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The Little Black Book is really locked

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by dvdripdvd, Dec 30, 2004.

  1. dvdripdvd

    dvdripdvd Regular member

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    The Little Black Book is almost unrippable. I say almost because their is a way. DVD Shrink can't even open the disc to see the size. Reauthoring doesn't work either. DVD Decrypter suspects something odd about the dvd and stalls seconds later.
     
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    flip218 Moderator Staff Member

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    sooo ... what's the way?
     
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    dvdripdvd Regular member

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    i'm looking
     
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    ScubaPete Senior member

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    Try this first -

    AFA the Bourne Supremacy, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and one or two others - In "Unreferenced materials" select title 1 menus, there is a "Boy" running (in green shorts too). By checking him out in the "Preview" screen, you can see his outfit too. Sometimes DVD Shrink gets past it sometimes not -

    If you don't make it past it then go to that Unreferenced materials select Title 1 menus – Then go to "Compression" select "Custom Ratio" then select "Still image" then try DVD Shrink again, it should slide right on through, like a hot knife through tender Turkey –


    If that doesn't work get VOBBlanker, use that first then use DVD Shrink -

    http://www.iespana.es/jsoto/

    Happy New Year,

    Pete

     
  5. dvdripdvd

    dvdripdvd Regular member

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    one step ahead of you scubapete. i already have the vobblanker and is in the process of ripping.

    p.s. the knife is cold and the turkey is terrible.
     
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    dvdripdvd Regular member

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    [bold]I CAN'T TAKE IT ANYMORE[/bold]

    i used vobblanker twice and DVD Shrink still does not want to recognize it all the way. I even used the new PSL for DVD Decrypter but it does nothing. I've been doing this for hours and i'm tempted to break the dvd. but then i calm myself and say that i need a backup first. but i can't get a freakin' backup!!!

    i'm going to thrust my frustrations on mortal kombat. i'll be back.
     
  7. flip218

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    there is a new anydvd ... you should see it that will work.
     
  8. Gottawin

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    DRD did u try superdvdcopy for your rip yet ??
     
  9. dvdripdvd

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    i'm redirected with SuperDVDCopy to a totally useless sticky note download. i can feel it laughing at me
     
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    lol ... careful. There is a difference between the nicks dvdripdvd and dRD :)
     
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    with vobblanker, is the only option of that one is reauthoring or can it be made exactly like the orginal?
     
  12. sean5775

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    I backed this one up a few months ago with DVD Shrink and NERO, I just tried the backup and it works, I don't recall having any problems with it. Sorry can't help much except to say that I have done it and it worked.
     
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    Troy rips pretty easily though, you would think the opposite.
     
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    Here's the patch for Decrypter for Little Black Book. Got it at the Decrypter Support Forum.

    PSL
    27920-27932
    27933-27945
    27946-27958
    27959-27971
    27972-27984
    27985-44286
    44287-44299
    1834110-1899645
    2371592-2371604
    2371605-2371617
    2371618-2371630
    2371631-2371643
    2371644-2371656
    2371657-2371669
    2371670-2380535
    2380536-2380548
    4169752-4169821
    4169840-4169909


    Load DVD Decrypter with the Little Black Book disc in the drive.

    Click File -> Protected Sectors List -> Import...

    Select PSL file.

    Rip away!
     
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    I created, saved and then loaded the PSL file into DVD Decrypter, but DVD Shrink doesn't recognize the files now. Any ideas?

    Shrink doesn't do anything with this disk by itself either, so I'm stuck.

    Sal
     
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    dvdripdvd did you ever get it to rip with blanker and shrink combined? I haven't tried yet but found with Resident Evil that it doesn't always work on the first try or second. And you were right Troy zips right along. Go figure.
     
  18. Draygin

    Draygin Guest

    Hey all...

    Very simple solution, on any dvd click on copy protection based on unreadable sectors. Not as impresive, but works with everything. This is the method of copy protection being used. Keep them from taking our money twice. Soon blue lasers will make the current dvds obsolete so why steel our money due to media made to be defective.


    spread the word my brothers!!!!!!!!
     
  19. ScubaPete

    ScubaPete Senior member

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    Draygin,

    You are so right -

    The guys working on AnyDVD are pretty much on top of things and as far as proggys are concerned, they keep their proggy even with the newly released encryption stuff.

    More and more, you're getting a better value with AnyDVD to rip almost all programs -

    TO RIP THE NEWEST ENCRYPTED DVD'S BUY ANYDVD.

    OR Iffin Ya like to do it your self,

    USE DVD DECRYPTER AND PLUG IN THE PROPER PSL.

    It's your choice,

    Do it automatically for $$$ OR for FREE, do some steps yourself

    Cheers all :p)


     
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  20. brobear

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    Now Slysoft has a new Beta version of AnyDVD which is supposed to be even better at decrypting the unreadable sector encryption. I leave AnyDVD running in the background all the time. With DVD Decrypter and AnyDVD, I've yet to get a disc that won't rip easily. Pete had it right. I'll do both, spend my money wisely and use the free stuff as well.
     

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