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HARDCOPY OF PURCHASED MOVIES

HARDCOPY OF PURCHASED MOVIES

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Contributor 4ECB
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How do I make a hard copy of movies I purchased via On Demand? I want to make a copy on a CD utilizing my laptop. I have a wireless Verizon internet access on my Windows 7 Home Premium Toshiba laptop and Extreme HD ,Quantum, 50/50 speed service, a DVR and HD set top box.

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@4ECB wrote:

How do I make a hard copy of movies I purchased via On Demand? I want to make a copy on a CD utilizing my laptop. I have a wireless Verizon internet access on my Windows 7 Home Premium Toshiba laptop and Extreme HD ,Quantum, 50/50 speed service, a DVR and HD set top box.


You cant, well legally, that I know of.

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Only way I know of is to play the movies from one device to another that can record them (ie STB to DVD recorder).


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@CRobGauth wrote:

Only way I know of is to play the movies from one device to another that can record them (ie STB to DVD recorder).


That doesn't work either. At least it doesn't on the two DVD recorders I have. When I have tried in the past it will tell me that this is copyright protected and can't be recorded. 

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@hallrk wrote:

@CRobGauth wrote:

Only way I know of is to play the movies from one device to another that can record them (ie STB to DVD recorder).


That doesn't work either. At least it doesn't on the two DVD recorders I have. When I have tried in the past it will tell me that this is copyright protected and can't be recorded. 


Exactly, which is why you cant do it legally.

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I have not done it for movies I have purchsed, but have for movies I have rented.

I use the video out (composite) and it works fine.

But my recorder is probably 10 years old.


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Wondering if this would work,  Free Desktop Recorder & Screen Recording Software for Windows 8 | 7

Might be a little cheeeeeese, but I bet it would work.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Because this thead has strayed into an area that infringes on copyright and ownership, it will now be locked.   You may wish to check out the FiOS mobile app https://www.verizon.com/fiostv/myapps/unprotected/apps.aspx  where you can manage DVR recordings, watch free and paid VOD and watch live programming.

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