How Does Cinavia Work?
How Can Cinavia Affect You?
If you copy a Cinavia-protected DVD/Blu-ray disc to another blank DVD/Blu-ray disc, or convert it to popular video formats like MP4, MKV, AVI, etc., without removing the Cinavia watermark. While playing the copied disc or converted video file on Cinavia enabled home Blu-ray players, such as PS3, the playback will pause and audio mute, at around 20 minutes into the movie. As stated in the message code, don’t try to adjust the volume, because it won’t work at all. If your playback device does not have a Cinavia detector, then you are lucky. However, according to Blu-ray Disc Association, as of February 1, 2012, the Cinavia technology became mandatory to all Blu-ray disc players.
More Info: Full List of Cinavia Enabled Blu-ray Players
DVDFab Cinavia Removal Solution
From a consumer’s perspective, how do we, according to the Fair Use Act, practice our lawful rights to fairly use our purchased DVDs and Blu-rays for backup purposes and home use? The answer — we need a Cinavia removal solution. Luckily, Fengtao Software now has the world’s first complete and permanent Cinavia removal solution, DVD Cinavia Removal and Blu-ray Cinavia Removal. By working with other related products, the entire solution package can meet all levels of demands.
Solution 1: Disc to Disc/ISO Backup
Scenario: Copy the Cinavia protected DVDs & Blu-rays to blank discs to watch on a home Blu-ray player that comes with a built-in Cinavia detector, or copy them to ISO files saved on HDD to watch with Cinavia enabled media player software, such as certain versions of PowerDVD, and TotalMedia Theatre.
Solution 2: Disc to Movie Server
Scenario: Copy the Cinavia protected DVDs & Blu-rays to ISO/MKV files without removing the watermarks, and then watch them on the Movie Server that is not equipped with a Cinavia detector.
Solution 3: Disc to Video Files
Scenario: Convert the Cinavia protected Blu-rays to popular video files such as MKV, MP4, etc., and then watch them on a playback device that is equipped with a Cinavia detector, such as PS3, or a media player software, such as certain versions of PowerDVD, and TotalMedia Theatre.
Solution 4: Disc to Mobile Devices
Scenario: Convert the Cinavia protected DVDs & Blu-rays to popular video files such as MKV, MP4, AVI, etc., without removing the watermarks, and then watch them on portable and mobile devices that are not equipped with a Cinavia detector, such as smart phones and tablets, etc.