Nice post but Don't know much about Super, Downloaded and installe it Will I be able to convert a protected purshased from Itunes TVShow to an unprotected mp4v file?
You are in breach of the forum rules and are being issued with a formal warning. Please stop post same message. ANd please stop hijack topics. Make a new topic instead.
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I believe I ask a fair question, Isn't what a forum is all about if people are discussing a Theme and they know about the theme is fair to ask, I search the forum and didn't find the answer saw a couple of post where people seems to know and ask.
be more discrette I'm new to this forum and I'm looking for answers If you needed to say someting to me easily could use a PM or send me a E-Mail, Do not try to use The I'm a super moderator here and I need to disclose it with me....
I'm very aggravated by the public warning..... Next time be more discrete with users.....
Read the short list of rules right above where you wrote your post's
Or you could actually read the Forum rules / Acceptable Use Policy(AUP)
Specifically where it say'sDo not hijack topics.
Please try to stick to the author's first post in each topic, if you want to discuss something else, create a new topic.Do not post the same topic on several forums.
Please do not cross post, once is enough.Originally Posted by azsuptt
I'm sorry, i could not contain myself 8)
And he's not a supermod, he's the owner
Not to mention he gave you a pretty good answer.
Videos downloaded from the iTunes Music Store reportedly use FairPlay protection on the audio, and a form of Macrovision protection for the video. I haven't heard of any way to get around the latter, except for outputting it to video and recording it with something that can ignore the Macrovision in the video.If cameras add ten pounds, why would people want to eat them?