[QUOTE=BethWazHere;2662895] ok if i am understanding what you and the TrueCrypt website is saying: I download trueCrypt, Put a Blank DVD-R into the DVD drive and close it, Create a Volume on The Blank DVD-R, Mount it on the Blank DVD-R, then burn my DVD video in Windows DVD Maker, and My DVD will be able to be watched on any DVD player but never without a ton of hard work be able to be Ripped, copied, or Dubbed (basically means can’t be copied from one DVD to the other)? I want to make DVDs of weddings but am not wanting my clients to Copy the video in anyway as much as I can possibly do this. Also I have no money yet. so free is great for me. :D[/QUOTE]
Do you realize movie giants have tried to encrypt discs for many years and all of them have been broken?
Don’t know about the truecrypt…
Now if you have money, you might could implement something like macrovision.
Yet I would think they would want fees to use their products.
Here’s the problem…any disc created must be compliant so that it will readily play on ALL players on the market, present and past.
Yet there may be some programs out there…
Yet I wouldn’t touch them with a 10ft pole.
Put “how to encrypt dvd video” in search engine.
My suggestion is to charge more for your product.