Anydvd cracks the decryption just fine if you'll look at the anydvd status window. What you're describing is called "structural protection" and cannot be removed on the fly. If you rip the disc with the built in anydvd ripper you'll end up with the proper double layer size (and no this isnt 8.5GB not even a double layer holds that, the 8.5 is in japanese gigabytes and those use 1000 per GB not 1024 wich it should be. The max a double layer holds is 7.96GB but thats besides the quesion).
Use the anydvd ripper or any ripper that rips via TITLESET and not FILESET to get the correct output size
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