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Giveaway of the day — WinX Blu-ray Decrypter

WinX Blu-ray Decrypter is able to decrypt any Blu-ray video disc!
$39.95 EXPIRED
User rating: 21 (81%) 5 (19%) 36 comments

WinX Blu-ray Decrypter was available as a giveaway on October 1, 2011!

Today Giveaway of the Day
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WinX Blu-ray Decrypter is able to decrypt any Blu-ray video disc, even encrypted with the very recent AACS MKB v25, BD+ and BD-Live, etc., and transform 3D Blu-ray to 2D video. With this program, you can effortlessly protect your beloved Blu-ray disc from scratch or loss.

It comes with two Blu-ray copy methods - Full Disc Backup and Main Title copy modes. You will get decrypted Blu-ray folder or HD M2TS videos on the hard drive. Easily play the decrypted videos with DAPlayer, Win7 Media Player, VLC, MPlayer, MPC-HD and XMBC. Or use Air Playit to stream the M2TS videos to your iPhone iPad without converting them beforehand.

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System Requirements:

Windows 98/ NT/ 2000/ 2003/ XP/ Vista (x32/x64)/ 7 (x32/x64)

Publisher:

Digiarty Software

Homepage:

http://www.winxdvd.com/blu-ray-decrypter/?bluray_decrypter_3.0.0

File Size:

6.40 MB

Price:

$39.95

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#36

Concerning all the various Blu-ray disc protections to decrypt :

If you read the Wikipedia articles about the Blu-ray Technology and the Ripping Process, you'll see that there are many different protections to decrypt / remove or bypass (Region codes, Digital Rights Management systems, Compression codecs, etc.) before being able to rip (grab or extract, and edit) and backup (duplicate or copy, and transfer) any Blu-ray disc. Moreover, there are various kinds of BD and Media Players. So the job of Blu-ray Rippers (Decrypters-Convertors or Cloners) is not really easy and can not be perfect all the time and satisfy the expectations of everyone, whatever a marketer may say.

That's why you may have to try different kinds of Blu-ray Decrypters, all depending of your own needs. For instance, a ripping software may do perfectly its job, but the output may not be readable in your current Blu-ray Disc player or the Media player you have in your computer. So, WinX Blu-ray Decrypter may be the right tool for you or may be not. As you have the chance to get it for free today with GAOTD, grab it now to test it.

Also, be aware that using a ripping software is lawful almost everywhere in the world, at least to have it in many countries, however what you do with your ripper or the utilization you make of the output may be not legal in your country. For information, here are some personal non-legally binding guidelines to stay safe.

Making a copy of a non-protected media that you have personally the rights to own, storing such backup copy on your computer (or on a storage device) and using it solely for your own personal noncommercial use (aka fair use, e.g. to put it onto your iPod) may be considered lawful (i.e. fully legal or allowed under certain circumstances or not specifically forbidden) in your country.

But, all depending of your country laws, it's not always legal to make a private copy of an encrypted copyrighted material for yourself, even if you have legally purchased it, without the express copyright owner's consent (or implied consent in some cases) and without some kind of compensation (paid out to all the copyright holders or taking the form of a levy excised on all the machines and blank materials sold in some States).

At last, it is illegal world-wide to use ripping software for non-fair use purposes, to make copies for other people, even free of charge for your friend or family, and even more to distribute them to others for some kind of profit (i.e. to receive a payment or to earn some money for a certain number of downloads from File Sharing sites), except if the material is either in the public domain or is specifically authorized by one the various Creative Commons licenses or if you have created a noncommercial short clip from popular movies.

Reply   |   Comment by Pizza Hub  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#35

Installed and runs fine om my Win 7 Pro 64bit laptop.

Ripped a recent BD with no problems, not tried others but I like the clean & simple interface. It's always nice to be able to keep a digital backup in case of disk damage.

