Clamraker July 23, 2009 at 13:59:18 Specs: Windows XP, 3.06GHz
Could someone please tell me of a good free program that lets you copyright a DVD so it can't be copied? We use Nero Burn to make DVD presentations, but would like to make them so they can't be copied. Thanks In Advanced.
Thanks for the replies. I understand that you can do away with the copyright. But most people don't know anything about the decoding software. So my question still is, is there a program that lets you copyright a DVD?
There may be other options available, but a quick google search turned up several references to "Qflix". But you would need a special DVD burner that supports Qflix technology, plus you'd need Qflix media.
Ok lets forget about the copyright. Here's what we're trying to accomplish. We burn DVD's with information on them and sell them. We know that there are softwares out there (we have one) that gets around a protected movie DVD to copy it. But we'd like to add this protection to our DVD's as a deterrent. Of course it's still possible to get around it, but most people (like the ones we're dealing with) don't know they can get around it and will give up when their burning program tells them it's protected. So does anyone know where you can get the protection for a DVD that you burn onto the disc when you make it? Maybe this is a little clearer. Thanks in advance...
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