Feature Request - A way to easily support new sites

Discussion in 'AnyStream' started by X86_64, Jan 7, 2021.

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  1. X86_64

    X86_64 Member

    I haven't actually reversed AnyStream as of yet, so I have no clue if it actually extracts the decryption key of the widevine streams or if it's some weird trickery of hooking in to the widevineCDM.dll to extract frames without needing to extract the keys, but assuming it's actually extracting the decryption key it should be possible to allow users to add new sites (if anything just paste a manifest link) for easy decryption and download.
     
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  2. DannyBoi

    DannyBoi Well-Known Member

    getting keys are easy, downloading is easy, decrypting is easy simple, use anystream or dont!
     
  3. X86_64

    X86_64 Member

    It's not a matter of "using it or not". It's simply a matter of wanting an easy widevine stream decrypter
     
  4. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    How AnyStream does it's thing is proprietary information and technical info such as that will NOT be disclosed or discussed on this forum. Least of all talk about reverse engineering.

    End of discussion.

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  5. Prospere

    Prospere RedFox Development Team

    We sincerely appreciate your interest in our product and your goodwill.
    However, I may need to cite myself (immodestly).

    "Whether one thinks the issue is or is not a technical one, or whether there is or is not something that would prevent a feature from being implemented or has any other assumptions regarding the software is wholly irrelevant and will not be discussed."

    And yet, I would like to re-emphasize - while we do appreciate any user input and feature requests, we have mentioned this multiple times - anything related to AnyStream internals is the internal matter of Red Fox. It will not be discussed outside the company (including this forum) in any form.
     
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