I know of two movies not on the list that have Cinavia. Those are Wrath of the Titans and Lockout.
I really hope software can 1) detect it and 2) disable/workaround it in the nearish future.
I watch a mix of Netflix rented Blu-rays as well as store bought ones. I rip everything before I watch it on my HTPC, just so that I don't run into any read errors, which I seem to get more of with Netflix every time. Some discs, I've had to get 3-4 of them before they would read correctly. I play the rips so ads are skipped, etc.
One workaround is that the latest VLC Media Player WILL play these if you mount the ISO or drive, and play the largest (typically) M2TS file in the STREAM folder.
My new 3D Bluray player - Samsung BD-E5900 has the Cinavia Protection on it as well
I just got hit with the firmware update on my Panasonic BDT500 blue ray player. Now I can't watch my back ups. FYI this firmware update version 1.47 will destroy your video watching even if you are the creator of the video as I record my own video AVI format and convert to DVD, this CINAVIA will not tell you it is a copyrighted copy and will not play, also I have now found it out to be same on some Netflix's out of the sleeve an into the player...
need some help here. As Panasonic states "Industry Standard now on all 2012 machines" I guess another way to sell something to fix it. If were here we have Slysoft. so what's coming?
Set your players to manual up dates so you don't get hit
does not allow you a choice on what to up date unless you can go to site on your machine and up date direct from the site
FIRMWARE UPDATE on your machine should have auto or manual PLEASE set to manual so you don't have to deal with CINAVIA as have then you should be able to update others No guarantees good luck
This List has been removed from Wikipedia
All of these wiki references are out of date, and the information has been removed.NOTE:
- For a more frequently updated list of Cinavia disc releases refere here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cinavia...a_Watermarking.
- For a more frequently updated listing of devices supporting/not supporting Cinavia refer here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cinavia.
The only semi-complete effort I have found is sponsored by a competitor, the folks at DVDFab. Check out their blog page at: http://www.anonym.to/?http://blog.dv...rotection.html
I recommend updating the first post in this thread at least to include that link. Even better would be to update at least the movie list. MHO, of course...
Arcsoft Total Media Theatre 5 latest update TODAY has Cinavia in it. This is bad because now all major Blu-ray playback software has Cinavia in it, making ISO backup playback more difficult.
TotalMedia Theatre 188.8.131.52 Release Notes
01. Windows 8 support
02. Cinavia support (more info at http://www.cinavia.com)
01. Fix for NVIDIA systems where 2D Blu-rays launch in 3D mode
02. Fix AMD 7xxx HD audio bitstreaming no sound issue
03. Fix a compatibility issue with recent AMD drivers
04. Fix auto-refresh infinite replay issue on AMD hardware
05. Fix NVidia HD audio bitstreaming no sound issue
06. Fix improper mode switching on some NVidia 3D systems
01. Prometheus blu-ray Bonus Features disc fails to play (BETA hotfix available in seperate thread)
02. YouTube videos fail to play/download
Doesn't bother me in the least. But thanks 'ethanwa' for the info! It was bound to happen. And now I sit back and wait
We discussed this in the other cinavia thread already. Arcsoft made this very difficult to get rid of unlike PDVD.
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