You can do what I do if you want AnyDVD support and use my script to rip it to protected ISO. Then you mount that with Virtual CloneDrive and use it just like a "friendly drive". I do this all the time because I use CloneBD to create my MKV's due to their MLP support (TrueHD/ATMOS) in MKV being rock solid for me. Save this to a bat file and edit it for your local environment: Code: @echo off cd /d "C:\program files (x86)\MakeMKV\" makemkvcon64.exe info disc:0 cd /d "C:\Program Files (x86)\ImgBurn\" ImgBurn.exe /MODE READ /SRC G: /DEST d:\ISO\[DISC_LABEL].ISO /START /CLOSESUCCESS The disc:0 needs to match your drive for MakeMKV. The G: needs to match your drive letter. And the d:\ISO needs to match wherever you want to output your ISO. This will create a protected ISO that can be mounted in Virtual CloneDrive and used with AnyDVD just like a friendly drive.