AnyDVD 4.5.4.1 available for beta testing

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#1

The most important change is the support for another version of ArccoS.

4.5.4.1 (beta), 2005 01 15

  • New: Added support for a new version of the “Sony ARccOS
    protection” as found on “The Forgotten” (US) to the option
    to remove “Protection based on unreadable Sectors”
  • New: Added support for the “Settec ALPHA-DVD protection”
    as found on “Old Boy - Final Edition” (Korea) to the option to
    remove “Protection based on unreadable Sectors”
  • New: Added names of protection (Arccos, Puppetlock, ALPHA-DVD)
    to information window.
  • New: Added Video Standard to information window
  • New: Added option to deactivate the CSS key archive
  • Change: Filesystem locking, to fix problems with autoplay
  • Change: Background of settings dialog
  • Fix: Information window could show garbage characters
  • Some minor fixes and improvements
  • Updated languages

Current download location:
http://update.slysoft.com/SetupAnyDVD4541.exe


#2

thanks to the “slysoft team” I am watching my backup of “the forgotten” thanks guys for the kickass program anydvd 4.5.4.1 beta . copied using clonedvd2 v2.5.4.3


#3

I needed to get this version in order to copy “The Village”. It wouldn’t work without it. (U.S. Version)

Thanks!


#4

can someone post a new link to 4.5.4.1 that link is down.


#5

http://www.slysoft.com/download.html


#6

Has anyone got the installation files (who wouldnt mind sending a copy via e-mail) for any dvd 4.5.4.1 beta because 4.5.5.1 has glitches


#7

QUICK RANDOM/OFF TOPIC question:

Does AnyDVD allow you to, in conjuction w/ CloneDVD, SKIP the transfer to Hard Drive step when backing up a movie?

I use dvdDecrypter and CloneDVD2. It takes Decrypter 5-10 minutes. Then Clone about 20 minutes.
Would/can it be faster to use AnyDVD?


#8

@Ice cold:
You can download AnyDVD v 4.5.4.1 beta form my upload link

4.5.4.1.txt (81 Bytes)


#9

Yes. AnyDVD would save you the 5-10 minutes DVD Decrypter requires (which quite fast, most DVD-ROM drives take longer), and the required harddisk space (5-8GB).


#10

Thanks for the replies guys. I definately know not to create a new thread for this. I did search for 30 minutes, but got lazy.

BTW, the drives I have:

Writer: NEC 3500-AG
ROM: Aopen 1648/AAP (fastest rip: 4:30! longest: 11:30)