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AnyDVD's new AI boasts ability to crack future DRM

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375w ago - SlySoft claims AnyDVD now contains code that will be able to crack new DRM that may be added or changed in the future. The feature, officially called an "AI scanner" is supposed to work similarly to antivirus software, which can heuristically find new viruses. AnyDVD is a popular program for removing copy protection from DVDs, HD DVDs, and BDMV discs.

"The AI Scanner in AnyDVD is a new, pro-active copy protection circumvention method," said Giancarlo Bettini, SlySoft's chief executive, in a statement. "It allows the user to make safety backups of his DVD movies even if the newest anti-piracy technology is used. It is our belief that the AI Scanner will even work on protections yet to be released, so we see this as a future-proof technology. This is indeed a hard nut to crack for the copy protection industry."

As Blu-ray in particular was designed with an option to support changing DRM with player firmware updates, it's likely that AnyDVD's AI claims will be put to the test sooner rather than later. While it's possible it will work as advertised, SlySoft will certainly continue to provide program updates as new copy protection features are cracked. It looks like this is more of an attempt to reassure potential customers that future copy protection will always...
 

Gran Turismo HD to be Removed in Japan

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377w ago - Gran Turismo HD was initially intended as a limited time Christmas present of sorts for early PlayStation 3 adopters, but some nine months later, the free download is still available via the PlayStation Store. However, with Gran Turismo 5: Prologue on the horizon, Gran Turismo HD's days appear to be numbered -- at least in Japan.

GameLife reports that Sony will remove the title from the PlayStation Store in Japan this Sunday, September 30th. No word yet on whether the North American version of Gran Turismo HD will suffer the same fate, but we recommend downloading it immediately (wherever you are) if you haven't already. Along with the removal, the Japanese Gran Turismo website will no longer track rankings for the title, though the in-game leaderboards will continue to function.
 

Sony To Consider Bigger PS3 HDD For Japanese Market

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377w ago - While Americans and Koreans sun themselves from the collective glare bouncing off their shiny, whopping 80GB PS3s, other parts of the world make do with 60GB models. Japan, surprisingly, is one of them, but Japan's COrporate News are reporting that might not be for much longer, Kaz Hirai saying that Sony are considering "boosting" the Japanese model's HDD capacity, and also that they'll take user requests into account when making the decision. Japanese readers, if you're going to fire off a request to Sony, try and keep it sensible, OK? The thing's expensive enough as it is, it doens't need a gagillion-billion GB HDD. That would be silly.
 

Convert HD-DVD to Blu-ray and play on PS3

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378w ago - This step by step guide shows you how to convert an HD-DVD to Blu-ray that you can either put on a blu-ray disc or multiple DVDs. This can then be played back on your Blu-ray player including the PS3. No loss of quality, no reencoding. No more HD-DVD exclusives because they can be put on blu-ray.

Video: Convert HD-DVD to Blu-ray and play on PS3
 

XCM White 360 HDMI 1080i cable & XFPS Pro video!

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378w ago - Here are some updates from www.XCM.cc as follows:

The HDMI cable for Regular XBox 360 (White 360 console) is the world's first HDMI 1080i cable for Regular XBox 360, and with this cable you can enjoy the digital 1080i output signal on HD TV.. a Prototype picture is below!

This cable converts the analog signal to a digital one and acts as a HDMI digital signal solution for HDMI-less XBox 360's, while also sporting an extra RCA socket and optical socket for connection to speakers. The cable will also come with a HDMI to DVI adapter so it can be used on a PC as well as a HD TV.

The new XFPS Pro also has a HALO 3 VIDEO available demonstrating the XFPS Pro with Halo 3- cool stuff indeed!
 
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