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Old 27th February 2017, 19:15   #41  |  Link
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Hey there, Nalor.

I just recently noticed your tool that was partially inspired by me (blush), I only accidentally found it.

I tried it out after another tool to decrypt the disk produced a main file that was garbled with decoding errors.
It seems now that I tried to decode with your tool that it is a BD+ disc, and that is probably the cause.

I noticed an issue when handling a disc with BD+ protection (using Pavtube BDMagic):

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18:15:25 - Check if disc is BD+ protected

18:15:25 - Disc is BD+ protected!
18:15:25 - BD+ details - Date 2016.04.15 Gen 254
18:15:25 - Matching BDPLUS table file found >C:\Users\<username redacted>\.bdkeys\257B5EEC855AB389582B5C934D0C9D06\table< - Format: Pavtube
18:15:25 - ERROR! bluray_bdpfixuptable-BRFUT_ConvertPavtube2Convtab - ERROR! Cannot create directory >C:\Users\<username redacted>\AppData\Roaming\bdplus\convtab\<
18:15:25 - WARN! Converting of PAVTUBE to CONVTAB failed - carry on with pavtube file. Error >#FUT_ERR_DIR_CREATE (-807)
18:15:25 - ERROR! Couldn't get a matching fixup table - error >#FUT_ERR_DIR_CREATE (-807)
I did this with a console with administrative privileges, just to be sure.
After I created the directory in question myself, the process created the file in the directory and proceeded with execution.


I noticed some inconveniences of your tool:
When trying mode 3 or 4 it does not seem to be possible to provide an m2ts file, or even a drive letter that contains the necessary data but is not a BD drive, for that matter.
Mode 2 seems to work however. I don't understand what the difference between mode 2 and mode 4 is, though, as mode 2 scans and apparently decrypts the file too,
and that works, and 3 and 4 do not. Or did I understand something wrong?
It will either complain

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18:52:56 - >> Mode >2<
18:52:56 - >> DecryptDest >C:\Temp\<

18:52:56 - List of files being processed:

18:52:56 - Detected File >C:\Temp\Deadpool_encrypted\BDMV\STREAM\02577.m2ts<

18:52:56 - VolumeName: Main Win10
18:52:56 - Disc is not AACS protected (there's no AACS folder on the disc)
18:52:56 - INFO! no AACS folder on disc, so there's no decryption possible/necessary!
I'd like that it is possible to work on a BD content that I copied over to a directory on harddrive/SSD, and not available as disc directly or as ISO.
Btw, what is the tool of your choice to read the original BD into an ISO? I'd like a simple one that does the job but without being completely embedded in some GUI.


On another note, I got interested about he background workings of BD.
Can you explain what you know about blu-rays that are BD+ encrypted? How does it work?
Does that mean that basically any BD+ discs are not supported fully when you just have the VUK?

Also, is there good documentation that documents how Blu-ray Encryption and thus Encryption works,
preferably for someone who knows how to code, possibly interested to decrypt, but not going into
extreme detail.

I'm currently running a decryption run on one of my discs.
Btw, the disc in question apparently only has BD+ protection on the main m2ts file, the others worked fine just with plain BD decryption.
Is that common?
Hope that works out well, I'll possibly update if I run into more issues.
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Old 27th February 2017, 19:54   #42  |  Link
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Update:
I ran through the disc in mode 4 (and later mode 5, see below), providing the drive letter of the drive.

