looking for an app that burns drm protected wmv's

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by BillBrasky82, Mar 2, 2005.

  1. BillBrasky82

    BillBrasky82 OSNN Junior Addict

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    Ok so I bought from MLB.com all the games from last years baseball postseason, thinking that I would be able to burn them all to a DVD so i can watch the games in their entirety on my television and such. Well when i got them downloaded due to the DRM protection they dont allow it. I was wondering if anybody knew a program that either removed the DRM stuff or a burning program that allowed them to be burned and viewed despide the protection, watching them on my computer is a pain

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    BillBrasky82 OSNN Junior Addict

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    yeah ive looked over that site, i cant seem to find any kind of wmp plugin that allows it to do what the site says
     
  4. Johnny

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    I think you can use winamp ..
     
  5. BillBrasky82

    BillBrasky82 OSNN Junior Addict

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    any idea how?
     
  6. jimi_81

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    if its just audio you can use the diskwritter (winamp 5.08d and below)
    for me, drm (media7 v1) writes to disk in real time, as opposed to an unprotected mp3 which decompresses in seconds.
     
  7. LeeJend

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    Cheat, do it the old fashioned way. Play the media back and feed the TV out to a VCR or DVD burner (computer or home entertainment based).

    They can pass all the scum sucking laws they want, shutdown the P2P, shutdown the internet. But I've been ripping songs and TV since digital was something to do with your fingers and toes and they will never stop me!

    (A bit over the edge maybe?) ;)
     
  8. BillBrasky82

    BillBrasky82 OSNN Junior Addict

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    nah its a video so it has picture and audio
     
  9. BillBrasky82

    BillBrasky82 OSNN Junior Addict

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    haha, ive thought about doing it that way, but i dont own a dvd burner for my home entertainment system... or a vcr
     
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    Have any friends with a video capture card? Mate the two computers.
     
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