[QUOTE=voxsmart;2661589]I’m desperately trying to find the correct place to post this.
The latest updates from the programme have “CINAVIA” in them. If you scroll down after clicking on update, you will see a notice stating this.
To me this is crazy! how can TMT5 playback files or folders from your hard drive if the original disc has Cinavia on it? :a
I guess downloading a new copy will also contain Cinavia. It’s not worth buying now and I will not update it. I must find an alternative for the future.[/QUOTE]
I already posted about Cinavia in the latest TMT 5 in this thread: http://club.myce.com/f32/commercial-software-players-detect-cinavia-drm-329380/#.UI6c8YaiWtc
All of the commercial software players will be forced to put in Cinavia detection eventually, except those that ignore AACS certification like the DVDFab player. Slysoft may eventually make a player.
If you don’t need menu support, many free players can handle ripped blu ray, and don’t have Cinavia detection. Media Player Classic Home Cinema is one. Playing menus and easy selection of extras is the real problem right now in the free players.