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Attention Mac users (Beating New Encryption)

Postby JudgeHolden » Thu May 21, 2009 11:49 am

Well, after hours of pulling my hair out trying to rip the new series "Murder Princess" I found a way around Funimation's new encryption.(It was only ripping parts of the EPs)

Here are the steps using MacTheRipper 3:

1) Make sure you have the newest version of MTR.

2) Go into your MTR preferences and turn the debugging log on.

(At this point if you look at the dvd in MTR you will see a ton and I mean of ton of Main features. One might be labeled as the real MF by MTR, but this is more than likely wrong for it is a trick by Funimation)

3) Open the DVD in you Apple DVD player and start to play an Episode. While it is playing go to the menu labeled GO and scroll down to Track and hover there. The number that has the check mark next to it is the real Main feature and not one of the dummies.

4) Now go into MTR and under Title-Cell Extraction select the real Main Feature. (In the case of Murder Princess it is track 28) You can go ahead and demux if you want, but at this point it doesn't matter. Now hit go and let it rip.

5) Delete the files you just created for they still contain encrypted cells. This first rip was done to find them.

6) Now follow step 4 again, but this time look at the cells list in MTR and uncheck all the cells with Lb next to them. You can demux at this point if you wish.

7) Rejoice for you now have a clean rip of a new Funimation title!

Remember this must be done in Cell extraction, all other options WILL fail hard!
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Re: Attention Mac users (Beating Funimation's New Encryption)

Postby The Origonal Head Hunter » Thu May 21, 2009 3:11 pm

So only Macs can beat Funi at their own game?

Dammit...
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Re: Attention Mac users (Beating New Encryption)

Postby Athena » Sun Jun 14, 2009 2:28 am

Would you like me to see if I can add this an addendum to my sticky?
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Re: Attention Mac users (Beating New Encryption)

Postby gotenks794 » Sun Jul 26, 2009 11:01 am

I've been having this problem with every FUNimation release about the time they started with the whole viridian collection thing. I had no idea what was going on. Thanks for the solution! :D :up: :up:
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Re: Attention Mac users (Beating New Encryption)

Postby topgamer101 » Sat Mar 20, 2010 10:02 am

I've been out of the AMV game for awhile now, and just got a new idea for the original FMA series. Sadly my DVD Decrypter on my PC wasn't able to rip the dvd's I needed. Wasn't sure what was going on, but this makes sense I suppose. I'll have to see if I can find a solution for PC. :book:
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Re: Attention Mac users (Beating New Encryption)

Postby k8fin » Sun Mar 21, 2010 11:11 am

Is there a way to do this using MTR 2.6.6 or another equivalent free program for Mac? I hear the only way to get MTR 3 is if you donate and I'd really like to avoid doing that if at all possible.
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Re: Attention Mac users (Beating New Encryption)

Postby k8fin » Sun Mar 21, 2010 2:23 pm

Ok, so I ended up getting MTR3 after all...but I'm not sure I understand how this works or if I'm doing things correctly.

3) Open the DVD in you Apple DVD player and start to play an Episode. While it is playing go to the menu labeled GO and scroll down to Track and hover there. The number that has the check mark next to it is the real Main feature and not one of the dummies.

When I play the DVD, watching the track listing as it plays, the "check mark" never changes it's position. It stays on the same track it was on before I turned on the DVD player.

4) Now go into MTR and under Title-Cell Extraction select the real Main Feature. (In the case of Murder Princess it is track 28) You can go ahead and demux if you want, but at this point it doesn't matter. Now hit go and let it rip.

When I did this, it listed a bunch of clips under 10 minutes or so long, all probably adding up to the full length of the main feature. Nonetheless, I couldn't "select the real main feature."

6) Now follow step 4 again, but this time look at the cells list in MTR and uncheck all the cells with Lb next to them. You can demux at this point if you wish.


When I view the cell list, ALL of them have "lb" next to them, the only difference is a few of them in the beginning are highlighted in yellow. I eliminated these from the rip, but I must still have bad blocks because I can't complete an encode. I tried setting up the second rip, but nothing on the menus seems to have changed as alluded to here.

For what it's worth, the DVD I'm trying to rip is Evangelion 1.01 You Are (Not) Alone.
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Re: Attention Mac users (Beating New Encryption)

Postby JudgeHolden » Sun Mar 21, 2010 8:30 pm

k8fin wrote:Ok, so I ended up getting MTR3 after all...but I'm not sure I understand how this works or if I'm doing things correctly.

