[MPlayer-users] system-wide libdvdcss?
williamnorfleet2000 at yahoo.com
Mon Apr 3 18:59:40 CEST 2006
On Mon, 2006-04-03 at 11:35 -0400, Rashkae wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 03, 2006 at 02:08:30PM +0100, Raphael wrote:
> > Alexander Roalter wrote:
> > >Rashkae wrote:
> > >>On Mon, Apr 03, 2006 at 10:20:52AM +0200, Alexander Roalter wrote:
> > >>>RC wrote:
> > >>>>On Sun, 02 Apr 2006 22:11:52 -0400
> > >>>>William Norfleet <williamnorfleet2000 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > >>>>
> > >>>>>Encrypted VOB file! Read DOCS/HTML/en/cd-dvd.html.
> > >>>>Yes, quite possibly a bug in libdvdcss/libdvdread. Obviously, there's
> > >>>>one good way for you to find out...
> > >>>Although it looks like a decryption problem, with Sony DVDs you
> > >>>might also encounter their other copy protection mechanism, more and
> > >>>more to be found on newer Sony DVDs. OGLE handles them correctly,
> > >>>but mplayer doesnt. Ogle also uses system-wide dvdcss, but also
> > >>>information from dvdnav (IIRC), an I think this should also go into
> > >>>mplayer (not the navigation itself, but the ability to play one
> > >>>title according to the cell commands)
> > >>>
> > >>
> > >>Can Ogle extract the video stream from a dvd, like mplayer -dumpstream?
> > >
> > >Not to my knowledge, unfortunately (although I only played a bit with
> > >it to see if the DVDs were played correctly) it always uses the
> > >DVDnavigation mode, so I'm not sure how to get it to play title 1 or
> > >so..., and I'm also more at a loss as how to dump the stream.
> > >
> > >The situation gets worse and worse every DVD. With the 3 missing
> > >Seinfeld Seasons I'm absolutely sure they'll have this CP, and other
> > >DVDs from Sony also have these (last I found was Layer Cake,
> > >unfortunately nowhere mentioned on the cover/backcover).
> > Although I understand this is no consolation to linux users there are
> > numerous windows tools for playing DVDs with all kinds of protection.
> Xine also has no trouble with these. Alas, xine disables the stream saving feature for DVD's.. (how code like this gets into an Open source project without triggering a fork is beyond me.)
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That's my experience, too: Xine can play these DVDs using
libdvdcss2-1.2.9-1.i386.rpm (the latest version I can find), but not
with an earlier version (libdvdcss-1.2.8-2.network.i386.rpm, I think).
What options should be utilized with ./configure to get MPlayer to use
the system-wide libdvdcss rather than the version included with the
MPlayer source? A careful reading of ./configure --help did not reveal
an obvious approach, nor did a search of the archives of this list. An
old Google hit describes the use of "--with-csslibdir=DIR",
but ./configure execution halts with:
Unknown parameter: --with-csslibdir=/usr/lib/
/usr/lib/ seems to be where my system-wide libdvdcss is:
[bill at desk main]$ ls /usr/lib/*css*
[bill at desk main]$
[bill at desk mplayer]$ rpm -qp --filesbypkg libdvdcss2-1.2.9-1.i386.rpm
[bill at desk mplayer]$
So: Has "--with-csslibdir=DIR" been deprecated? Or am using the wrong
path to libdvdcss? Or should I be using some other ./configure options?
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