD does:

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It┤s possible to read the 1998 law here: http://www.wipo.int/wipolex/en/text.jsp?file_id=125393

And there are the amendments from the 2003 Penal Code (see article 184 here - and article here), however in both cases, only when there's direct/indirect profit, there's violation, otherwise nothing will happen. Backup of copyrighted content is allowed for the owner/private use. I don't recall any mentioning of any law or even case where someone has been sued for reverse engineering. Even Microsoft lost a case where they sued a company for making copies from the OS:

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I don't know how other countries deal with this, so here's my suggestion. Although, as Mike Mozart would say in the "MegaUpload Dangerous Secrets affect YOU" Youtube video, you can't even have the slightest presence of your company in a country like the U.S. (or any other that caves to them), because that will make you a target. Megaupload had servers, if I am not mistaken, in one of those countries, even though they were based in Hong Kong, and that was used as an excuse to destroy them.
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At least some of MegaUpload's servers were in the United States.
https://torrentfreak.com/hosting-com...ervers-150814/
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Old 26th February 2016, 03:07   #31  |  Link
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So its either dvdfab9 or makemkv? Without anydvd will either be able to update?
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So its either dvdfab9 or makemkv? Without anydvd will either be able to update?
DVDfab 9 is the bloated converter suite.

Passkey 8 is what's lightweight like AnyDVD.

And I guess it would depend largely on user submissions.
The DVDFab forums are not nearly as active as the MakeMKV forums.
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DVDfab doesnt seem to be the choice of the future if they refuse to make UHD Blu-rays work.

lets just hope some person finds out AACS 2.0 will work and starts posting some keys, like at the beginning with blu-rays. other people might then be able to turn this into a new software.
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I own AnyDVD HD and use BDRB (Blue-ray Rebuilder) to rip my Blue-ray movies to hard drives. I was very disappointed to discover today that AnyDVD HD is no longer working.

My question is: Is there another decrypter that will work with BDRB or does this also make BDRB obsolete?

Thank you in advance for any help you can provide me.

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I own AnyDVD HD and use BDRB (Blue-ray Rebuilder) to rip my Blue-ray movies to hard drives. I was very disappointed to discover today that AnyDVD HD is no longer working.

My question is: Is there another decrypter that will work with BDRB or does this also make BDRB obsolete?

Thank you in advance for any help you can provide me.

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I own AnyDVD HD and use BDRB (Blue-ray Rebuilder) to rip my Blue-ray movies to hard drives. I was very disappointed to discover today that AnyDVD HD is no longer working.

My question is: Is there another decrypter that will work with BDRB or does this also make BDRB obsolete?
Take a look at DVDFab Passkey http://www.dvdfab.cn/passkey-for-blu-ray.htm It looks and works very similarly to AnyDvd.

Keep in mind that while AnyDVD HD decrypted both DVD and Blurays, Passkey comes as Bluray Only, and DVD Only versions. You need to buy both if you want to decrypt both.

DVDFab had two give a ways back in October and November. I was lucky enough to catch November's and got a free lifetime license for Passkey (both DVD and Bluray), but didn't install it until now. So far so good on the 5 discs I've ripped with it. So that is what I'll use, unless/until something better (that is as simple to use) comes along.
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Where do you get that from? Still seems to be up and running and probably having the sales day of their life.

http://www.cdrinfo.com/Sections/News...x?NewsId=43216
https://torrentfreak.com/images/AACSl.pdf

I admit I haven't investigated further (for I assumed the results are the expected ones).

China will be curbed down soon.
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Old 26th February 2016, 16:56   #38  |  Link
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It's been widely suspected that the other decrypters simply reverse engineer AnyDVD to get their keys. With AnyDVD gone it will be interesting to see if the others are able to decrypt and handle new discs.
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Apparently the MPAA thinks its members are selling too many discs. The HTPC crowd isn't a huge market, but it will be missed when people stop buying discs they can't watch from their computers.

Watching a Blu-ray on a standalone player is almost as bad as going to the movie theater. No way to skip the commercials and previews.
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China will be curbed down soon.
Says who?
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