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Private link to Cyberlink PowerDVD Ultra 3319 Ptach

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (Blu-ray issues)' started by kissel01, Oct 10, 2007.

  1. kissel01

    kissel01 Member

    Does anyone have a private link to this latest patch that will allow playback of Fantastic 4 and Day After Tomorrow? It seems like a lot of people are asking about this.
  2. Charlie

    Charlie Well-Known Member

    These can no longer be shared on this forum if I remember right.
  3. RedFox 1

    RedFox 1 Super Moderator

    Cyberlink has asked that we not provide links to download their products. If this is on there Website, go there and download it, if it is not, e-mail them.
  4. kissel01

    kissel01 Member

    My bad.

    I was unaware of this so I won't ask again.
  5. jdohn2002

    jdohn2002 Well-Known Member

    As of yesterday, all you have to do is try to play one of the new Blu-Ray titles that won't rip. The message that popped up before that said ""A critical component of the player requires periodic update.New movies could fail to play if the component is not updated promptly.Would you like to update now?"
    Just click "YES" and you will be directed to download the new patch. Just be warned that it took like 45 minutes for it to download though.
  6. SuperGoof

    SuperGoof Well-Known Member

    You can also use link provided by AACS on the front page of their site (www.aacsla.com):
    Last edited by a moderator: Oct 12, 2007
  7. Stormlord

    Stormlord Well-Known Member

    installing the 3319 results in me not being able to play BD anymore, so I reverted back to the 3401a - which strangely enough seems to have a higher version number, but an older build date... Is 3319 an OEM patch? What is it supposed to fix? In any case: when I use that one I cannot use my blu ray discs anymore as the soft tells me to get the latest updates, when I did that - it just repeated that pop-up message over and over.
  8. DrinkLyeAndDie

    DrinkLyeAndDie Retired Moderator

    I upgraded and I'm not happy with the results and I don't even watch HD/BD movies. I ended up finding multiple instances of CLDrvChk.exe [after I had exited PowerDVD] running and my system slowed to a freakin' crawl. I'm going to switch back to 7.3.3104a.1.
  9. Ozzlander

    Ozzlander Well-Known Member

    First time poster, but I had the same experience, so I thought I'd give my thoughts as well...

    After upgrading, any bluray disk I try to play (that used to work) gives me the 'update needed, download now' which does nothing, and the disk still won't play. There is no problem with HD-DVDs, only Blurays.

    BUT... If I disable AnyDVD (I have a full HDCP path) the Blurays that previously failed to play, now play just fine (in PowerDVD with latest patch). It almost seems as if the new patch is detecting AnyDVD & then not playing.
  10. lostinlodos

    lostinlodos Well-Known Member

    Time to switch to Nero Showtime? Buy the $40 HD plugin and everything works with and without SlySoft products running. It simply ignores lockouts and prohibitions and all the other junk. Nero pays some kind of fee per HD plugin purchase so you're discs will play fine.
  11. Adbear

    Adbear Well-Known Member

    Except a lot of people are finding showtime unstable, and it doesn't always let you use the chapter commands properly.

    If you own a legal copy of Powerdvd get in touch with support. They sent me a full installer rather than an updater, and once I'd followed their instructions on how to remove everything from the old install and installed the full version everything is working fine
  12. Stormlord

    Stormlord Well-Known Member

    Ok Adbear, Ozzlander.

    I'm having the same issue with upgrade van 3104a (not 3401a, my mistake) to 3391.

    HD DVD would play here aswell, only blu ray wouldn't - posting up the update message (these are older blu ray discs I tried with, so it should not be due to the newer MKB).

    Ripping of the disc and playing back from the HDD will work though. (though time and spaceconsuming to do so, I definately do not plan to do so for every movie - it should work).

    I think I will ask Cyberlink support, I do own my power dvd ultra copy...

    James, you have any ideas? ( running here) Maybe they ARE looking to see AnyDVD HD is loaded, but I think not - since HD DVD plays back just fine with Any DVD HD enabled. My guess is rather it has something to do with regioncode or HDCP.

    The problem is I need AnyDVD HD to work since all of my discs are region 1/A and I live in region 2/B. I use two screens connected via DVI (instead of one digital which is allowed by HDCP). One of the screens has a resolution of 2560x1600 natively (which is higher than HDCP allows, since it is only single link) + one is a HD Ready plasma. I.o.w. I NEED Any DVD HD to work to be able to play my Blu Ray discs.
  13. Adbear

    Adbear Well-Known Member

    if you're using a PC Blu-ray drive then it makes no difference what region the disc is as you just change the region in powerdvd, and if you end up using all 5 changes then just search for the guide on here on how to reset powerdvd to 5 again. On Blu-ray it's not the drive that is locked after 5 changes but the playback software
  14. Ozzlander

    Ozzlander Well-Known Member

    I own my copy as well.

    I'm running Perhaps Cyberlink have decided to not play unencrypted bluray content from disk? (though I seem to remember other people playing them just fine?).

    For me it isn't a major issue, as I rarely watch blurays or HD DVDs on my PC, but I can understand your frustration if you need it to watch blurays from a different region :)
  15. DetroitBaseball

    DetroitBaseball Well-Known Member

    Why would you use such an old version?
  16. Ozzlander

    Ozzlander Well-Known Member

    Mostly because it works with what I have - when it doesn't, I'll upgrade (and actually recently, I've been putting it off until the MKB v4 issue is sorted, since I'll have Transformers late next week or early the week after) :)
  17. DetroitBaseball

    DetroitBaseball Well-Known Member

    Sometimes AnyDVD might do something you can't necessarily see happening. I don't see the point in using an old version until it fails.
  18. Ozzlander

    Ozzlander Well-Known Member

    Well, I don't usually wait until it stops working, but I also don't install every version as it comes along. I thought about installing since it was a major rewrite, but since they should have the MKB v4 issue sorted in a week or so, I figured I'd wait for that.
  19. lostinlodos

    lostinlodos Well-Known Member

    By no means is it perfect yet. The difference with Nero and CyberLink is that Nero pays a licensing fee for the right to circumvent certain protections as part of its creation software (The HD Plugin). I have no idea what that entails fully, nor do I really care. What I, and others, do care about is the fact that 99% of the discs of all three HD formats play with AnyDVD running. CyberLink, if it hasn't already, will eventually blacklist AnyDVD.
    Other products have already done so. When it comes to paying for media, we vote with our dollars. Nero, for all their negatives, has always stayed in the same camp with Sly on the backup side of the street. All other reasons pro and vice aside, that alone is enough for my support. CyberLink has made it clear that it is against such tools as Sly offers. Over time you will need to hack away at CL-PDVD to get it to work with your latest AnyDVD, where Nero has a tendency to fix compatibility problems with Sly software (covertly) fairly regularly.
  20. Adbear

    Adbear Well-Known Member

    This is not true, they pay a licensing fee to be able to burn discs of your own (BDAV) format, and to be able to play back BDMV (commercial discs) but this does not circumvent the AACS copy protection at all or the HDCP protocols. It would make absolutely no sense for the studios etc to pay huge amounts of money to have these protections and then allow someone to pay them to circumvent them. The authoring side of Nero doesn't even touch AACS or HDCP, it doesn't allow you to use AACS on your discs as you can only put that on by paying a hefty fee at an authoring house, And it doesn't use the HDCP flags either