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AnyDVD and Alcohol 120% updated

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 07 Jul 2005 8:11 User comments (3)

AnyDVD and Alcohol 120% updated One of the best ripping packages and one of the best burning solutions have been updated. AnyDVD has been updated to version 5.2.7.2 and Alcohol 120% has been updated to 1.9.5.3105.
AnyDVD 5.2.7.2:

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More support for Sony ARccOS protection added making it possible to rip new protected DVDs. Also added option to "Protection based on unreadable Sectors". Some minor bug fixes were made and a problem resulting in not all areas of ARccOS protected discs being replaced sectors was also fixed.

Alcohol 120% 1.9.5.3105:

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Several bug fixes were made along with updated language translations. Help files were updated. Several improvements were also made to the image making feature. Support was also added for ISO images that were made by MAC toast and other programs and also added CD/DVD device sharing service.

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3 user comments

17.7.2005 16:16

Let the updating begin.

28.7.2005 5:14

Alcohol 120% Info from the Alcohol Homepage: FIX Improved the accuracy of graphic of burning speed and image making speed. FIX Improved the speed and usage of memory buffer while burning and making image files. FIX Display more and correct name of DVD manufacturers in the advanced page of CDDVD manager while checking DVD media. ADD Added support for some special ISO image files, e.g. MAC toast mode ISO image file. ADD Add CD/DVD device sharing service FIX Help Files updated. FIX Improved the reading and writing engines. FIX Fixed Some DPM of DVD-ROM bugs FIX Fixed some minor bugs reported by users FIX Updated Language translations ADD Added Support for more devices, you can find more detailed information on our development page at http://www.alcohol-soft.com/devsupp/

38.7.2005 5:26

The new AnyDVD is great for hitch... i thought i backed my copy up fine but found that it had some issues. This took care of it perfectly!

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