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    If its an ISO with cinavia signal then offcourse anydvd will have to be running on the virtual drive. It can't prevent detection of the signal if anydvd isn't enabled on the drive, now can it :-)

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    Great news!!



    I've only got one Cinavia disc that I own (Think Like A Man), and I was contemplating not buy any that has that stuff on it, but it looks like Slysoft is to the rescue again!!

    I'm going to try it out on that movie that I have in a while.

    I can hardly wait until Slyce comes out, and then the eventual update to Slyce that can actually remove Cinavia.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ch3vr0n View Post
    If its an ISO with cinavia signal then offcourse anydvd will have to be running on the virtual drive. It can't prevent detection of the signal if anydvd isn't enabled on the drive, now can it :-)

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    So how does it work with folder rips?

    As James seemed to confirm it would work with BD folder rips too -

    Quote Originally Posted by James View Post
    Ripping Blu-rays to folder is very wrong. Don't do it.
    But yes, it will work for folder rips, too (if the player can play them).
    Edit - How I imagined it working was AnyDVD changes something in the rip that fools the software players. Once the changes are made and then ripped unprotected to the HDD (ISO or folders) then it would still fool the software players without AnyDVD running. I may be completely wrong though
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    Quote Originally Posted by ddjmagic View Post
    Just a quick question regarding the new Cinavia feature -

    If I rip a Cinavia disc to an unprotected ISO with 7.1.5.5, will that ISO then play in TMT5/6 without triggering Cinavia without AnyDVD running?

    Or does AnyDVD have to running on the Virtual Drive to disable Cinavia?

    I'm only asking as I do not have AnyDVD running on my Virtual Drive (never needed to as my ISO's are unprotected)
    Yes.. You must have AnyDVD 7.1.5.5 Running on the virtual drive to take advantage of this fix. It is my understanding that in no way does AnyDVD remove Cinavia from the image it creates.
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    I am thinking anydvd modify player or it's memory. However I could be wrong about my assumption.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaGoatRancher View Post
    Yes.. You must have AnyDVD 7.1.5.5 Running on the virtual drive to take advantage of this fix. It is my understanding that in no way does AnyDVD remove Cinavia from the image it creates.
    I know it doesn't remove the signal.

    I just can't understand how this would work on folder rips? As AnyDVD can not scan a folder?

    Do folder rips have to be made into an ISO file for them to work?

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    I am currently testing that right know with men in black 3 and will report soon once I have result ready.
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    Wow this thread blows me away one step closer I hope to complete Cinivia fix we all hope.
    Very nice just the new added feature for software players great work James many thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ddjmagic View Post
    I know it doesn't remove the signal.

    I just can't understand how this would work on folder rips? As AnyDVD can not scan a folder?

    Do folder rips have to be made into an ISO file for them to work?
    Quote Originally Posted by Hawk View Post
    I am currently testing that right know with men in black 3 and will report soon once I have result ready.
    On my computer arcsoft tmt stop working roughly after 20 minute. I am checking again to see if I can repeat it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ddjmagic View Post
    I know it doesn't remove the signal.

    I just can't understand how this would work on folder rips? As AnyDVD can not scan a folder?

    Do folder rips have to be made into an ISO file for them to work?
    One of the developers will have to answer the question about folder rips. I am with you. I don't know how it could work in this case either. My reply was in reference to virtual drives.
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