Ok, so you've got yourself a new 3D-capable 120Hz monitor for playing back games and videos in stereo 3D mode, but then you also decide to take advantage of that higher refresh rate even when playing back non 3D videos like Blu-ray Movies. You set your display to 120Hz and try to run the Bly-ray movie and then something is not right and the reason for that is the HDCP protection that is being used with the Blu-ray video. But why it is not working when your new 120Hz monitor does say HDCP compliant? There is one interesting catch that nobody is focusing on and that is the fact that your new 120Hz monitor is indeed HDCP compliant, but only when used at 60Hz refresh rate. So in order to playback the Blu-ray Movie you need to lower the refresh rate to 60Hz and that may introduce some jitter as the 24p video is being played back on 60Hz, but when being played back with 120Hz the jitter should be gone. However the HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection) is preventing you from doing that as currently there are no 120Hz monitors that are HDCP compliant in 120Hz you'll have to either go for the not so good 60Hz mode or find an alternative solution. And one such alternative is the SlySoft AnyDVD HD software, a commercial application that allows you to go over some of the annoying limitations that you get when you don't want to be a 'pirate'‚?¶
One of the best features related to the issue above that comes with the AnyDVD software is that it allows you to watch movies over a digital display connection, without HDCP-compliant graphics card and without HDCP-compliant display. Or even if you have such compliant hardware, like in the case of the 120Hz monitors, you'll be able to actually use the higher 120Hz refresh rate and not stick with the HDCP compliant 60Hz mode only. And the best thing about the application is that is removes the HDCP dependence in real-time, the program runs in the background and you are able to play the Blu-ray movie with your favorite Blu-ray video player at 120Hz. There is no need to rip the Blu-ray movie, reencode something or do something that is time consuming or hard to make by a novice user. But of course the AnyDVD HD software comes with additional features that can remove some of the other annoying constraints you may have in a Blu-ray movie disc and not only on Blu-ray, but also with HD DVD or even DVD Video discs. so you can say that AnyDVD HD is a must have software utility for just about any serious home theater enthusiast, not only for those interested in stereo 3D and having a 120Hz monitor. AnyDVD HD comes with a 21 days of free trial, so you can first test the application and see if it works for you and does what you need and then you can purchase it if you wish or just uninstall it if you don't like it. The price for 1 year license key for the AnyDVD HD software is 63 EUR if you live in Europe or about 79 USD if you are in USA, and for the rest of the world you just convert the currency into your local one based on the exchange course to get an idea how much it will cost you. The 1 year license key does not mean that after one year you'll have to stop using the application, it means that you'll get technical support and free updates for that period in time, but the software will still be usable even after your subscription period expires. And of course you can also get extended subscription valid for 2, 3, 4 years or even a lifetime one with a bit higher price than the 1 year license key. However you should first try the trial, the only limitation you get during the trial period is that the custom settings are not being saved and you need to set them again each time you start the application, other than that it is fully functional.
- To download the latest AnyDVD HD with 21 days trial period to test it‚?¶
- For more information about the features of the SlySoft AnyDVD HD software‚?¶
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