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can css breakers keep up?

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by Mort81, Jan 24, 2005.

  1. Mort81

    Mort81 Senior member

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    Boy, these dvd distributors are really tryin to turn on the hurt with their new variations and versions of css encryption. Do ya think the software like AnyDVD and DVDD can keep up or compete or will we have to resort to learning the little tricks like with The Forgotten, Friday Night lights, and The Bourne Supremacy?
     
  2. deadcat

    deadcat Regular member

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    they can only do soo much to a disc before its no longer readable by dvd players without an upgrade. the css didnt work, the intentional bad sectors hasnt worked...just wait till the new discs (blue ray/hddvd) come out with all new protection, in the mean time i wouldnt worry.

    ps, backed up bourne supremacy without any problem with old decrypter/shrink
     
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    Of course. There are always more decoders than coders. Sometimes you just might have to wait a few weeks :(
     
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    i second that:
    I backed up bourne supremacy without any problem with dvd shrink and nero 6
     
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    of course the coders have slightly larger budgets though
     

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