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Discussion in 'Other video questions' started by spyderRaw, Jan 19, 2007.

  1. spyderRaw

    spyderRaw Member

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    how do I add protection to movies after i copy them. In other words I don't want people at work to copy movies I give them
     
  2. colw

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    Don't be anal - cannot be done - the MPAA have been trying for many years without success.

    You could use crap media and put paper labels on both sides of the DVD.
     
  3. spyderRaw

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    I'm not being anal, It's just one guy in particular. He's a noob. He asked me how to copy using nero. Then, for the first time, he said the movie wasent clear, and he didn't want it. I said Ok. He asked me for two more. He said those played like a VCR. He said it looked like I had to adjust the tracking. I just want to know how to stop a amateur from copying. NO MOVIE I MAKE OR SELL PLAYS LIKE A VCR. I take pride in my work. thanks for the help
     
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    why are you giving them movies?
     
  5. res2cue

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    not sure I like where this is heading... But for you, the same answer as everyone else that has ever asked this stupid question.... if Sony and Lionsgate can't do it, why would you think you can?
     
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