AnyDVD HD Question

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (DVD issues)' started by Androo79, Jan 31, 2007.

  1. Androo79

    Androo79 Well-Known Member

    I researching upgrading my Desktop PC to be able to play HD-DVD movies. I am planning on getting the Xbox 360 HD-DVD Drive to hook up to my PC and I want to be able to play the movies from the PC on my HDTV.

    Will AnyDVD HD require the use of an HDCP compliant video card? I want to be able to rip the movies to my harddrive and them use a DVI-I to HDMI cable to output the video. I am not totally sure if this is even possible. Any input on this situation would be greatly appreciated.
     
  2. Peer

    Peer Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    Since AnyDVD/HD will present decrypted content (by decrypting it in the background) to any HD-DVD player, there will be no requirement for HDCP - neither graphics card nor monitor, since this is only a binding requirement for encrypted material.
     
  3. Androo79

    Androo79 Well-Known Member

    Sounds great. Cannot wait to add AnyDVD HD to my collection of great Slysoft products.
     
  4. wdgoldstein

    wdgoldstein Beta Tester

    Please..Please..Please

    AnyDVD folk PLEASE release an Alpha or Beta of AnyDVD/HD now. I was going to invest in an all new Video Card and Monitor JUST so I could watch HD-DVD's in all their glory. I have the output capabilities but my Video Card and Monitor are not HDCP compatible.

    ATI X1600 Video
    Acer 20" 1650*1050 Wide Screen
    MS X-Box 360 HD-DVD
    PowerDVD/HD
    and a Big Box with lots of horsepower and memory.

    I understand that there can be no support for an alpha or bata product but some of us registered users are getting very desprite.

    Thanks
     
  5. DetroitBaseball

    DetroitBaseball Well-Known Member

    I think the first stable is due out in a few weeks.
     
  6. sickboy88

    sickboy88 Member

    Hey sh-t, I guess it's finally time to rob a bank to get a:

    http://plextor.com/english/products/px-b900a.html

    Are you saying, that there is going to be a DIFFERENT product from the standard AnyDVD? If so, I don't think that will go over with anyone very well.
     
    Last edited by a moderator: Jan 31, 2007
  7. tequila66

    tequila66 New Member

    Then with AnyDVD/HD, can I see the hd-dvd movies without a hdcp card?
    Thanks.
     
    Last edited: Feb 2, 2007
  8. linx05

    linx05 Well-Known Member

    sickboy88, it seems you will have to buy AnyHDDVD separately from AnyDVD. But there will be an upgrade path James says.
     
  9. DrinkLyeAndDie

    DrinkLyeAndDie Retired Moderator

    *sigh* If you robbed a bank to get a PX-B900A then you'd be a fool. AnyDVD-HD will only work for HD-DVD from what has been stated by Slysoft at this point. The Plextor PX-B900A is only a Blu-Ray burner.

    It won't go over well being a new product? How so? I don't, yet, own a HD-DVD player [let alone burner] for my system. If they release a new update that handled DVDs and HD-DVDs I wouldn't want to pay an upgrade cost for this if I didn't need it or expect to use it. On the the other hand if they released AnyDVD-HD as a separate release and allowed existing owners of AnyDVD licenses to upgrade at a reduced price then I would agree with this.

    There's no reason to make a person who uses AnyDVD [and for anytime in the near future plans on not dealing with HD-DVD] pay for it.

    Anyway, just my two cents.
     
    Last edited: Feb 2, 2007
  10. Charlie

    Charlie Well-Known Member

    I understand it is the same just for newer encryptions.
     
  11. Androo79

    Androo79 Well-Known Member

    James. What are the hardware requirements for AnyDVD HD? I am researching what I need to upgrade.

    Currently I have a 2.4 Ghz Celeron. ATI 9600 SE. 512 RAM. I know this system sucks.

    Option 1 - Upgrade Vid Card to x1600 and RAM and keep processor.

    Option 2 - Upgrade to E6300 1.83 Ghz Core 2 Due. X1900 or X1950 Vid Card.

    I would prefer to save the money but not having to get new MB, Processor, and RAM but I realize that I may need to do that to be able to play HD. Currently I cannot get my system to display the King Kong HD-DVD that I ripped to my HD or even from the HD-DVD. I think it might partly be a software issue.

    Any advice anyone can give me would be greatly appreciated.