Current Supported UHD Blurays: Add Yours to Comments and they will be added to this list

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (Blu-ray issues)' started by dvb888, Jun 21, 2018.

  1. Lukas

    Lukas Well-Known Member

    @testiles today I received the information from the E-shop with us that the Czech Republic is moving the issue in February or March 2019
     
  2. testiles

    testiles Well-Known Member

    Good news!

    Checked tonight and all the 5 UHDs I mentioned are now working in AnyDVD!

    That's Matrix Reloaded, Matrix Revolution, Superman the Movie, Law Abiding Citizen and Air Force One.


    Funny 'cause they still weren't working earlier in the day and I spent the entire afternoon backing them up using a "second-choice" application -- just to play it safe.

    Happened to click one this evening and shazam!

    ... so, now I can delete those backups...


    @mbarnstijn What's the word on 2001 and A Wrinkle in Time?

    @mlipar Is Incredibles 2 decrypting now?




    So, Lukas they pushed the release of Incredible 2 UHD from January to later in 2019?

    Sorry to hear it!

    But you're not using UHD's yet are you?

    Did you set up for UHDs since we last talked? If so, let me know about it via pm...



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  3. mlipar

    mlipar Member

    yes it is working now
    thank you redfox
     
  4. testiles

    testiles Well-Known Member

    Cool!


    Yes, thanks so much developers :thankyou:



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  5. mbarnstijn

    mbarnstijn Well-Known Member

    My copy of 2001 UHD now decodes; A Wrinkle in Time does not. Excellent progress, thanks to the Redfox developers!
     
  6. testiles

    testiles Well-Known Member


    Wow, I'm glad 2001 is supported.

    If you watch it before it releases on the 20th (when I'll get it), would appreciate if you could give me a heads up how it looks in 4k...


    Do you know how to check whether A Wrinkle In Time is AACS 2.1?

    See it there is a .fmts file under BDMV - STREAM...


    "Cause that might explain why it's still not decrypting.


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    Last edited: Nov 10, 2018
  7. mbarnstijn

    mbarnstijn Well-Known Member

    I think the review of the USA 2001 4K release, over on Blu-ray.com, will tell you much more specifically and technically how good the 4K video is than I could do anecdotally. I like the improved detail compared to the Blu-ray version, but I'm using a Dune 4K Solo to play back which doesn't do HDR properly, so I'm missing some of those improvements.
     
  8. mbarnstijn

    mbarnstijn Well-Known Member

    This is my log for A Wrinkle in Time, does it answer your question about AACS 2.1? I don't see a fmts file in BDMV/STREAM...
     

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  9. testiles

    testiles Well-Known Member

    I'll take the opinion of a layman over technical specs and other broo-haha any day when it comes to evaluating things like video enjoyment.

    The fact that you enjoyed improved detail tells me everything I need to know! (y)


    Unfortunately, there seems to be yet another delay in the release of 2001 as Amazon no longer reports November 20th as the release date....


    Well, the logfile may help others. I can't read them.

    But if you say you dont see .fmts files in the Stream it's likely not 2.1.


    Which I would assume means decryption is on the way -- but taking some time.



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  10. rdgrimes

    rdgrimes Well-Known Member

    Its a supply problem. But its easy to get on eBay in most any region, both new and used.
     
  11. testiles

    testiles Well-Known Member

    I'm confused by that.

    How could it be a supply problem if the disc hasn't been released yet?


    I did a really quick google and the ones that popped up on eBay that were "immediately" available ship from Korea and arrive sometime in January.

    The others were pre-orders showing the old Nov. 20 release date (which is no more).


    I'll just have to wait longer, have no choice.

    Got a feeling it will be worth it.


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  12. rdgrimes

    rdgrimes Well-Known Member

    I'm not sure where you're searching on eBay, but I just found 3 new ones at retail pricing available now. It was released on 10/30, but they tried to cover up the woeful lack of supply by saying: "its not really released yet". Amazon shipped a bunch of them on 10/31. It was released in other regions too, I see them listed in Aus. and Germany right now. Anyway, I had no trouble ripping it.
     
  13. testiles

    testiles Well-Known Member

    I had just quickly googled "2001 UHD for sale" and looked at the first page of results, which included 5 or 6 from eBay.

    I'll go on eBay itself and search further...


    Interesting.

    Sorry I missed that shipment.


    Excellent!


    Yeah, getting back to the topic of the thread......



    Today I got Rambo UHD, which released yesterday.

    It's not working in AnyDVD yet.


    Seems like for brand-new releases, it will take a week and a half or so for AnyDVD to decrypt them.

    The exception though seems to be A Wrinkle In Time.

    Amazon says it released June 5, but @mbarnstijn last reported it's still not decrypting.


    Also, not sure of the status of The Big Lebowski, which released October 16th.



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  14. testiles

    testiles Well-Known Member

    I have a new recently-released UHD to add to the not-yet-supported list:


    1) A Wrinkle In Time

    2) Rambo I (II and III also released this week but I don't have those)

    3) Meg (new)



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