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Cinavia problem

Discussion in 'Convert video to another format' started by murdog, Dec 26, 2015.

  1. murdog

    murdog Member

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    Ripped train wreak with Anydvd and dvdshrink. Getting Cinavia message on the ripped DVD. Hasn't happened to me for along time. Is this a new development and is slysoft working on it?
     
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    You'd have to ask google or in the slysoft forum,normal procedure is update to latest or beta.If it persists keep the movie & any titles & dump the rest
     
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    There are no ways to "remove" it. I do not know if DVD-Ranger's approach actually does remove it, or if it's just a workaround. The easiest way to avoid Cinavia, is to use either hardware (such as media streamers) or software, that doesn't recognize it. Only licensed Blu-ray players are required to recognize Cinavia.
     

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