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

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    Default Cinavia

    Quote Originally Posted by Adbear View Post
    No it doesn't remove Cinavia. It stops software players from detecting Cinavia, but it doesn't remove it.
    Friends if you would just take the time to look at all the features of AnyDVD by just left clicking on the fox in the system tray in the right corner of your computer. You have a box to check to remove Cinavia (Prevent Player Software From Detecting Cinavia) Then there is the Speedmenu that removes all the coming attractions from the beginning of a movie. The list goes on, check it out. Jim

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    Not sure who your post is aimed at or what your are trying to imply

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    not just that, but it gives a false impression that the "cinavia" setting in anydvd removes the cinavia signal. It doesn't. It only prevents detection on a software player level
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adbear View Post
    No it doesn't remove Cinavia. It stops software players from detecting Cinavia, but it doesn't remove it.
    What do you mean by "stops software players from detecting cinavia" what software players are you talking about?

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    The ones that exist. Powerdvd, arcsoft totalmedia theatre, windvd, ... those ones. It does work for standalone players attached to a TV.

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    Can anyone confirm if installing the latest firmware on the Panasonic DMP-BD85 will infect it with Cinavia?

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    there's new firmware for it? My player didn't alert me. Strongly doubt it will since that player dates back to 2010 i think. Its well before the cinavia era

    ** edit ** http://panasonic.jp/support/global/c...5_85_euro.html last official firmware is still 1.76 which is installed on mine and i can guarantee you that it does not have cinavia

    (if you check the firmware log you'll see that the first one is 23/02/2010, years before cinavia became mandatory)
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    Thanks a lot Ch3vr0n!

    It was confusing, because the first page implies that firmwares dating later than 10/15/2010 might not be safe. I was also looking to get some region/zone select modified firmware (he charges 30 Euros), and that guy's page says "Cinavia™ free operation" which implies that Cinavia might be active on that player. On the plus side, apparently that guy did figure out how to disable Cinavia on some Panasonic players. But his firmware mods aren't free, and you would have to buy one from him every time there's an upgrade from Panasonic; if you install the Panasonic firmware, it will wipe out his custom one. I believe he charges 10 Euros for an upgrade.
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    That cinavia free thing probably only applies to models that require detection otherwise. It does not matter when the first update was released, what matters is when the player was licensed for be playback. The bd85 was licensed early or mid 2009 i think when it first came out, well before the cinavia era

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    Is there any download link on the new anydvd with cinavia disablement on the player deectuion?

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