Yes I read the sticky, Yes it's a UHD

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (Blu-ray issues)' started by mhalter81, Jul 8, 2018.

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  1. mhalter81

    mhalter81 Member

    I have a title that is not currently working other than Fury. Dawn of Planet of the Apes? I question this because it seems very strange. It seems either the opd has not encountered this version to have a key, or is it possible that this is an aacs 2.1 disc? I used another program with hashed keys to see if it would fair any better, but with same result as anydvd. Only reason I am posting is because it was my understanding that the only uhd that were currently not supported were 2.1. If this isn't the case, or in fact this disc is 2.1 I apologize for my ignorance. Anyway here the log is attached, hope I didn't step on toes posting this.
     

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  2. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    Then read it again. Uhd logfiles are NOT required at this point. Just because it seems weird to you doesn't make it wrong. Aacs 2.0 is a completely different beast than all versions of aacs a combined. That there's no decryption key for is precisely why it's not working.

    Your understanding is completely wrong. AACS 2.0 hasn't been cracked at all, not by long shot. The initial support of them only existed because their decryption keys were leaked, NOT because AACS 2.0 was cracked.

    The sticky is there for a reason.

    https://forum.redfox.bz/threads/any...-discs-read-this-first-before-you-post.74937/

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