Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (DVD issues)' started by sheep, Jul 15, 2007.
Read about it here. Another two hours of work for you guys from slysoft.
Sounds to me like they're just trying to give protection to smaller companies, not actually changing RipGuard to something more 'powerful'.
Macrovision = ineffective and pricey . . .
"The cost for RipGuard-MOD ranges from less than a dollar per disc to a few dollars per disc, depending on quantity. The cost structure includes a reasonable, one-time set up fee for applying the copy protection to the master, and a per-disc license fee to Macrovision—a small price to pay for protecting your proprietary content."
Better that the folks who might consider signing up for this stuff expend their resources on better quality products, advertising and nurturing positive customer relationships.
as far as i can make out,it is just putting ripguard protection onto recordable dvd's for "independent producers...who create Recordable DVD Video products".
anydvd gets round ripguard.ripguard MOD isnt a new form of protection that anyone will be losing sleep over.
//Quote// ripguard MOD isnt a new form of protection that anyone will be losing sleep over. //Quote//
Did that ever happen? :doh:
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