Reply   |   Comment by Barney Rubble  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)
#34

#4 – Dear WTF, thanks a lot for your kind recommendation. I hope you are satisfied with the Digiarty’s product and enjoying it. If you have and questions or suggestions then please do not hesitate to ask. Thankyou!
#5 – Dear MAN, its true that the Blu-ray disc hasn’t gained popularity yet everywhere or at all the regions of the world. But believe me, it is tomorrow’s dominating optical media storage device. So you can still grab this software (freebie), maybe you will find tomorrow a Blu-ray disc containing your favourite movie in your local market and a Blu-ray Player in your home near your TV or PC. Well if own a PC then you can easily play Blu-ray discs using DA Player. It’s a nice Blu-ray as well as other media player.
#6 – Thanks a lot Karl K for helping them out. If you have any questions then do not hesitate to ask.
#7 – Dear DHARMANG PATEL, thanks a lot for your valuable advice and suggestions. I think you have got your answer in comment no. #18 by Mike. The development team from Digiarty Software will surely pay attention to it and may consider improving their product in future versions if possible and what you say if really an issue. Thanks a lot once again! :)

#8 – Thanks DaveK for revealing the misunderstanding that was occurring with Balaoito. :)
#9 – Dear Zeke, All registered users are entitled to free upgrade and update this Blu-ray decrypter to the latest version in time without any limit. The lifetime free upgrade helps users backup any new Blu-ray discs (which are even protected by the latest protection methods) to their computers.
#10 – Dear Kane, I think you have already been answered by many of the commentators below your comment that the version being given out is 3.0.0. It’s the latest version of WinX Blu-ray Decrypter from Digiarty Software. Regarding the updates and upgrades, updates to the program is free and updating the program does not usually change its version. And when you upgrade, the version of the program changes from an older version (that you use) to the latest version of the product available on the product’s homepage. All registered users are entitled to free upgrade and update this Blu-ray decrypter to the latest version in time without any limit. The lifetime free upgrade helps users backup any new Blu-ray discs to their computers. Example of version change – WinX Blu-ray Decrypter v3.0.0 changes to WinX Blu-ray Decrypter v3.5.0 (example only). This is called a change in version from v3.0 to v3.5 that is referred to as Upgrade.
#11 – Again Balaoito, you can do anything as you wish. Its good if you are thinking of buying it. Its completely up to you. But in my opinion, I will suggest you to test once this giveaway edition until you buy the program. It’s a good opportunity! So that when you buy it, you’ll come to know whether there was anything missing or not working in the giveaway edition which was rather working in the original edition of the product. Has any further question? Don’t hesitate to ask! Digiarty Software always welcomes your questions, suggestions, compliments, criticisms or any other complaints. Because it’s you who helps improving the product and the services.
#12 – Dear Micke, thanks a lot for your helping comment. Spread your knowledge about the software so that others will be helped. Hope you enjoy using the product and take its maximum advantage and let the developers know in case you face any problem. Thanks once again! :)
#13 – Dear steveju, it does decrypt most recent types of BD encryption methods and if it is unable or so, then you are free to contact Digiarty Support Team. They will surely pay attention to your problem. And yes, the the produced “rip” is not the garbage data. It’s the ripped BD Movie in HD M2TS format. :D
#14 – Dear Snord Cranston, you are right because if you already have a version of the product installed in your computer then it will not ask again for the license key. It automatically upgrades to the newer version.
#15 – Dear Suranappar_AJ4E, thanks a lot for your help. Well its not good to remove the license key from the registered software and add a new one until you have a license key which provides something more than that of the license key which is already present. Better to keep the extra license safe somewhere and can be used in case of when the already registered license key is not working anymore.

Reply   |   Comment by Pradeep Singha  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#33

i would like to see a bluray copier, that will have one one function none of the others have a .mkvto bluray i have many 10-to-15 gigs tru 108i in .mkv i would like to easily convert these than using ts muxer and then go back and burn with the program i stared with
darin richardson

Reply   |   Comment by darin richardson  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3)
#32

After messing around a bit with this, I must say, the ripping process is REALLY slow for some reason. Only 4-12Mb/s. Other programs do a faster job at this. I also really dislike the fact that NO ERROR MESSAGE is given when the resulting rip is bad. Actually, I'd like a lot more verbosity on this thing, like a log window (think ImgBurn) so I can see what the program is doing... or trying to do.

