Anydvd (RedFox) and UHD/AACS 2.0 - There is hope

Discussion in 'High Definition Hardware' started by Ch3vr0n, Feb 29, 2016.

  1. Rudde

    Rudde Member

    Well you might be out of luck when they get general encrypted memory tho, as AMD already have been announcing.
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  2. gereral1

    gereral1 Well-Known Member

    I read the 4k papers. They are going to offer what Blu-ray offfersto stream 4k to devices. 256 bit encryption.... This is worse then Germany code machine
  3. Rudde

    Rudde Member

    The bitmap data still has to be decrypted at some point the delivery chain or else you would not get anything that made sense to your display.
  4. gereral1

    gereral1 Well-Known Member

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  5. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    please leave torrents out of this discussion. Attacking the HDCP part will do us 0 good, with protection still active, playback will simply not be possible
  6. techguy2k5

    techguy2k5 Well-Known Member

    Let's worry about that when it actually gains some traction. As of right now these features have precisely ZERO market penetration because no supporting products are yet for sale. Once Ryzen goes on sale, we'll see how well it does sales-wise. Then it will take Intel responding and several years of sell-through for the market to support software vendors REQUIRING the use of such features.
  7. yahknow1

    yahknow1 Well-Known Member

    I used physical discs for all my backups religiously for years. About two years ago I ditched bdrebuilder for mkv's to my NAS and PLEX and am way happier. My theory is if a hdd fails I can replace/rebuild and be back in business. ;-)
  8. w.s.k

    w.s.k Member

    Meanwhile the full eco-system for playing 4K/UHD - Blu-ray on a PC is available: Motherboard, CPU/GPU, player, software. Now many people hope and wait for a future version of AnyDVD supporting 4K/UHD. But the requirements and sticking points seem to be very high and it´s not sure whether it will be possible at all - or at least with reduced functions.
    With respect to that here some thoughts, specially concerning the function of ripping:

    1. Best would be full functionality as known from AnyDVD/AnyDVDHD: Playing and ripping a physical disk and playing the ripped copy from storage on (nearly) every PC.
    If this will not be possible:

    2. Playing and ripping the physical disk only on a PC, which fulfills all the requirements, but playing the ripped copy from storage on (nearly) every PC.
    If this will not be possible, too:

    3. Playing and ripping the physical disk and playing the ripped copy from storage only on a PC, which fulfills all the requirements.

    Even the third alternative would be better than nothing because it allows to make a digital (security) copy and play it at any time and as often as you like without using the physical disk.
  9. edo1080

    edo1080 Member

    requirements for UHD Blu-rays are:

    Intel 7th generation (Kaby Lake) Core i processors and above that support the Intel Software Guard Extensions (Intel SGX) technology.The Intel SGX feature needs to be enabled in the BIOS* settings and allocated with 128 MB or above memory space.

    The 1st time you slide a BD in an internet connection is required, and a special key is delivered to the system, it gets stored somewhere in the motherboard flash as far as I have been told.
  10. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    That's old news :p
  11. gereral1

    gereral1 Well-Known Member

    Just heads up. Call in feature is not required for all movies. I own about 15 uhd movies now and decided to unplug the eithernet to disks raverant and magnificiant 7 uhd and they played fine.

    Something people should know.... later
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  12. Adbear

    Adbear Well-Known Member

    Had you played them before or was this the first time they had been played on this machine?
  13. gereral1

    gereral1 Well-Known Member

    First time!
  14. gereral1

    gereral1 Well-Known Member

    I have lone servivor, the oil rig disaster movie, john wick to play first time too. Ill get back to you when I play these the first time
  15. manixx2020

    manixx2020 Well-Known Member

    This is true u don't need internet to play back 1st time.
  16. gereral1

    gereral1 Well-Known Member

    Wonder how many times b4 it prompts you. Have you got any prompts?
  17. manixx2020

    manixx2020 Well-Known Member

    None at all
    But u do get a message when u are connected to the internet.
    While it's spinning up.
  18. RedFox 1

    RedFox 1 Super Moderator

    Anybody here use the Cloud. You cant lose anything. Guaranteed.
  19. gereral1

    gereral1 Well-Known Member

    I have 4 terrabytes cloud server :)
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  20. RedFox 1

    RedFox 1 Super Moderator

    Very smart, your stuff is there to stay, whenever you want it.