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Old 2008-03-04, 12:08   Link #41
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Now that you mention it, I've heard the same thing. Someone recorded Star Wars from wowow onto BD, chucked it in his PS3, plays perfectly. Which implies that it "only" has AACS (and that's a sub based channel).
Unfortunately, my strategy fails, but not for the reason you might suspect.

The blu-ray recorders record in a slightly different format (BD-AV) instead of the BD-ROM that hollywood movies are. Both have AACS encryption. It seems, however, that AnyDVD only works on BD-Roms, and not on BD-REs.
Also, there were "other" tools to decrypt BD-AV discs which had AACS V1-3, but of course now all the recorders have switched to BD-AV AACS V4, so there are no tools for decrypting them for the time being.
PowerDVD can play back the discs, however, so it's only a matter of time till someone hacks this too...
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Old 2008-03-04, 19:18   Link #42
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Unfortunately, my strategy fails, but not for the reason you might suspect.

The blu-ray recorders record in a slightly different format (BD-AV) instead of the BD-ROM that hollywood movies are. Both have AACS encryption. It seems, however, that AnyDVD only works on BD-Roms, and not on BD-REs.
Also, there were "other" tools to decrypt BD-AV discs which had AACS V1-3, but of course now all the recorders have switched to BD-AV AACS V4, so there are no tools for decrypting them for the time being.
PowerDVD can play back the discs, however, so it's only a matter of time till someone hacks this too...
That's too bad. Always something to catch us out isn't there?
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Old 2008-03-10, 11:41   Link #43
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The tv will basically record the broadcast mpeg transport streams to this hard drive, and I can easily attach the drive (it's networked) to my home network and look at the files on it.

Basically you get collections of 3 files, a .dtv, and .dtv.meta and a .dtv.rat
The .dtv.meta seems to contain data about the broadcast, the .dtv file is the large one that I think is encrypted somehow, and the .dtv.rat file is probably the key.
Not promising anything, but could you grab a short commercial or something and make those files available to me? If not myself, then I know a few people who would be interested/know something about this kinda thing.

Thanks.
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Old 2008-03-18, 12:51   Link #44
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Timecops B-Cas decrypticon page is here http://pbx.mine.nu/isdb/b-cas/
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