How to copy HD DVD and Blu-ray movies

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This is funny! You know how HD DVD and Blu-ray are supposed to have a more advanced copy protection?
Guess what?!! German CT Magazine has found a very simple and straightforward way of copying HD image off both Blu-ray and HD DVD without any quality loss!
Frame-by-frame using Print Screen function! :D
They have confirmed that this works on both Blu-ray Sony Vaio VGC-RC 204 and the HD DVD Toshiba Qosmio G30 notebook.
Of course it's not a very practical approach, but it illustrates a point that there is no such thing as bullet-proof copy protection!

(Here is an automatic translation from German by Google.)
 
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Ilya said:
This is funny! You know that HD DVD and Blu-ray are supposed to have a more advanced copy protection?
Guess what?!! German CT Magazine has found a very simple and straightforward way of copying HD image off both Blu-ray and HD DVD without any quality loss!
Frame-by-frame using Print Screen function! :D
They have confirmed that this works on both Blu-ray Sony Vaio VGC-RC 204 and the HD DVD Toshiba Qosmio G30 notebook.
Of course it's not a very practical approach, but it illustrates a point that there is no such thing as bullet-proof copy protection!

(Here is an automatic translation from German by Google.)

Their approach may not be practical but this means a better framegrabber can do the trick easily.:cool: :up
 
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vurbano said:
Its only a matter of time :)

Hmmm, interesting. I know no "hack talk" is permitted here (for good reasons!:up ), but speaking theoretically -

As I understand it, the DVD copy protection code was actually never "broken", the guy who posted the DVD copy protectiohn key on the internet actually found a set of keys?

I assume HD-DVD & Blu-Ray will be more careful about leaving the keys lying around. But, yes, it's probably just a matter of time . . . .
 

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