Originally Posted by leonsmit2003
AnyDVD is a small program that (in xp) runs on the taskbar - defeats css encryption and RPC11 in real time.
CloneDVD allows you to make a "backups" of an original DVD.
Like I said, K3b is my choice for burning cd's & DVD's but the problem is this - I need a some sort of util that will do the same as AnyDVD. CloneDVD is very cool in WinXP. You are able to re-author from original, drop chapters,choose specific audio streams and subtitles.
Linux doesn't have css-rpc1 coding. It doesn't limit you like windows do.
To bypass css encryption all you need is libdvdcss which is used by libdvdread. If your country
laws permit you to install libdvdcss (some distros don't include it) then you are done.
To bypass RPC2 you flash your drive with RPC1 firmware (or disable the check for some drives like
liteon) or use regionset program to change the region. Again it is your drive's issue and not Linux's
I don't know what CloneDVD does, but from what you say it works like DVDShrink, right ?
If yes, then you can use k9copy and tons other programs. If you search the forums there are
(I just answered to one