Exporting physical blurays

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thetoad
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Exporting physical blurays

Post by thetoad » Tue Apr 21, 2020 10:17 am

built a fuse file system (in go) that enables one to take their physical buray in their drive and mount decrypted m2ts files (1 per playlist).

this can then be further exported via samba (tested by playing on kodi on my android tv)

https://github.com/sjpotter/bluray-http ... tree/bd-fs (i.e. branch bd-fs)

git cone https://github.com/sjpotter/bluray-http-server
git checkout bd-fs
go build ./cmd/bd-fs

LD_PRELOAD=/usr/lib/libmmbd.so.0 bd-fs <device> <mount point>

Lost Dog
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Re: Exporting physical blurays

Post by Lost Dog » Wed Apr 22, 2020 4:45 pm

Interesting... I may play around with this a bit.

Question however, what happens in the case of a bluray like done by Lion's Gate where they use the protection that generates 100's of fake playlists? Does your system suddenly get overloaded by many fake mount points?

Thanks!

thetoad
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Re: Exporting physical blurays

Post by thetoad » Thu Apr 23, 2020 5:28 am

its one mount point per bluray (physical or image). you would see a lot of m2ts files, but if you knew the right playlist was X, you would just play X.m2ts

yea relaized my initial post was unclear.

this "mounts" a bluray but instead of seeing the blurays file system, this contents of the mounted file system are just m2ts files that correspond to individual bluray playlists.

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