AnyDVD HD bypasses copy protection
Slysoft has released AnyDVD HD version 184.108.40.206 which strips HD-DVDs AND Blu-Ray discs of their encryption and region codes.
Slysoft has released AnyDVD HD version 220.127.116.11 which strips HD-DVDs AND Blu-Ray discs of their encryption and region codes. It bypasses AACS, region coding and HDCP requirements, allowing PC users to play both formats without HDCP compliant hardware. (graphics card and monitor). The programme is intended to promote `fair use’ of high definition material, a move that is likely to be unpopular with the industry.
Because SlySoft is based in Antigua, the company claims that the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) does not apply to it. DMCA does not allow copy protection circumvention measures designed to protect unauthorized distribution of intellectual property. The concern for widespread piracy is alleviated by the fact that current replication costs are prohibitively high.
The software can also remove unwanted movie features, including subtitles and prohibition messages such as copyright and FBI warnings, according to the company.
If you are planning to move into high definition HTPC and if you haven’t recently upgraded your PC, then you are probably looking at a total revamp. A typical system would be an Intel Core 2 Duo processor, 1 GB of memory, a 256 MB high end graphics card and of course your Blu Ray or HD DVD player with the accompanying software.
*if you are wondering, Antigua is in the Caribbeans.