Discussion in 'Third Party Products' started by kevman15, Jan 22, 2008.
Makes a perfect full Rip of Mr. Woodcock. Anydvd 6010,Dvdfab4050.
Always disable AnyDVD when using a ripper.
OK - but - if you're using DVDFab - why did you think AnyDVD was necessary at all?
I used DVDFAB and it tells me to shut down AnyDVD. I do not think AnyDVD is running in the background or you would receive the same message.
This message can be deactivated in options.
For the time being this option actually is useless with AnyDVD 126.96.36.199 & 188.8.131.52 beta. Due to the AnyDVD process now being AnyDVDTray.exe rather than AnyDVD.exe it doesn't get detected. This change was a result of adding support for IDVDInfo2::GetDiscID support.
Refer to James' post here for the explanation: http://forum.slysoft.com/showpost.php?p=83993&postcount=13
DVDFab will have to be updated to detect the process so for now people have to remember on their own.
I'm a little confused. It seems that some say that there's no problem for AnyDVD to be running with DVDFab (just a warning message that can be turned off if you do not care to see it).
Does AnyDVD need to be deactivated for DVDFab to work? Or is it a situation where some versions don't interfere with each other, but some updates do? (I'm just curious - I'm not a DVDFab user. But who knows, maybe someday?).
Generally, it's not a good idea to have two decrypters running at the exact same time (especially when one of them decrypts on the fly).
I have accidentally left AnyDVD running while using DVDFab and it never caused any problems but, as Webslinger said, it's not a good practice.
OK, that make perfect sense and clears it up for me. Thanks.
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