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VCD/SVCD copy protection

Today I'm going to write a simple tutorial about my idea how to copy protect a VCD/SVCD against copying. I know that its maybe not the most common used movie format , but I would like to share with my experience. Maybe someone will find it usefull. My method prevents CloneCD & Alcohol from making a copy , and it still can be played on PC & Stand alone VCD/DVD players.

Some steps of this tutorial will requiere some knowlage (unfortunetly) but don't panic. I know that everyone that will really want to try it out will handle it.

Ok, lets start. To begin you will need your main movie to protect and a small movie sample (can be 10-20 seconds long).
Run Nero, and create a new VCD/SVCD compilation.
First place the small movie (track2) and after that your main movie (track3).

Note: Please unmark the Joliet FS. The image can't have Joliet File System on it. So please look around at the burn options to unmark the Joliet and select only ISO. It can be Level 1 or 2 - it doesn't matter. I use normal nero - not the Nero Express.

Now if you have finished those steps please burn your compilation to an image file (don't burn it to a CDR/CDRW media!).

Next mount the created image using a VD (Virtual Drive) such as for example Daemon Tools. Run CloneCD or Alcohol and create an image of your mounted VCD/SVCD disc. Please note that the image must be in CloneCD format : .ccd, .img, .sub
If it comes to optiones used : default ones can do fine. But to be sure select the read sub channel. Also please select to make a cue file - it will be needed in next steps.


Now that we have created the CloneCD image of our VCD/SVCD disc we can start to implement the VCD -> HDD copy protection method. This protection will prevent user from copying the avseqxx.dat (movie file) using Windows Explorer. This step is not required. You can go to the next step if you donít want VCD -> HDD copy protection. Also you can try a tool that does something similar (hides the entire MPEGAV directory): Google for VCDProt.

We are going to change the name of avseq01.dat file in the MPEGAV directory. Avseq01.dat is the pointer to our sample movie track(the 10-20 second one that you have added in nero as the first movie track). For example we will change it to : lock000.dll
So open your favorite hexeditor and select find string (or other what ever its called) and write : avseq01
It should goto to the place where we need as the info about the name is written at the begining of the image (iso format). Now change the name of it to lock000.dll and save changes.

Also a good step would be to change the avseq02.dat file size & lba to 0.
It will prevent copying the movie via Explorer. I'll add an explanation of this in few days. Those who know Iso9660 structure can do it manualy.


Now after you have finished this step , you need to correct the error correction codes (Note: your image is in RAW format). To do this please find your self a tool called CDMage(google for it).

Run CDMage and open your image. Now run Action -> Scan for corruption. Note : Do not scan the entire image. Please do a scan till 5000 sectors.
After it detects a 1 bad sector(there should be only one bad sector) please do : Action -> Rebuild sector fields. Select all possible boxes (if they are not checked) and press OK. It should fix the error sector correction codes.
To be 100% sure please do one more time the scan for corruption to see if all is ok (till 5000 sectors that is).

Now we have to mount our CloneCD image using a Virtual Drive.
Please download IsoBuster if you don't have it.
Using IsoBuster please extract Track1, Track2, Track3 (all in RAW MODE !!!!) into one directory.
Now , as you know our Track2 is a dummy. Your task now will be to create a file that will have EXACTLY THE SAME SIZE as Track2 that you have ripped. ITS VERY IMPORTANT THAT THIS FILE MUST HAVE THE SAME SIZE !!! You can use your notepad to create such file. It name can be dummy.txt (you can fill it will AAAAAAAAAA... CCCCCCCCCC... or anything else - it doesn't matter).

Now remember our cue file that I have told you to make ?

My looks like this :

FILE "image.bin" BINARY
TRACK 1 MODE2/2352
INDEX 1 00:00:00
TRACK 2 MODE2/2352
INDEX 1 00:18:00
TRACK 3 MODE2/2352
INDEX 1 00:28:00

we will have to change it a bit becouse we have to add our dummy file to it.

