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A Powerfull Lock is needed - 2/13/2006 2:20:27 PM   
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hey folks

I have made a special video showing the power cars in my village doing some action

I wanna publish that, but not before I copyright it . I dont want copies to be made of it. I want to be the only source of that video


How can I ?

Thanx in advance
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RE: A Powerfull Lock is needed - 2/13/2006 4:12:46 PM   
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Welcome!

I don't want to disappoint you but if the great protections of large companies of movie intustry are a toy for simple utilities how can you protect your own DVD?


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RE: A Powerfull Lock is needed - 2/14/2006 4:18:59 AM   
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Hey mate .. first thanx for taking the time to reply me

second, I am surely aware of that, but lets assume NOBODY knows how to use these utilities at all.
they are not pc experts , they are normal users , surfing , playing games and watching vcd movies ...

and btw, what are these utilities ?

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RE: A Powerfull Lock is needed - 2/14/2006 4:27:55 AM   
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Yes,

I mean DVDShrink, DVD Fab Decrypter, DVD Decrypter any many other utilities which can bypass any kind of protection just like this. Hollywood people worry about those utilities but there's nothing they can do. They stop DVD Decrypter but DVD Fab Decrypter was released...hehe

Those utilities are very simple to use and even amateur users can do it.

I am just telling you my opinion because I think it is waste of time trying to do this. That's why I mentioned that if the Big ones cannot protect their discs how can we do?



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RE: A Powerfull Lock is needed - 2/14/2006 5:35:58 AM   
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well thanx again ..

and again I ask U to completely ignore these utilities , in other words assume that the people who will get the video that I made are totally newbs , they know nothing about protection at all , neither the utilities to break this protection ...

What is to be done then to protect the video  ?

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On the margin , can u please name me a software for ripping dvds ? I have a 13-chapters dvd , and I want to rip it to avi or mpeg files so I get 13 clips , same number as the chapters on the dvd ... I have axes to every software , just name them :D


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RE: A Powerfull Lock is needed - 2/14/2006 10:47:55 PM   
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Even CSS as used on comercial movies could be what you are looking for, but these discs need to be pressed as CSS cannot be written by *any* burner... Comercially pressed = $$$


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RE: A Powerfull Lock is needed - 2/14/2006 10:58:13 PM   
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Content Scrambling System

As you can see something rediculous like $15k USD annual fee etc... And, as stated above, a mere 1MB application is all that is needed to overwhelm this protection scheme.

Also Macrovision could be used simultaneously, to prevent analogue copies to VHS etc...


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RE: A Powerfull Lock is needed - 2/15/2006 1:30:54 AM   
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For ripping DVDs you'll need DVD Fab Decrypter. To encode them to AVI there are many utilities, which one is the best I don't know. I use FlaskMPEG.


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RE: A Powerfull Lock is needed - 2/15/2006 11:51:42 AM   
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There's also PuppetLock and Settec's (LG Electronics) AlphaDVD, which could be considered more robust than CSS; however *NOTE* AlphaDVD has been proven to contain *rootkit malware*, leaving Windows OS's vulnerable to intrusion/attacks/viruses etc... BEWARE!


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RE: A Powerfull Lock is needed - 2/20/2006 4:37:05 AM   
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why you don't use Microsoft DRM technology?

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RE: A Powerfull Lock is needed - 2/23/2006 11:01:15 AM   
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You mean convert it to Windows Media Video? Then you suffer from lack of playback equipment in standalone players...


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RE: A Powerfull Lock is needed - 2/26/2006 8:00:47 AM   
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Hi people and many thanx .. and am sorry for not being able to reply earlier .. I had some problems

Regarding Puppetlock and Settec's , I searched but never found a downloading link !

Could U please help me out ...

And BTW, I have ripped that dvd using dvdfab decryptor, but the result is not 13 files as the number of the chapters , but 4 files of 1 GB each !

Cant I rip them and get the same number of files as the number of chapters ?

Much appreciate ur help folks


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RE: A Powerfull Lock is needed - 3/13/2006 5:16:04 PM   
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HELP HELP !

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RE: A Powerfull Lock is needed - 3/28/2006 5:24:42 PM   
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HELOOO  WAKE U SLEEPING GIANTS

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RE: A Powerfull Lock is needed - 4/1/2006 9:11:22 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: ICEQ
I have ripped that dvd using dvdfab decryptor, but the result is not 13 files as the number of the chapters , but 4 files of 1 GB each !

Cant I rip them and get the same number of files as the number of chapters ?

Much appreciate ur help folks


You got four 1GB files either because your HDD is Fat32 which doesn't like/use files bigger than 1GB, or you have a setting in your ripper to split the files to 1GB, I suspect Fat32. You can't rip by chapters, because the DVD is not made that way. Each chapter is not it's own file, but rather is just a little flag in the datastream telling your player/comp where there's a chapter break. If you want 13 files, you'll need to cut it into 13 files. You can use DVDShrink to do this.

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