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Hi

 

I've read this forum for the past few hours and I can't seem to find a solution to a problem I'm having. I see one thread about the copy projection that almost seemed to turn into an argument about not to bother with copy protection and others giving their opinions about it and what have you, but not really getting to the main question the person was initially asking (to make it work), and the thread was closed.

 

This is the dialog message I get:

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You cannot output this format because Copy Protectin and/or Region Coding is on. These features can only be used when writing to DLT. Go to Project Settings > Protection, to disable these features before attempting to output to this format again.

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I don't understand this, how am I supposed to copy protect my video to stop people from copying it. It makes no sense this message to ask me to disable it, huh, then how am I supposed to add copy protection.

 

Also, what is DLT?

 

Thanks in advance for any solutions around this. Please keep to topic at hand, rather than saying it's not worth copy protecting my video... Thank kindly.

 

Bob

 

Hmm, and now when I disable it, it still thinks my project has the protection enabled. :(

 

hmm, and now, i get a runtime error!

program: (location to the install here)

R6025

- pure virtual function call.

 

I guess this not compatible with vista 64 bit?

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we'll check into the enabling copy protection and disabling copy protection and what effect that has, but FYI copy protection is only for professionally replicated discs only. not discs that you burn on your computer. While CSS copy protection for burned discs was approved earlier this year, no one has the burners or the DVD media that can put CSS onto a burned disc.

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Hi Scott,

 

Yes, I am making Professional CD/DVD discs for distribution and I want to prevent Customers from copying.

 

So I see, I guess I would need to send my dics to a professional DVD/CD Replication company? That kinda sucks, I was hoping to take out the middle man expenses.

 

Bob

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Hi Scott,

 

Yes, I am making Professional CD/DVD discs for distribution and I want to prevent Customers from copying.

 

So I see, I guess I would need to send my dics to a professional DVD/CD Replication company? That kinda sucks, I was hoping to take out the middle man expenses.

 

Bob

 

 

sorry mate,

 

I can´t believe you making professional DVD-productions and do not know what a DLT is!

 

It is THE professinal media to bring DVD-premaster to replication. it is an 1/2"-Tape, that mostly been used to make backups of computer-datas, too.

 

 

just my 2 cent

 

 

danny

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replication is probably $750-$1000 for 1000 discs. if you want to go that approach and add copy protection to your discs and you can not get a DLT machine, you can output a volume from DVDit (with no copy protection), import that into Gear Pro Mastering edition (trial available) and prepare a DDP image with CSS flags that the replicator will recognize when doing their replication.

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danny, just because I dont know what DLT is, does NOT mean that my DVD's are not of professional nature.

 

I'm new to the industry of creating DVD's. But my Graphic Skills are above exceptional, I am a professional In many different fields and putting what I know on to Disc for sale.

 

So thanks for your 2 cents. :(

 

I don't want to use 3rd party places, it's too expensive Scott, need to cut out the middle man. Most places I have checked are charging $6.85 or more per disc, with DVD inserts, covers, etc... I can do all that myself.

 

Any way, still having problems with this run time error on this vista 64 bit. Sent you a reply to the PM you sent me and gave you my email address but didn't get a reply.

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