How-To Play Blu-Ray Encrypted/Retail Discs in VLC On Linux

This will play pretty much any Blu-ray released before 2012.

After that its a bit hit and miss because most blu-rays released in 2012 are using BD+ protection, and as of yet only AACS has been cracked using VLC (but BD+ has been cracked. But at the moment libbdplus hasn’t been made public because of legal concerns). Also most of FOX blu-rays use BD+ so they don’t work.

To get Blu-ray’s to work in VLC run these commands:

Code:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:n-muench/vlc
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install vlc libaacs0 libbluray-bdj libbluray1
sudo apt-get dist-upgrade

Now we need to make a aacs folder and download the keys:

Code:

cd ~/
mkdir -p ~/.config/aacs/
cd ~/.config/aacs/ && wget http://vlc-bluray.whoknowsmy.name/files/KEYDB.cfg

Thats it. Blu-rays will now play.

To play them in VLC. Open VLC and hit Ctrl+d or select Media > Open Disc…

Make sure “no disc menus” is selected. Now click on Browse.. and select the disc.

Then just click play.

For BD+ Blu-rays you can crack them in Linux but you need to pay for a piece of software, DVDFab HD Decrypter 8 (comes with a 30 day free trial). This works fine in Wine 1.4 and can rip BD+ encrypted Blu-rays.

The instructions above should work for other Linux distributions too, not just Ubuntu (Linux Mint, etc.), as long as you have VLC 2.0.x installed along with libaacs0 and libbluray1.

via ubuntuforums

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