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post #31 of 42
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Originally Posted by kegobeer View Post

Serves you right for wanting to watch a Twilight movie. BD+ was trying to save you.


Thirded.

I'm assuming that if you rip this immediately with AnyDVD before running PDVD, BD+ won't be able to do it's thing.
Or play with MPC-HC.
post #32 of 42
I'm thinking BD+ is why Apple has yet to offer Blu-ray.
post #33 of 42
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Originally Posted by Ruiner View Post


Thirded.

I'm assuming that if you rip this immediately with AnyDVD before running PDVD, BD+ won't be able to do it's thing.
Or play with MPC-HC.

See they are forcing him to pirate just to play his movie, brilliant.
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post #35 of 42
Sounds like a new rootkit scheme is in the works on BD discs!
post #36 of 42
If that's the case, I suspect the brilliant developers of Slysoft will find a way to clean it.
post #37 of 42
I think IIRC my Blu-ray movie that I bought just last week: 'Chronicles of Narnia - Voyage of the Dawn Treader' also had BD+ protection on the disc. However I used MakeMKV to do the work and apparently it did just fine in ripping the disc. I have a bad feeling that these studios are going to try to implement more BD+ crap on these discs to cause more problems.
post #38 of 42
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Originally Posted by Ruiner View Post

Thirded.

I'm assuming that if you rip this immediately with AnyDVD before running PDVD, BD+ won't be able to do it's thing.
Or play with MPC-HC.

Hmmm...I normally use AnyDVD before any of my software players see my Blu-ray movies but I'm curious - would it matter if a PC was not connection to the internet?

jidelite
post #39 of 42
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Originally Posted by kegobeer View Post

serves you right for wanting to watch a twilight movie. Bd+ was trying to save you.


+1
post #40 of 42
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Originally Posted by DrDon View Post

Sat down to view the BD version of "Twilight: Breaking Dawn" I'd purchased at a retail establishment. After the previews were over, the disc tossed up a message on the screen that said something to the effect that it found ripping software on my computer and, therefore, wasn't gong to play. That was it. Done. No menus, nothing.

I shut down AnyDVD and tried to re-start the movie, but nothing doing. PDVD 9 won't go past the splash screen, now. And it tells me I might need an update to play the movie. Clicking "yes" or "cancel" does nothing. Just disabling AnyDVD versus exiting the program also does nothing. PDVD won't run, now.

Going down to my theater shortly to see what the damage is and figure out how to fix it.

Thanks, Hollywood. I had no plans to rip/copy your movie. Now I'm out $22 for nothing.

I popped in the disc and ripped it to ISO with AnyDVD without an issue. This was before the latest update was released, so it was 6.x. I had no issues whatsoever. I just tested the ISO and it works perfectly fine.
post #41 of 42
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Originally Posted by cybrsage View Post

I popped in the disc and ripped it to ISO with AnyDVD without an issue. This was before the latest update was released, so it was 6.x. I had no issues whatsoever. I just tested the ISO and it works perfectly fine.

Did watching it make your eyes bleed? Or your man parts shrivel?
post #42 of 42
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by cybrsage View Post

I popped in the disc and ripped it to ISO with AnyDVD without an issue. This was before the latest update was released, so it was 6.x. I had no issues whatsoever. I just tested the ISO and it works perfectly fine.

The BD verson?
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