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burning protected wmv's

Discussion in 'Other video questions' started by jj77669, Feb 19, 2007.

  1. jj77669

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    I joined a web site which allows you to download movie clips for a monthly fee. I have dvdsanta which allows me to burn some of these clips to make my own dvd's. The problem is some of the clip have a "license" tab in the properties, which states "Protected content". Is there a way around this so I can burn my movies in piece?
     
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    Is it a DRM protection on the file?
     
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    don't know... how could I find out?
     
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    You can look at the files properties...I ran into the same prob, I couldn't do anything with my downloaded DRM protected movie so I just moved on. I'm interested in how to get around it, like you are...I heard someone talk about FairUse4WM to remove the DRM, but Ive had no personal exp with it.
     
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    tried fairuse but it said I didn't own the clips...
     
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    Yeah, there lies the problem. To get back on topic does anyone know of any program or way to get around DRM? Or just modify the file to a backup cd or dvd?
     

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