Track1.bin is the RAW image of Track1(iso),
Track3.bin is the RAW image of Track3 (your main movie),

FILE "Track1.bin" BINARY
TRACK 1 MODE2/2352
INDEX 1 00:00:00

FILE "dummy.txt" BINARY
TRACK 2 MODE2/2352
INDEX 1 00:00:00

FILE "Track3.bin" BINARY
TRACK 3 MODE2/2352
INDEX 1 00:00:00


Ok, hope all is ok. Now you need to mount your cue file (the modified one) using a Virtual Drive & Create a CloneCD image from it.

After you have created our last image you will have to change the .ccd file manualy. The changes are really simple. open your .ccd file using notepad or any other text editors.
Here are my original entries :


[Entry 3]
Session=1
Point=0x01
ADR=0x01
Control=0x04
TrackNo=0
AMin=0
ASec=0
AFrame=0
ALBA=-150
Zero=0
PMin=0
PSec=2
PFrame=0
PLBA=0

[Entry 4]
Session=1
Point=0x02
ADR=0x01
Control=0x04
TrackNo=0
AMin=0
ASec=0
AFrame=0
ALBA=-150
Zero=0
PMin=0
PSec=18
PFrame=0
PLBA=1200


and now here are the modified ones (please look at comments)


[Entry 3]
Session=1
Point=0x01
ADR=0x01
Control=0x04
TrackNo=0
AMin=0
ASec=0
AFrame=0
ALBA=-150
Zero=0
PMin=0
PSec=18
PFrame=1 -> he is the change
PLBA=1201 -> here also I need to add 1

[Entry 4]
Session=1
Point=0x02
ADR=0x01
Control=0x04
TrackNo=0
AMin=0
ASec=0
AFrame=0
ALBA=-150
Zero=0
PMin=0
PSec=18
PFrame=0
PLBA=1200 -> like you can see I've add + 1 frame to track 1 (entry3)


Now save your changes. Please note that the values in the PSec , PFrame , PLBA are in my example ok. you can have diferent in your image. But use the analogy (analize what I did in my .ccd file).

Now your VCD is protected Simply burn the CCD image with CloneCD + ignore read errors

And now here is the result of this protection :

