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Hi, I've burned dvd's before, but when I try to burn this certain dvd, I get the message "Dvd compliance test failed." I read through the faq's on nero's website, but my dvd is not copyrighted. Any help?
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Hi, I've burned dvd's before, but when I try to burn this certain dvd, I get the message "Dvd compliance test failed." I read through the faq's on nero's website, but my dvd is not copyrighted. Any help?

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It may not be copywrited but it may be encrypted. Did the Nero FAQ say anything about encryption, which is one way of protecting copywrited material?
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It said something about dvd authoring making it non-compliable.
Is there any way around this encryption issue?

Thanks.
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Howdy:

There mat be but even if there was out ToS wouldn't allow us to help you out..

It is copywritten or encrypted for a reason.. to keep people from copying/pirating it..

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That's weird, because it's a collection of 5 bootleg concerts put up for free on a band's fansite..
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Bootlegged sounds iffy and what starts iffy usually causes problems later, somehow I don't think anyone here could help you then, sorry.
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Well it's all in dvd format and everything (vob, ifo, and bup), so I don't see why it's different than anything else.

Thanks anyway though guys. I'll try and get it figured out!
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That's weird, because it's a collection of 5 bootleg concerts put up for free on a band's fansite..

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And that's all it takes to make it illegal.. This thread is closed..

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