DecryptHD 0.5 Description:
DecryptHD software can be used for realtime HD DVD decryption while streaming the decrypted movie to the player. It uses drive authentication to obtain the volume ID from it. This means it doesn't use a key database, but you do need a real drive. Without a real drive there's probably no point in realtime decryption anyway. Not wanting to watch all files on disc starting from A to Z, this also means it works on a per file basis. You have to specify the file you want to watch. At the moment, this tool is Linux only for the simple reason that it's my normal desktop and development environment (Debian). So it's kinda obvious the targeted player is mplayer because of this. This is also where the streaming comes into the picture. The ffvc1 decoder not only works for normal playback from harddisk, but also supports streaming. The current status of the tool is that it works and runs stable. But I've only tested it with the Bourne Supremacy, but I'm hoping that it should with all HD DVDs released to date. Mind the "hoping" though since a 1 disc test is not a 100% guarantee. See this as a testrun. It's written in C++ and if there's demand I'll release the source once the rough edges are gone. Also need to improve the subset-difference stuff first, it's kinda sucky the way it's implemented right now. Also both currently discovered processing keys are in it (let's get this into the open right away). The advantage of this is that there's no fiddling with keys, but the downside is that when keys get revoked/discovered, this will require an update of the app. Maybe I'll make a different solution at a later time, who knows.