I 16:12:22 CloneCD Version 4.2.0.2 started!
I 16:12:22 ElbyCDIO Driver 4.2.0.0
I 16:12:22 ElbyCDIO.dll 4.2.0.2
I 16:12:22 CCDDriver.dll 4.2.0.2
I 16:12:22 ElbyECC.dll 4.0.0.0
I 16:12:22 Registered to UNREGISTERED
I 16:12:23 Searching for SCSI/ATAPI devices...
I 16:12:23 Device Scan found 3 CD-ROMs and 1 CD-Writers!
I 16:12:53 Starting copy from LITE-ON DVDRW LDW-451S to C:\WINDOWS\Pulpit\project\vcdtest3\go.ccd
I 16:12:53 Read Speed for Data Tracks: Maximum
I 16:12:53 Read Speed for Audio Tracks: Maximum
I 16:12:53 Read SubChannel Data from Data Tracks: Yes
I 16:12:53 Read SubChannel Data from Audio Tracks: No
I 16:12:53 Fast Error Skip: Yes
I 16:12:53 Don't report read errors: No
I 16:12:53 Intelligent Bad Sector Scanner: Yes
I 16:12:53 CD contains CD-Text: No
I 16:12:53 Reading Track 1 Pregap... (Blocks 0-601)
I 16:13:01 Reading Track 1... (Blocks 601-404999)
W 16:13:01 If you don't expect read errors on this CD, disable "Fast Error Skip"!
W 16:13:01 Failed to read Sector 601
W 16:13:01 Failed to read Sector 602
W 16:13:01 Failed to read Sector 603
W 16:13:01 Failed to read Sector 604
I 16:13:01 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:01 Writing Dummy Sectors 605 to 705
I 16:13:01 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:01 Writing Dummy Sectors 706 to 806
I 16:13:01 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:01 Writing Dummy Sectors 807 to 907
I 16:13:01 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:01 Writing Dummy Sectors 908 to 1008
I 16:13:01 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:01 Writing Dummy Sectors 1009 to 1109
I 16:13:01 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:01 Writing Dummy Sectors 1110 to 1210
I 16:13:01 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:01 Writing Dummy Sectors 1211 to 1311
I 16:13:01 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:01 Writing Dummy Sectors 1312 to 1412
I 16:13:01 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:01 Writing Dummy Sectors 1413 to 1513
I 16:13:01 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:01 Writing Dummy Sectors 1514 to 1614
I 16:13:01 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:01 Writing Dummy Sectors 1615 to 1715
I 16:13:01 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:01 Writing Dummy Sectors 1716 to 1816
I 16:13:01 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:01 Writing Dummy Sectors 1817 to 1917
I 16:13:01 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:01 Writing Dummy Sectors 1918 to 2018
I 16:13:01 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:01 Writing Dummy Sectors 2019 to 2119
I 16:13:01 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:01 Writing Dummy Sectors 2120 to 2220
I 16:13:01 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:01 Writing Dummy Sectors 2221 to 2321
I 16:13:01 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:01 Writing Dummy Sectors 2322 to 2422
I 16:13:01 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:01 Writing Dummy Sectors 2423 to 2523
I 16:13:02 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:02 Writing Dummy Sectors 2524 to 2624
I 16:13:02 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:02 Writing Dummy Sectors 2625 to 2725
I 16:13:02 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:02 Writing Dummy Sectors 2726 to 2826
I 16:13:02 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:02 Writing Dummy Sectors 2827 to 2927
I 16:13:02 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:02 Writing Dummy Sectors 2928 to 3028
I 16:13:02 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:02 Writing Dummy Sectors 3029 to 3129
I 16:13:02 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:02 Writing Dummy Sectors 3130 to 3230
I 16:13:02 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:02 Writing Dummy Sectors 3231 to 3331
I 16:13:02 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:02 Writing Dummy Sectors 3332 to 3432
I 16:13:02 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:02 Writing Dummy Sectors 3433 to 3533
I 16:13:02 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:02 Writing Dummy Sectors 3534 to 3634
I 16:13:02 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:02 Writing Dummy Sectors 3635 to 3735
I 16:13:02 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:02 Writing Dummy Sectors 3736 to 3836
I 16:13:02 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:02 Writing Dummy Sectors 3837 to 3937
I 16:13:02 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:02 Writing Dummy Sectors 3938 to 4038
I 16:13:02 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:02 Writing Dummy Sectors 4039 to 4139
I 16:13:02 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:02 Writing Dummy Sectors 4140 to 4240
I 16:13:02 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:02 Writing Dummy Sectors 4241 to 4341
I 16:13:02 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:02 Writing Dummy Sectors 4342 to 4442
I 16:13:02 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:02 Writing Dummy Sectors 4443 to 4543
I 16:13:02 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:02 Writing Dummy Sectors 4544 to 4644
I 16:13:03 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:03 Writing Dummy Sectors 4645 to 4745
I 16:13:03 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:03 Writing Dummy Sectors 4746 to 4846
I 16:13:03 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:03 Writing Dummy Sectors 4847 to 4947
I 16:13:03 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:03 Writing Dummy Sectors 4948 to 5048
I 16:13:03 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:03 Writing Dummy Sectors 5049 to 5149
I 16:13:03 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:03 Writing Dummy Sectors 5150 to 5250
I 16:13:03 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:13:03 Writing Dummy Sectors 5251 to 5351
I 16:13:03 Duration of operation: 00:00:09
I 16:13:03 Average Speed: 1395 kBytes/s (7.93)
I 16:13:03 Reading finished!


