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hey anybody know anything about stand alone dvd dupicators?

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by batman820, Mar 31, 2005.

  1. batman820

    batman820 Guest

    Can they be modified to back up my commercial dvds??
    Thanks for any help or advice.

    Batman
     
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    Google for "Macrovision Remover" :)
     
  3. batman820

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    Thanks BB Ive been snooping around a little and I have a 1 to 1 dvd duplicator its a Pioneer 16x 1 to 1 stand alone dvr 109 dvd duplicator. Is the macrovision remover hardware i need to install to it or a firmware i need to upload? Sorry I am so new to this.
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    Are these hooked up to your PC? Do you use your PC software to use these duplicators? I'm sorry I didn't understand your original post but now I do. If these are standalone DVD duplicators not hooked up to your PC then I am afraid you probably arent going to be able to back up any original DVD movies. At least not to my knowledge?
     
  5. batman820

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    Yeah I was afraid of that it is a stand alone duplicator no pc required. Was hoping for some kind of flash update that I could put into it. But I guess I just got a very expensive portable cd burner.

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    All is not totally lost. You could remove the Pioneer drives and hook them up in your PC.
     

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