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Stop the new upcoming RipGuard by Macrovison!!!!!

Discussion in 'Video to DVD' started by ECruz'N, Mar 1, 2005.

  1. ECruz'N

    ECruz'N Member

    Mar 10, 2003
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    March 1, 2005

    Hi my name is Eugene and I'm a member of
    AfterDawn. I also have received an e-mail
    from AfterDawn with the latest news update
    on DVDs. I'm sure most of you members have.

    Do any of you have done or creates DVD Rippers?
    Well, when I got the news update from AfterDawn,
    one of the article tells about there will be a
    New DVD copy protection called "RipGuard"
    which is made by Macrovision.


    They say this time it will be harder for us
    to rip DVDs. This will take affects in September
    of this year on all new DVD movies.
    They say that you never will be able to make
    DVD backup into your PC!!!

    Now my question for you, if any of you folks
    have done DVD ripping, or created Ripping tools,
    is there a way that you can come up with a tool
    that would unlock "RipGuard"?? Or is there one
    ripping tools that is already prepaired to unlock
    all guards, besides Ripguard???

    This "RipGuard" toll freaks me out!!!
    But I hope there's a solutions. That's
    why I dropped a line to you folks.
    However, it's too early to tell whether
    if there a tool out there that would unlock
    the new RipGuard that is coming in September.
    The above website I included, shows how
    RipGuard works. Maybe if you fols are DVD
    Ripper tools author, you can study what and
    how RipGaurd works. If so, then maybe you
    folks might come up with a way to get around
    with it.

    Hope all this helps with answers.

  2. Nephilim

    Nephilim Moderator Staff Member

    Feb 13, 2003
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    There've been several threads on the topic already. Run a forum search for RipGuard and you'll see ;)
    Last edited: Mar 1, 2005

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