Whatever, let's try ripping some Blu-Rays:

Star Wars - The Complete Saga (DRM: AACS MKB v19/v20 BD+) - Failure
Alien Anthology (DRM: AACS MKB v19 BD+) - Success
How To Train Your Dragon (DRM: AACS MKB v18) - Success
2012 (DRM: AACS MKB v16) - Success
Planet of The Apes - 40-Year Evolution (DRM: AACS MKB v10 BD+) - Success
Escape From New York (DRM: AACS MKB v7) - Success
Die Hard 4.0 (DRM: AACS MKB v4 BD+) - Success

I have more, but I think this is clear. AACS MKB v19/v20 BD+ and newer on new discs is a no-no for decrypting/ripping (some v19 may work). Same thing with all rippers, new titles are usually not supported. Only difference is, you get an error message with the other rippers when they can't decode the protection.

Reply   |   Comment by steveju  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)
#31

Concerning WinX Blu-ray Decrypter :

WinX Blu-ray Decrypter (version 3.0.0 offered today by GAOTD) is a user-friendly application to quickly remove or bypass any kind of encryption, region code or other protection, and to easily backup Blu-ray Video Disc to your computer (hard drive or external USB drive). But it works only with Disc not DVD.

What I like is that you just need some clicks and choose a few options to decrypt and clone a BD. The output quality is nearly as good as that of your original Blu-ray movie, at least I don't see the difference. The copying process is super fast as it takes only about 30 minutes to backup a whole Blu-ray disc.

Concerning Free Rippers & Ripping Methods for Blu-ray :

Handbrake is indeed a good free software if you just want to backup a non-protected DVD or Blu-ray Disc. It's a video transcoder available for MacOS X, Linux and Windows. However, if you want to learn a method using two free programs (Handbrake and DVDFab HD Decrypter), see this hassle free guide to ripping your Blu-ray collection.

All depending of your needs, you may try Aleesoft Free Blu-ray Ripper (if you don't mind to have watermark on output) and Aimersoft Blu Ray Ripper (Free version 2.3.0) downloadable at www.tucows.com/preview/753300. To create an ISO image and thereafter burn, see BurnAware Free version.

You can also play the Blu-ray disc first on your computer (with PowerDVD Ultra or other media players), then while playing you can record and save the Blu-ray movie with various key formats. For instance, you may try Avgo Media Recorder downloadable on www.bluraydiscripper.com. It's a good free recording software to backup your DVD/Video Files/Blu-ray Disc movies.

To decrypt and copy on your hard disk, one the best freeware, but a bit slow, is Blu-ray Disc Ripper downloadable on Softpedia.com (for XP and Vista), and see SuperGoof Forum at http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=129663

There many other Blu-ray ripping software (the freeware above and a lot of shareware) with more or less user-friendly interface. But, in fact, as said on http://bluraydiscripper.com/, there are 2 means for ripping a Blu-ray disc (or video DVD) :

- the first one is just cloning, i.e. duplicating a 1:1 copy for backup purpose, while maybe removing the protections (some software can decrypt more than others), in other words a Cloner is a software able to reproduce as it all the data of a disc and transfer them on another disc,

- the second is converting your Blu-ray disc to other media formats (AVI, DVD, MP4, MPEG, FLV, WMV, RM, MKV, MOV, 3G2, VOB, iPod, PSP, etc.) and for different devices (apart video, some can also extract just audio files), for explanations about Ripper see www.tech-faq.com/dvd-ripper.html and for more details see Wikipedia article on Ripping, the main advantage being that this mean can compress the files (so reduce the size) while preserving the original file structure,

- and so actually there are all-in-one software that can Backup / Clone / Decrypt (Remove some or all protections) / Copy-Convert-Transfer / Burn any Blu-ray disc.

Reply   |   Comment by Pizza Hub  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)
#30

Concerning Digiarty Software Group :

To Bolaoito comment #1

First, to be frank, I have to say that I became eventually a big fan of this software publisher www.facebook.com/WinXDVD that I incidentally discovered when a friend told me about their iPhone / iPad apps to incite me to become a Mac mobile lover (but still and yet I prefer Windows).

