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Wannabe Geek


# 22201 20-May-2008 11:50
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Hi i just got myself a HTPC with a blu ray/HD DVD player. Ive look around and can only see one progam that does region free (automatically) for blu ray and dvd discs.
The software i tired was AnyDVD and was great then i saw the price tag ($160nz)
I was wondering if there was any other software out there that does the same thing but isn't overpriced :P.
Ive been using Mymovies for HD DVD/Blu ray play back via vista media center.

Any help would be great, thanks!

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Master Geek


  # 132025 20-May-2008 12:13
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It might be expensive but AnyDVD HD is well worth the price. They update the product continually to fix any problems or get around new protection at no cost. As an example the BD+ functionality was added recently for no cost.

I think the only time they've played the chargable upgrade game is when they produced AnyDVD HD as a seperate product to AnyDVD. Kinda understandable though.

Wait till they do a discount though as they oftern do 20-40% off deals.

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Uber Geek


  # 132028 20-May-2008 12:24
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Klathman: It might be expensive but AnyDVD HD is well worth the price.


I second this.  I was using an evaluation copy for a while but decided to upgrade it during one of their 20% off promotions.  The fact that lifetime upgrades are free really interested me.

Grab it now before the dollar falls further!

 
 
 
 


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Master Geek


  # 132160 20-May-2008 20:20
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I can't agree more. Excellent product thats worth every cent.

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