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Jan 30, 2007
I understand now it is recommended that if you wish to rip a dvd to the hard drive,you should use CloneDVd and not AnyDVD.
Can Anybody tell me why there has been this change?
Thanks and Regards
I'm thinking it is cleaner an unaltered, But if I use a third party compressor I use CD2 to rip as it is more compatible.
Yes, CloneDVD has a greater ability to fix (as it is ripping) purposely mis-structured DVD originals than the present version of FixVTS that is included in AnyDVD.

I think the problem is that FixVTS is a great tool but it is designed to fix structure protections statically and it is difficult to implement it's magic into a program that wants to "on-the-fly-fix" errors during the active ripping process.

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Thats great.
I am now pretty much in the picture.