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SlySoft releases AnyDVD HD beta

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 14 Feb 2007 11:26 User comments (13)

SlySoft releases AnyDVD HD beta SlySoft has released a beta version of "AnyDVD HD", which can now decrypt Advanced Access Content System (AACS) on HD DVD titles to assist in backup copying or in bypassing High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) restrictions enforced on incompatible display devices. The beta version is v6.1.2.0, here is the changelog...
  • New: Added support for new versions of the SONY ARccOS protection to the option to remove "Protection based on unreadable Sectors"
  • New: Added HD DVD and AACS support. (Registered users need an upgrade key, currently only available to registered beta testers)
  • Fix: Problem with multi-angle titles and Sony Arccos protection
  • Some minor fixes and improvements
This version of SlySoft's popular anti-DRM software also supports on-the-fly re-mastering of HD DVD. If you want to test HD DVD decryption but you have bought AnyDVD (not running in demo mode) you have to remove your AnyDVD license key (easiest way to do so is to rename the registry key
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESoftwareSlysSoftAnyDVDKey to something else using regedit).

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13 user comments

114.2.2007 11:42

yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhh

214.2.2007 12:16
webe123
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I guess the commercialization of a crack for blue ray is next.....LOL!

314.2.2007 15:24

If you have this program installed you don't need a HDCP compliant screen/videocard to playback HD movies!

414.2.2007 15:37

This was in the making and its great to hear. I always like a good news story of the week.

515.2.2007 13:46

serious who cares about HD? I know it won't be adaopted for awhile. 1/15 people own HDTV

615.2.2007 17:23

Yeah but they seemed to have forgotten us average joes who bought the AnyDVD software and other programs. They need to keep on top of AnyDVD and play with the new HD stuff as they have time. There are not enough owners of HD burners to warrant ignoring the older program. I for one will not be recommending it any more, when ripit4me works BETTER now.

715.2.2007 20:19
cappyx
Inactive

so much for hddvd and bluray should be implemented soon enough.

815.2.2007 20:53
aabbccdd
Inactive

but the problem right now it isn't cost effective to backup HD/Blu-Ray. DVDs burners are 600.00 plus dollars and blanks are very high

916.2.2007 2:58
webe123
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They will go down in price like any other new technology that has been out awhile....give it time.

1016.2.2007 10:25

so by the time bluray and hd burners become cheap as well as the media it will be just as easy to copy hd and blue ray titles as it is to copy standard def dvds, awsome.

anydvd is the shiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit!

1116.2.2007 22:55
webe123
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Originally posted by georgeluv:
so by the time bluray and hd burners become cheap as well as the media it will be just as easy to copy hd and blue ray titles as it is to copy standard def dvds, awsome.

anydvd is the shiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit!

I predict in about a years time they will pretty much be that way...mabye a little longer...but not much more, probably.

1216.2.2007 23:13
aabbccdd
Inactive

but the time issue backing up a HD-DVD might be a problem being the disc are 25 gig. so your looking at an hour and a half

This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 16 Feb 2007 @ 23:13

1317.2.2007 2:32

They have now released version 6.1.2.3 a combo of regular AnyDVD and HD AnyDVD.

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