Anydvd (HD) 6.8.9.0 RELEASE

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (Blu-ray issues)' started by Ch3vr0n, Dec 8, 2011.

  1. robert r

    robert r Member

    Thanks, guess I've never had a read error with AnyDVD scanning to see the dialog box pop up.

    It is curious to this non-tech guy that with all the read errors with dirty/scratched DVDs I get in CloneDVD, that I have never had one in AnyDVD. They must be reading different info???

    Only scan DVD's. Scans now run 30-45 seconds for 7 - 8 Gb dual layer retail discs. The prior version seemed to run half that, but I never actually timed before now.
     
  2. RBBrittain

    RBBrittain Well-Known Member

    Notice the key word (now in bold) in my earlier response:

    The AnyDVD ripper is a separate program included with AnyDVD proper; think of it as a simpler, dumbed-down version of CloneDVD, but with BD support added (CloneDVD won't clone BDs). Until this update (or perhaps a beta or two before), if a read error occurred it would retry a set number of times and then abort the copy. Now, you'd get the Windows version of the old DOS "Abort, Retry, Ignore?" message--except you use CloneDVD instead.

    I doubt this behavior extends to the initial scan AnyDVD performs on all inserted discs. However, the odds of an error occurring on that scan are much lower; it only scans a few key places such as encryption keys, the disc table of contents, directories, JAR files for BDs, and key locations for DVD structural protections. The scan takes longer for DVDs than BDs because there's no known structural protection for BDs (though Sony BD-Java protection is sometimes mistakenly called "structural").
     
    Last edited: Dec 15, 2011
  3. DukeOfUrl

    DukeOfUrl Well-Known Member

    Nitpick of the day: When you select Rip to Image, the "Go" button says "Copy DVD". It should say Copy Disc (AFAIK it says "Copy DVD" whether DVD, BD, or HDDVD disc).

    TIA for fixing it! :)
     
  4. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    that's up to the one who translated the language file.
     
  5. RBBrittain

    RBBrittain Well-Known Member

    Since he's apparently referring to the English-language version, that would be SlySoft... :eek:
     
  6. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    or to the one in his native language (if non-english), but posted it here in english so everyone could read it / understand the problem :p
     
  7. bwhipp

    bwhipp New Member

    Issue with DVD Catalyst 4.1.2.0

    I don't always update to every patch, so a week ago I went from AnyDVD HD 6.8.8.0 to 6.8.9.0 and it caused bad behavior using Tools4Movies DVD Catalyst version 4.1.2.0. It causes "Drive X removed" messages when scanning to crop area and will then stop prior to converting the DVD to the .mp4.

    I tried a couple of the settings in DVD Catalyst to use a slower mode, plus I tried AnyDVD Aggressive I/O on and off, with no luck. Only when I downgraded to AnyDVD HD 6.8.8.0, did it work again as expected.

    So something changed between 6.8.8.0 and 6.8.9.0. I'll try the next version, but make sure I always have 6.8.8.0 to fall back on.

    Regards,
    Brian
     
  8. FurryGuy

    FurryGuy Well-Known Member

    Update to the latest beta, 6.8.9.0 had some problems.

    The latest beta is 6.8.9.2. If you still have problems after upgrading please create and post a system log for the developers to assist in finding out what the problem might be.
     
  9. jdobbs

    jdobbs Member

    I don't get all this "ripoff" talk anyway. Who cares? It's not like removing extras is some new and unique idea. It has been happening in DVDs for years. Just because two programs do something similar it doesn't mean there is any "ripping off" involved. If that were the case pretty much all the code written in the last half-century would fall suspect.
     
    Last edited: Jan 3, 2012
  10. SamuriHL

    SamuriHL Retired Moderator

    Agreed. Thank you for your comment and your excellent work. :)

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