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Involuntary DRM Usage

Last response: in Storage
June 10, 2012 3:15:06 PM

I was asked to do the video for a local workshop; my job was to record, edit, burn, and distribute to the participants. The woman running it sent me the DVDs she wanted the video to be put on.

I'm pretty sure the DVDs came with a physical DRM already on them; I can see a stripe burned on each one. None of my programs even recognize them as writable discs. Is there a special program I can use to write to these (preferably one that doesn't cost a fortune)?

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a c 189 G Storage
June 10, 2012 9:12:51 PM

What type of DVD are they,DVD-R,DVD+R,DVDRW and are they dual layer.What types of media does your drive support?
June 10, 2012 10:05:46 PM

DVD-R, single layer (as far as I can tell anyway). I've tried on two computers, both of which support that type of disc. From what I've been reading, they're CPRM discs, but I have no idea why they're having trouble burning.