3) Open the DVD in you Apple DVD player and start to play an Episode. While it is playing go to the menu labeled GO and scroll down to Track and hover there. The number that has the check mark next to it is the real Main feature and not one of the dummies.

When I play the DVD, watching the track listing as it plays, the "check mark" never changes it's position. It stays on the same track it was on before I turned on the DVD player.


When you click on play movie and it starts to play then look under Go and scroll down to either Track or Title to find the Real Main feature. For your disk it is 24. (MTR says it's 11)

4) Now go into MTR and under Title-Cell Extraction select the real Main Feature. (In the case of Murder Princess it is track 28) You can go ahead and demux if you want, but at this point it doesn't matter. Now hit go and let it rip.

When I did this, it listed a bunch of clips under 10 minutes or so long, all probably adding up to the full length of the main feature. Nonetheless, I couldn't "select the real main feature."[/quote]

You just select Title 24 from the pull-down menu on your left. Make sure you are on the Mode menu and have Title - Cell Extraction selected. Yes all the clips, or cells, are the main feature ... you can either merge then together by keeping the merge cells box checked or uncheck if you would rather have them kept as individual mv2 files.

6) Now follow step 4 again, but this time look at the cells list in MTR and uncheck all the cells with Lb next to them. You can demux at this point if you wish.


When I view the cell list, ALL of them have "lb" next to them, the only difference is a few of them in the beginning are highlighted in yellow. I eliminated these from the rip, but I must still have bad blocks because I can't complete an encode. I tried setting up the second rip, but nothing on the menus seems to have changed as alluded to here.

For what it's worth, the DVD I'm trying to rip is Evangelion 1.01 You Are (Not) Alone.
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For this disk just uncheck the first 8 cells and you should be fine.

I ripped this disk for my last video and I know it works.

Hope this helps,


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Re: Attention Mac users (Beating New Encryption)

Postby k8fin » Tue Mar 23, 2010 4:03 pm

Thank you soooo much!!! I was able to rip, encode and import Eva no problem. It appears to have a few graphical glitches, but nothing that's going to be a problem. Either way, now I understand what to look for next time I have to rip a DVD like this. Thanks again! ^_^
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Re: Attention Mac users (Beating New Encryption)

Postby sportsgirl1391 » Sun Feb 06, 2011 9:17 pm

I am having trouble with the new release of Durarara! My cousin told me to use Handbrake to rip my dvds. But see here is a preview in the program before I even ripped it. And yes I have a mac if you cant tell.

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Re: Attention Mac users (Beating New Encryption)

Postby Athena » Mon Feb 07, 2011 5:26 pm

Do not use handbrake of your intent is the edit with the footage.
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Re: Attention Mac users (Beating New Encryption)

Postby sportsgirl1391 » Tue Feb 08, 2011 3:06 pm

Squirrel, Duke of Acorn wrote:Do not use handbrake of your intent is the edit with the footage.


ohhhh then what can I use?
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Re: Attention Mac users (Beating Funimation's New Encryption

Postby VicBond007 » Tue Feb 08, 2011 10:44 pm

The Origonal Head Hunter wrote:So only Macs can beat Funi at their own game?

Dammit...


It's do-able on a PC and the necessary software has been around for years. Yes, even for the fancy new stuff. I ripped Beck and Murder Princess in front of a "live studio audience" at a (con that I don't want to get in trouble) last year, and didn't even pay it any mind. Didn't realize I was letting people in on some big secret or I would have hammed it up more ;)
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Re: Attention Mac users (Beating New Encryption)

Postby JudgeHolden » Tue Feb 08, 2011 10:51 pm

sportsgirl1391 wrote:
Squirrel, Duke of Acorn wrote:Do not use handbrake of your intent is the edit with the footage.


ohhhh then what can I use?


MactheRipper ....
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Re: Attention Mac users (Beating Funimation's New Encryption

Postby JudgeHolden » Tue Feb 08, 2011 10:54 pm

VicBond007 wrote:
The Origonal Head Hunter wrote:So only Macs can beat Funi at their own game?

Dammit...


It's do-able on a PC and the necessary software has been around for years. Yes, even for the fancy new stuff. I ripped Beck and Murder Princess in front of a "live studio audience" at a (con that I don't want to get in trouble) last year, and didn't even pay it any mind. Didn't realize I was letting people in on some big secret or I would have hammed it up more ;)


Ya, it's easire on a PC. I just rip them without thinking, even BRDs. :ying:
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