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

  1. #991
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    Standard Update on Cinavia based title for Blu-ray

    Updated list of Cinavia protected title for Blu-ray as of 4 Dec 2011.
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    also note that Larry Crowne BD has cinavia as well ....
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    i have questions concerning the bdp-93 by oppo .....

    is this player able to stream mp4 movies encoded using h.264 avc at a variable bitrate with aac-lc multichannel that also has a variable bitrate ?

    typically, how many Mbps are people getting with the wireless connection and this player ? it's a wireless N 2.4GHz, so i think it's possible to connect at upto 300 Mbps, i've been able to connect with wireless N at 5 GHz with speeds above 200 Mbps from my router, but the 2.4 GHz frequency is what this player uses ....
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    just a thought. since the cinavia pops up after 20 mins on a PS3, would it be possible to cut the movie up into 15 minute segments and place them into a folder and turn the "continuous play" feature on in the PS3 settings?

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    Zitat Zitat von zero7404 Beitrag anzeigen
    i have questions concerning the bdp-93 by oppo .....

    is this player able to stream mp4 movies encoded using h.264 avc at a variable bitrate with aac-lc multichannel that also has a variable bitrate ?

    typically, how many Mbps are people getting with the wireless connection and this player ? it's a wireless N 2.4GHz, so i think it's possible to connect at upto 300 Mbps, i've been able to connect with wireless N at 5 GHz with speeds above 200 Mbps from my router, but the 2.4 GHz frequency is what this player uses ....
    You don't have to use the included external USB connected wireless adapter. Just use an external wireless 802.11n 5 Ghz external adapter with the BDP-93. I've used a D-Link DAP-1522 Xtreme N Duo Wireless Bridge on both my Oppo BDP-83 and BDP-93 at one point or another to connect to my 5 Ghz network. Plug it into the ethernet port after configuring things and I'm good to go.
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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.
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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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