Digiarty Software Group (www.winxdvd.com for Windows users and www.macxdvd.com for Mac lovers) is a good company although young (founded in 2006) from Chengdu, Sichuan, China.

Here 5 reasons I like them.

I have now several software from them (DVD Ripper Platinum, HD Video Converter Deluxe, DVD Copy Pro and DVD Author), and all work very well and without any problem on my 32 bit Windows Vista Home Laptop (and before on my XP Computer).

They not only provide high quality & user-friendly products, but also good Support Service by email (they answer very quickly and solve the issue), even if your are an Unregistered user (see www.winxdvd.com/support.htm).

Moreover, their User Guides are easy to unterstand, for example such as how-to-use-winx-blu-ray-decrypter.htm. And for more information on a topic, you can always check out their How-to Articles, for instance http://www.winxdvd.com/blu-ray-decrypter/#Title4

They also offer many interesting Articles on their blog (or see their sitemap), for example such as these simple but useful tips to get more YouTube viewers and subscribers. This prove they care about their customers, at least much more than other companies.

Reply   |   Comment by Pizza Hub  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#29

#20: "I dont have any blue ray disks and dont intend to ever get any. The technology came too late and is now redundant. Downloading is the furure, not fragile expensive disks."

Yes & No -- it's a matter of opinions, debate etc. depending on your likes/dislikes, with neither alternative being anywhere close to perfect. When it comes to on-line video [streaming or downloads] many people like to own what they buy -- look at what's happened re: MP3s & DRM -- and with a lot of (most?) on-line video you may pay but you don't own anything. And there are currently quality issues since the pipes are just not big enough to carry all these full HD video streams. Blu-Ray OTOH usually has heavy DRM, may be full of ads you're forced to watch, may not have the quality they're capable of, & are more expensive than watching the same movie via Netflix streaming. As far as physical discs being fragile or not, unless you want to play Frisbee with them or use them to line your driveway IMHO that's kind of irrelevant to your argument. :-)

* * *

#25" "... what is the use of having a mpls file without the ability to choose which audio track is present in it? "

What you're after is the .m2ts file(s) -- the BDMV\ PLAYLIST\ *.mpls files are just what the folder they're in suggests. That said, DVDFab will let you choose the audio & subtitle tracks to copy, but it's not on GOTD, so that capability will set you back a bit of $ -- it also costs more than the regular price for WinX Blu-Ray Decrypter when it's not on GOTD. OTOH being able to select those tracks before the video's copied to your hard drive isn't essential -- many (most) conversion apps/methods de-mux [split up] the .m2ts file(s) into the separate tracks inside, & then picking & choosing which audio & optionally subs to use is trivial. Or if the movie files are small enough to fit on a 25 GB blank, & you just want to back up the movie on your Blu-Ray disc to protect your investment [e.g. in case the disc gets scratched/damaged], multiAVCHD [videohelp.com] will put everything into the proper layout for burning, & it will let you eliminate [not include] unwanted audio & subtitle tracks as well.

Long story short, WinX Blu-Ray Decrypter should do what you need it to.

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#27: "... I wouldn’t bother trying to put ripped BR on blank disks. It isn’t worth it. BUT, this software can rip your movie disks to several formats, **including one that plays and acts exactly like the original, with all features and menus intact**, but it’s on your hard disk or network drive. That would be my choice, rather than converting it to anything else, because I can always make another copy in whatever format I wish, from that movie’s directory..."

FWIW... Not disagreeing about converting, but don't want to make light of the process either. You can convert to whatever formats using the usual convertors, but converting Blu-Ray video can be one of the more difficult projects you'll encounter. DTS HD audio is a bit difficult to convert *properly* without a lot of quality loss to other 5.1 formats [e.g. AC3] or stereo, particularly regarding the original dynamics. And a lot of apps have problems with the AVC commonly used, & VC1 can really be a challenge -- they'll appear to work but you can have portions with all sorts of corruption &/or artifacts, & the length will often be off, making for big problems if you don't convert the audio at the same time -- for multi-track audio you often can't convert at the same time. BTW, the LAVFilters [videohelp.com] can often help with reading Blu-Ray video.

