Was just re-reading my post from earlier in the year …
I’m back to looking at paying for the latest AnyDVD (v184.108.40.206) to supplement DVDDecrypter 220.127.116.11 so I can do ISO Reads (ISO & MDS file creation to HDD for burning later back to DL media, whenever it gets cheap enough).
This is because I ran into trouble with ‘CAPOTE’ (Source Media Copyright Protection System Type: CSS/CPPM, Source Media Implementation Identifier: Daikin U.S. Comtec Lab). First time I’ve seen DVDD3540 fail with Daikin CSS/CPPM. DVDD3540 backed up another recent release of theirs, ‘DERAILED’, no problems (?)
Unless I’m missing some late-breaking info about other available ripper apps or updated features in CloneDVD2 (v18.104.22.168 - was what I’ve tried already), I would still rather use DVDD3540 so that my DL layer break info is preserved as per the original disc, and, so that I get everything on the disc - the DVD-ROM (PC Autorun) content (, and, all the other annoying crap).
Tools>Settings>I/O: ‘ElbyCDIO - Elaborate Bytes’,
Tools>Settings>General>Options: (uncheck) ‘Check For Structure Protection’.
T1249NTSCJ also made reference to “removal method disabled” … I wonder, was he talking about (unchecking) ‘Remove Macrovision Protection’ on the tab General>Options? Or, maybe he was really meaning about the (unchecking of) ‘Check For Structure Protection’, as per Olli?
Thanks for any help anyone can provide, FFF