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Chinavia Protected Blu-Ray Discs

Postby vze2mp9g » Mon Apr 08, 2013 2:02 am

Hello,
I'm a registered owner of Slysoft's AnyDVDHD, which takes care of all copy protection, EXCEPT, CINAVIA, which you can read about it here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cinavia. Have you, somehow bypassed this CINAVIA copy protection? If, so, I will be purchasing your Blu-Ray Converter Ultimate, tomorrow.
Thank You. :cool:
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Re: Chinavia Protected Blu-Ray Discs

Postby Cougar_II » Mon Apr 08, 2013 12:45 pm

Hi,

Blu-Ray Converter does not remove any protections 99% sure....

So if AnyDVD HD cannot remove it, I don't think you will be able to rip it and convert it.

I will go read on the link you provided...

Is this a new protection ?

I'm sure AnyDVD HD will be working on it if not already...
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Re: Chinavia Protected Blu-Ray Discs

Postby JJ » Mon Apr 08, 2013 2:23 pm

Cinavia has been coming for some time, but so far only ones really applying it has been Sony and Apple.
Removing it is almost impossible according to its own specs - they claim it will "survive" even analog recording and conversion to digital and all current lossy compression formats.

I suppose that someone will find a way to remove it, but it takes time.
Current options are to use players that do not comply with it, ones that do not check for Cinavia.
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Re: Chinavia Protected Blu-Ray Discs

Postby eTiMaGo » Sun Apr 21, 2013 3:10 am

are you planning to convert to DVD, and play those on a Cinavia-enabled player? Otherwise I don't see how Cinavia can become a problem, AFAIK it does not affect other formats like MKV... Yes, the protection code will still be infused in the audio track, but the likelihood of your player software or hardware checking it is extremely low...
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Re: Chinavia Protected Blu-Ray Discs

Postby JJ » Sun Apr 21, 2013 6:09 am

Just playing mkv in PS3 will catch Cinavia if PS3 is updated.
Most likely any new player that supports playing different fileformats also has Cinavia.
Best bet is to use old player - but those usually do not support new formats.
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