New aacs 2.1 title

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by mfast, Aug 27, 2019.

  1. manixx2020

    manixx2020 Well-Known Member

    Nobody here said anything about sharing lol. 9FA429C2-C948-499C-8B66-157BBCFE0F22.jpeg 24A00770-3FC3-4E4D-B472-7530C51BCA70.jpeg
  2. Pete

    Pete Forum Admin Staff Member

    Thread moved to "General chat"
  3. manixx2020

    manixx2020 Well-Known Member

    CPU hevc encoding NOT GPU
    Very grainy movie nice detail doe. 9C4C82CC-6835-4F2C-B5E1-DE9C988218BA.jpeg EFBC8A98-F9FA-4C32-B7B2-FD6FEF801991.jpeg
  4. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    Are you sure? Or are you confusing this with BD+? Which DOES embed a watermark into the stream. Or did, as it seems to be dead.
  5. SamuriHL

    SamuriHL Retired Moderator

    Yes I'm sure. Aacs 2.1 is nasty. I'll have to go dig up the info that was posted about it when it first arrived with the patriot and fury to get the specifics but I'm quite sure that just decrypting it embeds watermarking data in the video stream. Very identifiable watermarking data. It wouldn't stop you from playing it but it would identify the source so they can track down who leaked it. I'll see if I can find the info again though.

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  6. coopervid

    coopervid Well-Known Member

  7. SamuriHL

    SamuriHL Retired Moderator

    Sure but more this:

    Although I think that's partially wrong. Or at least unclear. Mike says it applies to AACS 2.x. I don't believe that's true. FMT only applies to AACS 2.1. FMT being the Forensic Mark ummm T. I don't remember what the T is.
  8. manixx2020

    manixx2020 Well-Known Member

    Decryption process was NOT deuhd!
    Don’t own that software & don’t need it.
  9. manixx2020

    manixx2020 Well-Known Member

    That’s y I asked in previous post is there a way besides a hex editor to view what’s embedded.
  10. manixx2020

    manixx2020 Well-Known Member

    “In AACS 2.x the "decryption" process (by a player) is rather different from AACS 1.0 - compliant device not only decrypts the content but also actively meddles with it. Forensic mark is always inserted into video stream at the decryption layer. This mark contains player model and serial number along with environmental details. This information is preserved in video stream and survives”
    Did not locate model info within the hex file editor. And also compared to regular 2.0 aacs
    Almost similar as well.
  11. SamuriHL

    SamuriHL Retired Moderator

  12. TheEmpathicEar

    TheEmpathicEar Well-Known Member

    R U guys talking about a new version of Cinavia?
  13. SamuriHL

    SamuriHL Retired Moderator

    No. Has nothing to do with Cinavia.
  14. aaronwt

    aaronwt Well-Known Member

    Zombieland has AACS 2.1.