AnyDVD is software designed to make your system work well with a wide variety of DVD disks and video formats. As soon as you insert a DVD disk into the player connected to your computer, this application automatically adjusts the DVD playback settings of your Microsoft Windows OS. This program can also be used to easily remove DVD playback features that aren't always necessary, such as subtitles and no-skip marks among others. By default, this application is configured to automatically play DVD disks once it detects that a new DVD disk has been inserted to a player connected to the computer. This default setting can be disabled by its users.
AnyDVD also has the capability of fixing broken audio CDs. This is because it has integrated functions for checking cyclic redundancies and correcting these issues by automatically adjusting the audio settings and formats of the audio content. These audio settings include bit rates and stereo or mono playback support among others.
AnyDVD works well with an IBM-compatible PC. This application requires a compatible Pentium-class processor with a minimum processing power of 500 MHz. This program also needs at least 64 MB of RAM resources. This application can be installed in computers running on Microsoft Windows 2000, XP, Vista and 7. AnyDVD has a free trial version. Users can access the full range of functionalities integrated into this application for 21 days.
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