Java Protection/Screenpass/PlayList Obfuscated OPD Cache

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (Blu-ray issues)' started by My Life Is Tech, Oct 18, 2017.

  1. My Life Is Tech

    My Life Is Tech Well-Known Member

    Would it be possible to add a feature to AnyDVD where it caches the information from the OPD for discs that one decrypts with these protections locally?

    Also a question. When keeping copy protection on Rip to ISO, does that also keep the Java/Screenpass/PlayList Obfuscated protections as well? If so, then that would mean that in order to decrypt that protected ISO in the future, we would need internet access to the OPD everytime we wanted to play that disc.
  2. Adbear

    Adbear Well-Known Member

    If you make an ISO with copy protection left on then AnyDVD doesn't do anything with it it just makes an ISO of the disc
  3. My Life Is Tech

    My Life Is Tech Well-Known Member

    Hmm... in that case we would probably need the access to the OPD then in order to decrypt the protected ISO, dang... though my question still stands, if the developers would be willing to allow the results from the OPD be cached in the local database for offline use of the protected ISO.
  4. Pete

    Pete Forum Admin Staff Member

    The information is already built into AnyDVD - each release includes all information that was gathered up until then.
    You worry too much ;)
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  5. My Life Is Tech

    My Life Is Tech Well-Known Member

    Ah, so with each new version of AnyDVD, it includes the information for all Java, Screenpass and Playlist Obfuscated discs up to that release date? I just remember about a year and a half ago, that the latest version of AnyDVD at the time, right after SlySoft had shut down, only had the information for discs with screenpass and such about a year or two older than the software locally, has that changed since then? Though I know the newer BD+ and other such stuff is only in the online database, but luckily that gets cached locally after the disc has been ripped once so it could be used again offline.

    And yeah, maybe I do. :p Just under a bit of stress here recently, and haven't used AnyDVD in quite some time, and I've just got numerous concerns, given than I'm OCD and apparently a bit of a perfectionist. :)
  6. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    In the SlySoft days screenpass, playlist obfuscation, ... information was never part of AnyDVD. Yes, we actually do improve the program. ;)
    Inserted. No need to rip. AnyDVD is designed for WATCHING.
    BD+ information is not incuded within AnyDVD, correct.
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  7. amazing

    amazing Well-Known Member

    @James ? About the opd I realize it's a big dl but would the option be considered to be able for dl????? :)
  8. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL

    Afaik that's still on the to do list, just in case redfox were to get shut down (but lets hope that never happens, at least not in the next 9 yrs.)
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  9. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    Not at this time, no.
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  10. amazing

    amazing Well-Known Member

    Kk thankx for response @James ;););)
  11. My Life Is Tech

    My Life Is Tech Well-Known Member

    Ah sweet, thanks for all the information @James, I really appreciate it, and I'm glad to hear that all this information is now included directly within AnyDVD, and it's greatly appreciated since it doesn't get cached from the OPD, and I'm assuming that every new revision of AnyDVD would be updated with that latest information from the OPD locally.

    Also, I'm not sure if Java is the same or separate, but is Java protection contained locally as well for all discs up to the release date of the revision of AnyDVD?

    By ripping, I essentially meant copying, or rather, backing up, since AnyDVD does say "Rip to Image".

    I do hope that, like @amazing said, that the OPD might one day be available for download. I could care less how much HDD space it takes up, since it's practically invaluable, and if one is backing up blu-rays, one would also assume that they have ample storage space available for it. But at the very least, I would hope that if anything were to happen to RedFox, which I hope nothing will ever happen to you guys, knock on wood, that the entire OPD would be released for download so we could preserve everything that we have thus far.