I have an AMD based CPU (Ryzen 3900X) and due to that I need AnyDVD HD to playback my UHD media. It plays back with PowerDVD but recently a DRM patch came out (not sure if it was just me, I made a post about this the other day) which prevents me from being able to screenshot or share my desktop with my friends to watch discs with them (through Discord) so I started to use Corel WinDVD for it and it works perfectly. But this only works with Blu-ray, PowerDVD will read my UHD media and play it fine but WinDVD will not despite having BDXL support. I checked their site and found out that you need an Intel CPU to play it back, I even tried ripping the disc to my HDD and it kept saying it was unsupported, trying to play the disc itself would come up with a Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library "Runtime Error! Program C:\Program Files (x86)\Corel\WinDVD12\WinDVD.exe abnormal program termination" error and close the program. Is there anyway I can use WinDVD to playback my UHD discs as normal without an Intel CPU? FYI; WinDVD does play the video files inside the disc if you select them one by one. But the disc has over 150 video files in it for some reason and they are not sorted. I would rather play the disc itself. The disc is the Australian 4K release of Wall-E.