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libdvdread probes for libdvdcss at runtime and if found, will use it to decrypt sections of the DVD as necessary. libdvdcss needs to be installed from third-party repositories (see README.Debian), it's not included in Debian.
What is this all about? ----------------------- libdvdnav is a library that allows easy use of sophisticated DVD navigation features such as DVD menus, multiangle playback and even interactive DVD games. All this functionality is provided through a simple API which provides the DVD playback as a single logical stream of blocks, intermitted by special dvdnav events to report certain conditions. Th more»
libdvdread for Debian --------------------- Many DVDs use CSS. To play these discs, a special library is needed to decode them, libdvdcss. Due to legal problems in some particular countries, Debian does not distribute libdvdcss. If it is legal for you to use CSS in your juristiction, you can: * Install the packages from <http://unofficial.debian-maintainers.org/>. * Manually download an more»
libdvdread (4.1.3-10) unstable; urgency=low * Updating standards version to 3.9.0. * Adding patch from Morten Sjøgren <email@example.com> to fix a segfault with newer DVDs. * Directing bug-script output to fd3 (Closes: #524126). * Bumping version in dvd_reader.h to match original upstream (Closes: #532438). -- Daniel Baumann <firstname.lastname@example.org> Mon, 12 Jul 2010 20:56:17 +0200 lib more»
libdvdread (4.1.3) * an embarassing amount of fixes regarding potential memory and resource leaks more»
Daniel Caujolle-Bert <email@example.com> Thomas Vander Stichele <firstname.lastname@example.org> Rich more»
Upstream-Homepage: http://www.mplayerhq.hu/MPlayer/releases/dvdnav/ Maintainer-Homepage: http://dani more»