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Old 26 Apr 2006, 01:22 PM   #1
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Question-2 How to DRM Management?

How can I digially make safe my personal family vidios?
How would one use DRM Management?
Where?
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Old 26 Apr 2006, 04:58 PM   #2
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Welcome to the Digital Video Forums relffy!

Ask your self one question, if Sony can't even protect thier disc's/DVD's from the public, what makes you think you can?
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Old 26 Apr 2006, 08:08 PM   #3
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One of our regular posters once suggested to take a knife and make a bloody great big scratch in the DVD.

I must say that I agree with this technique as a fool proof and cheap method of protecting your family movie.

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One of our regular posters once suggested to take a knife and make a bloody great big scratch in the DVD.

I must say that I agree with this technique as a fool proof and cheap method of protecting your family movie.

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works a treat

if you don't care whether it plays on a standalone, i guess you could encrypt it with an archiving app like winrar
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Old 27 Apr 2006, 03:02 AM   #5
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What I am looking for is some software to encrypt family movies on our wed site. I don't want just anyone to be able to watch these family movies. Does any one know where I can start? "TIME BOMB" "DRM" or some thing else??
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Old 27 Apr 2006, 03:26 AM   #6
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Burn your movies on Memorex (CMC Magnetics) at high speeds while multitasking and apply paper labels to them...
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Burn your movies on Memorex (CMC Magnetics) at high speeds while multitasking and apply paper labels to them...
I would hate to reburn every few weeks
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You'd be lucky to get your ROM to read 'em...LOL
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If it is for your website, password protect them. Use WinRAR and put a password on it, then without the password you can't extract it.
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you could also password protect you entier site to keep unwanted guest from seeing the content
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Must've been a good wedding, that's all I can say

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What I am looking for is some software to encrypt family movies on our wed site. I don't want just anyone to be able to watch these family movies. Does any one know where I can start? "TIME BOMB" "DRM" or some thing else??
Please help.
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Is there software out there that can do this? Where can I get it?
Thanks for the fun comments. And If you saw the wedding, you would know why the need for such a software! Thanks for the help!
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