The log seems fine (just the section of the main file, plus the one before and after):
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2017-02-27 18:19:30 # 22835412 # [I] main / legacy / Duration >0:00:01<
2017-02-27 18:19:30 # 22835413 # [I] main / legacy / #############################################################################
2017-02-27 18:19:30 # 22835414 # [I] main / legacy / On Drive >G< - 97/156 - File >G:\BDMV\STREAM\01741.m2ts< Mode >Decrypt - ContinueOnError<
2017-02-27 18:19:30 # 22835414 # [I] main / legacy / Bluray_TestDecryptFile - SrcFile >G:\BDMV\STREAM\01741.m2ts< DstFile >C:\Temp\7C6BA7769B9FFCB4583F703B14C5072D85BD9E94_Deadpool\01741.m2ts<
2017-02-27 18:20:16 # 22881511 # [I] main / legacy / Filename >G:\BDMV\STREAM\01741.m2ts< Size GB > 0.28< Unit_Enc > 49397< Unit_Unenc > 0< Unit_Err > 0< Duration >0:00:46< DECC
2017-02-27 18:20:16 # 22881533 # [I] main / legacy / Duration >0:00:46<
2017-02-27 18:20:16 # 22881534 # [I] main / legacy / #############################################################################
2017-02-27 18:20:16 # 22881535 # [I] main / legacy / On Drive >G< - 98/156 - File >G:\BDMV\STREAM\02577.m2ts< Mode >Decrypt - ContinueOnError<
2017-02-27 18:20:16 # 22881535 # [I] main / legacy / Bluray_TestDecryptFile - SrcFile >G:\BDMV\STREAM\02577.m2ts< DstFile >C:\Temp\7C6BA7769B9FFCB4583F703B14C5072D85BD9E94_Deadpool\02577.m2ts<
2017-02-27 19:42:14 # 27799621 # [I] main / legacy / Filename >G:\BDMV\STREAM\02577.m2ts< Size GB > 27.11< Unit_Enc > 4737773< Unit_Unenc > 0< Unit_Err > 0< Duration >1:21:58< DECC
2017-02-27 19:42:14 # 27799642 # [I] main / legacy / Duration >1:21:58<
2017-02-27 19:42:14 # 27799642 # [I] main / legacy / #############################################################################
2017-02-27 19:42:14 # 27799643 # [I] main / legacy / On Drive >G< - 99/156 - File >G:\BDMV\STREAM\02616.m2ts< Mode >Decrypt - ContinueOnError<
2017-02-27 19:42:14 # 27799643 # [I] main / legacy / Bluray_TestDecryptFile - SrcFile >G:\BDMV\STREAM\02616.m2ts< DstFile >C:\Temp\7C6BA7769B9FFCB4583F703B14C5072D85BD9E94_Deadpool\02616.m2ts<
2017-02-27 19:42:34 # 27819353 # [I] main / legacy / Filename >G:\BDMV\STREAM\02616.m2ts< Size GB > 0.12< Unit_Enc > 21820< Unit_Unenc > 0< Unit_Err > 0< Duration >0:00:19< DECC
2017-02-27 19:42:34 # 27819363 # [I] main / legacy / Duration >0:00:19<
2017-02-27 19:42:34 # 27819363 # [I] main / legacy / #############################################################################
However the generated file, while playable, still has the issues that video is garbled (you can see it is deadpool, but cannot enjoy it) the same way it was with the tool I previously used (Blu-ray Disc Ripper 1.5).
Maybe BD+ repair is only applied in mode 5?
If so, i think it would make sense to repair it - if possible - in any mode that produces decrypted output, unless specified in the ini BD+ repair is not wanted.

Since I thought I give mode 5 a try I created an ISO file of the disk and let it run with mode 5.
I might note that there were 37 sectors that it could not read properly, but I think that should not account for the below issues.
It ran through without real errors, except at the end when it was finished but waiting to finish.

This is the last part of the log (the whole is much too long to post):

