« on: January 04, 2008, 08:53 AM »
Ain't so. I work for SlySoft and we do not ALWAYS have a 20% sale running. That is not only dumb but misleads customers. We offer these sales spontaneously and also with regularity for Christmas, Valentine's Day, Thanksgiving, etc. There are special coupons for returning customers if one asks and also volume discounts. We find our policy of bundling products with "the more you buy, the more you save" and then giving an additional discount off and on throughout the year makes sense.-expat83 (December 21, 2007, 11:15 AM)
Thank you kindly for posting here, Expat. Would you mind if I ask a couple of questions here?
1. Your description of CloneCD reads in part: CloneCD is not only able to copy CDs but also most DVD formats, such as DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD+R Dual Layer and DVD-RAM. How much does CloneDVD offer above and beyond that? Or conversely, does CloneDVD copy CDs as well? (Yes, I'm trying to figure out if I can make do with only one )
2. Is CloneDVD able to copy only audio tracks of a DVD? I'm a big fan of live music, but I'd rather listen then watch, so I often try to grab audio tracks from live DVDs (movies) and burn them to CDs. A few years ago this was somewhat easy, but I've been having much less luck recently, probably due to new formats or protection schemes. If CloneDVD does not have this ability right now, is it something you would consider adding?
Thanks a lot again!-tranglos (December 21, 2007, 09:49 PM)
CloneDVD allows you to configure the output with editing options and of course offers compression. CloneCD, even with the newly added features, is still a passive 1:1 duplicator. CloneDVD will not process CDs. Its primary intent is to process the output from AnyDVD, compress it and offer burning options like Chapter trimming/splitting, Include or exclude the original menu, audio and language settings and other things. In short, an intelligent burner.
CloneDVD is not intended to copy only audio tracks.
I hope this info helps you.