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Discussion in 'Convert DVD to another format' started by HarveyGG, Dec 24, 2004.

  1. HarveyGG

    HarveyGG Member

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    I have an HP external DVD movie writer. It works great...most of the time. Sometimes I get a copyright notification when trying to record from a pre-recorded VHS. I can understand this.. kind of.

    But, today, I recored a movie from HBO onto my VHS and when trying to rip my own DVD from that VHS, I got a copyright notice and it won't record.

    Does anyone understand how that can be? And if so, is there anyway to bypass this copyright notice?
     
  2. cobruh2k

    cobruh2k Member

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    Not sure why you got the copyright problem on a copy, but there are ways to defeat the macrovision encoding on DVDs and VHS. Just google for "macrovision removal", there are devices that will work for both VHS and DVD players.
     

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