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Old 29th July 2007, 15:34   #1  |  Link
Freir
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Nero Recode - does it recode?

Hello, this is my first post here, Love this forum

I have a Samsung HTIB home cinema system that does not want to play duplicated dvd's, I think it is CCE or something.

I have found that taking an image of the original disc, running it through Nero Recode without rescaling (keeping 100% Video Quality) will remove the copy protection and allow me to play the disc.

My question number one: Is there any applications to check if this CCE copy protection is included on the disc? Just to see if I have to recode it at all...

Question number two: Does Nero Recode actually recode the disc when i don't change the video quality? The whole process from recoding to done burning the disc only takes about 10-15 mins.

Well, it is in the Newbie category, that explains my current knowledge about this

With regards, FreiR
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Old 29th July 2007, 16:17   #2  |  Link
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I have a Samsung HTIB home cinema system that does not want to play duplicated dvd's, I think it is CCE or something.
You probably mean CSS, and if they're duplicated properly it should not know the difference.
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Is there any applications to check if this CCE copy protection is included on the disc? Just to see if I have to recode it at all...
DVD Decrypter will report the copy protection. It can also remove it from most disks when ripping it to your hard drive.
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Does Nero Recode actually recode the disc when i don't change the video quality? The whole process from recoding to done burning the disc only takes about 10-15 mins.
Probably not - I'm not familiar with Recode, but given your statement of the time it takes, it's probably just copying the files without copying the encryption.
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Old 29th July 2007, 17:09   #3  |  Link
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You probably mean CSS, and if they're duplicated properly it should not know the difference.

DVD Decrypter will report the copy protection. It can also remove it from most disks when ripping it to your hard drive.
Hi, thanx for the quick reply. I tried DVD decrypter, it reports no RCE protection, and no Copyright protection. However, the disc will not play on my Home Cinema. The same disc run through Nero Recode reports the same as the other disc, only it plays fine. Any other idea what it might be?

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Old 29th July 2007, 21:30   #4  |  Link
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However, the disc will not play on my Home Cinema.
What software and procedures did you use to create this DVD copy?
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Old 30th July 2007, 15:40   #5  |  Link
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Hi!What software and procedures did you use to create this DVD copy?
Different types. Different programs have been used for making images. I also tried downloading ripped dvd-r to see how that worked. Then burned with Nero. All discs are fine on other systems, but my Home theater system just states, "Play prohibited".

Any clues?
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