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2017-02-27 22:59:45 # 39650624 # [D] bluray_aacs / BRAACS_AutoDetectUnitKey / readable unit found
2017-02-27 22:59:45 # 39650624 # [D] bluray_aacs / BRAACS_AutoDetectUnitKey / Select UnitKey >1<
2017-02-27 22:59:45 # 39650624 # [D] bluray_aacs / BRAACS_AutoDetectUnitKey / Correct UnitKey found! >1<
2017-02-27 22:59:45 # 39650626 # [I] bluray_udf / UDF_ReadLogicalBlock / ###################### BLOCK 24356992 # 0x0000000B9D440000 LEN 216 ######################
2017-02-27 22:59:45 # 39650634 # [I] bluray_udf / UDF_WriteLogicalBlock / ++++++++++++++++++++++ WRITE-BLOCK 24356992 LEN 216++++++++++++++++++++++
2017-02-27 22:59:45 # 39650634 # [I] main / legacy / ++ COPY ++ Pct >100.00< StartBlock >24357208< BlockLen >00001000<
2017-02-27 22:59:45 # 39650640 # [I] bluray_udf / UDF_ReadLogicalBlock / ###################### BLOCK 24357208 # 0x0000000B9D4AC000 LEN 1000 ######################
2017-02-27 22:59:45 # 39650641 # [I] bluray_udf / UDF_WriteLogicalBlock / ++++++++++++++++++++++ WRITE-BLOCK 24357208 LEN 1000++++++++++++++++++++++
2017-02-27 22:59:45 # 39650642 # [I] main / legacy / ++ COPY ++ Pct >100.00< StartBlock >24358208< BlockLen >00000075<
2017-02-27 22:59:45 # 39650642 # [I] bluray_udf / UDF_ReadLogicalBlock / ###################### BLOCK 24358208 # 0x0000000B9D6A0000 LEN 75 ######################
2017-02-27 22:59:45 # 39650642 # [I] bluray_udf / UDF_WriteLogicalBlock / ++++++++++++++++++++++ WRITE-BLOCK 24358208 LEN 75++++++++++++++++++++++
2017-02-27 22:59:45 # 39650642 # [I] bluray_udf / UDF_CloseIso /
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
++++ BRUDF_CloseIso ++++ File >c:\Temp\7C6BA7769B9FFCB4583F703B14C5072D85BD9E94_Deadpool.iso< ++++
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
2017-02-27 22:59:45 # 39650645 # [I] main / legacy / All blocks copied into >C:\Temp\7C6BA7769B9FFCB4583F703B14C5072D85BD9E94_Deadpool_decrypted.iso< - rename AACS folder to BTD! now
2017-02-27 22:59:45 # 39650645 # [I] bluray_udf / UDF_File_Rename /
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
++++ BRUDF_File_Rename ++++ Filename >\AACS< NewFilename >BTD!<++++
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
2017-02-27 22:59:45 # 39650645 # [I] bluray_udf / _UDF_readFileIdentifierDescriptor /
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
++++ _UDF_readFileIdentifierDescriptor ++++ Filename >\AACS< iAllowFidType >0< ++++\n++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
2017-02-27 22:59:45 # 39650645 # [I] bluray_udf / _UDF_readwriteFileIdentifierDescriptor /
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
++++ _UDF_readwriteFileIdentifierDescriptor ++++ Filename >\AACS< *FidToWrite >0< AllowFidType >0< ++++\n++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
2017-02-27 22:59:45 # 39650645 # [I] bluray_udf / _UDF_readwriteFileIdentifierDescriptor / File >\AACS< Size >0< FID/Part >1< FID\Block >2< FID\Offset >84< FID\Length >224<
2017-02-27 22:59:45 # 39650647 # [I] bluray_udf / UDF_ReadLogicalBlock / ###################### BLOCK 322 # 0x00000000000A1000 LEN 0.109375 ######################
2017-02-27 22:59:45 # 39650647 # [I] bluray_udf / _UDF_readwriteFileIdentifierDescriptor / ++++ File Identifier Descriptor ++++
2017-02-27 22:59:45 # 39650647 # [D] bluray_udf / _UDF_readwriteFileIdentifierDescriptor /
>>> ICB Location >1129< PartRefNr >1< Length >2048<
LengthOfFileIdentifier >5<
LengthOfImplementationUse >0<
FileVersionNumber >1<
FileCharacteristics >2<
2017-02-27 22:59:45 # 39650647 # [I] bluray_udf / _UDF_readwriteFileIdentifierDescriptor / FileIdentifier >AACS<
2017-02-27 22:59:45 # 39650647 # [I] bluray_udf / _UDF_readwriteFileIdentifierDescriptor / Correct file found - read mode
2017-02-27 22:59:45 # 39650647 # [I] bluray_udf / _UDF_readwriteFileIdentifierDescriptor / >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>><<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
2017-02-27 22:59:45 # 39650647 # [I] bluray_udf / UDF_File_Rename / FileIdentifier changed in memory to >BTD!<
2017-02-27 22:59:45 # 39650647 # [I] bluray_udf / _UDF_writeFileIdentifierDescriptor /
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
++++ _UDF_writeFileIdentifierDescriptor ++++ Filename >\AACS< *FidToWrite >11370064< iAllowFidType >0< ++++\n++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
2017-02-27 22:59:45 # 39650647 # [I] bluray_udf / _UDF_readwriteFileIdentifierDescriptor /
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
++++ _UDF_readwriteFileIdentifierDescriptor ++++ Filename >\AACS< *FidToWrite >11370064< AllowFidType >0< ++++\n++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
2017-02-27 22:59:45 # 39650647 # [I] bluray_udf / _UDF_readwriteFileIdentifierDescriptor / File >\AACS< Size >0< FID/Part >1< FID\Block >2< FID\Offset >84< FID\Length >224<
2017-02-27 22:59:45 # 39650647 # [I] bluray_udf / UDF_ReadLogicalBlock / ###################### BLOCK 322 # 0x00000000000A1000 LEN 0.109375 ######################
2017-02-27 22:59:45 # 39650647 # [I] bluray_udf / _UDF_readwriteFileIdentifierDescriptor / ++++ File Identifier Descriptor ++++
2017-02-27 22:59:45 # 39650647 # [D] bluray_udf / _UDF_readwriteFileIdentifierDescriptor /
>>> ICB Location >1129< PartRefNr >1< Length >2048<
LengthOfFileIdentifier >5<
LengthOfImplementationUse >0<
FileVersionNumber >1<
FileCharacteristics >2<
2017-02-27 22:59:45 # 39650647 # [I] bluray_udf / _UDF_readwriteFileIdentifierDescriptor / FileIdentifier >AACS<
2017-02-27 22:59:45 # 39650647 # [I] bluray_udf / _UDF_readwriteFileIdentifierDescriptor / Correct file found - write mode
2017-02-27 23:00:49 # 39714764 # [I] main / legacy / A program error was detected:

