Neither of them needs AnyDVD. DVDFab has it’s decrytper built in and 1Click DVDCopy Pro uses CPRX technology which allows it to work perfectly with the free decrypter DVD 43. DVDFab cannot function with AnyDVD, but 1Click can if that’s what you’d like to use instead of DVD43. The good part of buying AnyDVD is if you were to eventually want to copy Blurays, then AnyDVD-HD is a must. It is the only decrypter that can defeat BD+ Bluray encryption.
People will evenly say good and bad about each of the programs. They both are relatively easy to use, but 1Click outputs a better quality back-up on higher conpression movies, movies like King Kong which is a 3 hour movie and requires a hell of a lot of compression to get it down to 4.35 GBs.
The good news is that you can use either for a free trial period. 1Click has a 10 day or three movie free trial period… and with DVDFab, not sure what their free trial period is now since they’ve restructured their pricing.
Give them both a try before you buy…