Sort of. Anydvd only works with friendly drives. Essentially that treats a uhd the same as a regular bluray... more or less. I'm vastly over simplifying here. Makemkv can work with certain real uhd drives as well as uhd friendly drives. LibreDrive uploads firmware code to the drive's memory. One of the things that code does is disable bus encryption. The drive still thinks it supports it but the reality is it forgets to encrypt the contents when someone asks for data. Anyway, this temporary firmware code that gets uploaded stays active in the drive's memory until you eject the disc. By scanning the disc with the info command it enables libredrive mode so that when I use imgburn to create the protected iso the result isn't bus encrypted. Anydvd, with a friendly drive, creates a non bus encrypted protected iso, as well, without libredrive, but for whatever reason it's not working for aacs 2.1 titles.hernanez wrote:That would be great. Thanks.SamuriHL wrote: ↑Sat Dec 07, 2019 10:10 amI'll post the exact command I use later. It's something like makemkvcon64 info # where # is the drive number. This will put the drive in libredrive mode until you eject the disc. Which disables bus encryption, allowing you read the raw protected iso. At that point you only need the title key (and whatever magic is used for aacs 2.1 but it seems to work with a proper protected iso) to decrypt it.
So what you are doing is sort of like what AnyDVD does if I got it right. Using MakeMKV as a background process.
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