As far as just saving on a hdd goes [rather than burning to disc], you may or may not be able to play the video file(s), depending on what you've got installed, version of Windows etc., but you'll find the complete disc contents [menus etc.] won't usually play unless you put them in an ISO & mount it, & even then it can be a bit iffy. While there is the initial investment of a BD burner [I've seen them as low as ~$75], burning to a BD blank OTOH frees up that ~25 GB or more per disc on a hard drive, will play with most any Blu-Ray player software, will play in stand-alone Blu-Ray players, & blanks are now <$1 each.

Finally the WinX Blu-Ray Decrypter copies the disc contents to a HDD -- it doesn't convert anything. It will not save the video in any other formats. Sorry.

Reply   |   Comment by mike  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)
#28

Pray tell what is this Blue Rhay I keep hearing about?

Reply   |   Comment by BaptistJohn  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-11)
#27

For those who asked, the version number that shows up when I installed this is 3.0.0.

I believe that if you have a valid key already for this title (regardless of version), it will use your existing valid key and not ask for a new one.

If not, use the key inside the README file that is part of the program's zip file. That key will activate this to a full licensed version and (if past history follows) also be good for any and all upgrades issued of this title in the future.

It's not uncommon for this kind of software to be upgraded as new encryption schemes come along. Digiarty's policy has always been to give free lifetime upgrades on this particular product, for that reason.

Anyone who has, or is planning to buy a BR drive should grab this while it's available free. It sometimes goes on sale as part of a package, but I've never seen it for free before. It's well worth the $39 bucks too, for what this can do.

I wouldn't bother trying to put ripped BR on blank disks. It isn't worth it. BUT, this software can rip your movie disks to several formats, **including one that plays and acts exactly like the original, with all features and menus intact**, but it's on your hard disk or network drive. That would be my choice, rather than converting it to anything else, because I can always make another copy in whatever format I wish, from that movie's directory. Everything is there like the original, except it is de-fanged.

As for the whiners, I guess some people need to complain about everything they get for free, so they can tell themselves they sound smarter than they are.

Someone actually complained that this fantastic deal was running for 3 days, instead of one?? Um, try reading. You still will get a new freebie tomorrow and the next day. But, this one is going to be available as a bonus deal. What is there to whine about in that?

Digiarty, btw, are nice people too. I have even talked to them on Skype and they are not only very responsive, but how many companies making worthwhile commercial software regularly give us free 'bites'?

You may like something else, but I like this line of stuff and you can't beat the price of FREE anywhere. Seriously, though, I'd pay for it and I don't often say that, with all the great freeware out there.

Whiners, go whine on the Pampers forum. More your speed.

Reply   |   Comment by Mark  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)
#26

To all that inquired about if this works on dvd's the answer is no it doesn't, I was wondering the same and waited for an answer that never came so I just downloaded and tried for myself when I put dvd in the drive it just said that it is incompatible with dvd's.... other then that the program installed with no issues have yet to try a Blu-ray so cant help there I'll try a Blu-ray later....

Reply   |   Comment by Greg  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+8)
#25

I jumped at the sight of it and installed the program. WOW! what a waste. It is minimal in its features and what is the use of having a mpls file without the ability to choose which audio track is present in it?

I am happy with my MakeMKV. Nothing else needed.

Reply   |   Comment by iwanna  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3)
#24

@ 20: "Downloading is the future, not fragile expensive disks"

I think you will be in for a surprise if you think that the internet service providers will continue to support large downloads indefinitely. You can already see changes in mobile space where unlimited data plans are either being discontinued or throttled.

Reply   |   Comment by SP  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)
#23

Why is the active giveaway time 2 days? Isn't this site called giveawayoftheDAY? a mistake?

Reply   |   Comment by Austin  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-16)
#22

One question. Will this work wirh DVD's also / or just BR ?

Reply   |   Comment by steve  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+14)
#21

software installs fine on my windows 7 home premium x64.

since i have no blu-ray player (yet), i think i will hold on to this GAOTD program offering of winx.

Reply   |   Comment by malachz  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-8)
#20

I dont have any blue ray disks and dont intend to ever get any. The technology came too late and is now redundant.
Downloading is the furure, not fragile expensive disks.

