I have tried many of the titles they have in the database I have copied to apple TV format many times and used it as a test format to see if it renders a decent Quality output Cinavia free.
I used TMT 6 for all the tests and the program worked excellent the sound is great not 7.1 but nice no Cinavia mutes ever.
Every thing is synced very well no problems there Video and audio perfect.
So Today I have tested a couple titles this time backing the titles up to a bluray to play on my Cinavia infested Sony BD player my first run I just backed up without using Cinavia module stuck it in the player and it was muted at the 20 minute mark.
Next I did the same title only this time I used the CinEx module and I am very pleased with the results no Cinavia mute at 20 minutes and the entire movie was fantastic in quality and sound.
To me this is great the only down side I can see is the limited number of databases for new titles but they have added a few more I guess Rome was not built in a day.
I took advantage of the upgrade offer for $34.99 for exsisting lifetime Dvd-ranger version 5 owners.
They no longer offer the upgrade from what I can see but the prices for a lifetime version 6 CinEX has dropped for $99.00 to $69.99.
I am not sure how the databases work but they do and I am posting this only because the might be a few of you that are interested in the program.
I am not interested in anyone starting another flaming war about the subject of how or why just reporting my tests and observations .
I really don't like the owner much with his attitude but I guess I can understand his point of being hammered anytime he posts anything.
The important thing to me is the program works for me and I am very pleased if your looking for 7.1 audio forget it for now it suits my needs.