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DVD Decrypter

Posted on Tuesday, November 02 2004 @ 21:13:45 CET by LSDsmurf

DVD Decrypter is a free tool which enables you decrypt and copy a DVD to your PC's hard disk. From there you can choose to watch them with the likes of PowerDVD and WinDVD or you can re-encode them to MPEG1 (VCD) or DivX. Advanced functionality can be found in the context menus.

Latest Changes in DVD Decrypter
  • Added: Ability to Import / Export PSL (Protected Sectors List) files (Option is located in the 'File' menu)
  • Added: Dialog box to remind users to load the MDS file instead of the ISO file
  • Changed: Structure Protection code to find more instances of 'suspect' areas on the disc
  • Changed: Some of the Automatic 'Transfer Length' code
  • Changed: Previous workaround for Plextor PX-712A authentication problem caused problems for old drives that hang on a 'Rezero' command (Status bar always displayed 'Almost Ready')
  • Fixed: Access violation errors caused by nasty IFO files on some of the newer discs
  • Fixed: 'Browse' was always visible in the 'File' menu
  • Fixed: Potential issue with getting the disc size from the ISO9660 file system (only used in ISO Read mode on DVD+RW discs)
  • Fixed: 'Cracking CSS' dialog box showed very inaccurate progress information
  • Fixed: CSS cracking was repeating itself on files it shouldn't have been
  • Program Information


    Works on:

    Product page: here

    Download: DVD Decrypter


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