Error Message: Invalid memory access
Error Code: -1073741819
Code Address: 1957864770
Target Address: 11370496
Sourcecode line: 1170
Sourcecode file: U:\PUREBASIC\~MODULE\mod.bluray_udf.pbi
It says there on the command line:
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22:59:45 - All blocks copied into >C:\Temp\7C6BA7769B9FFCB4583F703B14C5072D85BD9E94_Deadpool_decrypted.iso< - rename AACS folder to BTD! now
However I have no idea what to actually do (can't rename a folder on a read-only disk, and I thought I can't access/change anything on an ISO file.

So I just hit return (or was it escape?) and the program ended and I got the error in the log.

The iso file is mountable and the result of the m2ts files is the same: looked at others by random beside the main one and it seemed fine, but the main file is garbled (lots of h264 decode errors).

Can you help?
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Old 28th February 2017, 09:47   #43  |  Link
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Hi! I already fixed the InvalidMemoryAccess error a while ago - but haven't posted a new release in the meantime.. will post my current release this evening when I'm back home again.

I'll change the code to support also support simple file-copies of discs in subdirectories - I already though about this in the past, but as nobody ever complained about it and I don't need it I never changed the code to support it

Regarding BD+:
I watched IndependenceDay2 on saturday and first I got the BD+ repair file from Leawo BlurayPlayer but the result after the repair hasn't been correct... same distortions as before the repair.
Next I got the repair file from Pavtube and this one worked correctly and when I compared both files I noticed they're completely different.
The Problem with repairing BD+ errors is that I don't know a way to check if the file is 'really' repaired or even more destroyed.... the repair files simply contain file offsets with data that needs to be written at this offsets... so the result needs to be checked manually ... (but usually you only need to check a few seconds of the movie...)

VUK is not enough to remove BD+, they're completely unrelated.
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And I use a simple tool called Iso Recorder to create ISO files from blurays:
ISO Recorder

But I use the GUI of the tool...
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Released 0.53 - it fixes the IMA error when decrypting an iso and adds a progress information in the title
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Hi.

I tried again, this time with the latest version 0.53 and by getting the table from Leawo BlurayPlayer.
The .bin files are different, and the result with that one is a bit better, but there are still artefacts.

However Leawo BlurayPlayer plays the video correctly without artefacts, which leads me to believe that the table it uses is correct.
I tried to convert the video within Pavtube but that fails (says finished within seconds and the file is just a few kb, or with other options there is an error), so my impression on that tool is not good.

Could it be that you somehow use the data from the memory dump incorrectly?
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Hi.

I tried again, this time with the latest version 0.53 and by getting the table from Leawo BlurayPlayer.
The .bin files are different, and the result with that one is a bit better, but there are still artefacts.

However Leawo BlurayPlayer plays the video correctly without artefacts, which leads me to believe that the table it uses is correct.
I tried to convert the video within Pavtube but that fails (says finished within seconds and the file is just a few kb, or with other options there is an error), so my impression on that tool is not good.

