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  • From DVDFab Staff BDFix for DVDFab FAQ

    All About BDFix

    This is a powerful new feature that is designed to let you use the strength and superior technology from DVDFab to repair an ISO or folder made with an inferior ripper product. BDFix is available for both Passkey and DVDFab licensed Blu-ray function users. Here is a brief FAQ list, if you have issues or additional questions, please post them here.

    Q: What does it fix, how does it work?
    A: Using DVFab's new Cloud Decryption, currently it can correct the failures of Region Code removal, incorrect playlist identification and faulty Screen Pass protection removal on Blu-ray.

    Q: What is a valid Source for BDFix repair?
    A: Either an ISO image file or BDMV folder on your hard drive. The Source must be re-writeable, so ISOs must not be mounted in a virtual drive!

    Q: Must the Source have been made with DVDFab?
    A: No, in fact it is designed to work with weaker decryptors/rippers.

    Q: Is there any extra charge for BDFix?
    A: No, it is free for all users licensed for Passkey for BD or DVDfab BD functions (Copy, Ripper etc.)

    Q: How do I run it?
    A: See below, it's so easy! :
    • Start DVDfab
    • Click on the Utilities icon (1)
    • Add title(s) to fix (2)
    • Click "Fix" (3)




    Q: Can all Blu-rays be fixed this way?
    A: For most cases, eventually yes, but the the Cloud Decryption server must have the information on hand for your rip. So some new titles may not be supported yet or if your rip has a modified m2ts file it can not be fixed. Best to begin with a Clone or Full Disc ISO with no compression (BD50).

    Q: So I can time shift decryption using BDFix?
    A: Yes, just make a Clone of the disc to ISO and then run BDFix when the title is supported. No need to make a new backup, just fix the one you have and save time!
    Your playback problem is solved.

    Q: How long does it take to "BDFix" a Blu-ray?
    A: It can vary with content and internet speed, but generally just less than one minute, far less than making a new rip from a BD disc.
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    BD FIX seems not working for compressed file

    Wonderful feature!
    Using a BD50 folder treated with BD Fix (works perfectly) when this BD50 folder is compressed to BD25 the fix is not working,
    When trying to fix the BD25 folder, the fix does not work.
    As this is experimental, many thanks and hope you can fix it in next releases.
    Last edited by joseg; 06-25-2017, 07:20 PM.

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    • #3
      Hi joseg,
      Note in the FAQ that if the m2ts file has been modified (e.g. compressed) it will not work with BDFix, not sure if this can be changed.
      Supplying DVDFab Logs in the Forum ...........................User Manual for DVDFab v10 (pdf)................................ Guide: Using Images in Posts

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      • #4
        For now, BDFix only works with original BD50 rip, either ISO file or BDMV folder.
        DVDFab is the all-in-one software package for copying Blu-ray/DVD and converting video file.
        http://www.dvdfab.cn

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        • #5
          Many thanks signals & Fengtao for the answers.
          Considering that most of us are using BD25 it should be great if you could make it possible to work for BD50 (treated with BDFIX) compressed to BD25.

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          • #6
            I will consider it, thanks for your suggestion.
            DVDFab is the all-in-one software package for copying Blu-ray/DVD and converting video file.
            http://www.dvdfab.cn

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            • #7
              What if Cloud Decryption Server does not have that particular disc info, thus no way to bdfix it, any way that user can help to makeup the database?

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              • #8
                It generally requires uploading some files from the disc or in some cases the original disc or a PISO image of it. Hopefully you will not find many that are not supported, mostly very recent or just released titles.
                Supplying DVDFab Logs in the Forum ...........................User Manual for DVDFab v10 (pdf)................................ Guide: Using Images in Posts

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