Reply   |   Comment by gerald  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-30)
#19

Do not have Blu-Ray burner or player or HD TV.
So this is not for me.
Blu-Ray blanks are expensive, it may take time before Blu-Ray becomes as widely used as DVD.

Reply   |   Comment by ric  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-28)
#18

#7: "This software must have facility to choose custom titles, language, subtitles, video angles & other special features to copy, so unnecessary files can’t destroy our valuable space on hard disk."

You can choose which titles, but you need to take care of the rest, & that can mean you use extra disk space -- about 10 GB compared to DVDFab (which also skipped the HD audio) with the single Blu-Ray test I ran. OTOH I think probably most people most of the time will do more processing on a title they copied to their HDD, if only putting it into a Blu-Ray layout so their player will play it... during that process you can normally skip any audio &/or subtitle tracks you don't need or want. RE: Extras: With DVD or Blu-Ray you can copy individual video files & play them that way, or you can use whatever video files, creating your own DVD or Blu-Ray menus in DVD/Blu-Ray authoring software. Editing existing menus is iffy [when it's possible]. When you have things like angles or branching titles [e.g. giving you alternate versions of a title], with either DVDs or Blu-Ray you're normally best off to simply choose the version of the title you want & go with that, or clone the original disc when possible.

Reply   |   Comment by mike  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+10)
#17

Dear experts,
I feel a little confused about this software and opinions so far provided, and would appreciate if anybody would be kind enough to say:
1. whether the software decrypts BlueRay discs, if so, what limitations (if any) are applied?
2. whether the software also works similar with DVD5 discs?
3. whether you tested conversion of a BlueRay disc to DVD and how it worked?
Best regards
Marek

Reply   |   Comment by Marek Rawicz  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-7)
#16

WinX Blu-Ray Decrypter works, though I can't of course say it'll work with every Blu-Ray disc now or in the future -- the DRM on retail Blu-Ray discs is always changing. Today's GOTD is a small, almost portable app that adds an uninstall key to the registry, a "Digiarty" folder under User App/Application Data, & a "Digiarty" program folder with 13 files, 1 folder, ~14 MB. WinX Blu-Ray Decrypter has 2 modes, copying either a single movie or a complete disc to your hard drive -- in the movie mode you can select from any video found on the disc, with the video that the app thinks is the main title already selected... there's also a checkbox to hide all other titles in the list. When you copy a title video you get a .m2ts file as it appears on the Blu-Ray disc -- when you copy a complete disc you get an extra WinX folder, plus the standard, required CERTIFICATE & BDMV folders. Testing WinX Blu-Ray Decrypter, I tried playing the full disc copy in Roxio's Cineplayer as well as Cyberlink's PowerDVD [after creating an ISO & mounting it in Daemon Tools] after copying a complete disc -- the menu played, but the Java-based buttons for Play, Setup etc. didn't appear... I assumed Play would be already selected as the default, & pressing/clicking the player's enter button the movie did play. [As the disc was ~39 GB I couldn't try burning it to the 25 GB discs I have on-hand.]

While there are more alternatives than a year ago, DVDFab & SlySoft are the big names for Blu-Ray decrypting software, but neither is cheap, so WinX Blu-Ray Decrypter is well worth holding onto if you have [or plan on getting] a Blu-Ray drive -- as new types/versions of DRM come out not every hardware or software player will play every disc, just by trying you may well trigger the player to request an update, & those updates Are Not risk free. [I suggest doing a bit of research (Google/Bing) before allowing any player update to see how others have fared -- in the past updates have broken stuff -- & please remember that with hardware firmware updates there's always a risk of bricking the player.] Decrypting a disc you own lets you get around that, &/or lets you store the movies on a hard drive or other storage device you can use with a hardware media player or HTPC. That said, the files on many Blu-Ray discs are too large to fit on a single layer Blu-Ray disc as-is, so you might have to re-encode the movie if you want to burn a backup copy -- that can be a time-consuming process, & you'll lose original Java-based menus as well as any extras... just something to note if you're trying to decide whether you want to buy a Blu-Ray burner. :-)

Reply   |   Comment by mike  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+32)
#15

A quick answer.

