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new code of protection in the new movies

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by contryboy, Jun 13, 2007.

  1. contryboy

    contryboy Member

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    how do u get around that new code in the new movies where you copy the movie it does mess up the orginal disc
     
  2. attar

    attar Senior member

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    I don't know how new, but DVDFab seems to still work ok.
    It's unlikely that the original disk could be messed up as it is a ROM device that cannot be written to.

    DVDFabDecrypter
    Insert disk, run program, select 'Main Movie'
    http://209.172.35.173/download/DVDFabHDDecrypter3108.exe
     
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    contryboy Member

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    that doesnt help much
     
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    attar Senior member

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    The main thing is, it helps.
     
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    creaky Moderator Staff Member

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    - it helps more than the info you're providing
     
  6. contryboy

    contryboy Member

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    that is what i was told that there putting a new line of code in the copyright protection on the new release of the new movies which messes up the orginal disk when you copy them
     
  7. Mossey

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    I just backed up The Pursuit of Happyness and The Last King of Scotland with DVDFabHD Decrypter and handled these with no problems (as usual, i might add). These are the Newest Releases where im from (Ireland) so doesnt look like any different protection on my original DVD's. P.S the originals still play fine.
    BTW Were all here to help
     
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    born2ride Regular member

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    contryboy
    how new? have you seen it?
     
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    Berryone Regular member

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    @contryboy

    Somebody has Got your leg and is pulling on it.
     
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    There is a new protection coming out called Protect-DVD and the movie Free Zone seems to have something new on it or at least a variation of Puppetlock. Slysoft just came out with stable beta version that has fix for this movie. Here is reply on it from James at Slysoft.

    http://forum.slysoft.com/showthread.php?t=4851&page=2

    Beta of AnyDVD here

    Download:
    http://sandbox.slysoft.com/beta/SetupAnyDVD6162.exe

    Changes:
    http://sandbox.slysoft.com/beta/changes_anydvd.txt

    6.1.6.2 2007 06 14
    - New (DVD): Added support for a new copy protection to the option to remove
    "Protection based on unreadable Sectors", e.g. "Free Zone", R1, US
    - Change (DVD): Because of popular demand, the "bad sector count
    numbers" of versions before 6.1.6.0 are back
    - Change: Shows correct disc size with virtual drives
    - Change: Because of undesired side effects, the Sonic DLA behaviour before
    version 6.1.5.4 is back
    - Fix (DVD): Because of an internal overflow, some Sony Arccos
    protections were not removed correctly (e.g., "UFC65", R2, UK)
    - Fix (DVD): Possible hang if heavily scratched or damaged
    Video DVD was inserted
    - Fix (HD DVD & Blu-ray): In a rare situation, renaming the AACS directory
    could fail (e.g., "The Hulk", HD DVD, US)

    Also as an add-on there is a bill pending in US that will allow Sony to legally put out rootkit......so eventually we will all have to beware. Blu-Ray disks will also have the ability to mess up players when backed up.
     
    Last edited: Jun 15, 2007
  11. Agent0008

    Agent0008 Regular member

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    I usually have AnyDVD Rip it to my hard drive and then use DVD shrink to access the files AnyDVD created.
     

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