How to Tell if VHS Tapes Are Copy Protected
Many types of media, such as music and movies, are often copy protected. If you have a copy-protected movie and you make an unauthorized duplicate recording of it for yourself or for someone else, you are violating the copy protection law and could be...
Jan 22, 2010 ... It does not make it possible to copy a macroencrypted Vhs tape. ... It might have
something to do with DVD copy protection (i'm not sure).
Most tapes of major films from the early 1980s on have a form of copy protection
called Macrovision (sometimes ...
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Nov 20, 2013 ... Sometimes, a message will tell you that the tape is copy-protected. ... TVs & DVD
Players : How to Transfer Movies From VHS to DVD ...
Buy a A/D Converter that ignores the copy protection flag ... Most, if not all,
commercially copyrighted VHS tapes have Macrovision protection ...
Most commercially produced films on VHS tapes have some form of copy
protection technology on them. The most commonly used technology is a system
How do VHS tapes prevent you from bootlegging a copy of a movie? Find out
how Macrovision works.
"I want to backup my Disney VHS tapes to DVD before I loose them. I've got a
DVD Recorder but can not copy because of the protection set on my VHS.
I have a former blank VHS tape that I recorded on and now I want to convert it to
dvd but it says it is copy protected. I can see if I was trying to ...
Just as you can't copy commercially made VHS tapes to another VCR due to
Macrovision anti-copy encoding, the same applies to making copies to DVD.