One of the things you do when using a computer is to view movies.
If you don't purchase a movie, then you can find yourself with a copy that aims to create an inconvenience to you, hoping you will actually buy the genuine movie.
The problem with DVD movies that are not genuine is the fact that you usually have to deal with irritating menu clips, prohibition messages, subtitles, and other unwanted features.
But if you indeed have a genuine DVD, maybe you would like to be able to create a backup with a specialized software such as CloneDVD, after removing its copy protection.
A ripping tool that can help you in this matter is AnyDVD.
AnyDVD can decrypt CSS encrypted DVDs, granting you complete access to configure its various features.
The user interface is represented by a standard window, and you can access options on the right.
With this tool you can remove annoying clips from menus (including intro and outro clips), annoying titles shorter than a given number of minutes, and you can also configure subtitle transparency (thus, choosing 0 will “remove” it).
In addition, you can enable HD DVD and Blu-ray support, remove first play title, adverts and trailers, user prohibitions or parental restrictions from HD DVD or Blu-rays.
Speed control can also be enabled for a video DVD, audio CD, or other types of disc.
AnyDVD supports several languages, and its memory usage is fair.
What's left to be said? Everything went smoothly, and we couldn't find one bad thing about AnyDVD. It definitely is a software we recommend to all users.
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What's New in This Release:
· New (Blu-ray): Updated decryption keys
· New (Blu-ray): Support for new BD+ protection
· New (Blu-ray): Support for new Java based protection
· New (Blu-ray): Added dialog to ignore the "VerifyTitleKeys failed" error
· New (DVD): Support for new copy protections
· New: Added PowerDVD 11 & 12 version information to logfile
· Change (Blu-ray): Processor with SSE no longer required for certain discs
· Change (Blu-ray): Removed "A, B & C" selection from Blu-ray region code settings.
· They only confused people.
· Fix (Blu-ray): Incorrect region code detection with some discs
· Fix: Installer didn't set correct user permissions
· Fix: Drive sense codes were not forwarded correctly
· Some minor fixes and improvements
· Updated languages