Updated AnyDVD HD

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (Blu-ray issues)' started by willn, Oct 4, 2007.

  1. willn

    willn Well-Known Member

    So I was thinking about purchasing AnyDVD HD, but I don't want to spend the money if I can't decrypt some movies. Any idea on a time frame for getting the new host key?
     
  2. Humpa

    Humpa Well-Known Member

    It does everything that came out before the latest BD+ titles. And I thought James posted monday that a fix was coming "soon". I would recommend buying AnyDVD HD to anyone - they have a really good community and product. Plus they are very timely with their updates.
     
  3. jdohn2002

    jdohn2002 Well-Known Member

    Awesome program. Any issues that I have had were answered by someone in the forums.
     
  4. willn

    willn Well-Known Member

    I am trying the trial and why does it rip so slow compared to some of the command line tools? I was ripping at like 8MB/s with those tools and the most I can get with AnyDVD HD is 3MB/s. Is there a setting?
     
  5. DetroitBaseball

    DetroitBaseball Well-Known Member

    It does have a setting for drive speed. Click on the tab called "Drives" and it has speed control there. I don't know if this will fix it for sure though.
     
  6. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    HD DVD? Blu-ray? You can try "xcopy" from the command prompt, is this faster?
     
  7. willn

    willn Well-Known Member

    This is with Blu-ray, but the command line tools work well, which is like xcopy. I tried the speed control settings and it did the same speed. Any other ideas?
     
  8. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    The speed setting is for DVDs only.
    Using xcopy while AnyDVD HD is running (AnyDVD decrypts, xcopy copies)
     
  9. DonCarlos

    DonCarlos Well-Known Member

    CAn anybody of the Slysoft team say when we ware going to see a working update to be able to rip the new BDs with BD+?
     
  10. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    No, we can't. How about using HD DVDs instead in the meantime? ;)
     
  11. DonCarlos

    DonCarlos Well-Known Member

    I also use HDDVD. I promise!But I would like it to see BD+ cracked....
     
  12. SamuriHL

    SamuriHL Retired Moderator

    And they will work on it. However, it will take them time. They are telling you there is no ETA on when that will happen.
     
  13. willn

    willn Well-Known Member

    So I take it only BD+ were affected? I heard that the host key was revoked though, which means you can't decrypt ANYTHING if you use a newer disc that has the updated revocation list. Is this true or is it really only BD+ that have issues?
     
  14. DonCarlos

    DonCarlos Well-Known Member

    I think it is both because some HDDVDs don't work either.That means also the Host key is revoked. And on the day after tomorrow Bd you can find a file called SVM. I read somewhere that this could stand for secure virtual maschine. And in AVS forum you can read that the new FOX releases have BD+. So just wait,relax and see what happens....
     
    Last edited: Oct 4, 2007
  15. willn

    willn Well-Known Member

    You say wait, but I see no one posting about the host key, etc. Is this an issue? Why would I not be able to decrypt movies that I was able to decrypt just a few weeks ago? I have not played any new movies that would have the revocation list updated. I am just a little confused. I have tried the command line tools and AnyDVD HD and neither will decrypt. Could it be that Cyberlink will not recognize it? That can't really be the case since it will play the disc itself. Thanks for your help guys.
     
  16. DonCarlos

    DonCarlos Well-Known Member

    Ok I do not understand what you want?! The fact is that they implemeted BD+ in the new Blu ray releases like silver surfer.Also there is MKBv4 on the new discs. It doesn't matter if it is a new HDDVD or a Blu ray. The old discs you have you can decrpyt but not the new ones. It does not have anything to do with the update of the revocation list because Anydvd decrypts everything with MKBv3 or earlier. When it is decrypted PowerDVD sees just a HD file nothing more... So were is your problem?I just say wait till Slysoft cracks BD+ and brings out the new version of AnyDVD with the new Host key
     
    Last edited: Oct 5, 2007
  17. willn

    willn Well-Known Member

    OK, then that doesn't make any sense. I have been trying to rip movies that I have already ripped before, but aacskeys is giving me an invalid volume ID. It is giving me all 0's. This wasn't happening before. The only difference is I am running it in a Vista VM that is 32-bit. The reason I was asking is someone told me that if I used a newer disc in my drive it would update the revocation list and basically blacklist the host key that it was using, or something like that. You have any ideas?
     
    Last edited: Oct 5, 2007
  18. Charlie

    Charlie Well-Known Member

    Put the DVD in the drive and post the info window on the anydvd status window for those titles.
     
  19. willn

    willn Well-Known Member

    Summary for drive E: (AnyDVD 6.1.7.5)
    SATA PIONEER BD-ROM 1.01 07/05/15PIONEER
    Drive (Hardware) Region: 1

    Media is a Blu-Ray disc.
    Total size: 23102176 sectors (45121 MBytes)
    Video Blu-Ray label: 60815090_CASINO_ROYALE
    Media is AACS protected!
    Removed AACS copy protection!


    And just to let you know aacskeys says "Drive signature wrong/error" and gives me 000000000 on the Volume ID. Thanks for your help.
     
  20. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    It looks like AnyDVD did its job. Now you can use xcopy.... ;)