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    Hi!
    Does anyone have an idea of how i can put a copy protection to a dvd?
    I use to author in Labpro.But if I can do it inside Edius that would also be nice.
    Or is there any way from Labpro?
    Thank you
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  • #2
    Have the DVD stamped by a replication service similar to commercial DVDs, and pay the extra cost for adding the copy protection. (A significant added cost if small numbers of DVD are involved.)

    As I understand it is not practical to add copy protection for DVD-R and similar media. In any case, most copy protection schemes only serve keep basically honest people honest, and some may inhibit legal playing of the DVD.

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    • #3
      Secure-disk in Nero 11

      Never tried it but it's looks like it would give you some control. Don't know enough about it. Maybe someone else knows.
      Gigabyte mobo with i7 K2600, 16G Ram, Storm Mobile, nVidia 570 but I'm just a hobbyist.

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      • #4
        on second thought

        SecurDisk doesn't prevent copying. It prevents accessing without a password. sorry for my confusion. Good luck with your search.
        Gigabyte mobo with i7 K2600, 16G Ram, Storm Mobile, nVidia 570 but I'm just a hobbyist.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by George Glou View Post
          Hi!
          Does anyone have an idea of how i can put a copy protection to a dvd?
          I use to author in Labpro.But if I can do it inside Edius that would also be nice.
          Or is there any way from Labpro?
          Thank you
          It is not worth the expense - none of the copy protections are any good and all can be broken/copied with readily available free software.
          Main Editing System: Sinclair ZX81 0.75Mhz chip (Overclocked to 12Ghz), Liquid Nitrogen Cooled. 48k of RAM, Compact Cassette tape drive (9600 baud), 4" B&W monitor. No keyboard - all input by thought transfer from a colander on my head. Gives me 180 layers of 4k in real time (all with 3D PIP added) and can encode and burn a 2 hour Blu Ray in just under 12 seconds. Custom editing chair that floats on magnets 2 feet above the floor. I am also able to travel in time.

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          • #6
            I thought it was going to be easy :)
            but thank you anyway.
            George
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            • #7
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              • #8
                Γεια σου Zannettos.Καλή η ιδέα σου αλλά μιλάω για περίπου 200 αντίγραφα τα οποία θα παραδοθούν.Οπότε λίγο δύσκολο να χαράζω 200 κομμάτια.
                Ευχαριστώ πάντως.Ασχολείσαι με μοντάζ γάμου κτλ? ελπίζω να είσαι καλά.
                Γιώργος.

                Anyway.Thank you all. I just thought that there must be a "button" in Labpro or in other software that I can choose before I author the dvd and compile it.
                Anyway Thanks a lot guys.
                George
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                RAM 8GB [email protected]
                AMD RADEON HD 6800
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                2X2TB WD CAVIAR GREEN (BACKUP)
                1 OCZ SSD 128GB
                Windows 7
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                • #9
                  A link to a replication service with information on DVD copy protection.
                  http://www.twmedia.com/dvdcopyprotection.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by George Glou View Post
                    I thought it was going to be easy :)
                    but thank you anyway.
                    George
                    Oh yes - and the other thing I forgot to mention was if you do want to copy protect your DVD's and have them stamped at a replication house they will want you master on DLT. If you do not have a DLT machine you will have to buy/rent one!

                    More fannying about for something that a 7 year old child could crack while he was updating his status on Facebook and eating his dinner at the same time !
                    Main Editing System: Sinclair ZX81 0.75Mhz chip (Overclocked to 12Ghz), Liquid Nitrogen Cooled. 48k of RAM, Compact Cassette tape drive (9600 baud), 4" B&W monitor. No keyboard - all input by thought transfer from a colander on my head. Gives me 180 layers of 4k in real time (all with 3D PIP added) and can encode and burn a 2 hour Blu Ray in just under 12 seconds. Custom editing chair that floats on magnets 2 feet above the floor. I am also able to travel in time.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Dry Biscuit View Post
                      Oh yes - and the other thing I forgot to mention was if you do want to copy protect your DVD's and have them stamped at a replication house they will want you master on DLT. If you do not have a DLT machine you will have to buy/rent one!

                      !
                      Yes, I still use CSS for authoring and output to DLT. But, things have changed. Many rep. plants can load your DVD master into their software, and turn on CSS. Anton does this all the time.
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by JohnnyD View Post
                        Yes, I still use CSS for authoring and output to DLT. But, things have changed. Many rep. plants can load your DVD master into their software, and turn on CSS. Anton does this all the time.
                        Absolutely - I just question the entire usefulness/effectiveness of Copy Scamble System in the first place if it is child's play to chew through it - which it is!
                        Main Editing System: Sinclair ZX81 0.75Mhz chip (Overclocked to 12Ghz), Liquid Nitrogen Cooled. 48k of RAM, Compact Cassette tape drive (9600 baud), 4" B&W monitor. No keyboard - all input by thought transfer from a colander on my head. Gives me 180 layers of 4k in real time (all with 3D PIP added) and can encode and burn a 2 hour Blu Ray in just under 12 seconds. Custom editing chair that floats on magnets 2 feet above the floor. I am also able to travel in time.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by JohnnyD View Post
                          Yes, I still use CSS for authoring and output to DLT. But, things have changed. Many rep. plants can load your DVD master into their software, and turn on CSS. Anton does this all the time.
                          yes, I send DVD-R master to replication plant and they enable CSS at no charge

                          only if you want macrovision, you need to pay

                          macrovision prevents users from recording the DVD to a VCR (I don't know anyone who would do that at this day and age)
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by George Glou View Post
                            Hi!
                            Does anyone have an idea of how i can put a copy protection to a dvd?
                            I use to author in Labpro.But if I can do it inside Edius that would also be nice.
                            Or is there any way from Labpro?
                            Thank you
                            Hi, had a mate that was doing weddings and of course everyone copied the original DVD they got of the wedding, he asked me out copy protection, I looked around and found this he tried it and it works, he now gets extra orders.
                            "There are all kinds of copy protection method applied to commercial/Hollywood DVDs. Most of them can be hacked easily. If you want to protect your work from illegal copying, you can follow this method.

                            What you need to do is to
                            1. Add 10 minutes of blank / black video at the end of the last chapter.
                            2. Author and burn the DVD as usual
                            3. Use an X-acto knife to make some marks on the outter edge on the DVD where the different shade is visible to you.
                            In that case, the DVD can still be played fine on computer and DV player. However, when someone try to make a copy with the computer, it will report cylindric error and won't copy the entire disc. If ignoring the error to proceed with the copy process, everything will be copied except the last 1GB file in the Video_TS folder. The copied DVD also won't be playable in DVD players.

                            I have tried this and several people have tried it. It works.
                            Thanks to, www.dvinfo.net"

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                            • #15
                              I see....there is no reason to "lock" a dvd. :-)
                              thank you all for replying
                              George
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                              MOTHERBORAD GIGABYTE GA-Z97-HD3
                              RAM 8GB [email protected]
                              AMD RADEON HD 6800
                              2X2TB WD CAVIAR BLACK (RAID 1)
                              2X2TB WD CAVIAR GREEN (BACKUP)
                              1 OCZ SSD 128GB
                              Windows 7
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