The ultimate Cinavia removal software review – all applications tested

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We’ve just posted the following news: The ultimate Cinavia removal software review – all applications tested[newsimage]http://www.myce.com/wp-content/images_posts/2015/05/cinavia-alguien-me-explica-de-que-va-esto-original-95x75.jpg[/newsimage]

Our forum administrator Kerry56 has posted a review in which he compares the only three applications that are currently able to make backups of Cinavia protected movies. All of them allow users to end up with a movie that doesn’t trigger the Cinavia detector anymore.

            Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/ultimate-cinavia-removal-software-review-all-applications-tested-79147/](http://www.myce.com/news/ultimate-cinavia-removal-software-review-all-applications-tested-79147/)

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#2

Good work Kerry. :clap::flower:

Well written, unbiased and with conclusions supported by what was observed.

(Or to put it another way - exactly what we expect from the MyCE reviewers. :iagree:)


#3

It was a great review and I agree with all the aspects, but for me I would rather have my Cinavia solution. I went to Ebay and bought an OPPO BDP-93 that doesnt detect Cinavia and I do not have to use any of those programs, and there are hundreds on Ebays cheaper than the OPPO, just buy one.


#4

Same here I bought a BD player that was pre-2012 so no Cinavia playback problem for me.


#5

^:iagree: If I ever fall victim to an impulse and buy myself a stand alone Blu-Ray, I will make sure I buy one that is smart enough to be dumb about Cinavia… or it will not be bought. You don’t go audio-watermarking in the holy temple of the audio gods, audible or not :wink:


#6

[QUOTE=Xercus;2772426]You don’t go audio-watermarking in the holy temple of the audio gods, audible or not ;)[/QUOTE]
Or to use a less polite analogy… :p:iagree: