Copying protected cds

Discussion in 'Computers and The Internet' started by ydnim, Aug 16, 2005.

  1. ydnim

    ydnim hiya

    Does anyone do it? What software do you use?
  2. surfn hippie

    surfn hippie Member

    i know people who do use
  3. fulmah

    fulmah Chaser of Muses

  4. Flyinglilypad

    Flyinglilypad Member

    I don't do it because you usually get adware from the downloads. But I don't think its wrong, because you can watch something on cable and copy it with your dvd player/ VCR player anyway.
  5. MattInVegas

    MattInVegas John Denver Mega-Fan

    I offer four words. Older Burners, Older Software.
    They don't even look at Todays copy schemes. (Which are a JOKE anyway!)
    One protection sceme I'm aware of can be broken with a Friggin "Sharpie(c)"!
  6. Trotsky311

    Trotsky311 Hip Forums Supporter HipForums Supporter

    haha, so true. I think it was sony, the outermost ring of the cd had the copy protection on it, so you could just take a sharpie and put a black ring around the outside of the cd...*poof* copy protection gone!

    i don't know what all this talk about adware is, use bittorrent, it's a beautiful thing.

    <--hasn't seen popups, ads, or spyware for years.
  7. raysun

    raysun D4N73_666 4861786f72

    Like audio cd's the files on a dvd first need to be ripped and then copied or converted...
  8. MattInVegas

    MattInVegas John Denver Mega-Fan

    I say once. No such critter! Kinda like the NSA. (No Such Agency) Them Area 51 biotches.
    I just cracked the full DVD. Sin City! Twice!
  9. MattInVegas

    MattInVegas John Denver Mega-Fan

    On my burner, it's the inner track that the directory track is on. ;)

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