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-Demux all the streams using ClownBD (uncheck Use ImgBurn and Use tsMuxer options)
-Extract the AC3 or DTS track from your DVD. I use VideoReDo for this task. There are many ways to demux a DVD.
-Load tsMuxer, add the video stream from the BD, the audio stream from the DVD, and the subtitle streams from the BD. Load the chapters.txt and copy each chapter into the Blu-ray tab in tsMuxer.
-Output as a BD folder structure
Oh hell no. I go for what's behind door number 2. Use an HTPC and a player that couldn't care less about Cinavia.So as time goes on we will be able to back up less and less of our Blu-rays. Two things can happen... 1) Eventually all Blu-rays will contain Cinavia and our AnyDVD HD will become obsolete or 2) Slysoft will conquer Cinavia and we all live happily ever after.
Guys/Gals - It must be pointed out again and again....*IF YOUR PLAYER DOESN'T SUPPORT IT, IT DOES NOT AFFECT YOU*. It's as simple as that.
MP4 reencoded to stereo AAC audio using handbrake....
Audio outputs temporarily muted.....blah blah blah. So, reencoding is confirmed to NOT work. Really, no surprise here at all. I'm streaming the MP4 over my new gigabit network. And yes, the PS3 "learns"...it detected it faster this time by about 30 seconds. I have another test someone asked me to try and then I'm going to shelve this project for a while. It's a bit tedious. However, just know that if your player detects Cinavia, for now, you are screwed on any backup that you make from an original that contains the watermark.
But marketing wise, you never want to make an AnyDVD customer pay for an add on product to remove more strange copy protections.
Does your retail version of the Blu-ray disk have the Cinavia logo on it?
Or the Cinavia logo anywhere on the package or wrapings?
The rental version did not have any Cinavia logo anywhere.
Not that I can see anywhere.
The Cinavia that is built into the audio from the source Blu-ray disk, can the same audio with Cinavia be put in the back-up disk after the AnyDVD HD rip?
Since the Cinavia player is looking for the Cinavia it will have it, and the back-up copy should play.
In others words can AnyDVD HD rip the disk and keep Cinavia in the audio after the rip?