How to Copy Copyright Protected DVD to Computer
For DVD fans who have a large collection of DVDs, you may want to find a better and more convenient way to back up the DVD content. The quickest way is to copy DVDs to digital videos. But how to copy protected DVD to computer, hard drive or other devices efforlessly. Many people have found it's not easy to do this.
The key factor that's holding you off is DVD copy protection. Put simply, being protected by digital rights management (DRM) and encryption system, DVD will be encrypted as to prevent the users from illegally ripping DVDs for sale and distribution. Currently, here are some frequently met DVD encryptions listed below:
DVD Region Code – prevents the playback of region-coded discs outside the area they are made for. (More information please read: DVD Region Hack)
CSS (Content Scrambling System) – prevents DVD content from being illegally copied or piracy. Here's the related guide on how to remove DVD CSS.
Disney X-Project DRM Protection – A copy protection technology invented by Disney, so far up to 90% hack software can't work it out. And you can find the best Disney DVD ripper here: Rip Disney Disc to Digital Formats.