Question by  Sky91 (25)

How do you copy protect a dvd?

I am making a dvd of my babies first birthday and I want to make sure it is not recorded over.


Answer by  xparadigmshiftx (114)

As long as you are burning to a DVD-R or DVD+R there is no way to record over your dvd. Once the dvd is burned it is "mastered" and finalized. However, DVD-+RW's can be rewritten over, hence the w for rewrite. Just make sure to use a DVD+-R.


Answer by  aeturnus (474)

It can be done with software, such as DVD Architect. Only DVD Architect Pro has copy protection abilities. Using this software, just go to File->Properties->Copy Protection.


Answer by  Turkwork (1150)

The easiest way to copy protect a DVD is to use a specific type of DVD. DVD+-R is the simplest. R means it can only be recorded on one time.

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