Discussion thread for AnyDVD beta


Changes (merged with latest betas): 2007 10 26

  • New (HD DVD & Blu-ray): Added support for some popular MKBv4 discs
    (e.g., “Transformers” HD DVD, US)
    Note: Support for all MKBv4 discs will be added in a future release
  • New (HD DVD): Added new option to automatically rename the XPL file
    with the highest number. This option is very helpful, as it allows
    PowerDVD Ultra to play back new HD DVD discs from Universal.
  • New (Blu-ray): Added warning message, if disc is BD+ protected
  • New: Added directory listing to the AnyDVD_Info file
  • New: System info is now in separate file
  • New: Added info about IDE controllers to AnyDVD_Info
  • Fix: Integrity check could issue a false alarm on Windows 2000
  • Fix (DVD): AI Scanner could remove huge parts of a disc, because
    it thought they were never meant to be played (e.g., “Lost Season 2”)
  • Fix (DVD): AI Scanner problem with interleaved cells (e.g.,
    “Meet the Robinsons”, US)
  • Fix (DVD): Playback problems with movie only copies of Arccos protected
    discs made with CloneDVD2 on some DVD player models (e.g., “Saw 3”, US
    or “Hostel 2”, UK) using AI Scanner
  • Fix (DVD): CloneDVD2 error “ifomodify” with some Protect-X protected
    discs attempting a movie only copy (e.g., “One Way”, Germany)
  • Fix (DVD): On some discs, CSS decryption did not work properly,
    causing a PS18 error in CloneDVD / AnyDVD ripper
  • Fix (DVD): “IFOFormat 0” error on some new copy protected discs
  • Some minor fixes and improvements
  • Updated languages

Wow…now that’s programming…

Its only the beginning I think. All the great software companies will have to do this or not be able to compete, in this market.:slight_smile:

I agree with you. SlySoft you’re the best!!!