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Posted (edited) · Original PosterOP

A Full-fledged copy of the 4K UHD Bluray release of The Smurfs 2 has been posted on private tracker ultrahdclub.org 

 

The member who posted it, one of the most prolific uploaders on the site, claims this release was achieved through cracking the encryption of the drive itself and not through the more common HDCP stripping and capture method. How exactly this was achieved right now is not known, however the fact that UltraHDclub staff have verified the upload as such seems to lend further weight to the uploader's release.

 

It's too early to tell right now, but we should have a definitive answer as more people get a chance to analyze the release. 

 

I realize this post doesn't follow normal news formatting, but since the source is a private tracker that doesn't allow sharing content with the general public I can't just copy paste the info from the release or a screenshot of the site. 

 

Edit: the full file list of the release has been published and it indeed shows all the BMDV/STREAM/xxxx.m2ts files typical of a blu-ray dump rather than the single .mkv from a normal rip. 

 

Edit: 2nd source: 

 

 

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That took long. 

 

If only they would stop with this asinine DRM that ruined blu-ray. 


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The best part about UHD Blu-Rays is my internet speed hasn't gotten faster since DVDs became popular so it really isn't practical at all to stream anything more than 720p or 1080p with some compression. So I will still buy the Blu-Ray over streaming it. Also get ready for 60Gb torrents


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Just now, SamStrecker said:

The best part about UHD Blu-Rays is my internet speed hasn't gotten faster since DVDs became popular so it really isn't practical at all to stream anything more than 720p or 1080p with some compression. So I will still buy the Blu-Ray over streaming it. Also get ready for 60Gb torrents

Many UHD torrents ripped off of Sony's Unlimited 4K service are already 100+GB.


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4 minutes ago, SamStrecker said:

The best part about UHD Blu-Rays is my internet speed hasn't gotten faster since DVDs became popular so it really isn't practical at all to stream anything more than 720p or 1080p with some compression. So I will still buy the Blu-Ray over streaming it. Also get ready for 60Gb torrents

I saw a harry potter rip once that was 60gb per movie. 


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2 minutes ago, Terodius said:

Many UHD torrents ripped off of Sony's Unlimited 4K service are already 100+GB.

Jesus Christ. If I had google fiber I know what I would do but GTA V is 56Gbs and took 14 days to download. So it would basically take 30 days if it was downloading at my full speed and a torrent is probably going to be half of what you get or less


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3 minutes ago, SamStrecker said:

Jesus Christ. If I had google fiber I know what I would do but GTA V is 56Gbs and took 14 days to download. So it would basically take 30 days if it was downloading at my full speed and a torrent is probably going to be half of what you get or less

It's not that bad though, took me less than a day to download a 114GB torrent and I have fairly normal 50mbps. I wouldn't consider that an extravagant amount of bandwidth. 


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4 minutes ago, Terodius said:

It's not that bad though, took me less than a day to download a 114GB torrent and I have fairly normal 50mbps. I wouldn't consider that an extravagant amount of bandwidth. 

Well thats over 50X my internet speed and torrents download at 1/4 of my download speed.


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9 minutes ago, SamStrecker said:

Well thats over 50X my internet speed and torrents download at 1/4 of my download speed.

damn dude you have 1mbps internet? where do you live, in the middle of a cornfield in Iowa?


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22 hours ago, Terodius said:

damn dude you have 1mbps internet? where do you live, in the middle of a cornfield in Iowa?

No. My school is a 11 minutes drive and they have 1Gbit internet. It's also a highschool. It's also custom. But the point is Century Link is screwing me. Only $139 a month though so I'm not too mad....


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Not that shocked to be honest.

Everything can be cracked given enough time.


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1 minute ago, SamStrecker said:

No. My school is a 11 minutes drive and they have 5Gbit internet. It's also a highschool. It's also custom. But the point is Century Link is screwing me. Only $139 a month though so I'm not too mad....

They're ripping you off, big time. During peak usage hours, it might take 14 hours for me to download a 60GB game, over wifi, as I watch Youtube, download updates to my Steam games, and my father watches Netflix. Just for internet, we're paying $105.

 

Did I mention that that 60GB game is on PS4, which takes almost twice as long to download as my PC, bit for bit?

Or that it's not a fiber connection, it's an older CableOne connection?

 

But then again, I have 3 fiber options available to me: CenturyLink, Verizon FiOS, and just recently, CableOne GigaOne.

And I still have other options for the interwebz access, though the only one that comes to mind id Hughesnet.


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5 minutes ago, Drak3 said:

They're ripping you off, big time. During peak usage hours, it might take 14 hours for me to download a 60GB game, over wifi, as I watch Youtube, download updates to my Steam games, and my father watches Netflix. Just for internet, we're paying $105.

 

Did I mention that that 60GB game is on PS4, which takes almost twice as long to download as my PC, bit for bit?

Or that it's not a fiber connection, it's an older CableOne connection?

