ripping uhd 4k the martian

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DavidHOO
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Re: ripping uhd 4k the martian

Post by DavidHOO » Thu Jul 14, 2016 10:06 am

The Blu-ray is harder and harder to rip. The new released Blu-ray like 4K Blu-ray usually has more complex protection scheme like new mechanism MKB61. For all I know, MakeMKV supports Blu-ray AACS, BD+ up to v60. Only a cheap Chinese software from Pavtube has upgraded to support MKB61. You can search Blu-ray MKB61 supported Blu-ray Ripper on Google. It seems to be called ByteCopy. Maybe you can try it.

IanBauters
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Re: ripping uhd 4k the martian

Post by IanBauters » Sat Nov 12, 2016 3:14 pm

I wonder if you dismantled the Xbox One S and used the DG-6M5S that's inside there to connect it to your Mac or PC if you would be able to at least read the 4K Blu-ray?

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Re: ripping uhd 4k the martian

Post by Woodstock » Sat Nov 12, 2016 4:56 pm

You don't have to dismantle anything to get a 4K capable drive, because they're sold at retail. But they're kind of useless until someone breaks the new version of AACS that is used.

Personally, I'm not all that bothered by it, since I refuse to sit close enough to a monitor to be able to tell the difference between 1080p and 2160p. Lots of articles on that... like this one from 3 years ago: http://referencehometheater.com/2013/co ... alculator/
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Fearless Leader
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Re: ripping uhd 4k the martian

Post by Fearless Leader » Wed Nov 23, 2016 2:16 am

Considering that it seems to be hit-or-miss with BDXL drives on the market, the drive in xbox one s likely does have the firmware to read the disc, and since it is xbox, there likely is a windows driver for it.

The trick is acquiring a certificate that can get the drive to read the keys.

Might be able to if you could get to the xbone S's player and reverse engineer it. Good luck with that though. :(

gereral1
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Re: ripping uhd 4k the martian

Post by gereral1 » Thu Nov 24, 2016 10:41 pm

Cost way to much to capture 4k. I'm guessing 3 grand for the hardware. Hdr is not possible until 4k drm is broken. You will get 4k at bluary color space.

I'm guessing this is how Martin was cracked.

Hdmi 2.0 to 1.4 down convert box. 1.4 splitter to remove hdcp. 4k Hdmi capture card to capture 2 channel stereo and 4k video. Extract digital track off the blurry mux into a container and there you go. They most likely fed 4k Netflix into these boxes and back to a capture card.

To expensive for me and also illegal. No touchy for me.....

DJViking
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Re: ripping uhd 4k the martian

Post by DJViking » Fri Jan 27, 2017 6:48 pm

How is the status of UHD BD support in MakeMKV?
I have seen some UHD Bluray movies been ripped. They started popping up online 4-5 months ago on torrents. Before that the only UHD was Webrip.

So someone must have been able to rip these movies. Though the movie of this topic "Martian" I have not seen ripped.

Krobar
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Re: ripping uhd 4k the martian

Post by Krobar » Sun Jan 29, 2017 10:43 am

I think the rips so far were from HD SDI recording devices so not proper rips. PowerDVD and Pioneer have finally announced a PC software solution so the chances of proper rips is becoming much more likely in future.

DJViking
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Re: ripping uhd 4k the martian

Post by DJViking » Sun Jan 29, 2017 7:19 pm

Krobar wrote:I think the rips so far were from HD SDI recording devices so not proper rips. PowerDVD and Pioneer have finally announced a PC software solution so the chances of proper rips is becoming much more likely in future.
Sadly such software will not be available on Linux. The only hope we have are MakeMKV or Handbrake.

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Re: ripping uhd 4k the martian

Post by ChillyHellion » Wed Jun 14, 2017 11:34 pm

DJViking wrote:
Krobar wrote:I think the rips so far were from HD SDI recording devices so not proper rips. PowerDVD and Pioneer have finally announced a PC software solution so the chances of proper rips is becoming much more likely in future.
Sadly such software will not be available on Linux. The only hope we have are MakeMKV or Handbrake.
Amen to that, I'm holding out for MakeMKV support as well.

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