[QUOTE=Kerry56;2586596]I’m not so sure making the ISO straight from the disk would be the best idea…I know it was mentioned before, but ImgBurn will reproduce the structural protections, just like the ripper in AnyDVD.
So, if you want an ISO file from the dvd, I would rip the entire dvd to the hard drive as files using AnyDVD HD . Then import the files into ImgBurn to make the ISO. This might be overkill…being very cautious…but it would probably be the best solution if an ISO is what you want from a dvd. If AnyDVD shows that the dvd has no structural protection, just CSS, then you can use it to make the ISO without having to go to the trouble of ripping as files and then using ImgBurn.
When working with a blu ray, AnyDVD HD can make the ISO for you without worrying about structural protection schemes…they don’t exist in blu ray.[/QUOTE]
Thank you for reply
For part of it, it would seem to be that I am not only one having issues using built-in AnyDVD HD ripping option, so I may not be at fault full on the problems I have found so far.
For DVD I have great success to rip with DVD Shrink with AnyDVD HD driver loaded and active. This works and is reliable so that I can stop a diagnosing of what problems happen with AnyDVD HD built-in ripper for DVD.
I will use 3rd party Blu-ray program mentioned earlier also in conjunction with AnyDVD HD so that AnyDVD HD only provides decrypt not rip and should also avoid problem that I and others are to be having.
I think to my mind I have it sorted out and know what to do to make it work reliably for me.
I thank you all for helping