Question: Has anyone been able to get the correct kid:key by using the pssh generated by this script? I am unable to try as I do not have access to these sites. I did this as a mental challenge and verified via a init.mp4.
I have been informed that the license server desires the protection scheme, cenc (aes-ctr full sample encryption), to be included in the pssh.
I have updated the the script to rev v2 and attached it here.
With this modification, the length of the pssh string will increase to 76 characters.
Please place this new script in the same folder as the old. The new script is called ism2pssh_v2
It would be very nice if someone can give feedback as to whether or not any of these two scripts generates a pssh from which the correct kid:key can be obtained.
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Do me a favour and read the whole thread. This has been explained previously. You need to run in batch mode.
I took your data
here is your pssh
I did as you described here, but it didn't happen again. I'm doing something wrong, but I don't know, I'm so sorry, what am I supposed to do?
I managed to solve my issue.
Last edited by roniek; 5th Jan 2022 at 05:27. Reason: solved the issue
PSSH turns out to be too long how do I get it right
AAACZnBzc2gAAAAAmgTweZhAQoarkuZb4IhflQAAAkZGAgAAAQ ABADwCPABXAFIATQBIAEUAQQBEAEUAUgAgAHgAbQBsAG4AcwA9 ACIAaAB0AHQAcAA6AC8ALwBzAGMAaABlAG0AYQBzAC4AbQBpAG MAcgBvAHMAbwBmAHQALgBjAG8AbQAvAEQAUgBNAC8AMgAwADAA NwAvADAAMwAvAFAAbABhAHkAUgBlAGEAZAB5AEgAZQBhAGQAZQ ByACIAIAB2AGUAcgBzAGkAbwBuAD0AIgA0AC4AMAAuADAALgAw ACIAPgA8AEQAQQBUAEEAPgA8AFAAUgBPAFQARQBDAFQASQBOAE YATwA+ADwASwBFAFkATABFAE4APgAxADYAPAAvAEsARQBZAEwA RQBOAD4APABBAEwARwBJAEQAPgBBAEUAUwBDAFQAUgA8AC8AQQ BMAEcASQBEAD4APAAvAFAAUgBPAFQARQBDAFQASQBOAEYATwA+ ADwASwBJAEQAPgBLAGYAcQAzAGYAaQA3AHYARgBVAHUANwBaAE EAdwB2AE4ARgAxADIAOAB3AD0APQA8AC8ASwBJAEQAPgA8AEwA QQBfAFUAUgBMAD4AaAB0AHQAcAA6AC8ALwBkAHIAbQAuAGUAcg BjAGQAbgAuAGMAbwBtAC8AZQB4AHgAZQBuAC8AcAByAC8AcgBp AGcAaAB0AHMAbQBhAG4AYQBnAGUAcgAuAGEAcwBtAHgAPAAvAE wAQQBfAFUAUgBMAD4APAAvAEQAQQBUAEEAPgA8AC8AVwBSAE0A SABFAEEARABFAFIAPgAAAAA0cHNzaAAAAADt74upedZKzqPIJ9 zVHSHtAAAAFAgBEhB+t/op7y5LFbtkDC80XXbz
I downloaded the file and opened with hex editor.
I analyzed the contents, was looking for "pssh" inside.
Found it at the end.
Copied the hex, starting from the three sets of zeroes before the pssh (00 00 00) until the end.
The copied hex string I converted to base 64, and that was the result.
That's how I find it, as you said, and then I turn it here, but it doesn't give me the same.
Sorry, I don't know if this is the right discussion where to post my answer but I'm trying to get PSSH of a show that I want to download as you can read in my thread (https://forum.videohelp.com/threads/406472-Does-anyone-know-a-method-to-download-video...tPlay-it/page2)
I tried the tool ism2pssh_v2 installing it in this way:
put the file .cmd in a folder in C:
Add its URL to system path
Then I ran the command on cmd but it says "cmdcolor.exe is not recognized as an internal or external command etc."
Need to place "cmdcolor.exe" in your PATH.
Easiest way is to place all files in the same folder. Run the batch file from said same folder.
This is my manifest URL:
Can anyone help me out please?
Look into your manifest.
You will find "KID and from "KID" you can get "PSSH".