Included UDF 2.5 file ripper?

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (Blu-ray issues)' started by centric, Apr 25, 2008.

  1. centric

    centric Member


    I a'm new to AnyDvd HD. Wonderful program! :clap:

    AnyDvd HD has a build-in UDF 2.5 file ripper. Can I make ISO files from it or what is the purpose for it?

    The reason I ask it because I want to rip my BD films to my HDD. I'm using ImgBurn and was thinking of what the difference is between:
    1) Using AnyDVD HD to both removing copyprotection and to rip the files and then use ImgBurn til make a ISO file (using UDF 2.5) from HDD.
    2) Using AnyDVD HD only to remove copyprotection and then use ImgBurn til make a ISO file (using UDF 2.5) directly from the disk.
  2. Fernando

    Fernando Redfox Development Team

    The required UDF version for BD or HD-DVD media is 2.5 or later.

    Windows XP and below do not have a UDF 2.5 file system driver and therefore cannot display the content of such discs. Without such a build-in parser AnyDVD couldn't access the disc on those computers too.

    And to your other question: There's no difference.
  3. centric

    centric Member

    Thanks! Good explanation.