MediaCoder can rip CSS-protected DVD since build 3788 (Stanley posted on June 27th, 2007 )

Since build 3788, MediaCoder can rip CSS-protected DVD to any supported formats. Please note that you'll need to update to 0.6.0.3788 with a full pack installation.
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14 Responses

  1. zork says:

    w00tz! sweet deal! I like.

  2. LR says:

    我确信这是个好消息,但我现在更迷惑于如何选取DVD中的字幕。
    不能像选音轨一样选择吗?

  3. SirAuron says:

    not so good for people where having a program like this is prohibited (germany for instance).

  4. BlinkN says:

    Same here. We have something called Digital Millennium Copyright Act signed in 1998 during Clinton administrative.

  5. mopzz says:

    Hi Stanley,

    this is Juergen, German Translator for MediaCoder. It’s very nice that MediaCoder can now rip DVDs, but there is one little problem. With having that option in MediaCoder, your program will be illegal in Germany.

    Is it possible to do an international version, in which MediaCoder can only rip unprotected DVDs?

  6. stanley says:

    Hi Juergen and hi fellows,
    I didn’t expect the harm of this feature. No problem, from next release, I will remove this feature from the standard distribution, and provide an downloadable “upgrade” pack to enable this feature. 😉

  7. stanley says:

    关于subtitle,可能最新版本在这个方面有一些问题,我会检查并修正。

  8. SirAuron says:

    Thank you very much. This way I have a legal basis to use this program and contribute further to it.

  9. stanley says:

    The change has been made in 0.6.0.3790.

  10. Jim D says:

    Hi,
    I have the latest version ( build 3795) and I can’t see the upgrade to restore the css decode feature. Can you point me to it?

    Thanks for restoring the speed of file processing again!

  11. Jim D says:

    Found the download on the homepage. Sorry for not spotting it quicker, but I was searching the download pages

  12. RedBarra says:

    Seems that this upgrade pack is not available anymore !!
    Where can I get it ??

  13. Bernd Butscheidt says:

    Its linked where it to be expected:

    on the download-page:
    http://mediacoder.sourceforge.net/download.htm

  14. Reggie says:

    How do you use it after installing?