The OP has already received a reply from Slysoft, which reiterates what everyone else here has stated, and to the best of my knowledge, he has now created at least three threads concerning his issue.
" Mark Dudman
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Well the reply was ...
Thank you for your message.
AnyDVD has nothing to do with the copy process as such, it only enables the
copy program to access the DVD.
I wrote back and said, as this only occurs with this decrypter, please explain to me how it is not an Any DVD issue
Usual software support mentality, its not our fault, its somebody else's."
I believe what whisperer1 wrote (very much so, in fact) is on the right track.
- Ensure original menus are being preserved (if possible)
- Ensure all subtitles are being copied (not just English and the foreign subtitles)
- Use the standalone dvd remote, if need be, during movie playback, to select the appropriate subtitle option (it's often not subtitle 1 or 2, in these cases either).