DVDFab HD Decrypter was a free software application designed to bypass protections when creating backups for DVD and Blu-ray movies on blank discs or the hard drive. This could have been done by copying the full disc or only the main movie.
Discontinued product, can still be used for free
The tool is now discontinued and has been integrated into DVDFab (the download link on Softpedia redirects you to DVDFab’s product page). If you have a trial copy of DVDFab, you can continue to use HD Decrypter for free upon expiration. It doesn’t require a working Internet connection, but it needs ImgBurn or Nero Burning Rom to be able to create backups for DVD and Blu-ray movies.
Intuitive UI for copying DVD and Blu-ray movies
Wrapped up in a clean and intuitive interface, the standalone utility offered support for both NTSC and PAL standards, and it gave you the possibility to preview titles using a built-in video player, as well as to import and create DVD and Blu-ray folders, along with ISO images. On other hand, it couldn’t be used for compressing DVD9 content into the DVD5 standard.
As far as configuration settings were concerned, DVDFab HD Decrypter enabled you to select the preferred audio track and subtitle language for reconstructing the movie file, change the DVD playback order, or remove PGCs (e.g. preview trailers, featurettes), among others. Multiple UI languages were supported.
In DVDFab, HD Decrypter is the component represented by the “Full Disc” and “Main Movie” copy modes. Apart from the features previously mentioned for the standalone product, you can edit the output volume label, view and save source information, as well as remove DTS and menus.
All in all, DVDFab HD Decrypter offers a simple solution for copying DVD and Blu-ray movies by skipping protections, and it can be used as a free component of DVDFab.
• Input: DVD-Video/ Blu-ray-Video disc, DVD/ Blu-ray folder, ISO image file
• Output: DVD-Video/ Blu-ray-Video disc, DVD/ Blu-ray folder, ISO image file
New in version 188.8.131.52 (July 29, 2016)
• New: Added the support for some new Java protections.
• New: Added the support for new DVD copy protection.
• New: Added the support to remove the Cinavia watermarks found on the Allegiant (US version), Spotlight (2015), Dope (2015), Zero Dark Thirty, The End of the Tour, Adventures in Zambezia and A Single Shot.
• New: Added more smaller font size options when adding the external subtitles.
• New: Added the support to output PCM audio track for the FUJIFILM conversion profile.
• Fix: An .m2ts file missing problem when compressing a Bly-ray full disc to BD25 size in certain cases.
• Fix: A problem that the conversion speed is slowed down when converting Blu-rays to DVDs with CUDA enabled in certain cases.
• Fix: A green screen problem when converting Blu-rays to mp4 files with IQS GPU enabled in certain cases.
• Fix: A problem that the frame rate turns to 24 fps after converting file sources of 29.97 fps to DVD/Blu-ray in certain cases.
• Fix: Some minor changes and improvements.
• Pentium II 500 MHz
• 256 MB of RAM (DVD)
• 10 GB of Free Hard Disk Space (DVD)
• A DVD-R(W) or DVD+R(W) Drive (DVD)
• 512 MB of RAM (Blu-ray)
• 50 GB of Free Hard Disk Space (Blu-ray)
• A Blu-ray Drive (Blu-ray)
OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 8.1 / 10 (32/64-bit)
Languages (29): Eglish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Spanish, Swedish, Czech, Dutch, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese (Portugal, Brazil), Romanian, Russian, Turkish, Ukrainian, Japanese, Chinese (Simplified, Traditional)…