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  1. szescxz

    VRV exclusives

    Any news on Gary and His Demons EP 12?
  2. szescxz

    Ripping from Amazon Video

    Although I don't see problem when receiving response from Amazon license server, this piece of code gives me a thought that gzipped response might not being uncompressed correctly when dealing with binary-form license (since this is the case for bitmovin). I'll take a look anyway!
  3. szescxz

    Ripping from Amazon Video

    I'm not using those python scripts at all (they are not necessary anyway, and I know how to generate those required files), but I'm unsure about the cURL part... I thought the current master branch is already using cURL?
  4. szescxz

    Ripping from Amazon Video

    The thing is I can't even make it work with bitmovin's example video, while radlee claims that widevine_decrypter does work with it. I even merged all the fragments (including the init.mp4 of course) but still didn't work. Do you have any idea about this? My license_key.txt is https://widevine-proxy.appspot.com/proxy||R{SSM}|R
  5. szescxz

    Ripping from Amazon Video

    Depends, new releases are encrypted, but some of the old ones are not. PPG Dance Pantsed Special is one of them. I didn't claim that my WVDownloader works NOW, and if someone has a working version, they would probably not want to share the details, so just stop asking WVDownloader-related questions.
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    Ripping from Amazon Video

    Just re-tested with my WVDownloader RAW dump, and the FFmpeg way would be something like ffmpeg -f rawvideo -pixel_format yuv420p -video_size 1920x1080 -framerate 24000/1001 -i "input.raw" -vf shuffleplanes=0:2:1 -c:v libx264 output.mp4 Just adjust video_size and framerate accordingly.
  7. szescxz

    Ripping from Amazon Video

    Just dump it as-is? I don't know how exactly WVDownloader works but I don't think FFmpeg should be involved here. I personally don't prefer exporting them as PNGs as well. I can upload some RAW files generated by WVDownloader if you need some hint on this. Also, did you manage to decrypt the audio? I haven't figure out how to patch the whole program to the latest version of inputstream.adaptive yet...
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    Ripping from Amazon Video

    Tried with another old Amazon video that was once rippable by wvstream. I'm pretty sure Amazon didn't change anything with this one (level up its encryption and such) For video decryption, the error does not occur immediately anymore. Everything else stays the same (both files are still unplayble, and MediaInfo says they are still encrypted). So as I said before, I believe the reason why "bad_alloc" appears immediately for the video is video_decrypter doesn't support "Decode Video" (as in WVDownloader) yet. If Data Rocks really gets a huge RAW output file with his modified version, that should further proves my point, since the newer version of inputstream.adaptive definitely supports video decoding. The error itself, as the GitHub repository owner stated himself, is caused by a bug in his own code instead of the code imported from Kodi repositories. I also tested with Google Play, which returns "No MOOV in stream" error instead. I guess the program is looking for some information (I'm not sure what it's exactly called) in the manifest file, while Google Play puts them in the video/audio file instead?
  9. szescxz

    Ripping from Amazon Video

    Don't think this applies to Amazon. Decrypting video results in "bad_alloc" error immediately after receiving response from license server; decrypting audio, however, blocks the program for a while before the error occurs. Both output files are unplayable. After checking the code, appearently the version of "inputstream.adaptive" library used by video_decrypter is somewhere between 1.0.6 and 2.2.2, while the latest (also the one used by Kodi 18) is 2.2.24.
  10. szescxz

    Ripping from Amazon Video

    For me, the "decrypted_path" has 600GB of free space which is pretty enough IMO... unless you mean I have to clean up my C drive. I believe @Data Rocks is using a modified version which changes the default behaviour from decrypt to decrypt & decode. BTW I can't even decrypt audio? The program stucks for a while and then "bad_alloc" error (probably caused by https://github.com/x-hgg-x/video_decrypter/issues/10), unlike video which prompts the error immediately. The output file is unplayable.
  11. szescxz

    Ripping from Amazon Video

    Kodi 18 works with Amazon. Yep, not the stable release.
  12. szescxz

    Ripping from Amazon Video

    Nobody said it's an Amazon Video Downloader. "Dragon Quest X: All in One Package" You can download this purchase again at PC software / Game Download Library. If you need help please refer to the help page. Please send your suggestion here.
  13. szescxz

    Ripping from Amazon Video

    I don't know if Hulu still works (my subscription has expired), but here it is. No "Decode video" required when I try this. Note that you have to edit settings for EACH playback. Make sure you refresh the page after you switch to another video. When sniffing URLs you should get both two of the following: https://manifest.hulustream.com/dash/<example>.mpd?user_id=<User Id in Hulu settings>&language=en&region=US&version=1&device=<Device in Hulu settings>&cdn=<Cdn in Hulu settings>&auth=<Auth in Hulu settings> https://license.hulu.com/dash_wv_license/content/<example>/<License token in Hulu settings>?region=US Just copy & paste them to the corresponding place. Video ID is from the URL of the page. https://www.hulu.com/watch/<Video ID> There might be no advantage from a programming perspective, but at least it is a download method for me. Also, I think we can decrypt the audio anyway? (I'm unsure whether the audio would also be decoded before it leaves widevine)
  14. szescxz

    Ripping from Amazon Video

    Some time ago the whole URL of request looks like this: https://atv-ps.amazon.com/cdp/catalog/GetPlaybackResources?asin=<example>&consumptionType=Streaming&desiredResources=AudioVideoUrls%2CCatalogMetadata%2CForcedNarratives%2CSubtitlePresets%2CSubtitleUrls%2CTransitionTimecodes%2CTrickplayUrls%2CCuepointPlaylist%2CXRayMetadata%2CPlaybackSettings&deviceID=<example>&deviceTypeID=<example>&firmware=1&gascEnabled=false&marketplaceID=ATVPDKIKX0DER&resourceUsage=CacheResources&userWatchSessionId=<example>&videoMaterialType=Feature&operatingSystemName=Windows&operatingSystemVersion=<example>&deviceDrmOverride=CENC&deviceStreamingTechnologyOverride=DASH&deviceProtocolOverride=Https&supportedDRMKeyScheme=DUAL_KEY&deviceBitrateAdaptationsOverride=CVBR%2CCBR&titleDecorationScheme=primary-content&subtitleFormat=TTMLv2&languageFeature=MLFv2&xrayDeviceClass=normal&xrayPlaybackMode=playback&xrayToken=NEUTRON&playbackSettingsFormatVersion=1.0.0&customerID=<example>&token=<example> This was where you get your customerID and token. You can still see this URL in your debugging tool of your browser without the customerID and token part, since Amazon now uses cookie to identify you instead.
  15. szescxz

    Ripping from Amazon Video

    "when it still works", so not currently. But still Kodi has to get the decoded video data during playback right? So why not just dump that data into a raw file, that's exactly "Decode video" of WVDownloader. I mean, I just hate screen recording, I'd rather do encodes based on raw files if possible.
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