If FluxDVD is too error prone, try AnyDVD

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  GristyMcFisty used our news submit to tell us about this interesting  story at the Inquirer, that speaks about issues with a new type of DRM for downloaded  movies                legally...
Read the full article here:  [http://www.cdfreaks.com/news/12233-If-FluxDVD-is-too-error-prone-try-AnyDVD.html](http://www.cdfreaks.com/news/12233-If-FluxDVD-is-too-error-prone-try-AnyDVD.html)

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Once again, CDFreaks is a little too late in their news coverage.

Care to elaborate?

Crabby i think he is talking about the first part of the story evidently he does not see that is is the Setup for the rest.:slight_smile:

hm! Didn’t realize FluxDVD was just another kind of DRM. These studios and DVD producers really are sneaky–not to mention plain nuts! Thanks for the news, and big thanks to Slysoft addressing this issue! Now I know why the new version of AnyDVD includes that. :slight_smile:

Maybe they need to call this protection by a new name. What you to do is drop the l and the x, add a c and a k…I’m sure you can figure where i’m going with this.

Or the fact that the software was available the Aug 18. So, first part is old, second part only a few days old.
[edited by GezusK on 22.08.2006 02:19]