You could use one of the following methods to extract a plain ISO:
- multiMAN (and maybe Iris manager etc.)
- certain PC BD-ROM drive such as SAMSUNG - DVDWBD SH-B083L, ASUS BC-08B1LT, LITE-ON iHBS112
Although these ISO's are 1:1 and clean, they do not contain the disc encryption seed (2 x 16 bytes) that is used for decrypting the ISO (the original ISO image still contains the disc layer encryption).
The only way to get these extra bytes for now (maybe until multiMAN is updated) is to use 3K3y Ripper / Cobra ODE... 3K3y Ripper injects the disc encryption bytes (along with 115 bytes PICZone data) into sector 2 of the ISO, so the ISO will no longer be a 1:1 copy then.. Not sure yet how Cobra ODE will store these bytes.
SCPH-7502 + SCPH-9002 + SCPH-102 (modded), SCPH-77004 (FMCB 1.8c)