@14 Snord Cranston

That can be, take a look in the about. It will show your reg code if it is registred. But since it do not nag you, I assume it is registred.

You should be able to click a Remove link next to it. that will unregister the software and will nag you again at next run. You can then type todays serial in if you like.

Reply   |   Comment by Suranappar_AJ4E  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-4)
#14

@3 GE
@12 Micke

I read the README and I installed the software. It didn't ask me for the key either. One thing to note is that I had a previous version of the software installed. This may be the reason that this newer version doesn't ask for the key.

Reply   |   Comment by Snord Cranston  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#13

Installs fine on Windows 7 x64. Doesn't seem to actually decrypt video files from Blu-Ray movie discs, at least if it can't decode the copy protection. Also doesn't display error messages for that scenario either, just goes on and "decrypts" the movie. As a result, the produced "rip" is just garbage data.

Reply   |   Comment by steveju  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+18)
#12

Some quick answers to a few questions.


@2 Mohmed
@10 Kane Reed

This version is 3.0.0, atleast it says so at install.

@3 GE

Ummm read the instructions in the readme.txt.
There is no name, just a serial, the software asks for the serial at first launch. GE, did you even install the software? It will nag you for the registration code over and over at every launch till you put it in.

Reply   |   Comment by Micke  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+21)
#11

@Davek and Karl k , you are right about Handbrake but im right to when i say " the Digiarty software ” Givewayoftheday ” because they put a lot limitacions in programs and a lot of times dont work 100% , i belive the program it“s good if you pay for it . " anyawy i dont need this and i dont belive it`s work 100% .

Reply   |   Comment by Bolaoito  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-75)
#10

Anybody from Digiarty Software that can answer the question regarding the version number of this product?? or explain how you do differenciate the updates in your software.
THANKS!

Reply   |   Comment by Kane Reed  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)
#9

Any chance this will decode the latest DVD schemes? I have had a problem with newer disks. The software I have will not "see" both layers of the disk (at least that's what I think is going on) so that I can't copy to another DVD.

Comparing Season One with Season Two of a show I was getting disk by disk through the mail.

Reply   |   Comment by Zeke  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-16)
#8

@ Bolaoito (#1) - From the Handbrake site

" Supported Sources:

* Most common multimedia files that libavformat and libavcodec support.
* Any DVD or Bluray-like source which is NOT copy-protected. (removal of copy protection is not supported)"

It appears that your opinion is wrong :-)

Reply   |   Comment by DaveK  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+41)
#7

This software must have facility to choose custom titles, language, subtitles, video angles & other special features to copy, so unnecessary files can't destroy our valuable space on hard disk..

Reply   |   Comment by DHARMANG PATEL  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-33)
#6

@Bolaoito:
First of all, the program you referenced is "Handbrake", not "Hanbrake". More importantly, "Handbrake" does NOT provide decryption of protected BlueRay DVDs! It ("Handbrake") does NOT work better or even do the same things.

Reply   |   Comment by Karl K  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+71)
#5

I wonder how many has Blue-ray Disc Player near their TV or at their PC. I think Ripper and Converter and similar things have come to its peak . Here at GOTD.

Reply   |   Comment by MAN  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-66)
#4

Excellent application.

Highly recommended.

I successfully removed the AACS MKB v25 encryption while backing up my media.

2 thumbs up!

Reply   |   Comment by WTF  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+27)
#3

WHERE in the can register the software using the registration name and activation key provided. There is NOT any registration name provided. Is the program automatically activated without me having to enter the activation key? I can not find any About menu or Help menu in the program.

Reply   |   Comment by GE  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-61)
#2

anyone who has installed this can you tell me what version this is?

GAOTD Team - could you please include version numbers in posting,

thanks

Reply   |   Comment by Mohmed  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+54)
#1

i dont like the Digiarty software " Givewayoftheday " because they put a lot limitacions in programs and a lot of times dont work 100% , i belive the program it``s good if you pay for it . . So in my opinion Hanbrake do the same ant it`s freeware and it`s work perfectelly , so it`s not for mi this time , thanks anyway .

Reply   |   Comment by Bolaoito  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-131)
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