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Old 13th January 2007, 03:37   #1  |  Link
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Post HD DVD Volume Unique Keys here - post questions in the forum

------------------ Message from KenD00 added by moderator

This thread is pretty dead by now, but to honor the work of the people who contributed to it i collected all the keys posted here, corrected the syntactically wrong entries, removed all duplicates and put all remaining ones in one file.

This file is alphabetically sorted after the title and is ready to be used by DumpHD 0.61 or later.

Date of release: 2009-06-03
Number of entries: 282

The file is located here:

http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.ph...66#post1293366

------------------ Original Message from Janvitos

From now on, the list will be posted as an attachment only.
The reason for this is that it exceeded the maximum allowed characters.

Please, everyone who posts keys, post them according to the KEYDB.CFG format.
Updating the key file requires some of my spare time which i don't have in abundance.
You might also consider the fact that if you don't post the hash, the key becomes useless to most.

Here are some examples of GOOD and BAD formats :

GOOD - Formatted According to KEYDB.CFG
F8A5AA1BD29AC9E8E679A90F468912EE33A8E219=House of Wax (GER) |V|10/17/06| 12339EB8200A8143259E52C529D80CC2

BAD - Incorrect Format
Army of Darkness
Hash: 97551320C87D3D240B0D7438A9CC5EA13D7A6F81
Key: A8545372CF7E2D9D12434AB8AC4CB4D0

BAD - Incorrect Format
96628A2FC0C8F28881FD5374A18CBF79590E04B BABEL (US) AA3EFB5F296A36F6F6FD538717693699

BAD - Missing Hash
Assault On Precinct 13 EEE1ADA9B9E0C65312AA09E6A0D4EB73

I understand that some of you are using the xml format which is far from a bad thing.
Unfortunately, I do not have time to convert the 100+ movies KEYDB.CFG file into that format.

Please, take two minutes of your time to correctly format the keys for posting.

Thanks to all.

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Old 13th January 2007, 04:23   #2  |  Link
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It might be wise to label if the discs are USA/EU/etc origin since there are different versions.
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Old 13th January 2007, 09:05   #3  |  Link
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Apollo 13 (USA) Volume Unique Key: 8BA9C422F93C9B4B4247814530B29C48
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Old 13th January 2007, 14:17   #4  |  Link
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Wouldn't it be a good idea to keep an up to date KEYDB.cfg file with all know keys, title+(US/EU/etc) and hashes and attach it each time there's an update.
Ore update it from time to time and always attach the newest version to the original post.
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Old 13th January 2007, 14:20   #5  |  Link
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It might be wise to label if the discs are USA/EU/etc origin since there are different versions.
I think it would be best to post the complete line with hash, title, key and all, exactly as it looks in the KEYDB.cfg file and add info about origin (US/EU/etc.) to the title name.This way it would be ready to copy/paste directly into the KEYDB.cfg file.
So post your keys etc. into code tags just like this:
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0000000000000000000000000000000000000000=My movie 1 (US)               |V|MM/DD/YY|   00000000000000000000000000000000
Remember to add US/EU/etc. to the title

Maybe a new KEYDB.cfg format should be created for version 1.01 with a separate field for origin (US/EU/etc.)?

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Old 13th January 2007, 17:04   #6  |  Link
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Maybe a new KEYDB.cfg format should be created for version 1.01 with a separate field for origin (US/EU/etc.)?
No need, they should have different hash so just treat it as two different titels.

If you want to add the word '(US)' to the title name there is nothing stopping you.
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Old 13th January 2007, 17:22   #7  |  Link
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Superman Returns (USA) Volume Unique Key: EC2EC7F847F6D304B3C26F121CA578DA
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Old 13th January 2007, 20:06   #8  |  Link
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Isn't it the idea to exchange MM/DD/YY with the actual month/day/year? No idea what the exact use of this is, but it's a bit silly to keep it like MM/DD/YY.
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Old 13th January 2007, 20:11   #9  |  Link
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Should we use the date the key was hacked or the date the
movie disc was manufactured?

