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Anonymous
September 18, 2004 9:10:10 AM

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I recorded a college football game on ESPN on my 4508. I have a Samsung DVD
recorder. When I tried to record the game off of the replay to DVD, it keeps
stopping saying "Copying of this program is not allowed".

I then tried ripping it to my computer to put on dvd but the mpeg file is
over 6.5Meg and won't fit on a dvd.

Is there anyway to bypass whatever signal that ESPN put on the program so my
DVD recorder will record it?

Thanks

PJ41




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September 18, 2004 9:10:11 AM

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Do you mean 6.5gig not meg?

Fred


"PJ41©" <pj41.no.spam@mail.com> wrote in message
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>I recorded a college football game on ESPN on my 4508. I have a Samsung DVD
>recorder. When I tried to record the game off of the replay to DVD, it
>keeps stopping saying "Copying of this program is not allowed".
>
> I then tried ripping it to my computer to put on dvd but the mpeg file is
> over 6.5Meg and won't fit on a dvd.
>
> Is there anyway to bypass whatever signal that ESPN put on the program so
> my DVD recorder will record it?
>
> Thanks
>
> PJ41
>
>
>
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Anonymous
September 18, 2004 1:37:11 PM

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On Sat, 18 Sep 2004 05:10:10 GMT, "PJ41©" <pj41.no.spam@mail.com>
wrote:

>I recorded a college football game on ESPN on my 4508. I have a Samsung DVD
>recorder. When I tried to record the game off of the replay to DVD, it keeps
>stopping saying "Copying of this program is not allowed".
>

WHAT keeps saying that? The Replay? The DVD recorder? Transfer to a
computer (such as with DVArchive) should work, since as far is the
Replay is concerned it's just live streaming (not recording).

>I then tried ripping it to my computer to put on dvd but the mpeg file is
>over 6.5Meg and won't fit on a dvd.
>

That must have been 6.5Gig.

First, you need the NTFS file system for such large files. Then, use a
video editor to split it into 2 parts that'll fit. I've done that once
for a long movie.

>Is there anyway to bypass whatever signal that ESPN put on the program so my
>DVD recorder will record it?
>

There should be no problem with that signal, once you get it to your
computer. I've copied some protected DVDs that way and it always
worked. You must have been using a (non-computer) DVD recorder. Those
are more limited in ways like that.

>Thanks
>
>PJ41
>
>
>
>

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Anonymous
September 18, 2004 6:06:39 PM

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"Fred" <panther@GO_ AWAY_ SPAMMERS.wi.rr.com> wrote in message
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> Do you mean 6.5gig not meg?
>
> Fred
>
>
>


Oops, yes 6.5G.
lol

PJ41



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