Since Redfox, there has only been the one (AnyDVD HD) that does both.
From the pretty well written CDVDm Help and Manual:
Anytime you are having a problem with a disc, an AnyDVD log for each problematic disc, and whatever error you are receiving is needed to troubleshoot.
You can have multiple versions installed at the same time. I have always had the 1201 version and a 190x version at the same time. Just need to...
Don't worry about that, the link was for the 22.214.171.124 version. Just use it for what you need. That version works all the time, every time.
How much earlier, Slysoft license or Redfox license?
Right-click the AnyDVD icon (in the hidden icons by the clock) and select Rip Video Disc to Harddisk. You can then rip to any location you tell it to.
One thing that stands out, may not help this issue, but if you're going to do DVDs, you should set your drive region. Make sure you EXIT AnyDVD...
Did you read: https://forum.redfox.bz/threads/are-you-accepting-visa-or-not.79759/#post-529918
Keeping it in DVD format, you can keep the Menu. Mp4s do not have Menus, but are played as an individual file. If your tablet can play DVD format,...
You would probably get a better response posting this in the UHD section versus the DVD section.
Yes, CloneCD or CloneDVD either one. CloneCD would have to be full disc, CloneDVD you can select which Title(s) you want.
1) Saying that the update has now caused your drive to stop reading any disc is a bit of a stretch. If that update did do that, there would be...
Yes it will, you can use the name Zeus if you want to. If you use a CC, then the billing name must match, but other than that, it doesn't matter.
You activate AnyDVD via a key that is emailed to you after purchase. So long as you have your key, your name and physical location is unimportant...
Betas or the newest release are always the first post in the AnyDVD HD (DVD issues) and AnyDVD HD (Bluray issues) sections.
Sounds like a job for @Jill or @Ivan
This one tells you the issue
One thing that wasn't mentioned and might be slightly important, you MUST EXIT AnyDVD before checking or setting the drive region. AnyDVD CANNOT...
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