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Discussion in 'Convert DVD to another format' started by johnlorr, Mar 1, 2005.

  1. johnlorr

    johnlorr Guest

    Why is it they make anydvd so much money (39.00).It is a big gamble if you buy it. they may come out with new encryption that will knock anydvd out and then your stuck again. it would be much better and more affordable if they lowered the price people would subcribe more and not ask silly guestions.
     
  2. bilbo65

    bilbo65 Regular member

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    I think i'm seeing double. Check responses to your other post on same subject.
     
  3. CTxpress

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    Any DVD will update you for life time (as long as they are in business) I just got the new AnyDVD version update yesterday. So far I'm very pleased with AnyDVD.
     
  4. bjproc

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    Up untill now Slysoft has always come up with the updates for anydvd quicker than anybody else. I am a menber of another forum and the slysoft team regularly visit to here what people have to say about there program and any problems they have backing up there dvd collection.
    If there is a new copy protection out on a dvd, the slysoft team will ask what film it is and what region it is and they will get a fix for it.
    All you have to do is look at the slysoft site and check the anydvd history to see all the hard work they put into giving you a great program.

    I don't think that £21 is all that much for it, and a lifetime updates is even better.

    I hope this helps.
     
  5. flip218

    flip218 Moderator Staff Member

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    that is why they have a 21 day free trial. I bought it after the fifth day.

    I'll put my money on AnyDVD that it will break it before another software is able to.
     
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    I agree Flip! ANYDVD IS worth the cost. And I received email from them,(Slysoft) confirming the software WILL get FREE updates for Lifetime! Besides, IT WORKS VERY WELL too!
     
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    I have seen the slysoft team come out with an update hours after a new encription has been found. you can't get better than that.
     
  8. ScubaPete

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    Hey johnlorr,

    Your solution is right here ~

    It's called DVD43 and it fits your price range ~

    It works behind the scenes just like AnyDVD ~

    http://dvd43.com/

    Enjoy,

    Pete
     
  9. bilbo65

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    If AnyDVD doesn't decrypt a movie then there won't be much hope for anything else to do it either.
     
  10. Raven2005

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    Note to whomever thinks slysoft comes out with new copyprotections faster.........i disagree. Lightning UK (DVD Decrypter) always has the crack first. :)
     
  11. CTxpress

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    Hi all
    I agree with all of you in here. DVD Decrypter is also very outstanding program as AnyDVD. But I do understand the point that there are a lot people out there still don't really know the system well. They just want to point click,wait and done. Any DVD suits all of the beginners just like DVD X-copy used to be. With DVD Decrypter , it will take serveral steps further to get DVD done.
     
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    For a long time I had nothing but XCopy, and like the ease of use, but it is obsolete, so I looked for alternatives. Using the Scuba Pete guide you can still do a one click copy, using DVD Shrink to rip, and DVD Decrypter/Nero to burn. If you use AnyDVD in conjunction with DVD Shrink you can rip almost anything. You can still do a one click and walk away.
     
  13. bilbo65

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    It's always nice to see people take a simple process and complicated it for fun and I guess, challenge. Also, one needs to define "one click copying". I think there is some "new math" involved.
     
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    johnlorr has left the building 12 posts and 1 Afterdawn advertisement later.
     
  15. ScubaPete

    ScubaPete Senior member

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    Heh, Heh, actually there are 3 clicks -

    One - "Open Disc"
    Two - "Backup"
    Three - "OK"

    It's a "Killer" all right (Lol)

    Cheers,
     
  16. freedom2

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    Hello SCUBAPETE!!!!!!!!!!! just wanted to say HI to
    you, thanks for all the help you have given to
    me and everyone else aswell..then jump on this
    thread............................

    @johnlorr...as for ANYDVD being so much money ($39.00) well we must look at the whole picture here.........you get lifetime updates, you can
    share the proggy with your family or friends, use
    it on several different computers...........

    and then i think.. well that's the only money i have put out yet, we all have been using two of the best proggys out there for free,DVDShrink / DVDDecypter

    as far as Raven2005 stating, he disagree's, with
    ANYDVD being updated very quickly..well your by
    far wrong.........

    DVDDecypter was no where near updated that fast
    that i've ever seen, nor anyone else.

    so ANYDVD + DVDShrink + DVDDecypter for the small
    amount of $39.00 WOW........................

    like bilbo65 stated if ANYDVD can't do it.....
    well we all have a big PROBLEM..............



     
  17. bunnyrip

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    I agree! If anyDVD can't rip it. We are ALL in a Jam! I bought it. In my opnion it was the best 39 bucks I ever spent for such a program. (Actually a filter driver). Anyway, if you use anyDVD with DVD Shrink, you can tackle anything currently out!
     
  18. totipogi

    totipogi Guest

    why will u buy...if u can download the crack and reg key from the internet...even the latest version of anydvd.

    try [REMOVED]
     
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    i have purchased anydvd too and i find it VERY useful and with the lifetime updates, i agree with the other members it is well worth the money. the poster above me however, will get canned very shortly, "cracking software" illegally is not the purpose of these forums.
     
  20. Nephilim

    Nephilim Moderator Staff Member

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    Because we're not bottom feeders like you.
     
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