Copy a BD Live Patched Title?

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (Blu-ray issues)' started by TubeBar, Feb 24, 2019.

  1. TubeBar

    TubeBar Member

    I am using the anyDVD demo, not sure that makes a difference. The problem is the disc contained an error and PowerDVD was able to download an update. When I copy the BD w/ AnyDVD (iso) it is not patched and still has the error.

    Is there anyway to copy a disc like that? I know not many BDs have that issue but this one does.
     
  2. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    Well for starters, what's the error you're getting.

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  3. Pete

    Pete Forum Admin Staff Member

    Wow, that's a tricky one.

    Basically: if you don't instruct AnyDVD to remove the region code or remove BDlive and it's not a BD+ disc and it's not Screen Pass protected (I've no idea what kind of disc you have, that information would help).
    Well if all those ifs come together, then the copy itself will still work with BDlive and the same fix can be applied.

    Otherwise it gets complicated. It depends on what files were affected by the fix.
    You should find the downloaded fix somewhere below the following path:

    c:\users\<yourname>\AppData\Local\Cyberlink\PowerDVD<version>\Caches\PowerDVD<version>Cache\LocalStorage\2.0\BUDA

    If jar files were affected (probably), it's difficult to do manually. The jar files are signed and need to match the certificate on the disc.
     
  4. TubeBar

    TubeBar Member

    Hi Pete, thank you for the info.

    Yes I went to that path and the m2t file is there. With this disc it was only 1 file that needed to be re-downloaded.

    I found it at: C:\Users\Ted\AppData\Local\CyberLink\PowerDVD18\Caches\PowerDVD18Cache\LocalStorage\2.0\BUDA\99052efaa2692245a1c05b3c48c4f19ba3045297\7fff7739\PM\I1X7P1J2\BDMV\STREAM
    93DVLY8V.M2T

    The question is how can I merge it into the actual ISO? I am assuming no easy way?

    Besides that there are a lot of other files. At least I have the corrected file and it seems to be not encrypted :)

    Anyway I am going to buy the lifetime license to anyDVD as this seems to be the perfect program. BD Live patching problem is a bit of pain but as I said I never saw any issues like this before (due to stupid manufacturing error).

    The disc is "Final Fantasy IV Revival Disc" http://www.square-enix.co.jp/music/sem/page/ff_revival/FF4/ which is a Japanese BD.

    All they state on the page is:

    «Customers who are watching on playback equipment connected to the network»
    We will distribute DISC update patch.

    ■ Corresponding procedure

    • Please play this disc with the playback device connected to the network.
    • Follow the instructions of the playback device to update the disk and download the corrected data
     
  5. Pete

    Pete Forum Admin Staff Member

    That depends on what this m2t file is meant for.
    Does it effectively replace another m2ts file on the disc? If so, the procedure should be fairly simple.

    You'd copy the complete disc to HDD (just have AnyDVD active and then copy using Windows Explorer - or AnyDVD's "rip to disc" function, which does the same thing).
    Then replace the file.

    Then you can use CloneBD to create an ISO or burn to disc. CloneBD is free as long as you don't shrink.
     
  6. TubeBar

    TubeBar Member

    Yes that's all it does. The m2t file replaces the m2ts file. I assume all I need to do is rename the file so it's the same, including the extension?

    BTW I purchased the lifetime license for anyDVD yesterday as didn't want to be bothered w/ renewing. I'll give CloneBD a try esp. if I can use that for free. Thanks again Pete you were a BIG help :)