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Discussion in 'Convert DVD to another format' started by alehkcis, Feb 6, 2007.

  1. alehkcis

    alehkcis Member

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    hello is it possible to put DRM on the DVD's tha i have ripped because i dont want my friend's to copy it..and they dont much about pc stuff..all they know is copy paste...any expert can help me out?
     
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    No. Burnt movies cannot have copy protection on them. Your computer needs to copy the files to disc. If there was some form of copy protection, your burn would fail.
     
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    but how can the original DVD's have copy protection?
     
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    They are pressed, not burnt so there is nothing that needs to be read.
     
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    oh so you mean they put the files in a different way..by the what kind of hardware are they using for pressing? or software..im interested to learn about this stuff
     
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    DRM is a software type utility and licenced to Studio who produce DVD. Licence fee is per DVD pressed. Studio than encode the master file end press DVD's.
    It is not available to individuals.
     

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