I bought my daughter "The Secret Life of Pets" for Christmas and ripped it using AnyDVD HD and Clown_BD. The sound didn't work. On closer inspection in Clown_BD I could see that the audio stream said something about "TureHD, unknown parameters." I figured I would try CloneBD. I had that same result. No sound. I like to make lossless copies of my discs so I don't usually play with converting audio. However, this time I tried many different options but still now sound. I searched the web and forums and found out about Cinavia. I also learned that it has to be turned on in AnyDVD HD. I turned it on but still no sound using either Clown_BD. When I tried to do it CloneBD I also got no sound. I tried to convert the audio to DTS and Clown_BD runs for about 15 seconds and says it is done with no error message. I went back to the web to learn about Cinavia and found a utility called CinEx HD. It claims to be able to remove Cinavia without any sort of audio effects (they specifically refer to echo). I was able to find audio comparisons between the CinEX and the CloneBD solutions and the CinEx sounded better. So I have a few questions. 1) Why would anyone want to turn off "Remove Canvia" in AnyDVD HD? Why is it even an option? Should I just leave it on all the time? 2) How do I use AnyDVD HD with CloneBD and with Clown_BD to remove Cinavia? (CinEx did detect Cinavia in Secret Life of Pets Audio) 2) Is it worth $40 to buy CinEx to remove Canivia or can I get just as good a quality as AnyDVD HD without it? Thank you.