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Copying a copyrighted dvd to a vhs

Discussion in 'Video capturing from analog sources' started by JDM, Aug 27, 2003.

  1. JDM

    JDM Member

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    Hi, first sorry for my bad enghish.
    Could someone help me?
    J need to copy a copyrighted dvd to a vhs, j have all the hardware neccessary (if j try with a no copyrighted dvd all works well!)
    What j need to do j think is to decrypt the dvd and revers it into my hard disk, after that, play this copy and register it on a vhs.
    J have tried with a dvd decrypter, but the .iso file that it create is'nt readable from any application... what j can do?

    Thanks for the help

    JDM
     
  2. ken0042

    ken0042 Regular member

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    You can either decrypt the movie with DVD Decrypter, then re-encode it with DVD2one then burn it with a program like Record Now...... but that isn't what I would do.

    You need to get a device called a Video Image Stablizer or Video Enhancer. then you connect your DVD player to the VCR with this box in between, and it will remove most Macrovision (copy protection) for you. The one I use is like the one here: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=3043059273&category=14968

    This device will not work for many newer Disney DVD's, just so you know.
     
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    It also helps in the search if you spell "STABILIZER" right. (oops)
     
  4. JDM

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    Thank's for help!
    J'll try

    JDM
     
  5. KEGGLER

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    why don't you just hook a dvd player up to a vcr and bypass the whole computer thing....much easier
     
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    You can use dvd decrypter to make an Iso without macro.Then burn to dvd-/+rw.Now just plug RCA connectors to VRC Video input.Switch to video in mode.Then just press record.
     
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    Praetor Moderator Staff Member

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    Why, might i ask, would you want to go back to VHS?
     
  8. JDM

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    Yes Praetor,
    j want to go back to VHS.
    J have done this with dvd decrypter, making an iso file an some vob files, then simply j have played this files with power dvd and j have connected the s-vhs output of my video card to my VCR.
    it's works fine! Thank to all you!
     
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    Awesome! Well glad you got it working!
     

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