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Old 5th August 2003, 08:27   #1  |  Link
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anyway of removing licenses from a asf file ?

not sure if this is in the correct topic but here goes

got a few asf files on my h-drive , but when i play these it says aquiring license , license aquired etc , if i try play on a friends comp it asks for a username / pass ( to the site i got em from ) so im presuming if i cancel my membership i cant watch these files anymore

is there anyway to remove these licenses , by either cutting the files or converting em ?

if anyone wants a sample of one of these files to work with PM me

cheers for any help
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You could try to render them using AVISynth and open it in VDub...
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Old 8th August 2003, 07:20   #3  |  Link
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k think best way to do this is to play in windows media player and capture whats playing with a program .. anyone any ideas on a program that can caputer what media player is playin
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Camtasia can do it.
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Old 17th August 2003, 20:08   #5  |  Link
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get real choppy playback when using camtasia or similar prog
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Try graphedit.
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still tryin to suss this in anyone has any ideas , id be gratefull
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Did you try either Sirber's or mf's suggestions? If so, what were the results?
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Old 20th October 2003, 13:27   #9  |  Link
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ok im still stuck on this problem , i did get graphedit and avisynth , but to be honest im a bit lost on how to use these progs

if anyone can help me with a quick guide that would be great
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ok i got graphedit , clicked render mediafile , opened my asf file
and got this error msg

could not construct graph from this file
-have you installed all necessary filters
-note render option cant render grf files

error code (0xc00d00c8)

trying avisynth i get same error code
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You could try playing the file in Media Player Classic and see if you can use GraphEdit to 'Connect to Remote Graph'. But, I suspect that since the DRM would be enabled on this file, you would not be able to connect it.
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Old 20th October 2003, 16:52   #12  |  Link
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u suspect correctly , the file will only play in windows media 9

the only way i can see of keepin these films is outpit to my standalone dvd recorder and copy them this way , seems a shame theres not a better way to do this
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Try AsfTools.
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asf problems

Have you tried Virtualdub v1.3C? If you have the correct filters installed, you should be able to open the file and re-encode it with the codec of your choice. good luck
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