I don't have any Cinavia compliant hardware or software myself. It'll be nice to finally be able to detect it. Could be fun to play around in an audio editor to see what kind of distortion it takes to hide the watermark.
If I ever encounter such a file, that is. I haven't bought into Blu-Ray because of AACS (which is technically still uncracked) and the general evil of big media.
The command line nature isn't that much of a drawback.
Just create a text file containing the following:
"C:\Program Files (x86)\CinDe\CinDe.exe" %1 -t 0
Save it to the Desktop as "CinDe". Rename it from CinDe.txt to CinDe.cmd (Read this if you can't see the .txt part.)
Whenever you want to test a file, just drag it onto that file.
This assumes you've copied the CinDe folder from the zip file into C:\Program Files (x86). Edit that line to match wherever you've put it.
EDIT: It appears the front page version of this post has eaten all of my backslashes. Go to the forum version to see this correctly.