Anydvd HD 6.2.0.1 released

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (Blu-ray)' started by Webslinger, Nov 21, 2007.

  1. Webslinger

    Webslinger Retired Moderator

    6.2.0.1 2007 11 20
    - Note to people considering to invest in HD media: Please buy HD DVD
    instead of Blu-ray. HD DVD is much more consumer friendly (e.g., no region
    coding, AACS not mandatory, no BD+). Don't give your money to people,
    who throw your fair-use rights out of the window.
    - New: Installer now terminates processes using ElbyCDIO
    - New: Added LBA to dirlist.txt for debugging
    - New: Added PowerDVD version information to AnyDVD_Info file
    - New (HD DVD & Blu-ray): Support for all MKBv4 titles
    - New (Blu-ray): Workaround, so PowerDVD Ultra continues to play, if
    AnyDVD is enabled
    - New (Blu-ray): AnyDVD ripper copies BD+ titles
    - New (Blu-ray): Removed "BD+ not supported" warning, as all available BD+
    titles can be copied with AnyDVD ripper, or can be watched on HTPC without
    HDCP using PowerDVD 3104 and AnyDVD.
    - New (DVD): Improved Layer break removal in AnyDVD ripper
    - New (DVD): Added more debugging information of AI Scanner
    - Change (DVD): If logging is enabled, AI Scanner is set to "Deep Scan"
    for better debugging
    - Fix (DVD): CSS and APS problem with certain discs,
    e.g. "Hairspray", US
    - Fix (DVD): AI Scanner could cause a "CloneSpec 0" error with Alpha-DVD
    protected discs, e.g. "Mr. & Mrs Smith", Germany
    - Fix (DVD): AnyDVD ripper estimated wrong output size with FluxDVD protected
    DVDs, e.g. "Curse of the Golden Flower", UK
    - Changelog merged with beta versions
    - Some minor fixes and improvements
    - Updated languages

    click http://static.slysoft.com/SetupAnyDVD6201.exe
     
  2. hotdog453

    hotdog453 Well-Known Member

    I'm assuming nothing has changed in regards to BD+ from 6.2.0.0, etc? It still just copies the folder, correct?
     
  3. James

    James SlySoft Development Team Staff Member

    Correct. :agree:
     
  4. devil869

    devil869 Member

    Great job ;)

    Can I ask something, how is the progress with fine tuning of BD+ crack? Can we expect BD+ to be cracked before January?
     
  5. peterbus

    peterbus Well-Known Member

    nice to see the upgrades coming thick and fast,hope it helps with some of my unplayable discs:agree:.as for power dvd , dont download the update 3516,its a disaster,no hdd play and error messages on a lot of discs,stick with 3319a for the minute:(
     
  6. gwolfman

    gwolfman Well-Known Member

    I currently have 2911 installed, anyone think I should update to 3104a.1?
     
  7. woods

    woods Member

    I thank for an effort of your team very much.:clap:
    I can play PowerDVDULtra (3516) and 6.2.0.1!

    But only one has a mysterious phenomenon..
    PowerDVDULtra gives an error when I play "die hardware 4,0" (region A).
    An error code is "80040216".
    I can play other BD without a problem.

    By the way, I consider what I cannot play from HDD to be a problem of PowerDVDULtra side...:eek:

    Thank you
     
  8. James

    James SlySoft Development Team Staff Member

    Yes, 3104 fixes many problems of 2911 (and introduces only minor ones).
     
  9. buspilot

    buspilot Member

    Is there a way to get 3104 or 3119a? I installed the latest update, then had to go back to my original version (2830) when I discovered I couldn't play from my HDD anymore. I don't have the intermediate versions. I can't find a way to download prior versions on the Cyberlink site.
     
  10. SuperGoof

    SuperGoof Well-Known Member

    James, how difficult it is to change book type for BD-ROMs to "BD-RE" instead of "DVD" as you do with this workaround (this is what IsoBuster shows)? May be WinDVD BD will then play discs as well when AnyDVD is enabled (except for BD+ titles perhaps). Actually, WinDVD BD plays the movie I burned to BD-RE disc with AnyDVD enabled, even though IsoBuster reports it as DVD-RW. So may be it is not necessary to make it BD-RE, just make it DVD-RW in all cases. I'm not really a fan of WinDVD, but there are people who like it.

    Thanks.