 

But then again, I have 3 fiber options available to me: CenturyLink, Verizon FiOS, and just recently, CableOne GigaOne.

And I still have other options for the interwebz access, though the only one that comes to mind id Hughesnet.

The problem is they are the only ISP


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Just now, SamStrecker said:

The problem is they are the only ISP

Chances are, they aren't, but no one really knows that there are competitors.

People here assume that CableOne and CenturyLink are the only consumer options in the valley. FiOS is business only and Hughes is only available outside of the valley, and those are the only 4 providers here, period. But that simply isn't the case.


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1 minute ago, Drak3 said:

Chances are, they aren't, but no one really knows that there are competitors.

People here assume that CableOne and CenturyLink are the only consumer options in the valley. FiOS is business only and Hughes is only available outside of the valley, and those are the only 4 providers here, period. But that simply isn't the case.

This is twice now kid. I am pretty sure I would know if another ISP was available as I would swap from Century Link so fast. I have talked to local technicians and it all boils down to Century needs to upgrade their cards in the D slam at the end of the road but that costs money so they wont


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1 hour ago, SamStrecker said:

No. My school is a 11 minutes drive and they have 5Gbit internet. It's also a highschool. It's also custom. But the point is Century Link is screwing me. Only $139 a month though so I'm not too mad....

So let me get this straight. you're paying 139USD/month for 1mbit/s internet and your school which is 10 min away has 5gbit/s? you sure it's not 5mbit/s at the school? some people get easily confused. Either way, pretty sure you can get like 10mbps satellite for less than 139USD/month so you're paying that much just because you want to. I'm paying about 40USD/month for 50mbit down and 5 up. But then again I don't live in a cornfield.


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20 hours ago, Terodius said:

So let me get this straight. you're paying 139USD/month for 1mbit/s internet and your school which is 10 min away has 5gbit/s? you sure it's not 5mbit/s at the school? some people get easily confused. Either way, pretty sure you can get like 10mbps satellite for less than 139USD/month so you're paying that much just because you want to. I'm paying about 40USD/month for 50mbit down and 5 up. But then again I don't live in a cornfield.

I looked into satelitte and the only thing offered is a data cap of 200gbs a month, adds 500ms or more, and is only 10-15Mb/s. The latency part is what kills. With what I have I can play stuff like CSGO but if another user joins the network its 1000ms ping or more. 


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Just now, snortingfrogs said:

I pay ~$65/month for 1000/1000,

back when I lived in Norway I paid about 20 dollars more than that for 1000/1000. But realistically I never used that much. The only times I maxed out my connection were when I was downloading something from steam and torrenting at the same time. Otherwise I never maxed out my connection. I think for most people 100mbit is more than they could ever need. 

 


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1 minute ago, SamStrecker said:

I looked into satelitte and the only thing offered is a data cap of 200gbs a month, adds 500ms or more, and is only 10-15Mb/s. The latency part is what kills. With what I have I can play stuff like CSGO but if another user joins the network its 1000ms ping or more. Also yes I know it is 5Gb/s. It is a special deal run through a college. I actually got to tour and look at how its hooked up. I downloaded GTA V in less than 4 minutes. I actually downloaded over 400Gbs in in one day

Well then I guess you can just download all the heavy stuff at school and bring it home in an hdd or flash drive. Even netflix has an offline mode as well now so you should be good with that.


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20 hours ago, Terodius said:

Well then I guess you can just download all the heavy stuff at school and bring it home in an hdd or flash drive. Even netflix has an offline mode as well now so you should be good with that.

Yeah I just have to run through ethernet otherwise it's filtered and the wireless is throttled to 60Mb/s


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9 minutes ago, Terodius said:

back when I lived in Norway I paid about 20 dollars more than that for 1000/1000. But realistically I never used that much. The only times I maxed out my connection were when I was downloading something from steam and torrenting at the same time. Otherwise I never maxed out my connection. I think for most people 100mbit is more than they could ever need. 

 

Internet is quite good here in Sweden.

I had 250/100 before but upgrade to 1000/1000 was just $15 more so it's worth it.


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1 minute ago, snortingfrogs said:

Internet is quite good here in Sweden.

I had 250/100 before but upgrade to 1000/1000 was just $15 more so it's worth it.

Depends on the provider though. I had bahnhof and they were quite good in regards of how much speed you got for your money. Other companies not so much


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Getting a key, and actually breaking the encryption scheme are not the same thing. To the best of my knowledge, not even the original AACS has been truly broken as one is reliant on getting the keys via sidechannel means(find one key, it gets revoked, find another to play new releases, and so on). 

 

Open source means of Blu Ray playback on PC has come a long way but it is still reliant on a known device key database. To truly break AACS means that one can decrypt the content without knowing the device keys in advance. 


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Can't wait for MakeMKV to be updated with UHD compatibility - not for piracy means, but rather so that I could realistically buy a UHD BD Drive and start ripping UHD's to Plex.


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