Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (Blu-ray issues)' started by phalluz, May 18, 2017.
Can Someone help me out?
With what? You're giving ZERO information about what the problem is. Read this https://forum.redfox.bz/threads/please-read-this-before-you-post.71489/#post-456465 and try again. Pay close attention to nr 3.
Won't play in TMT5 after the use of AnyDvd HD. This a Indicator label title which has a Sony licence.
Lets try that a third time, shall we? "Won't play" how? What's happening? Though it may simply be a TMT5 issue. The last update to that thing was around 4-5 years ago! and even TMT6 has been dropped by arcsoft. What happens if you play it in PowerDVD (you can trial this)?
Wil l try it on PowerDVD. This is the message I get in TMT. Copy detected (or a rip tool is running)
Logs from earlier Indicator releases were sent to a member of the staff by PM over a few months ago by someone at Tik and that was all to get the protection fixed. This is the first time I try to get it done by myself so I thought the Log was sufficient. I apologise for that.
Now we're getting somewhere. Welcome to the world of screenpass. @Pete your magic is required
I just got this disk today (UK Powerhouse/Indicator release). Many playlists, but AnyDVD doesn't indicate the correct one (yet!).
Logfile is attached
Sorry but it crack me up!
Ok, can you please create another log file now and post it? Then the disc can get fixed immediately.
Here's a new logfile from my copy
Dunno if you also need mine.
Thank you, it should be fine now.
Works now. Thanks
Should it also be working for TMT5 because I am getiing the same message as before...
Then post a new logfile. Make sure you do NOT press resume or it will load the wrong playlist and continue. Playback must start from the beginning
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Everything is fine according to that log file.
As Ch3vr0n said: make sure, the player doesn't resume from a previous session, otherwise it will just continue with the previously selected incorrect playlist.
Make sure, the player restarts the disc from the very beginning.
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