Will AnyDVD and CloneDVD work with MS Vista?

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Woof, Jan 28, 2007.

  1. Woof

    Woof New Member

    I am about to get a new computer. Has anyone used the programs with Windows Vista yet? Are there any problems?
  2. rolling56

    rolling56 Well-Known Member

    Yes. AnyDVD will be working for HD-DVD discs soon also but not sure about B-Ray. I don't have Vista but people say all 4 products work fine.
  3. andy_mitchelluk

    andy_mitchelluk New Member

    I have had AnyDVD installed on Vista RC1 b5728 & RC2 b5744 Beta Builds and I can report that it works fine on these 2 Beta versions. A friend of mine has the full build of Vista and also has AnyDVD which, again works as normal.

    Last edited: Jan 28, 2007
  4. jaymc

    jaymc Member

    Anyway, we'll know in 2 days! :clap:
  5. dabrace1984

    dabrace1984 Member

    I am currently running Vista Enterprise Edition on a business computer, I've had it since the first week of December and AnyDVD runs without any problems on Vista.
  6. DetroitBaseball

    DetroitBaseball Well-Known Member

    Slysoft has already made their products compatible with both Vista 32 bit and 64 bit.
  7. T-F

    T-F Active Member

    Works great with Vista - No need to use XP ever again...
  8. Wildrat

    Wildrat Well-Known Member

    Is Vista even worth getting? also a question about the HD-DVD's, if you do not have a HD TV is there any reason to get AnyDVD-HD till you get a HDTV or it's a free or severely discounted upgrade?
  9. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    No. (my personal opinion)

    No, unless you want to use your PC monitor as a HDTV (PC monitors usually have a high resolution)
  10. Wildrat

    Wildrat Well-Known Member

    Thanks James! That is what I thought about Vista also after reading reviews. Seems it's got a few upgrades and a lot of fluff that makes it a memory hog, and they (MS) want way to much money for it as usual.
    I will likely get the new version of AnyDVD-HD anyway. The wife has me watching as my son is remodeling the kitchen and living room and she has been looking at theater seating and projection units. Do you know of any good projection units that they don't want a small fortune for?
  11. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    Define "a small fortune". :)
    It is difficult to give you an advice, as choosing a projection system highly depends on the size of the room, the size of the screen, the lighting (can you darken the room like a real cinema?) the view distance from the screen...
    For a screen width up to 100" I would recommend the new JVC HD-1/RS-1 unit. It is not "cheap" (US$ 7,000, maybe you can get it for less), but has a flexible Zoom Lens & Lens Shift, 3 LCOS panels (I am very sensitive to the rainbow effect of single chip DLPs), full HD resolution (1980x1080), supports 24p (great for a media center PC running XP, PowerDVD Ultra, AnyDVD HD & ReClock), and the best - it has a native on/off contrast ratio of 15000:1 (!!!!) without dynamic iris or other tricks.

    HD really shows its strength on large screens. You will be amazed. On small (normal) sized TVs when you are watching from a normal distance, HD is IMHO a waste of money.