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iLife - How to copy protect my iDVD creation?


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When I burn a DVD using iDVD is there a way to make it so that no one else can make disk images of that creation??? I made a DVD that I didn't realize could be copied and well, its causing some headaches.

If there is a way to encode it so that it can not be copied, please let me know :headphone
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I was wondering the same thing, just today.

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I'm sure that if a program like DeCSS can be written than a program to "AddCSS" surely couldn't be that difficult to produce...however...Let me make this very clear...there is no "absolute" way to copy protect anything. If there's ever been a time when the words "where there is a will...there's a way" were more true than now...I don't know when it is. The best you can hope for is...copy deterrence...think car alarm type protection (not gonna stop a real thief...but'll keep an honest person honest).

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