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DVD Decrypter v3.5.1.0 released

Written by Petteri Pyyny (Google+) @ 02 Sep 2004 3:59 User comments (5)

Only days after the previous release, a new version of DVD Decrypter has been released. The new version, DVD Decrypter v3.5.1.0 fixes various bugs, adds a support for "protected sectors lists" (in essence, a guidance files for ripping "problem" DVDs), etc.
The full changelog since v3.5.0.0 is here:
  • Added: Ability to Import / Export PSL (Protected Sectors List) files (Option is located in the 'File' menu). Users can work out the best methods to backup certain 'problem' discs
  • Added: Dialog box to remind users to load the MDS file instead of the ISO file - it's good practice and is vital for nice DL burns
  • Changed: Structure Protection code to find more instances of 'suspect' areas on the disc
  • Changed: Some of the Automatic 'Transfer Length' code. It now checks for additional possible errors in the output from the API call
  • Changed: Previous workaround for Plextor PX-712A authentication problem caused problems for old drives that hang on a 'Rezero' command (Status bar always displayed 'Almost Ready'). The command now only runs on Plextor DVDR drives
  • Fixed: Access violation errors caused by nasty IFO files on some of the newer discs
  • Fixed: 'Browse' was always visible in the 'File' menu
  • Fixed: Potential issue with getting the disc size from the ISO9660 file system (only used in ISO Read mode on DVD+RW discs)
  • Fixed: 'Cracking CSS' dialog box showed very inaccurate progress information
  • Fixed: CSS cracking was repeating itself on files it shouldn't have been

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5 user comments

12.9.2004 20:10

Nice, dual layer goodness :-)

25.9.2004 5:24

When installing the new version, should you un-install the previous first? How about DVD Shrink also?

35.9.2004 5:59

yeah u do, then it installs the new one where the old one was before.

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47.9.2004 18:37

Thanks... I wasn't able to find that anywhere.

58.9.2004 0:09

no worries, glad to help

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