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Protected Signal Revisited


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Now that I am finally at a point where I can digitize my VHS tapes, it looks as though many of my home videos are being interpreted as "protected signal" by Easy VHS to DVD. If I am correct, this means that the program thinks I am copying copywritten movies. I am not. Perhaps I used too good a camera back then in the 80's- 90's, or my camera work was so professional the system can't believe it's home movies.

I remember seeing a link in one of these threads that I can go to to better understand how that stuff works. Can anyone direct me to that link again?

 

Mike Frizell

 

Dell Dimension 4500

Intel Pentium-4 2.26 Ghz 1022 Mb Ram

Windows XP Professional SP3

DirectX Version: DirectX 9.0c (4.09.0000.0904)

Sound Card: SB Live! Wave Device

DVD: Model: ATAPI DVD A DH20A4P

File System: NTFS

Card name: RAGE 128 PRO Ultra GL AGP (Microsoft Corporation)

Audio Hardware ID: PCI\VEN_1102&DEV_0002&SUBSYS_80221102&REV_0A

 

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Now that I am finally at a point where I can digitize my VHS tapes, it looks as though many of my home videos are being interpreted as "protected signal" by Easy VHS to DVD. If I am correct, this means that the program thinks I am copying copywritten movies. I am not. Perhaps I used too good a camera back then in the 80's- 90's, or my camera work was so professional the system can't believe it's home movies.

I remember seeing a link in one of these threads that I can go to to better understand how that stuff works. Can anyone direct me to that link again?

 

Mike Frizell

 

Dell Dimension 4500

Intel Pentium-4 2.26 Ghz 1022 Mb Ram

Windows XP Professional SP3

DirectX Version: DirectX 9.0c (4.09.0000.0904)

Sound Card: SB Live! Wave Device

DVD: Model: ATAPI DVD A DH20A4P

File System: NTFS

Card name: RAGE 128 PRO Ultra GL AGP (Microsoft Corporation)

Audio Hardware ID: PCI\VEN_1102&DEV_0002&SUBSYS_80221102&REV_0A

 

This thread talks about the issue at length, as well as Jim H.'s pinned post at the top of this subforum.

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