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Mike Cohen
Encore Copy Protection
on Sep 14, 2009 at 2:32:04 pm

Do I need to create a DLT in order to get a disc replicated with copy protection, or can I make a disc image (ISO) as for duplication?

Thanks

Mike Cohen


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Jon Geddes
Re: Encore Copy Protection
on Sep 14, 2009 at 2:56:13 pm

An ISO file will not contain the copy protection info. It's possible your replication facility can add it in using your image, but you will have to find that out.

Jon Geddes
http://www.precomposed.com


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Matt Townley
Re: Encore Copy Protection
on Sep 15, 2009 at 4:30:19 pm

I am not familiar with Encore, but in DVDSP you can export to a DDP2.0 file flagged for CSS Encryption and this creates the same file structure as going to a DLT. You can put the DDP2.0 file on a hard drive, DVD-Rom, flash drive, etc.

There was a thread in the DVD Authoring forum a week or two back discussing this topic. Most replicators will take a DDP2.0 file if you ask.

Matt

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Marcello Mazzilli
Re: Encore Copy Protection
on Oct 9, 2009 at 6:20:32 am

I am having the same problem.. I was able to make with older versions of Encore both "1 gen copy permitted" and "no copy permitted" DVDs (direct burn, no ISO image) but this seems not more possible. Any ideas why?

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Corporate video productions in Italy
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Jon Geddes
Re: Encore Copy Protection
on Oct 9, 2009 at 3:45:12 pm

Copy Protection is not possible with burned dvd's, only pressed discs. You might have been checking the little box for it in Encore, but it had no effect on the burned disc.

Jon Geddes
http://www.precomposed.com


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Matt Townley
Re: Encore Copy Protection
on Oct 9, 2009 at 4:20:10 pm

This is not quite entirely true. There are actually a small handful of options available to add copy protection to burned DVDs. And to be honest, some of them offer more protection than CSS on a manufactured DVD. CSS was cracked over a decade ago and is easily overcome with most basic ripping and copying tools.

I offer a form of copy protection called Rimage Video Protect. I've talked about it a few times here on the cow, so I won't duplicate the information here, but if you search for it you should find it. You can also read about it on my website at http://mstproductions.com/services/cdanddvd/copy-protection.php.

I can offer the RVP on video DVDs with no minimum order quantity. Just like everything else, it is not 100% and nothing ever will be, but it works the best I have seen of anything on the market.

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Marcello Mazzilli
Re: Encore Copy Protection
on Oct 9, 2009 at 10:06:27 pm

Thanks.... But at present my aim is not to find the best uncopiable format but just to find out why with other softwares (I think older versions of encore) I could do it and not now... I'm sure it worked.. because I couldn't copy.. I know many softwares are able to take away CSS and other "simple" methods.. still I'm not aiming at the perfect disk.. just trying to get my software to work properly..

By the way.. speaking with a friend who does weddings.. he told me.. what he does is to record 15 extra black minutes at the end of the video and then to tick on the edge between recorded and not recorded data with a soldering iron !!! :) Haven't tried it yet!

siRoma di Marcello Mazzilli
Corporate video productions in Italy
http://www.siroma.com


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