DVD43 4.6.0

3.98 from 66 Reviews

DVD43 is a small utility which eliminates copy protection from DVDs. It is compatible with Windows 8, 7, Vista, XP and 2000.

If you have Windows 98 or Windows ME, we suggest you use DVDFab which allows you to rip all the files of a DVD to your hard drive and then copy with your favorite copy software.

You can enjoy your favorite movies regardless of the region the disc is set to work in.

DVD43 is pretty simple to use.

Install the software and forget about it: DVD43 runs in the background and decrypts movies without you needing to do anything. If you want to know the status of the application, look for its icon in the taskbar.

When the DVD reader is empty, DVD43 displays a yellow smiley face. When it detects a protected DVD, you will see a red devil face. After a few seconds, a green happy face appears which means the video is ready to watch or copy.

When you want to update DVD43, you need to uninstall all previous versions using “Add/Remove Programs” from Control Panel. Afterwards, delete all file from “C:\Program Files\dvd43” and reboot your computer.

Eventually, install the last version of the program and restart your computer once again.

The latest versions of DVD43 can decrypt newer DVDs with bad sectors and they feature improved support for bad DVD structure. DVD43’s developers have also added a Visual Studio C++ console application test code.

You can use DVD43 with various DVD players like WinDVD, PowerDVD or DVD2One and it decodes Content Scarmble System for copy or backup creation.

With this program, you don’t have to waste time to rip disc in order to watch it. DVD43 is also compatible with other software such as Pinnacle DVD Copy, Roxio DVD Copy, 1Click DVD Copy, Nero Recode etc.

This application has been created for legally produced disc owners who want to backup their DVDs and its developers prompt users not to use it for malicious purposes.

Changes in DVD43 4.6:

- Improved decrypting of newer DVDs with bad sectors.
* DVD43 Plug-in
- Improved support for bad DVD structure
- Added Visual Studio C++ console application test code

Reviews & Comments
DVD43 4.6.0
on 04 August 2013
After a long time since the question. First download the DVD43 Plug-In. It is for 64 bits, too. Click on the setup "exe" file, as administrator, alternative click... menu. And... Thats it!
DVD43 4.6.0
on 29 August 2012
It is much easier for DRM to be relatively impervious in 64-bit Windows. DVD43 came up with this stopgap method buy I believe DirectShow now operates as a kernel mode API and so video cannot be sampled off a DVD like original DVD43 did so well.

Anyhow, here's their link to the best effort: http://www.free-codecs.com/download_soft.php?d=5753&s=136&r= . This is DVD43 v1.0.0.5 and it's old. Make sure you are burning with "burnproof" and/or "simulate mode" on first, or just do a dry run before each title with a DVD-RW.

I have the Hunger Games (store bought) in my possession right now and it 5 2-hour "chapters" listed in the menu system. The copy protection is not getting easier!

My other suggestion is to use linux for this and other tasks. If you can get Linux Mint or Debian or Fedora to PLAY the actual content in VLC or mplayer, etc ... that means the stream (the demuxed mpeg2/VOBs are be written to display software in the clear.

That means that stream can be grabbed by anything: VLC, AcidRip, Lives, even Brasero. This is part of the reason why playing HDCP Blurays in most linux distros is difficult: the stream is not protected end-to-end.

Let me know if you have any more questions :)
DVD43 4.6.0
on 08 June 2012