AnyDVD DVD ripping and Cinavia Options

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (DVD issues)' started by Doug J, Mar 1, 2017.

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  1. Doug J

    Doug J New Member

    Until recently upgrading my DVD Bluray player, I wasn't aware of the 21 minute Cinavia watermark copy protection. My previous DVD Bluray was manufactured 2011, which apparently was 1 year prior to the 2012 mandate for new DVD Bluray players.

    What are the limitations to block or remove Cinavia using AnyDVD on DVD's. I've recently read that AnyDVD doesn't effect Cinavia on DVD's. Although within the AnyDVD Settings Options under Program Settings there are a few check boxes that address Cinavia. These aren't under the Bluray section, so I assumed they were for DVD or Bluray. Is there no Cinavia support for DVD ripping? Are there any plans to add this feature for DVD?

    Other than using a older DVD Bluray player, are there other options or methods to remove / block Cinavia copy protection? For newer DVD Bluray players, is there any source to update firmware with cinavia detection deactivated?
     
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  2. Yaris

    Yaris Well-Known Member

    Only older Blu-ray players have older pre-Cinavia firmware versions. Nobody can crack the newer Cinavia era firmwares.
    Do what I did and buy good DVD players from Amazon which will happily ignore Cinavia on DVDs before they stop selling them (even the dreaded Sony brand which also doesn't detect Cinavia, despite the personal opinion of Chevron).
     
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  3. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    He didn't upgrade the firmware, by the post I'm guessing he got a new player which now requires to detect it.

    As to your options for removing Cinavia from DVDs. There's 2. A DVD only player, or play on a PC with AnyDVD active. That's it.

    And I never said Sony DVD players detected it, I said I'd avoid them just in case they suddenly would after a firmware update. No more, no less.

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  4. woolhead

    woolhead Member

    at the moderator... do you know if you guys are in the process of working on cinavia removal on standard DVD's? I can put a list of a quite a few standard DVD's that have cinavia on them. IF it is in the process, any kind of ETA for it to be out? I'm running into this more and more lately.
     
  5. woolhead

    woolhead Member


    at the moderator... do you know if you guys are in the process of working on cinavia removal on standard DVD's? I can put a list of a quite a few standard DVD's that have cinavia on them. IF it is in the process, any kind of ETA for it to be out? I'm running into this more and more lately.
     
  6. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    We're only moderators, we have no access to developer stuff.

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  7. Walking Dude

    Walking Dude Member

    Maybe a special thread listing any known movies using cinavia would be good. It would spare users many surprise "what sort of evil *beep* is this?" moments.
     
  8. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    There already is, Google can tell you where

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