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How to remove AACS encryption from bluray and rip audio?


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Hello Everyone!, I'm a new member and need your help...please?:

 

I need to learn how to rip the audio from the following Blu-ray:

Pink Floyd - The Endless River.

1. LPCM - Stereo 2.0, 96 Khz

2. DTS HD Master Multi 5.1, 48-96 Khz

3. LPCM Multi 5.1, 96 Khz

 

First I worked directly with: DVD Audio Extractor, I can see the audio project and I click on next, and says:

"Blu-ray discs are protected With BD + not supported".

 

Then I worked with: MakeMKV to create a backup and says:

"Error removing AACS and SCSI."

 

-What should I do to remove the AASC protection ?.

-I use a Windows 7 and an external Samsung. (Portable BD Writter SE-506)

 

Thank you very much for all your help.

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There is no information in the entire boxset (?), but I can see it and hear it without any problem.

The only information that brings the boxset is this:

All audio in high resolution 96Khz/24Khz bit including stereo PCM, 5.1 dolby Digital and 5.1 PCM.

Thank you!

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You can create a backup with dvdfab

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I use AnyDVD.

Analog: Koetsu Rosewood > VPI Aries 3 w/SDS > EAR 834P > EAR 834L: Audiodesk cleaner

Digital Fun: DAS > CAPS v3 w/LPS (JRMC) SOtM USB > Lynx Hilo > EAR 834L

Digital Serious: DAS > CAPS v3 w/LPS (HQPlayer) Ethernet > SMS-100 NAA > Lampi DSD L4 G5 > EAR 834L

Digital Disc: Oppo BDP 95 > EAR 834L

Output: EAR 834L > Xilica XP4080 DSP > Odessey Stratos Mono Extreme > Legacy Aeris

Phones: EAR 834L > Little Dot Mk ii > Senheiser HD 800

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I just ripped the 96/24 2ch audio off the BRD from the box set using MakeMKV (v1.8.14) and DVD Audio Extractor (v7.2.0) on my Mac without any errors.

 

Make MKV did report AACS as the protection but seems to have been able to remove it during the backup creation.

 

 

 

Oh, I see ... I'm happy for you.

The problem that these two programs have no problem removing AACS because you have a MAC.

I have tried what you say but does not work on PC.

 

Apparently, for windows, a third program is necessary. (Maybe tsMuxer)

I'll try these programs and then will comment if I have had positive results.

 

 

One question: Have you been able to extract the audio but as a continuous track.

I also interested to have it that way.

 

 

Thanks for your help.

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AnyDVD has gone modular, you would need AnyDVD HD to rip BluRay.

Analog: Koetsu Rosewood > VPI Aries 3 w/SDS > EAR 834P > EAR 834L: Audiodesk cleaner

Digital Fun: DAS > CAPS v3 w/LPS (JRMC) SOtM USB > Lynx Hilo > EAR 834L

Digital Serious: DAS > CAPS v3 w/LPS (HQPlayer) Ethernet > SMS-100 NAA > Lampi DSD L4 G5 > EAR 834L

Digital Disc: Oppo BDP 95 > EAR 834L

Output: EAR 834L > Xilica XP4080 DSP > Odessey Stratos Mono Extreme > Legacy Aeris

Phones: EAR 834L > Little Dot Mk ii > Senheiser HD 800

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When I view the audio tracks in DVD Audio Extractor, one of the options is the full album as a single track - that's the way it comes up on the BluRay itself and is the longest option - and the other tracks listed are the individual works.

 

 

As you can see, the title 11 is the only track that contains the full album and they are all on separate track.

:(

 

Thanks!

 

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Anydvd does work with blu-ray. If it doesn't, update it. They update is as needed. Pretty regularly, if memory serves.

 

Actually, as I think about it - I haven't done this in years - I think I had to disable Anydvd before using dvd extractor successfully on blu-ray disks.

 

I have Anndvd, but only works with DVD, Blu-ray nothing.

Thanks!

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