Get WinX Blu-ray Decrypter for free

Thanks to tipster philcruicks in our forums, we have learned that you can get WinX Blu-ray Decrypter for free if you activate it before September 15th, that's a saving of $49.95!

Backup and Decrypt Blu-ray Video Disc to Your Hard Drive.

WinX Blu-ray Decrypter is able to decrypt any Blu-ray video disc, even encrypted with recent AACS MKB v25, BD+ and BD-Live, etc., and transform 3D Blu-ray to 2D video. It comes with 2 copy methods - Full Disc Backup and Main Title copy modes. You can get decrypted Blu-ray folder or HD M2TS videos on the hard drive.

Download the installation file and activate it with AR-TZTQTXHM-SMNZOO

WinX Blu-ray Decrypter is a professional Blu-ray decrypting tool for users to decrypt and backup Blu-ray Disc to hard drive as decrypted M2TS file. It is able to remove and decrypt Blu-ray AACS, BD+ copy protection, etc. With this program, you can effortlessly protect your beloved Blu-ray disc from scratch or loss.

Specially designed for Blu-ray copying and decrypting, WinX Blu-ray Decrypter is the best software for Blu-ray decrypting usage. With the simple UI, it allows you to backup and decrypt Blu-ray Disc (including protected Blu-ray) into HD video M2TS file in a few clicks. It also brings fast decrypting speed with high video/audio quality as good as that of the original one.

For personal use only.

Download: WinX Blu-ray Decrypter 3.0.0 | 5.7 MB (Free, time limited)
View: WinX Blu-ray Decrypter Website

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HoochieMamma said,

Says you have to activate before the 15th

So activate it. I'm sure you'll be able to run the application without a blu-ray drive just to activate it. Then just uninstall and keep the installer somewhere until you get a BD drive. Unless of course it doesn't work like that?

Avi said,
How does this compare to AnyDVD?

its free!....lol by default it makes it better!, no being serious...it's good always works smoothly for me and quite a lot of features. but since its free give it a try and see what you think.

philcruicks said,

its free!....lol by default it makes it better!, no being serious...it's good always works smoothly for me and quite a lot of features. but since its free give it a try and see what you think.

SlySoft is better. What it DOESN'T do is remove the encryption from the Blu-Ray level and allow you to use any encoding program to re-encode the directly to MKV or any other format you want without having to copy to HDD or m2ts first. This doesn't run in the background and automatically decrypt all drives. Not to mention the SlySoft HD descrypts both Blu-Rays and DVDs on the fly. You get what you pay for, or lack there of.

What happens if you install and activate it before the 15th, but have to re-install Windows in the future? I assume it will no longer activate?

Ace said,
What happens if you install and activate it before the 15th, but have to re-install Windows in the future? I assume it will no longer activate?

I didn't see it try to connect to any servers to activate. Maybe you could just set the date back and enter the key.

If there's no updates allowed for this, then it means you won't be able to decrypt any new blu-rays that have updated protections.

cleverclogs said,
If there's no updates allowed for this, then it means you won't be able to decrypt any new blu-rays that have updated protections.

Exactly my thoughts. If that's the case, then its useless.

I couldn't get full disc rips to play back in TotalMedia Theatre 3 but the individual files were fine. Then I noticed the folder still has the AACS folder. Deleting that makes it work fine (no idea why it keeps it in the rip).

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