One log, now a next one :


I 16:16:42 CloneCD Version 5.2.6.1 started!
I 16:16:42 ElbyCDIO Driver 4.3.3.3
I 16:16:43 ElbyCDIO.dll 5.1.0.2
I 16:16:43 CCDDriver.dll 5.0.0.1
I 16:16:43 ElbyECC.dll 4.0.0.0
I 16:16:43 WriteDVD.dll 2.5.0.3
W 16:16:44 Registered to: UNREGISTERED
W 16:16:44 21 of 21 Trial Days remaining!
I 16:16:44 Searching for SCSI/ATAPI devices...
I 16:16:44 Device Scan found 2 CD-ROMs and 1 CD-Writers!
I 16:17:22 Starting copy from LITE-ON DVDRW LDW-451S to C:\WINDOWS\Pulpit\project\vcdtest3\go2.ccd
I 16:17:22 Read Speed for Data Tracks: Maximum
I 16:17:22 Read Speed for Audio Tracks: Maximum
I 16:17:22 Read SubChannel Data from Data Tracks: Yes
I 16:17:22 Read SubChannel Data from Audio Tracks: No
I 16:17:22 Fast Error Skip: Yes
I 16:17:22 Don't report read errors: No
I 16:17:22 Intelligent Bad Sector Scanner: Yes
I 16:17:22 CD contains CD-Text: No
I 16:17:22 Reading Track 1 Pregap... (Blocks 0-601)
I 16:17:29 Reading Track 1... (Blocks 601-404999)
W 16:17:29 If you don't expect read errors on this CD, disable "Fast Error Skip"!
W 16:17:29 Failed to read Sector 601
W 16:17:29 Failed to read Sector 602
W 16:17:29 Failed to read Sector 603
W 16:17:29 Failed to read Sector 604
I 16:17:29 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:29 Writing Dummy Sectors 605 to 705
I 16:17:29 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:29 Writing Dummy Sectors 706 to 806
I 16:17:29 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:29 Writing Dummy Sectors 807 to 907
I 16:17:29 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:29 Writing Dummy Sectors 908 to 1008
I 16:17:29 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:29 Writing Dummy Sectors 1009 to 1109
I 16:17:29 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:29 Writing Dummy Sectors 1110 to 1210
I 16:17:29 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:30 Writing Dummy Sectors 1211 to 1311
I 16:17:30 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:30 Writing Dummy Sectors 1312 to 1412
I 16:17:30 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:30 Writing Dummy Sectors 1413 to 1513
I 16:17:30 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:30 Writing Dummy Sectors 1514 to 1614
I 16:17:30 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:30 Writing Dummy Sectors 1615 to 1715
I 16:17:30 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:30 Writing Dummy Sectors 1716 to 1816
I 16:17:30 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:30 Writing Dummy Sectors 1817 to 1917
I 16:17:30 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:30 Writing Dummy Sectors 1918 to 2018
I 16:17:30 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:30 Writing Dummy Sectors 2019 to 2119
I 16:17:30 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:30 Writing Dummy Sectors 2120 to 2220
I 16:17:30 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:30 Writing Dummy Sectors 2221 to 2321
I 16:17:30 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:30 Writing Dummy Sectors 2322 to 2422
I 16:17:30 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:30 Writing Dummy Sectors 2423 to 2523
I 16:17:30 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:30 Writing Dummy Sectors 2524 to 2624
I 16:17:30 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:30 Writing Dummy Sectors 2625 to 2725
I 16:17:30 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:30 Writing Dummy Sectors 2726 to 2826
I 16:17:30 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:30 Writing Dummy Sectors 2827 to 2927
I 16:17:30 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:30 Writing Dummy Sectors 2928 to 3028
I 16:17:30 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:30 Writing Dummy Sectors 3029 to 3129
I 16:17:30 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:30 Writing Dummy Sectors 3130 to 3230
I 16:17:30 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:30 Writing Dummy Sectors 3231 to 3331
I 16:17:31 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:31 Writing Dummy Sectors 3332 to 3432
I 16:17:31 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:31 Writing Dummy Sectors 3433 to 3533
I 16:17:31 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:31 Writing Dummy Sectors 3534 to 3634
I 16:17:31 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:31 Writing Dummy Sectors 3635 to 3735
I 16:17:31 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:31 Writing Dummy Sectors 3736 to 3836
I 16:17:31 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:31 Writing Dummy Sectors 3837 to 3937
I 16:17:31 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:31 Writing Dummy Sectors 3938 to 4038
I 16:17:31 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:31 Writing Dummy Sectors 4039 to 4139
I 16:17:31 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:31 Writing Dummy Sectors 4140 to 4240
I 16:17:31 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:31 Writing Dummy Sectors 4241 to 4341
I 16:17:31 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:31 Writing Dummy Sectors 4342 to 4442
I 16:17:31 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:31 Writing Dummy Sectors 4443 to 4543
I 16:17:31 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:31 Writing Dummy Sectors 4544 to 4644
I 16:17:31 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:31 Writing Dummy Sectors 4645 to 4745
I 16:17:31 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:31 Writing Dummy Sectors 4746 to 4846
I 16:17:31 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:31 Writing Dummy Sectors 4847 to 4947
I 16:17:31 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:31 Writing Dummy Sectors 4948 to 5048
I 16:17:31 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:31 Writing Dummy Sectors 5049 to 5149
I 16:17:31 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:31 Writing Dummy Sectors 5150 to 5250
I 16:17:31 Scanning bad sectors...
W 16:17:31 Writing Dummy Sectors 5251 to 5351
I 16:17:31 Duration of operation: 00:00:09
I 16:17:31 Average Speed: 1395 kBytes/s (7.93)
I 16:17:31 Reading finished!