If the movie is re-released it should have a different hash
so to keep track of if with different date does not seem necessary.
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Old 13th January 2007, 21:04   #10  |  Link
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Should we use the date the key was hacked or the date the movie disc was manufactured?
from FAQ.txt:
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Field 4: File creation date
This field is informational only. It's ignored by the program. It should be the creation date of the media file on the disk.
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Isn't it the idea to exchange MM/DD/YY with the actual month/day/year? No idea what the exact use of this is, but it's a bit silly to keep it like MM/DD/YY.
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Should we use the date the key was hacked or the date the
movie disc was manufactured?

If the movie is re-released it should have a different hash
so to keep track of if with different date does not seem necessary.
IMHO, It is a MUST to use the manufactures date ! (And they could also release collector and no collector disk with different keys)
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IMHO, It is a MUST to use the manufactures date ! (And they could also release collector and no collector disk with different keys)
No it's not.

If you get hold of two hash/keys sets that show same movie title but different hash and keys,
just add both your keydb file.
backuphddvd will take care of it from there.

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Old 13th January 2007, 22:24   #13  |  Link
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87A660A656EDD1E07F66DB1A7DE594028A9587E2=V for Vendetta |V|00/00/00| AE196597E6A87A04AE6A24655990A4A6
Are we sure this is confirmed, guys? I found the same key, but the movies EVOs wouldn't decrypt (everything else would)... same thing just happened to Miami Vice, I think UControl and/or IME is screwing it up somehow.
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Old 13th January 2007, 22:29   #14  |  Link
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Are we sure this is confirmed, guys? I found the same key, but the movies EVOs wouldn't decrypt (everything else would)... same thing just happened to Miami Vice, I think UControl and/or IME is screwing it up somehow.
Kong decrypts and is playable.
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Kong decrypts and is playable.
Well my ordinary HD-DVD of King Kong plays perfectly using the HD-DVD Drive.Tried to decrypt and test a little of the main feature (5mins) and get very bad stutter.Logos and menu loop etc plays fine although with the HD-DVD Universal logo,it locks up at the end and I have to close PowerDVD down.

Anyone else with this problem? Can I expect to record only a small part of the feature in this way,as a test,without any problems?
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Old 14th January 2007, 01:10   #16  |  Link
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I believe there might be some issues with BackupHDDVD.
In the meantime, please be patient, as some people will release new and improved decrypters in the near future.
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Old 14th January 2007, 01:14   #17  |  Link
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Many thanks Janvitos.My eyes will not drift very far from this forum.
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Old 15th January 2007, 06:31   #18  |  Link
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I have created a javascript titlesorter

TitleSorter.hta

Just place it in the same folder as your keydb.cfg file.
and double click it to run.

There will be more work on it:
A text box to input other lists and merge data.
To option to omit the word "The" in sorting.


The file is not Digitaly Signed, how do I do that so you do not get warning messages?

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Old 16th January 2007, 09:58   #19  |  Link
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Swordfish and Training Day

Look below for updated keys.

These are the keys. It decrypts fine but can't playback cuz of the IME I think. Unless there is another explanation? These are Warner movies btw.

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Old 16th January 2007, 16:44   #20  |  Link
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F7B68DE4C0AB2258C5F3FFC2F77068364F89C517=Swordfish (USA) |V|MM/DD/YY| 1ED0A7B490367B7D32B98067735F591E
E25A954A51925CE317F411FC899EB315819C67DE=TrainingDay (USA)|V|MM/DD/YY| F7AA391310BC319A614C7A79F0E117E2


These are the keys. It decrypts fine but can't playback cuz of the IME I think. Unless there is another explanation? These are Warner movies btw.

What does playback look like? If it plays with stuttering and audio issues, then it decrypted, and its an IME issue.
If you get a black screen, then the key is not valid, and you decrypted garbage.
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