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Transformers - HD DVD

Discussion in 'HD DVD discussion' started by mattkind, Oct 19, 2007.

  1. mattkind

    mattkind Regular member

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    Just watched it now . It is amazing on HD , glad that paramount picked HD DVD
     
  2. motaman

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    Thanks for the info. I'll be watching it tonight on my new Toshiba HD-A35. We watched in the movie theater, and loved it.
     
  3. saintf

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    Has anyone been able to decrypt Transformers in HD DVD? The latest dvdfab hd just sits there like a lump for me and anydvd hd tells me that I need to update my aacs keys for it. As far as I'm aware the dvdfab hd beta hit the scene after transformers was released on hd dvd.
     
  4. Bohefus

    Bohefus Regular member

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    Latest AnyDVD HD works 6.1.9.3 26gb
     
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  5. zapper

    zapper Guest

    Excuse this question but why would you want to copy the DVd their is no HD-dvd burner that I am aware of.
     
  6. ZoSoIV

    ZoSoIV Active member

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    that is correct just Blu-Ray burners at this time only
     
  7. Bigperm88

    Bigperm88 Guest

    They are probably intending to watch it on the HTPC, and have no intention of burning it. Or you can encode it on multiple DVD9.
     
  8. thezone52

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    With Hard drives as cheap as they are now I've decided to store all my HD and bluray movies on hdd. Until such time as i can get my head around x.264 and compress them to a practical size. In the meantime this new copy protection MKBv4 is proving a bit of a pain. Anydvd will read and allow playback of the disc but i can't rip it with dvd fab platinum even the latest version. Nor can i rip it with anydvd. Can anyone help?

     
  9. vamsilak

    vamsilak Regular member

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    yes it is true and smart way to do it
    (saving on hd's)
    remember 90%of the dvd backup-freaks( no offense)including had a problem when we tried to backup
    in the begining
    it will be same issues with hddvd and bluray burning

    now saving on hd maade simple by anddvd and dvdplatinum
    thanks to them
    but laying the content is another issue

    iam feeling dumb bought powerdvd ultra for 99 dollars and i was not able to play the content from hd
    please help
    thanks in advance


     
  10. thezone52

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    vamsilak, If you don't have a HDCP compliant monitor/tv with HDMI connection or an HDCP enabled video card you will also need anydvd to play HD-DVD or Blu-ray.
     
  11. vamsilak

    vamsilak Regular member

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    hey
    zone man
    thanks dude
    i do have hdcp complaint monitor
    it had dvi -vga
    and my graphics are ok ithink 8500gt from nvidia
    ido have the xbox hd dvdrom
    now aim looking fothird party player that can play the hd dvd content from my harddrive
    by the way i do have the dvdfab and platinum
    anydvd-i have trail version i don't know if this is sufficent for 21 days

    is ther any third party sifty to play comfy of hd content from my
    hardy disk
    windvd8 from jap forget it
    i do have pdvd ultra
    no luck
    please help
     

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