Last week my daughter was given a Spider-Man DVD for her birthday from her younger sister. We went to play it from our laptop and watch it on the Apple TV but because of the Disney copy protection it would not work! So we went out to my study and tried to watch it on my 2018 Mac mini with an external DVD player, but the video kept crashing the computer. This has some heavy duty software protection on it!
In the end I had to buy some software to copy the DVD onto our computer before we could watch it. I was a bit nervous because some of the DVD ripping sites looked undesirable. But in the end I found a good site and the software worked well. Sadly we were unable to watch the video that night on my daughter’s birthday, but we were able to watch it the next night!
We live in a post-DVD world now but there are still occasions whereÂ you mayÂ need to burn a DVD. Â My son recently played in a piano concert and he wanted to burn a DVD of the concert for his grandfather. Â iDVD Â is the best option for doing this. Here’s how to get hold of it and what it can do.
I can’t remember how long it was since I last burned a DVD, Most movies are shared now via the internet, or on a thumbdrive, but I was recently doing a Â course and they required me to submit a recording of myself on DVD! Â Here is how to record a video on your iPhone and then burn it to a DVD.
I noticed when watching movies on my 27 inch iMac that they are too dark especially in dark scenes. What I mean is that there are a lot of details in the blacks missing compared to watching on a normal DVD player.Â Â I’ve also noticed the same thing when watching a movie on a projectorÂ Â hooked up to my macbook air. Turning the contrast or brightness up doesn’t work as it just washes out the blacks. Here’s the cause of this frustrating problem and how to fix it!
I just set up my Apple TV and was very surprised that when I played a DVD from my Macbook Â it came out all grey on the Apple TV. This thread claims that you cannot play a DVD on Apple TV due to copyright. Here are two ways to get around Apple’s DVD viewing protection.