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The Macrovision Remover Helps You Protect Your Dvd Collection.
By Steven Fields
As any avid movie fan (read: DVD Collector) knows, the quality of the we buy on DVD is far more superior to just VHS. Often times there are special features, additional footage and even little games on our favorite DVD that we simply could never have hoped to enjoy on VHS tape. The only problem being of course is that DVD discs are simply not as damage proof as VHS were. All it takes is a little touch or a tiny scratch to make that $20.00 - $30.00 dollar DVD investment turn into nothing more than a coffee cup coaster.
Not to mention of you have kids that now know how to use the DVD player. They'll be handling the DVD the same way they handle their toys, putting them down anywhere, touching the bottom of the disc with reckless abandon, and potentially scratching up your precious DVD beyond repair. And that's where the word backup comes in. In order to protect your expensive movie collection from damage, dirt, dust, or dirty fingers, I would recommend to all DVD fans a simple solution. Backup your DVD Discs. By making a backup copy onto a VHS tape, your kids can still watch their favorite without you having to constantly replace them.
I myself love my DVD movies, and often purchase anywhere from 5-6 each and every month. And I swiftly make a backup copy of the most watched onto a blank VHS tape. Now, in a perfect world, this would take nothing more than connecting my VCR to my DVD player and simply recording the movie. There is however a problem. DVD contain something called Macrovision Protection. For those of you not clear on what this is, think of the green fading screen that you see if you've ever tried to backup your DVD to a VHS tape. While this green fading screen does not appear when you're watching your DVD movie, it is always there. And for this reason, if you want to backup your DVD to a VHS tape to protect them, you'll need what's called a Macrovision Remover. The Macrovision remover is a little device that connects between your DVD player and your VHS machine. When connected, you will be able to bypass the Macrovision protection on the DVD disc, and easily record your DVD movie to a blank VHS tape.
Now, before we get into the lower quality of a VHS tape, it's important to note that recording a DVD disc to a VHS tape will still provide you with a better quality viewing experience than buying that same movie on a VHS tape from the get go. More important than that though, you'll be able to protect your DVD discs from getting damaged to the point that they simply will not even play in your DVD
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