Anxioiusly waiting for AnyDVD HD

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (Blu-ray issues)' started by europeman, Feb 9, 2007.

  1. europeman

    europeman Guest

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  2. simple

    simple Active Member

    LMAO!!!:D what hd drive do you have??
     
  3. europeman

    europeman Guest

    Toshiba X-box Drive

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  4. simple

    simple Active Member

    your as bad as me LOL, ive just been and bought a vga connector :D but still need the xbox hd dvd to match:doh:
     
  5. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    Betatest is already running...
     
  6. iansilv

    iansilv Well-Known Member

    Anydvd-hd will get rid of the copy protection, so will the dvds just play without the menu- am I wrong that hd-dvds simply start playing when you load them instead of going to the menu?
     
  7. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    Depends on how the disc has been mastered. But AnyDVD HD lets you modify the mastering "on the fly", so you can *make* every HD DVD start with the feature.
     
  8. simple

    simple Active Member

    n i cant wait to get my mitts on this
     
  9. KoRn

    KoRn Well-Known Member

    Good news. I hope AnyDVD HD does only have few bugs.
     
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  10. simple

    simple Active Member

    if it does have bugs ,,,, trust me when im up and running i will find them i have the knack of breaking things:agree:
     
  11. cobra-ak

    cobra-ak Member

    Can you down convert to DVD albeit w/ compression to DVD?
     
  12. TM2-Megatron

    TM2-Megatron Well-Known Member

    AnyDVD HD won't do that... you'd need some kind of HD equivalent to CloneDVD (or an updated version of CloneDVD that can read HD-DVDs through AnyDVD HD, or something). Apparently, the HD-DVD standard supports HD-DVD structures on a red-laser disc. However, in many cases you'd be dealing with a lot of compression. Many HD-DVD releases are on the 30GB discs, and even with a DVD+R DL you're looking at considerable compression; you wouldn't even be able to split it over 2 discs.