You aren't arguing with a moderator when I post here. I'm simply posting as a normal user.
For people who have AnyDVD installed the preferable way to handle not using it is to just disable rather than exit it.
Valid point however you said cptraddict was incorrect when he mentioned disabling rather than exiting AnyDVD. cptraddict was actually correct. For the purpose of using the script the check in DVDFab would need to be disabled.
What I stated was that if you simply disable and not exit AnyDVD then AnyDVD is in no way impacting another program accessing the drive. DVDFab won't have a problem caused by AnyDVD fiddling with the data.
Quite honestly the AnyDVD process does not use many resources and when disabled it should use even less.
That's true, I suppose, but it was cptraddict who initially posted about the command-line script for DVDFab and the problem with the warning dialog appearing as well as noting disabling rather than exiting AnyDVD.
Lastly, the last thing people should do is try to manually kill the AnyDVD process. It's protected. Either disable AnyDVD or exit it but don't try to kill the process.
Anyway, to each their own. In the end the important thing is getting the job done. I just don't agree that completely exiting AnyDVD is the best thing to do.