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  1. I am trying to make copies of my BD-R discs using a Samsung SE-506 external writer but I am getting an error message telling me the source BD-R is copy protected.
    The source data is my own HD video originally transferred from my camcorder to a Panasonic Blu-ray Player / Recorder.
    The copy protection message appears regardless of whether the disc was finalised.
    The software I am using is PowerDVD

    What would be causing my own BD-R discs to become copy protected?
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    what is the model # of the Panasonic Blu-ray Player / Recorder.
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    But what are you attempting ?

    Playing the disk with a software player (PowerDVD) and record that as it plays ?

    Not the way to do this. You rip the disk to your HDD and re-burn with the writer.
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  4. Are you doing what DB83 asked (capture during playback)? If so, take his advice that this is not a good workflow. Direct digital backup or digital clip editing is the way to go.
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    Use different software. For something as straightforward as disc image copying, there's nothing better than ImgBurn.

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  6. Originally Posted by october262 View Post
    what is the model # of the panasonic blu-ray player / recorder.
    dmr-bs750eb
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  7. Originally Posted by DB83 View Post
    But what are you attempting ?

    Playing the disk with a software player (PowerDVD) and record that as it plays ?

    Not the way to do this. You rip the disk to your HDD and re-burn with the writer.
    Yes have been trying to rip to HDD in the first instance.
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  8. Originally Posted by Cornucopia View Post
    Use different software. For something as straightforward as disc image copying, there's nothing better than ImgBurn.

    Scott
    Thanks, will try this and also selecting clips rather than entire disk.
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    Originally Posted by Andrew412 View Post
    Originally Posted by DB83 View Post
    But what are you attempting ?

    Playing the disk with a software player (PowerDVD) and record that as it plays ?

    Not the way to do this. You rip the disk to your HDD and re-burn with the writer.
    Yes have been trying to rip to HDD in the first instance.
    Ok. But where does PowerDVD fit in to the equation ?
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