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DVD Decrypter v3.2.1.0 released

Written by Petteri Pyyny (Google+) @ 14 Mar 2004 15:15

Arguably the best DVD ripper in the world, DVD Decrypter, has been updated. The new version, DVD Decrypter v3.2.1.0, has -- once again -- rather impressive changelog. The full changelog is here:
  • Added: Verify option for ISO Write mode (DVDs only)
  • Added: ISO Write mode now displays the media's supported write speed in the log
  • Added: Additional debug information during initial program startup - when debug mode is enabled
  • Added: Dialog box with 'Yes to all' and 'No to all' when decryption is detected in a file on a supposedly non protected disc
  • Changed: Techniques used to determine the correct write parameters to use in ISO Write mode
  • Changed: 'Failed to decrypt disc key' no longer stops the program in its tracks
  • Changed: General improvements to CSS cracking techniques
  • Changed: 'semaphore timed out' errors now display the actual timeout value
  • Changed: Brute Force cracking failures no longer display an error dialog box if they're a result of the 'Detect Mastering Errors' option being enabled
  • Fixed: Setting the write speed to 2.4x (or 2,4x !) on systems that don't use a '.' for their decimal point
  • Fixed: 'Failed to Set Write Parameters' on Matshita drives
  • Fixed: Hang up on 'Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices' when people have a certain Samsung CDROM drive in their machine
  • Fixed: Incorrect naming of AC3 files demuxed in File mode
  • Fixed: Big bug in ISO Read mode where files following 0 bytes files weren't decrypted
  • Fixed: Brute Force cracking on unauthenticated discs could fail silently
  • Fixed: Authentication on some discs would just repeat over and over again during reading without any error
  • Fixed: Polling for completion of certain I/O at the end of a burn in ISO Write mode would fail on certain drives
  • Fixed: I/O Errors using SPTI where the actual API call failed would often mean sense area information wasn't displayed in the dialog box
  • Removed: The option to 'Force CSS Present' - This has been made obsolete by recent improvements

The full changelog including also the changes in previous versions is here:

Download the latest version from here:

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