and the last one:

I 12:29:14 CloneCD Version 5.2.6.1 started!
I 12:29:14 ElbyCDIO Driver 4.3.3.3
I 12:29:14 ElbyCDIO.dll 5.1.0.2
I 12:29:14 CCDDriver.dll 5.0.0.1
I 12:29:14 ElbyECC.dll 4.0.0.0
I 12:29:14 WriteDVD.dll 2.5.0.3
W 12:29:17 Registered to: UNREGISTERED
W 12:29:17 18 of 21 Trial Days remaining!
I 12:29:17 Searching for SCSI/ATAPI devices...
I 12:29:17 Device Scan found 3 CD-ROMs and 1 CD-Writers!
I 12:29:54 Starting copy from TEAC CD-540E to C:\WINDOWS\Pulpit\project\vcdtest3\go3.ccd
I 12:29:54 Read Speed for Data Tracks: Maximum
I 12:29:54 Read Speed for Audio Tracks: Maximum
I 12:29:54 Read SubChannel Data from Data Tracks: Yes
I 12:29:54 Read SubChannel Data from Audio Tracks: No
I 12:29:54 Fast Error Skip: Yes
I 12:29:54 Don't report read errors: No
I 12:29:54 Intelligent Bad Sector Scanner: Yes
I 12:29:54 CD contains CD-Text: No
I 12:29:54 Reading Track 1 Pregap... (Blocks 0-601)
I 12:30:02 Reading Track 1... (Blocks 601-404999)
W 12:30:02 If you don't expect read errors on this CD, disable "Fast Error Skip"!
W 12:30:02 Failed to read Sector 601
W 12:30:03 Failed to read Sector 602
W 12:30:09 Failed to read Sector 603
W 12:30:22 Failed to read Sector 604
I 12:30:41 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:31:01 Writing Dummy Sectors 605 to 705
I 12:31:20 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:31:40 Writing Dummy Sectors 706 to 806
I 12:31:59 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:32:19 Writing Dummy Sectors 807 to 907
I 12:32:39 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:32:58 Writing Dummy Sectors 908 to 1008
I 12:33:18 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:33:37 Writing Dummy Sectors 1009 to 1109
I 12:33:57 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:34:16 Writing Dummy Sectors 1110 to 1210
I 12:34:36 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:34:55 Writing Dummy Sectors 1211 to 1311
I 12:35:15 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:35:34 Writing Dummy Sectors 1312 to 1412
I 12:35:54 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:35:54 Writing Dummy Sectors 1413 to 1513
I 12:35:54 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:35:54 Writing Dummy Sectors 1514 to 1614
I 12:35:54 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:35:54 Writing Dummy Sectors 1615 to 1715
I 12:35:54 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:35:54 Writing Dummy Sectors 1716 to 1816
I 12:35:54 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:35:54 Writing Dummy Sectors 1817 to 1917
I 12:35:54 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:35:54 Writing Dummy Sectors 1918 to 2018
I 12:35:54 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:35:55 Writing Dummy Sectors 2019 to 2119
I 12:35:55 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:35:55 Writing Dummy Sectors 2120 to 2220
I 12:35:55 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:35:55 Writing Dummy Sectors 2221 to 2321
I 12:35:55 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:35:55 Writing Dummy Sectors 2322 to 2422
I 12:35:55 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:35:55 Writing Dummy Sectors 2423 to 2523
