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Can I burn an iPlayer recording?


anskyber

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I have downloaded a programme to my pc which I should like to watch on my tv, for practical reasons it is best for me to burn a copy to a dvd then watch it on my dvd player.

I have burned a disc but it will not play even though my player will play mp4 files.

I imagine the programme from iPlayer is copy protected? Does anyone know if I can burn a copy legally and if so how?

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AL47

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we pay for it too :/

i have win media center and a tuner so record fine so i too find this a strange thing to prevent

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anskyber

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Thank you both.

I thought as much. I too find it odd that a programme can be recorded on one medium but not another.

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john bunyan

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It is odd that if you record a TV programme using Windows Media Centre or a DVD recorder, you can make a DVD, but not via iPlayer. Not sure why there is a difference.

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MAT ALAN

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in a word NO..

click here

section 3.3

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