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Old 06-30-2004, 09:32 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I need to copyright some songs on a cd, for a friend to sell... So that people can't burn, or copy the files from the cd... well at least burn it. Isn't there a program that will do this?

(I'm going to work, and I can't google a look, I need to figure it out like.. before I get home hehe)

So.. sorry for my laziness, but thanks all
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if there was,dont you think the music companys would be using it
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I did a google search for it and found nothing. Windows Media Player has a feature that will only let the songs play on the computer they were created on, i think.
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I've heard of CD protection called Safedisc 2.0, it's pretty hard to copy
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if there was,dont you think the music companys would be using it
Exactly.

Hey Demalaii, to my knowledge there is no such utility that will copy-protect a music CD. Safedisk...securom.. and others like it are typically used on video game CDs. My guess is that it will not work on a music CD because the data that is stored on the disk is totally different from a video game file.
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