Tag Archives: DVD copyright breaker

RealPlayer SP with SuperPass includes the following new features and enhancements

Apr 22nd, 2010by dvdxplayer 1,963 views |Comments Off

RealPlayer H.264
The new RealPlayer H.264 Converter can easily convert the video into a new digital video standard for consumer electronics and personal computer use. ( DVD Player software )

Download Video
Now you can download from thousands of websites and organize your favorite video. Arbitrary, anytime, anywhere viewing. Read More »

A comparison between DVD X Player and DVD Ghost

Mar 23rd, 2010by dvdxplayer 2,108 views |Comments Off

Generally speaking, both DVD Ghost and DVD X Player can break DVD copyright; and they all can help you in DVD copying. But DVD X Player have a lot more function than DVD Ghost does, like DVD play, record ect. Read More »

An introduction of DVD Ghost

Mar 22nd, 2010by dvdxplayer 1,715 views |Comments Off

DVD Ghost is a software that bestow your DVD players and DVD copy/backup softwares to play or copy any copyright-protected DVDs.

DVD Ghost is a professional DVD copyright breaker. It is a small, effective sofrware working with other DVD softwares. It is light on your system resources and resides in system tray. It removes all kinds of restrictions(CSS, RPC Region code, RCE, APS, UOPS etc.) from the DVD discs in the background.

Through this software your player will be able to play all region DVD on all DVD drives with mismatched region code without changing the region code. You needn’t hack DVD drive (flash firmware) which is very dangerous.

It also allows you to copy your DVD movie to hard disk if DVD copy/backup software not installed in your computer.

But I have to tell you that, it is not a DVD player software, and it can not play it for you.

Digital Copy Protection System (DCPS)

Jan 05th, 2010by dvdxplayer 1,846 views |Comments Off

In order to provide digital connections between components without allowing perfect digital copies, five digital copy protection systems were proposed to the CEA. The frontrunner is DTCP (digital transmission content protection), which focuses on IEEE 1394/FireWire but can be applied to other protocols. The draft proposal (called 5C, for the five companies that developed it) was made by Intel, Read More »

What is the CSS on DVD?

Nov 30th, 2009by dvdxplayer 3,794 views |4 Comments

Content Scramble System (CSS)
Because of the potential for perfect digital copies, paranoid movie studios forced a deeper copy protection requirement into the DVD standard. Content Scramble System (CSS) is a data encryption and authentication scheme intended to prevent copying video files directly from DVD-Video discs. CSS was developed primarily by Matsushita and Toshiba. Read More »