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11-19-2015, 08:14 AM
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Hi, am really hoping some of you clever people can help me... It's my daughters nativity play soon, and the preschool want to film it and produce a DVD for parents. There is no filming/photos allowed to be taken by parents (for obvious security reasons) but I am worried that the DVD which is being made by the preschool could so easily be downloaded and put online/shared via social media by parents.
My question is- are you aware of any 'block' that could be put on the DVD to stop it being copied or downloaded? Or a dvd format which again would be difficult/ not compatible with downloading? I can then suggest that the preschool only produce these.
I am not technologically minded and would really really appreciate any advice! Many thanks :-)
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11-19-2015, 08:54 AM
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The short answer is not really.

If they're actually pressing discs rather than burning them they could make it slightly more difficult for a lazy person to copy, but anyone with a little determination can get past all of the Hollywood big money copy protection solutions.
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No. This has been tried many times, and it always fails.

... and it will just piss off parents that want to share a video of little Suzy dancing with Grandma in another state. The school will be inundated by complaints, and be forced to find another video producer next year.

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