Blue Ray Dvd's

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (Blu-ray issues)' started by goblue, Dec 26, 2007.

  1. goblue

    goblue New Member

    I have been using AnyDVD for some time now burning non Hd DVD's and have had no problem.I just downloaded the newest update.I also just purchased a Blue Ray player and tried to burn a Blue Ray DVD and nothing happened.So I have a couple of dumb questions.1.Does the computer have to have anything special to read the Blue Ray(special player) so Any DVD will decode it? 2.If I decode a HD Dvd will that now be able to play on the Blue Ray player?
    Thanks
    GoBlue
     
  2. plato

    plato Well-Known Member

    As far as I know AnyDVD does not support the copy protection BD+ (yet). So you are not able to create a copy of a BluRay disc. SlySoft said they are going to crack BD+ until the end of the year.
    (5 days remaining...:doh:)
     
  3. Adbear

    Adbear Well-Known Member

    Anydvd doesn't support HD, you need Anydvd HD to rip Blu-ray and HD DVD.
    BD+ is only on about a dozen Blu-ray films so far (all released by Fox) all the others just use AACS encryption which has been circumvented by Anydvd HD. HD DVD's can not be played on a Blu-ray player as they are different formats, but it is possible to make back up copies of your Blu-ray discs which if recorded back to a BD-r or BD-re should play back fine in a settop player as long as they're not the Fox BD+ discs
    As far as I'm aware Slysoft never said they were going to crack BD+ by the end of the year, that was reported in an article on another site and has never been comfirmed here.