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Thema: Cinavia Protected Disks and Blu-ray Players (disks and players ONLY)

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    Confirming cinavia on the following discs:

    Zookeeper DVD: R2 & 5
    Bad Teacher Blu-ray: Rfree (my copy is Region B)
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    Panasonic DMP-BDT110 firmware version 1.68 or older is free of Cinavia.

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    I see that "The Roommate" and "Dylan Dog: Dead of Night" are Cinavia protected titles. At least according to Wiki. And according to Blu-rayDOTcom, they're both 25Gb(single layer) discs. I would like to create an image of either while keeping the protection intact. Will this fool blu-ray players? I read once upon a time, that making exact images(protection intact) of 50gb discs, will work. But who wants to burn 8 - $10USD backup discs?!
    Is this attempt futile? I'm sorry if this has been discussed. There's quite a few pages here now LOL! :S
    Dylan Dog's Blu cover however, does not have the cinavia logo. I'll be getting it anyway. I haven't seen Brandon Routh in anything but Superman Returns

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    I really wish people would understand what "keeping protection in tact" actually MEANS. You can NOT just burn a disc that hasn't had the protection removed and expect it to magically work. That's why it's called protection in the first place...it prevents you from doing exactly that. Now, what YOU'RE talking about is probably the DVDFab "solution" of adding AACS onto the disc by burning a BDMV-REC disc. This (currently) fools Cinavia, yes. But even that has had the protection removed before the backup is written and AACS is added back to it. I hope that helps clear up the confusion.

    For the record so that people understand what the "Keep protection" checkbox in the AnyDVD ripper is all about...it's about making ISO images that haven't been touched. These are *USELESS* without AnyDVD running to deprotect the mounted image in realtime. Doing that, removes the AACS and would again fail the Cinavia check. So the Keep protection checkbox does absolutely NOTHING to help you with Cinavia. Again, I hope this also helps clear up some confusion and misconceptions about what works and doesn't.
    Perhaps you should read The Rules?

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    Sorry to upset you. I had a feeling I missed something. I believe I understand a bit better now. Thanks

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    I'm not upset. I just have seen too many people led astray believing they can burn protected discs. But they are in fact protected...wouldn't be a very useful protection if you could just burn it right? I don't want people burning expensive discs and wasting time and money that's all.

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    Standard sony s580 has no cinavia current firmware

    sony s580 has no cinavia current firmware

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    Zitat Zitat von jetli Beitrag anzeigen
    sony s580 has no cinavia current firmware
    Thanks. I am looking to pick up the Sony S780. That model will most likely will not have cinavia as well.

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    Zitat Zitat von Roycal Beitrag anzeigen
    Sorry to burst your bubble, but if you have researched anything about Cinavia, Sony would be the last player you would buy to expect it not to be eventually infected.

    Good luck with those Sony players. The previous 2 comments that support Sony sound like spam to me.
    Why? Just because it is a Sony ? I have a Sony S570 and it is not infected with cinavia and it's picture quality and speed in second to none. It is the best player I have ever owned. I sold my Oppo BDP-83 after purchasing the S570 because I could not justify the cost of the Oppo for Blu-ray playback on my 115" Cinemascope screen. I also have a PS3 and I don't use it that much expect to stream Vudu and Netfilx, again because there is other player that I know of that has the picture quality of the PS3 when it comes to streaming. My backup player, Panasonic DMP-BDT110 comes in second in this regard. When they make cinavia mandatory, any player you buy will have it. So if update is required to watch a certain title that contains cinavia, the already infected PS3 will be used. For the rest, my cinavia free Sony S570, Sony S1000ES, Pioneer BDP320 (X2), Samsung 2500 and Panasonic DMP-BDT110 will be used. As you can see I am a blu-ray junkie but I am NOT a spammer as you alluded to and I have been a member here longer that you. FYI, I hate Sony and the crappy moves they throw at us but that doesn't stop me from buying their product that fits my needs and if it is superior product and can be had for cheap. In general though, Sony is not the first brand I look at. But I will take a $90 Sony S570 over the $500 Oppo any day. But that is just me. As they say, to each his own.
    Geändert von dvdit (24th December 2011 um 15:54 Uhr)

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    Zitat Zitat von Roycal Beitrag anzeigen
    You have a 115" screen?
    There was a time when I liked Sony before they pioneered the Cinavia virus
    I have a dual screen setup in my theater, 115" screen in 2.40 format and another 106" screen HDTV format (16:9) and I use these with a Panasonic AE4000U projector. No anamorphic lens required to enjoy both formats. I don't believe Sony pioneered cinavia. It was a separate independent company. Of course, evil Sony decided to include that as mandatory on BRA as usual. What is new with Sony ?
    Geändert von dvdit (24th December 2011 um 18:21 Uhr)

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