I have found both hard DVDs and Online downloads (paid for & stored on my PC) from a site that uses Flux or Fluxplayer defeats AnyDVD. When I load either the hard disc or stored image they will be processed by Anydvd but the product is often un-useable with many, many partial images created of only parts of the original movie. On my PC the actual file will be in this format: Some_Movie_(Some_Movie)_NTSC. With each movie file will be a another separate file named - Some_Movie_(Some_Movie)_NTSC.fluxDVD.fmd . The movie file will be the expected size, the .fmd file only 1Kb. AnyDVD is paid for, not trial version. The burner/converter I'm using is (paid for & updated) iSkysoft iMedia Converter Deluxe 10.2.6 . However, even trying to play the files directly via VLC, say will fail to give usable image file. Defeating the PC stored image matters most since some movies are no longer available any other way and my stored copy is all to be had. PC runs Win 10. Does Flux Player defeat AnyDVD ?