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Old 7th June 2005, 01:47   #1
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“DVD Decrypter is a free tool that allows you to decrypt and copy DVDs to your PC's hard disk,” he said on his site, once upon a time.

A “certain company" has “decided they don"t like what I’m doing (circumventing their protection) and have come at me like a pack of wolves,” says Lightning UK in a post on cdfreaks, going on:

“I’ve no choice but to cease everything to do with DVD Decrypter.I realise this is going to be one of those "that sucks - fight them!" kinda things, but at the end of the day, it"s my life and I"m not about to throw it all away (before it has even really started) attempting to fight a battle I can"t possibly win.”

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Old 7th June 2005, 07:17   #2
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****!

I use that tool every other day. not to make DVDs of my own. I couldn't care less. But I rent something from the video store, don't get around to watch, so I save it until I do have some time and then delete the file.

Those greedy :excellent bastards!
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one down, another one up
http://www.afterdawn.com/software/vi...ols/ratdvd.cfm
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Old 7th June 2005, 22:39   #4
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no decrypting
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AnyDVD is a driver, which descrambles DVD-Movies automatically in the background. This DVD appears unprotected and region code free for all applications and the Windows operating system as well. With AnyDVD's help, backup tools like CloneDVD, Pinnacl

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DVDdecrypter was a 'final' program, as long as they don't come up with new security techniques dvddecryper will do its magic.
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It may well be installed on the next upcoming hit movie
But, I just found out recently that certain countries will not allow such a protection, rather they protect the consumers' right to have a second copy for their own use since they have purchased the product.
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Old 8th June 2005, 06:58   #8
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ratDVD ain't no good, as lazyman said, it does decrypt the movie for watching.

Jmke: i can not be bothered with AnyDVD, besides I don't want to copy any film I just want to see it when I want.

Lazyman: do you happen to know which countries?
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au contraire mon ami, AnyDVD works very good here; I bought DVD's from Amazon USA, these are Region 1, with AnyDVD I can play them on my PC
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Old 8th June 2005, 13:04   #10
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But I only want to store what I rent from the videoclub in case I have to return it before I see it!

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