This discussion is not about BluFab or AnyDVD. It is about the DVDRanger program. What those other programs do is immaterial to this discussion. Period.
Your database files do contain full length versions of the audio streams. There is no question of this so [B]lying about it [/B]will not convince anyone of anything different. The audio is not particularly good, but the database, once run through your program gives either an aac or ac3 audio stream that is from a copyright source. This has been shown repeatedly. I have two of the streams myself.
On one hand, CinEx HD do not produce DTS-HD: This shows again that you all do not understand Cinavia.
I have never once claimed that your program does produce this type of audio. I have said only that your program does not produce the same quality as seen in the original source material, even at the best of times.
What kind of nonsen this is? The shadow audio is nearly good enough to watch the movie but the final output, full restored is not?!?!
I have never said this. Not once. Do not try to put words in my mouth, particularly since you are so poor at your own attempts at communication. The audio from the database file is understandable. It is recognizable as from a copyright protected movie. That is its source without question. And you do not have the legal right to distribute them.
There is a huge difference between making copies of movies that you own, and distributing those movies without legal license to do so. This is something that you cannot seem to understand in these discussions. This forum does not, nor has it ever, promoted the illegal distribution of copyright protected materials.