Originally Posted by Plugers
Cyberlink is about pissing me off. They stopped supporting new blue rays on the version I paid for, I don't want/need the new features, and want me to pay another $85 to watch my new BRs. AnydvdHD is cheaper......
Any good alternatives out there?
I have young kids who push the physical tolerances of BD disks. So I found it better to get AnyDVD HD, rip everything to a media server, and use a free player like VLC. I get to protect my physical disks without worrying about Cinavia problems.
If you aren't interested in playing rips, TMT5 is pretty good. I use it to play my Netflix rentals and it works like a charm. However, the newest version is Cinavia-enabled, so you will run into problem playing rips of Cinavia disks. TMT occasionally is offered at significant discounts. You can lurk around the slysoft AnyDVD HD forum to learn more about when the sales typically happen.