Aside from commercial Blu-ray movies released by major movie studios, consumer recorded Blu-ray discs, aka BDAV discs, are also very popular among Blu-ray enthusiasts.
Passkey for Blu-ray Recorder is designed to remove all the encryptions on this variant of Blu-ray discs, so that users can freely access the disc contents with 3rd party backup or playback tools.
Besides the basic decryption feature, Passkey for Blu-ray Recorder also offers users the primary BDAV backup function, in case they do not have such a tool at hand.
It allows users to make full disc copy to the unprotected recorded Blu-rays, and then save the output to computer HDD as ISO image files, or BDAV folders.
This BDAV Blu-ray decrypter can compatibly run side by side with all the popular BDAV copy software tools or BDAV media players without a single problem.
In other words, once the decryption is done, users can make backup copies, or watch the BDAV movies with whatever 3rd party applications capable of such missions.
How To Guide
Passkey for Blu-ray Recorder is designed with the capability to remove all the known encryptions on recorded BDAV Blu-ray discs, so that users can copy the disc contents with 3rd party backup tools, or watch the movies with other media players.
After downloading and installing Passkey 9 on your computer, double-click on its desktop shortcut icon to launch it up.
A few seconds later, the main interface shall be minimized to the system tray, at this point, insert the recorded BDAV disc into your optical drive.
At the system tray area, a small decryption window shall pop up. When the green bar reaches the end, it means the decryption is complete.