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Showing home videos as copyright protected so cannot convert to dvd
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: VCR copyright
On the side that faces out of the tape that sticks out of the vcr there should be a square indent. This makes the tape read only and tells the player that it is copyrighted. If you were to cover it with a piece of tape it should work. Just make sure the tape is on really good so that it doesn't fall off into your machine. I'm assuming they are your personal family videos that you accidentally broke the tab off of and not actual hollywood videos that you would get into trouble for copying.
Posted on May 01, 2008
Convert video to .avi or DVD (Audio TS- Video VS) format.
Many common dvd players can play .avi files
(.avi files are very compact).
All dvd players play TS/VS format.
AVS4U is a reasonably priced (approx $50)downloadable suite of programs that can perform all the conversion tasks you need for audio & video.
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
I downloaded a video on my PSP and when I go to my video and play the movie it says The copyright protection information is invalid. What do I need to do ????
Posted on Mar 06, 2010
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