I am trying to use Handbrake with Blueray discs, but whatever i do HB cannot read retail discs with third party.. Just like with libdvdcss u use in /lib folder for DVD protection, i gathered the same scenario would be true for Blue-ray, so after grabbing AACS dylib and .cfg in /Preferences, i fired up Handbrake, I didn't get the "scan anyway" which is a good sign, but then it failed . Looking at Activity Window i saw it couldn't even fine the dylib aacs library, Perhaps in wrong location ? The dylib file was dated this year and cfg last year,, and i was using Insidiious which is older that that, so its defiantly not issue there. Was i supposed to put the dylib in local folder not lib ? For now, i'm using MakeMKV, which probably means disabling SIP to put in /local folder and the rest is not eve required, but if I could get HB to work with Blueray, i'd rather use that, since although MakeMKV only outputs to .mkv format, i still need HB to do .m4v anyway for Apple TV. Therefore, i'd rather only do covert/transcode once, than twice, if u know what i mean. I've seen putting these files in correct location would allow VLC to play Blue-ray titles.... so i figured, well since the same instance allows HB to rip protected DVD's it would also be the same for Blue ray as well.. No ?