I use AnyDVD to rip my DVDs to my harddrive and this is the first time I've seen Slysoft recommend that you don't use AnyDVD to rip. Is this a marketing ploy to get users to buy CloneDVD or are there other legitimate reasons. I find the above statement a little troublesome.Originally Posted by [url=https://www.videohelp.com/tools?tool=AnyDVD
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anydvd is not a ripper. it is a copy protection remover. if he can get a few more sales of clonedvd out of it why wouldn't he try to promote it as a ripper to go along with anydvd. it's possible there is a movie it does better than a straight file copy with windows, but i can't see any pressing reason to use it either nor have i needed it.--
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Originally Posted by aedipuss
AnyDVD does have a ripper and it's different (or appears to different) than a staight copy in that it can remove unreferenced and blank cells.
I've been using the AnyDVD ripper with that option checked for a while now without problem.
I'm just curious why all of a sudden the recommendation to use CloneDVD to rip now appears in the AnyDVD changelog.
All I know is this: Look at the RipIT4Me forums, Using AnyDVD followed by FixVTS, I had the first successful WORKING rip of Attack Force. FBI, INTERPOL, sony splach, then movie - all other looped the first two. Whatever the tool does, it does well.
The guys at RipIT4ME (great work) spent two days hard work on that one - Slysoft had it already - no updates, just the download from the site.
Anyway: Why only get $39 when you might get double.
No problem with their products (except when pushing CloneDVD on an encode - blockiness) as they update more than many.
If you do use the AnyDVD ripper, you need to run FixVTS - that may be what Slysoft is trying to avoid by recommending CloneDVVD.;/ l ,[____], Its a Jeep thing,
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Originally Posted by rkr1958