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How to overcome Copy protected media?

Just bought and downloaded Nero 2016 Platinum. Trying to convert my BD library to my computer.
What do I do with "Failed to import...The inserted media is copy protected and cannot be imported." on a BD Disney Inside Out movie?
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  • With Nero do nothing with it, because Nero doesn't support bypassing any copy protection of movies due to law restrictions.

    You have to use another software for copying your discs.
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    anydvd hd will remove the protection, you will probably need a Bluray drive in your computer
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  • Hi Steve

    what you're talking about is Cinavia. This is a quote from AnyDVD forum:

    Cinavia is not a protection, its an audio DRM. Protections stop you from copying, CINAVIA doesn't do that. It interrupts playback AFTER the copy has been made.

    Anydvd HD can do it for Blu-ray in combination with CloneBD, but the fix isn't perfect. For DVD's with CINAVIA you have 2 choices.
    1) play it on a PC with a software player and enable Anydvd's "Prevent CINAVIA detection by software players" setting. This will prevent the SOFTWARE player from DETECTING the signal, it will NOT remove the signal

    2) Play it on a DVD only standalone player. Cinavia is not officially adopted by the DVD specification and as such DVD ONLY standalone players are not required to detect the signal.

    Anydvd will likely be updated to support it in a future version, but CINAVIA on DVD's just isn't widespread enough yet. It's only on a small number of DVD's and most of them are SONY releases (main backer of CINAVIA).
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