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4/3/10 6:47 P

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I wish I had advice for you - but I'm at a loss. We download our videos in an unprotected format and convert them to DVD using VisualHub (we are MAC users). If the video is choppy, you might want to try another DRM removal software to see if the same things happens again. Or try another file type conversion? We convert ours to an ISO file and burn it through Toast - it works just fine :)

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4/3/10 8:47 A

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Okay, i've wasted many weeks trying to remove the DRM protections from my iTunes flicks (didn't realize this had to happen til after i'd bought several t.v. episodes and history specials and couldn't burn them to dvd). I have DRM removal software, but its so confusing because of all the options you have to turn the video into.

the big problem is that the video is really choppy when its been DRM removed. i'm wondering if there's something i need to do on my computer to get rid of that issue. it just sucks that the video seems to skip in split seconds and doesn't sync well with the sound (at least that's rarely screwed with). i've got great documentaries i'd love to use in a classroom, but i can't if they're shown in that migraine-inducing chop-view. ugh.

any help on that would be great, and for those wondering, i got the wondershare kind (i tried several for free and this one was one of the only ones that in demo mode would look at .m4v files and acknowledge them, leading to my reason to buy it).

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