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Canopus ADV c110

I am able to extract video from CD just fine. The big issue is that SOME of the DVDs come out very "RED"... I have tried different dip switch settings. This problem does not seem to be related to how old the DVD is. Some NEW titles work fine..some have the red saturation. Please help

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It sounds like the DVDs are protected by Macrovision copy-protection. The ADVC units are not designed to bypass Macrovision copy-protection.

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