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Old 30 Mar 2011, 01:59 PM   #1
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Question How Do I copyprotect A dvd I made?

Hello, I am new to this stuff. I make videos for my car club that we use from time to time for promos. I want to be able to keep using the promos but for our use and the people we intend them to have. I know people make copies of them as I have seen them on the internet. Can anyone please tell me how I can copy protect my work so that it can't be copied easily by someone? Thank you so much, Brett
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You can't. It's possible to decrypt just about any COMMERCIAL DVD, so what makes you think a home-made one would be any more secure?

Just be careful who you give them out to, I suppose.
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You can't do it without paying a lot of money for CSS licensing, which then defeats the whole purpose of maintaining your revenue. Plus, it can still be easily decrypted and shared online.
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I've heard of this technique used by a photographer for his wedding DVDs;

At the end of the recording put a physical scratch in the disk, making it impossible for a DVD recorder to copy. You may need to add some extra (blank) footage to the recording so you don't scratch the important data.
This method is very extreme and I haven't tried it myself. It may take a few try's to perfect the technique.
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