Macrovision Hack or Mod for Pioneer DV-250

Discussion in 'DVD Video' started by Chris, Sep 22, 2003.

  1. Chris

    Chris Guest

    I have my Pioneer DV-250 connected to the VCR but can't watch dvd's because
    of macrovision. Is there a hack or internal mod that will disable
    macrovision? I know I could buy a modulator but I'd rather disable
    macrovision anyway.

    Chris, Sep 22, 2003
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  2. You thieves are always coming up with what you think are original excuses for copying DVD's.
    No don't NEED to crack the macrovision. It's there for a reason. Just watch the disc like you're supposed

    Doc Speedbyrd
    Doc Speedbyrd, Sep 22, 2003
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  3. Chris

    Proctor Guest

    Keep trying- You don't ALWAYS get responces from "never done anything like
    that before" JACKASSES..

    Good Luck
    Proctor, Sep 22, 2003

  4. He can just watch the DVD's the way he's supposed to.

    Doc Speedbyrd
    Doc Speedbyrd, Sep 22, 2003
  5. Chris

    Proctor Guest

    It's a good thing you are around to keep an eye on things. Too bad you
    don't have a real life and prefer to judge others instead of taking them at
    their word. I would thing you could contain your cleanup of the internet to
    some more pressing issues.
    Proctor, Sep 22, 2003

  6. I don't recall having addressed you. You are dismissed until summoned.

    Doc Speedbyrd
    Doc Speedbyrd, Sep 22, 2003
  7. Chris

    Proctor Guest

    Proctor, Sep 22, 2003
  8. Chris

    luminos Guest

    luminos, Sep 22, 2003
  9. You can thank the video pirates for the studios insisting on copy
    protection schemes. It doesn't matter if casual theft is a real economic
    burden on the studios, they use it as an excuse.

    HD-DVD is being delayed and that can be laid squarely on the doorsteps
    of video pirates, IMHO.



    Thermodynamics For Dummies: You can't win.
    You can't break even.
    You can't get out of the game.
    Matthew L. Martin, Sep 22, 2003
    Doc Speedbyrd, Sep 22, 2003
  11. Chris

    Chris Guest

    If I want to copy them, I just make VCD's. As a matter of fact, that's the
    only way I can watch them right now because my copied VCD's don't have
    macrovision. That's also a good way to keep the kid's from destroying
    expensive originals. The problem is with rented or borrowed DVD's that I
    don't intend to copy.


    Chris, Sep 23, 2003
  12. Stop blaming the kids for your own shortcomings or else teach them not to destroy stuff! This tired old
    excuse has been rehashed too many times.

    Doc Speedbyrd, Sep 23, 2003
  13. Chris

    Chris Guest

    Who are you to tell me how to raise my kids!! Like anything else, they are
    learning but not perfect. They will make mistakes such as dropping or
    letting the 1 year old get to a tape or disc. I'd rather it be a copy than
    the original. Either you have too much money or (hopefully) have never had


    Chris, Sep 23, 2003

  14. You obviously don't know how or else you're lying on them to justify your thievery. So I AM telling you!

    Money situation is ok and certainly have no desire for kids. Especially if they turn out like yours! They'd
    get into my discs only ONCE!

    You're a fool for letting kids get into tapes, discs. I say again: CONTROL YOUR KIDS!
    or else quit lying about the reason you REALLY want to do the copies.
    Doc Speedbyrd, Sep 23, 2003
  15. Chris

    Ronald Cole Guest

    Spoken like a man who has no kids dispensing advice about how to raise
    kids... Now why don't you tell us why we should listen to the
    opinions of someone who loves to talk about shit they obviously know
    nothing about? Oh, yeah, because that's the definition of Usenet: any
    feces flinging monkey can have his fifteen minutes...
    Ronald Cole, Sep 23, 2003

  16. Guess you'd know.

    Move along now.

    Doc Speedbyrd
    Doc Speedbyrd, Sep 24, 2003
  17. Chris

    Chris Guest

    Ask an honest innocent question and some asshole has to tell me how to live
    my life. There ARE legitimate reasons for backing up DVD's and video tapes.
    If my tape wears out or my DVD get's scratched, will the MPAA give me a new
    one for free? I don't think so. And what about 8mm video from the camcorder?
    Where do I get another copy of that? Of course I realize your main objective
    here is to piss people off but it won't work for me. Get a life.


    Chris, Sep 26, 2003
  18. Chris

    Mr. Byrd Guest

    No there isn't!

    It already has and you're still a thief. Either that, or you don't know jack shit about raising kids and
    probably should have never had any! Now go run along and steal some more!

    Mr. Byrd, Sep 26, 2003
  19. Chris

    Biz Guest

    If my tires or brakes wear out on my car will VW give me new parts for free?
    Things do wear out.

    And what about 8mm video from the camcorder?

    8mm video is usually your own footage, there are no copyright issues or
    rights to make it illegal to do that....
    Biz, Sep 26, 2003
  20. Chris

    Mr. Byrd Guest

    Just let him blame the kids so he can justify himself.

    Doc Speedbyrd
    Mr. Byrd, Sep 26, 2003
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