the dark knight

nomi401

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man o man! the dark knight is out and buyer beware. i tried using both MacTheRipper and Handbrake and neither can read the DVD. Guess WB got smart with some super new fancy RCE.

has anyone decrypted TDK yet?
 

acosmichippo

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yeah... good to see that's happening more and more. When i got The Happening on BluRay, it had a digital copy.
 

acosmichippo

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My "TheHappening" Blu ray came with two discs: the bluray with the normal high-def movie, and one DVD with the digital copy on it. No bluray player was needed to rip the digital copy.
 

SikShift

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yes, it does, but I think it only comes with the bluray version? Am I wrong? I hope I'm wrong!
Nope, it also comes with the regular DVD's. I just bought The Dark Knight (awesome movie BTW!) last night and it had a coupon inside with a code for the digital copy so you could copy it onto your computer.
 

efuseakay

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I don't use my Mac to rip DVDs anymore. Dark Knight was ez on the pc. DVDFabHDDecrypter. Save as ISO. DVD Shrink to remove all the extra bs. Then save again as ISO. Then burn to disc with imgburn. :)
 
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I got the Steelbook!

I got the Steelbook from Sam Goody/FYE:



Yeah it's expensive, but it's teh hawt! :cool:

And obviously, it comes with a digital copy. Warner Bros. is probably the best company at providing digital copies of movies on DVD.