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decryption status

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by cfl777, Aug 23, 2004.

  1. cfl777

    cfl777 Member

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    just curious and kind of a dumb question but, the first 7% of encoding a movie the decryption status said no encryption then it went to C0:00:00:01:90 just wondering what it all meant?
     
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    sly_61019 Senior member

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    you need a key to decrypt with and C0:00:00:01:90 is the key for that title. Im pretty sure its kinda like a password.
     
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    Commercial dvd's contain encryption - called CSS.....

    This is the key that a standalone/dvdrom need to decode in order to unlock the capability to read the information (like a password).....

    Dvd dvdcrypter reads this key, and removes it, therefore leaving you with pure data and NO encryption (known as ripping)...........

    If dvd decrypter displays - no key, then it is saying that it has not found a key to decrypt and therefore just carries on ripping.....

    However if it hangs at this point, what it is saying is that it cannot obtain the key...........usually down to a corrupt disc or just dirty...........
     
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    cool know it makes sense
    thanks
     
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    baabaa Active member

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    No problems and [bold]Welcome to Afterdawn............
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