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New DVD Decrypter is released

Written by Petteri Pyyny (Google+) @ 06 Aug 2002 14:04

Lightning UK released a new version of his superb DVD ripper, DVD Decrypter. As this is at the moment only "big name" DVD ripper that is developing rapidly, we consider this is worth mentioning :-) So, the latest version is v3.1.2.0.
Anyway, changelog is huge, as usual. Here it is:

Rewrote all the underlying I/O code
Implemented support for SPTI (Available in NT/2000/XP/.NET)
Implemented support for Elaborate Byte's ElbyCDIO
Fixed the 'file not found' bug when patching multiple IFO/BUP files at the same time
Rewrote all the 'Program Update' code - Hopefully this will solve the WSA problem some people were having
Only writer devices will show up in ISO Write mode
Preliminary support for DVD+RW / DVDRAM drives in ISO Write mode - I need YOUR help to finish this
Improved logging
Added support for splitting by VOB ID in IFO mode
Added 4.37GB to 'Maximum File Size' in ISO mode
Added 'Write Error Retry Count' (software retries) to the Advanced settings tab
Added the ability to choose Brute Force CSS cracking over the usual I/O Key Exchange
Fixed numerous problems with the 'Default Destination' code
Added the option of performing 'RAW' stream processing - Required for Subtitle streams
Rewrote most of the stream processing code and so fixed any bugs that existed to do with delay times


...and you can download the latest version from here:

DVD Decrypter v3.1.2.0

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