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    Default Dvd decrypter for Linux?

    Dear all,
    I would like to ask you if there is something like dvd decrypter for linux.
    What I want to do is to copy/clone a dvd bit by bit. I do not want though to make an iso just to copy bits.

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    Default Re: Dvd decrypter for Linux?

    On 11/15/2011 08:56 AM, alaios wrote:
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    > something like dvd decrypter


    sorry, don't know "dvd decrypter" but, have you tried K3b? i think it
    will do what you wish..


    > What I want to do is to copy/clone a dvd bit by bit.


    i do not know, maybe for that you need a command line program...see man
    cdrecord

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    Hi there,

    Why don't you try K3B? It's very good.
    Just in case, make sure you have
    - libdvdcss
    - dvd+rw-tools
    It all together should do your job.
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    My bad... What I want to do is to copy a dvd to my hard disk (the external one).
    I was using in windows dvd decrypter as it was having the file mode that was copying the files bit by bit.

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    k9copy
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    I'm still not sure what you mean though
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    Default Re: Dvd decrypter for Linux?

    If your read what dvd decrypter is, you guess what he wants.
    DVD Decrypter is a software application for Microsoft Windows (including Windows 7 support) that can create backup disk images of the DVD-Video structure of DVDs. It can be used to image any DVD, but controversially it is especially useful for decrypting copy protected movies. The program can also record images to disc. Content Scrambling System (CSS) decrypting software (such as DVD Decrypter and AnyDVD) allows a region-specific DVD to be copied as an all-region DVD. It also removes Macrovision content protection, CSS, region codes, and user operation prohibition. (Wikipedia)
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    Default Re: Dvd decrypter for Linux?

    Quote Originally Posted by alaios View Post
    I want to do is to copy a dvd to my hard disk (the external one)
    Then just do it. In your file manager (Dolphin) copy entire folder VIDEO_TS (right-click) and paste it in your hard disk.
    To watch it just right-click on that folder and chose OpenWith... (I use VLC)
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    Default Re: Dvd decrypter for Linux?

    that can create backup 'disk images'... It can be used to image any DVD,
    but controversially it is especially useful for 'decrypting' 'copy
    protected' movies. The program can also 'record' images to disc.
    'Content Scrambling System' decrypting software (such as DVD Decrypter
    and 'AnyDVD' allows a region-specific DVD to be copied as an all-region
    DVD. It also removes 'Macrovision content protection' 'region codes'
    and 'user operation prohibition'
    hey @alaios we don't help folks violate copyright (or any other) laws
    [check out the FAQ]...

    i think it is best to pay for the movies you watch...it is the only
    honest thing to do.

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    Default Re: Dvd decrypter for Linux?

    i think it is best to pay for the movies you watch...it is the only honest thing to do.
    Agree, but there are still numerous cases where a backup of your own DVDs might be very helpful (even though nonetheless illegal in some jurisdictions).
    Most people not interested in paying for movies they want to watch probably don't copy them by themselves any way. But lets not start a flamewar here.

    Anyway, some programs available in linux for backing up DVDs and have already been mentioned.
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    Default Re: Dvd decrypter for Linux?

    On 2011-11-15 13:03, DenverD wrote:
    > i think it is best to pay for the movies you watch...it is the only honest
    > thing to do.


    You can pay for your movies and still want them on your hard disk; it is
    quite useful if you watch them while on batteries.

    And what is legal/illegal depends on the country one lives.

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