MyCE is not really set up for hosting large files, or any type of audio, so examples from the programs being tested will be found at Dropbox links. And fair warning, the clips will be permanently deleted soon, so if you want to hear the examples, get them within the next week.
This first link is to the entire folder of audio samples. Be aware that the original clips are fairly large, and the .wav file from DVDFab is also in the 32mb range. Each clip is taken from the same section of the two movies, very close to the start of the films, and each is about a minute in length. You don’t have to download the entire folder, each clip is available as a separate file.
Now we examine an individual sample from CloneBD. (Link removed) is from Pitch Perfect 2, and you can hear the odd echoing/hollow sound produced by their process. Also, the beat of the music is uneven, and pretty much ruins the sound. The uneven beat is also very apparent in the Kick-Ass sound clip.
This seems very similar to early attempts to defeat Cinavia, and though conversations are perfectly intelligible, when compared directly to the original sound, you can get a good idea of just how different the output from CloneBD/AnyDVD HD really is.
On the plus side of the equation for CloneBD, you are not required to download anything from the net in order to remove Cinavia, unlike the other two programs. And CloneBD can accept input as Blu-ray folders, or an ISO as well as straight from a Blu-ray disc. But I have to think that the strengths of the program lie in its video conversion capabilities, rather than Cinavia removal.
CloneBD’s regular price at the Elby site is â‚¬99.00 for the lifetime version.