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Is DVD-Cloner for Mac able to remove ARccOS protection?

Article ID: 286
Last updated: 19 Nov, 2015

Yes. DVD-Cloner for Mac can remove the ARccOS protection, with the technology similar to CPRx, we call it SmartAnalyzer™. It can quickly find the scratched areas of the disc and make perfect 1:1 copies.

 

 

 

 

What is ARccOS protection? What is CPRx tech?
ARccOS (Advanced Regional Copy Control Operating Solution) is a DVD copy-protection system made by Sony. It is designed to be an additional part of CSS to deliberately create corrupted sectors on the DVD and cause copying software to produce error. Unfortunately, some DVDs with ARccOS can not be played on some DVD players. Therefore, Sony announced a future firmware update for their players to make up for the incompatibility issue. Sony has offered to replace the discs for owners with problems. The revised discs will have a newer version of ARccOS coding built in it, which is more compatible with DVD players. Since there is protection, there is something to break the protection, and one of them is CPRx technology, which is unique and innovative solution to copy new DVD movies which contain broken sectors or structure. Nowadays, many movies are created to make it difficult for backup software to copy them properly, so as to result in error during or after the copying process. To copy a DVD properly, you must own powerful software with CPRx technology. Here I recommend DVD-Cloner for Mac which can decrypt various copy protections like CSS, Sony ARccOS protections and RC, RCE protections and can remove region code.



Article ID: 286
Last updated: 19 Nov, 2015
Revision: 1
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