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  • #31
    Since version 0.4 DumpHD can retrieve the required keys off the disc itself by using the aacskeys library.
    Since version 0.6 DumpHD can remove BD+ automatically by using BDVM Debugger.

    Better than nothing and even easier on win...
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    • #32
      Originally posted by darkbasic View Post
      Are you writing with your smartphone? Because otherwise I think you already have a computer powerful enough to store the uncompressed stream (with the exception of the hard disks).
      you are wrong... i do not have a blueray player 200€?

      and my harddrives can not handle this datastream and my 2TB and 2tb backup is only 600gb free space and you need more than 1TB for 1 movie

      and you also need time to compress the file to a webm or h264 file-

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      • #33
        Originally posted by nanonyme View Post
        Or if you have a lot of very very fast non-persistent memory and a way to compress on the fly, you could possibly do with normal hard disk.
        this kind of metod was my 2000€ calculation ;-)

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        • #34
          Originally posted by nanonyme View Post
          Think of a criminal organization doing that, then selling full-quality Blu-ray movies that don't have DRM. That's how things used to be with games back a decade or two ago. As I said, this is mostly useful for people wanting to use non-HDCP-conformant displays with HDCP sources or for criminal activities.
          yes.. but withour beeing criminal in german this is only legal for your self and you can't save money on the legal way if you need a 2000€ copystation just to copy bluerays from rending bluerays or from frend's ones.

          but yes criminals can do this sure.

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          • #35
            Originally posted by pingufunkybeat View Post
            How easy is it?

            Does it still involve downloading (or buying) closed software from semi-legal companies on Cayman islands?

            Because not mainstream Linux player can do it. In fact, no player on Linux can.

            You can pipe stuff to mplayer if you have all the right volume keys downloaded and whatnot, but I don't think that even this works with BD+.

            What's the status of this stuff anyway? The last time I read through all the relevant threads over at doom9, it wasn't too great.
            he just talks about AnyDVD on Windows.

            Yes an standalone blueray player+fake HDCP defice is the linux way to go

            but... you don't save money ;-)

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            • #36
              How about Video libraries? Legal institutions with potentially 1000s of disks? The hardware would pay for itself in storage volume alone, and that's ignoring the back-up side of things.

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              • #37
                Originally posted by Qaridarium View Post
                hardware don't mean harddrives...
                hardware mean mainbaord+cpu+ram+harddrives.
                5 harddrives at 120€ (2TB devices) = 600€ +100€mainboard+200€ cpu+400€ram+200€ other stuff
                1500€ overall ;-)

                yes this is definitely doable !

                but you don't save money ;-)
                Or, you could just buy 3 or 4 1 TB disks for $50 each = $200 = €150.
                And use that old 80486 sitting in your basement to do the processing. Might take a while to process, but with the data sitting on your disks, it doesn't NEED to be real-time.

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by Qaridarium View Post
                  if you encode the uncompressed datastream in realtime into h264 or WebM you need much more than just a big and fast harddrive.
                  Who said anything about realtime? The only thing you need to do in realtime is dump it straight onto a disk! You can take your SWEET time to process it!

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by nanonyme View Post
                    Or if you have a lot of very very fast non-persistent memory and a way to compress on the fly, you could possibly do with normal hard disk.
                    THAT would take a while... and probably be more inline with Q's pricing estimates.

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by nanonyme View Post
                      Think of a criminal organization doing that, then selling full-quality Blu-ray movies that don't have DRM. That's how things used to be with games back a decade or two ago. As I said, this is mostly useful for people wanting to use non-HDCP-conformant displays with HDCP sources or for criminal activities.
                      You could NEVER achieve the full quality with realtime single pass encoding. Must NOT forget also that h264 is lossy.

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                      • #41
                        A virtual machine with windows + anydvd HD is the easiest way...
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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by darkbasic View Post
                          A virtual machine with windows + anydvd HD is the easiest way...
                          For native linux there is also makemkv - not transparent to the system but a lot more transparent than a virtual machine

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                          • #43
                            I think that the most favorable option at the moment is dumphd. It should work OK except on disks that are too new. Note that the libaacs/libbdplus/libbluray projects are now hosted by videolan. libaacs and libbluray are on git, libbdplus isn't yet public.

                            Note that the projects are being actively developed... see http://git.videolan.org/?p=libbluray.git
                            http://git.videolan.org/?p=libaacs.git

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                            • #44
                              Is there any way to decrypt mkbv11 to 14? Otherwise we are still stuck with april 2009 films...
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                              Intel: GMA45, HD3000 (Core i5 2500K)

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by darkbasic View Post
                                Is there any way to decrypt mkbv11 to 14? Otherwise we are still stuck with april 2009 films...
                                .. beats me. I don't even own a DB player.

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