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User Name Stay logged in? Macrovision Problems? Hey, this is my first post on this board and i'm relativley new to diy projectors but i'm not new to video.
I'm curious as well. An entertainingto be sure, but nonetheless. The short answer to the original posters question is "nothing". They want you to buy a new copy on DVD so that they can make more money.
Oh, for the old days when sailing the seas of piracy was as simple as hooking a couple of VCRs together with a dubbing cable. Ironically, Macrovision the company later morphed into the TiVo Corporation. The idea for Macrovision copy protection was to leverage the difference between what a TV would accept as a valid analog signal and what the VCR could handle.
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It sucks. The software is readily available for those crooks. For the folks who want to upload DVDs illegally for distribution on P2P sites, once again the cat is out of the bag and has been for years. The time it takes, and the processes that you must go through, and then the size of the files, all make it more trouble than its worth to try to copy it to your harddrive to watch from your PC or say your laptop when you are travelling.
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