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Can't convert pvr.ccz with content protection to png #16

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chongchaoyu opened this issue May 28, 2018 · 4 comments
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Can't convert pvr.ccz with content protection to png #16

chongchaoyu opened this issue May 28, 2018 · 4 comments

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@chongchaoyu
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chongchaoyu commented May 28, 2018

If the pvr.ccz has been protected with a key, untp can't convert it to png successfully.
And I check the untp sources and the usage of TexturePacker, it has a "--content-protection" option, but this option looks like for encrypting the pvr.ccz, other than decryption.

Do you have some idea? Thank you!

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justbilt commented Jun 19, 2018

Sorry for later, i think it's an good idea.

TexturePacker does not provide decryption option, we should implement it by ourself. Fortunately, the decrypt arithmetic is very simple, just xor ever bit with key. We could ref cocos implementation:

https://github.com/cocos2d/cocos2d-x/blob/v3/cocos/base/ZipUtils.cpp#L58

I'm interested in it, i'll implement it soon.

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I am looking forward to it, thank you very much!

justbilt added a commit that referenced this issue Jul 6, 2018
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* feature/2018-06-22-protection:
  bomp version to 1.1.6
  feat: #16 param protection_key gui support
  feat: #16 decode protection pvr.ccz
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justbilt commented Jul 6, 2018

Sorry for later, this feature has been published at 1.1.6, hope u will enjoy it !

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chongchaoyu commented Jul 6, 2018 via email

@justbilt justbilt closed this as completed May 5, 2020
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