Downloaded content to DVD

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (DVD issues)' started by ivanX, Jun 26, 2007.

  1. ivanX

    ivanX Translator (ru)

    There are several places on the internet that offer (free and paid) movies, tv series etc There are usually DRM restrictions so you can't back it up onto a DVD, because the content is automatically deleted after a certain period of time.

    The question is, will AnyDVD (I guess HD variant would be applicable for content in HD) support such protection and remove it? Thanks very much for your help 8)
     
  2. Clams

    Clams Well-Known Member

    No one here will help you to pirate downloaded media to a DVD.

    -W
     
  3. ivanX

    ivanX Translator (ru)

    I don't think that backing up something, especially if it was given to you for free, is pirating :disagree:
     
  4. bilbo65

    bilbo65 Well-Known Member

    Only if the copyright owners gave it to you.....:agree:
     
  5. ivanX

    ivanX Translator (ru)

    THe new iPlayer feature is coming to BBC website where you will be able to download and watch episodes of your favourite shows for free for a certain period of time. After that they would get deleted. To me 2 things seem a bit crazy: why force people to delete something BBC would provide for free and why put any DRM on the content that is being supplied for free?

    It's all a bit ridiculous...:agree:
     
  6. bilbo65

    bilbo65 Well-Known Member

    Think of it as a limited TRIAL. If you like it that much, BUY it.....:D
     
  7. mmdavis

    mmdavis Well-Known Member

    Besides the reasons given above, the type of protection put on the video stream movies are different that those on commercial DVDs. Plus the video stream format is not in a DVD format. It would also have to be converted into a DVD format before being placed on a DVD. It's really easier and cheaper just to go buy the movie, unless your time is not valuable. Then we'd be happy to help you make a back-up.
     
  8. Clams

    Clams Well-Known Member

    I'm not the one that said this "free" content had DRM restrictions.

    -W