Could it be that you somehow use the data from the memory dump incorrectly?
Rip only the m2ts file so you can easily check with a hex editor if BlurayTestAndDecrypt is patching the correct addresses and data in the BD+ table. Open the BD+ table in ConvTableView to see the addresses and patch data

Btw, the Pavtube table for your Deadpool release matches the table for a different Deadpool release which uses the same title keys. So it seems unlikely the table is bad (although possible). Can you maybe post the leawo table on tinyupload?

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Rip only the m2ts file so you can easily check with a hex editor if BlurayTestAndDecrypt is patching the correct addresses and data in the BD+ table. Open the BD+ table in ConvTableView to see the addresses and patch data

Btw, the Pavtube table for your Deadpool release matches the table for a different Deadpool release which uses the same title keys. So it seems unlikely the table is bad (although possible). Can you maybe post the leawo table on tinyupload?

Thanx for the comment. I took a look (the original link to ConvTableView did not work, but i managed to find it elsewhere).
I did not get to analyze the resulting file however, since in the end it worked:

I found out that apparently mode 4 does not apply the BD+ correction table, but mode 5 does (even though I was sure I tried mode 5 before, and it did not work the first time... oh well).

Anyway, I uploaded the data for you to take a look anyway.
I find it strange that the data from the Leawo player appears to be similar (at least it is indeed about the same blu-ray and you can see many matches), however there are some errors since there are invalid descriptor types 0 and 3 defined in that file.

@Nalor: Maybe you can make sure the fix-up table is applied in modes other than 5?
I tested mode 4 several times and it does not produce a version that is ok.

Here is the File:
http://s000.tinyupload.com/?file_id=...85668919539554
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You simply need to use mode 3 instead of 4 if you want BD+. It clearly says so in the options

I checked the tables and the Pavtube and Leawo table is identical in terms of patches. The descriptor types in Leawo tables are always invalid. They have to be ignored and all patches need to be applied
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I'd like that it is possible to work on a BD content that I copied over to a directory on harddrive/SSD, and not available as disc directly or as ISO.
Changed the code to support file copies of discs - please test 0.54 and report all findings..

I quickly checked and I think it should work
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Hey Nalor.
I tried out 0.54 and the file level handling in any folder works now if I the file is in BDMV\STREAM\ and the AACS folder with data exists,
so that is appreciated.

Unfortunately my Virus Program has to be told explicitly to be ok with your excecutable.
While it does not find a virus outright, it suspects and it has to be added to a list of trusted programs.
As far as I understand we just have to live with that.

I wish I had realized earlier mode 4 does not do BD+ - why is that, anyway?
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I wish I had realized earlier mode 4 does not do BD+ - why is that, anyway?
The problem is that I only write successfully decoded blocks to the destination file - so the offset of blocks between the source and the destination file might be different and thus I cannot apply the BD+ repair table.
But honestly I think it's better to re-rip damaged files from the original media instead of using the damaged ones (and so I think this mode shouldn't be used at all).

But if you need it I can also add a 'continue on error (keep offset) and apply BD+' mode - this way I would simply write 0-bytes in case a damaged block is encountered.

What do you think ?
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I think thats the smart thing to do. If one has a damaged disc and wants to preserve what they can, that's a better option. I think an even better option would be to keep a map of what you weren't able to read (or even understand ddrescue's map to know what sectors are bad) so that they can be filled in later if one can repair the disc or get another disc.
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Out of curiosity, why it stubbornly looks for the Keydb.cfg in the damn hidden directory of application data and does not look for it in the directory where itself resides?
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Out of curiosity, why it stubbornly looks for the Keydb.cfg in the damn hidden directory of application data and does not look for it in the directory where itself resides?
Presumably because this is what VLC uses and were keys are added by FindVUK. If everyone is going to use their own location AACSUpdater will become useless unless it's starts scanning the entire harddrive. There could be some ini settings added I guess to define the location for advanced users
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By "itself" I meant the software, not the keydb.cfg
Almost all software look first in their own directory/folder then in others.
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I can't select mode 5. Do I need another tool for this function?
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I can't select mode 5. Do I need another tool for this function?
What happens? Anything interesting in the logfile?

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Perhaps I'm misguided. Do I need an iso image for mode 5 or does it also operate on the optical drive?
The first run doesn't show mode 5 in the interactive menu.
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Perhaps I'm misguided. Do I need an iso image for mode 5 or does it also operate on the optical drive?
The first run doesn't show mode 5 in the interactive menu.
You need an ISO file for Mode 5 - it does not support ripping of discs so far.

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