[QUOTE=Dialysis1;2226773]There were many other routes they could have taken. I feel that this BD option should be a separate program just like VideoFab. It could have been called BDFab.[/QUOTE]
Ah! But then [B]not as many Guinea pigs[/B] would bite would they. Some, like me, would not install it until its fully functional and is at least useful.
WHy isn’t it useful (yet) for me?
- Does not remove protection (yet).
- Cannot compress (yet),
- No BD+ handling (yet).
Nonetheless, there might be a few who would want to back-up their “own” BD disk originals, but with BD (50GB) blank prices still high at the moment there won’t be as many as those who do their “own” DVD backups.
What someone like me would install this new option for would be the ability to recode to DVD or MP4.
So, again, to cut a long story short. It seems the business model used here is similar to MS. Let your users do the testing, see how it installs in the many, many systems out there. The more testers the better. Then we can sell them the registration if they still want it LOL!
Make it an optional seperate install and regain credibility, Fab!