I 12:35:55 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:35:55 Writing Dummy Sectors 2524 to 2624
I 12:35:55 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:35:55 Writing Dummy Sectors 2625 to 2725
I 12:35:55 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:35:55 Writing Dummy Sectors 2726 to 2826
I 12:35:56 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:35:56 Writing Dummy Sectors 2827 to 2927
I 12:35:56 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:35:56 Writing Dummy Sectors 2928 to 3028
I 12:35:56 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:35:56 Writing Dummy Sectors 3029 to 3129
I 12:35:56 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:35:56 Writing Dummy Sectors 3130 to 3230
I 12:35:56 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:35:56 Writing Dummy Sectors 3231 to 3331
I 12:35:57 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:35:57 Writing Dummy Sectors 3332 to 3432
I 12:35:57 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:35:57 Writing Dummy Sectors 3433 to 3533
I 12:35:57 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:35:57 Writing Dummy Sectors 3534 to 3634
I 12:35:57 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:35:57 Writing Dummy Sectors 3635 to 3735
I 12:35:57 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:35:57 Writing Dummy Sectors 3736 to 3836
I 12:35:57 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:35:57 Writing Dummy Sectors 3837 to 3937
I 12:35:57 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:35:57 Writing Dummy Sectors 3938 to 4038
I 12:35:57 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:35:58 Writing Dummy Sectors 4039 to 4139
I 12:35:58 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:35:58 Writing Dummy Sectors 4140 to 4240
I 12:35:58 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:35:58 Writing Dummy Sectors 4241 to 4341
I 12:35:58 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:35:58 Writing Dummy Sectors 4342 to 4442
I 12:35:58 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:35:58 Writing Dummy Sectors 4443 to 4543
I 12:35:58 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:35:58 Writing Dummy Sectors 4544 to 4644
I 12:35:58 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:35:58 Writing Dummy Sectors 4645 to 4745
I 12:35:59 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:35:59 Writing Dummy Sectors 4746 to 4846
I 12:35:59 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:35:59 Writing Dummy Sectors 4847 to 4947
I 12:35:59 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:35:59 Writing Dummy Sectors 4948 to 5048
I 12:35:59 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:35:59 Writing Dummy Sectors 5049 to 5149
I 12:35:59 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:35:59 Writing Dummy Sectors 5150 to 5250
I 12:35:59 Scanning bad sectors...
W 12:35:59 Writing Dummy Sectors 5251 to 5351
I 12:35:59 Duration of operation: 00:06:05
I 12:35:59 Average Speed: 34 kBytes/s (0.20)
I 12:35:59 Reading finished!


As you can see CloneCD has problems. He treats the entire VCD after sector 600 as read errors.
Alcohol wasn't able to start reading the VCD.

Hope all was clear.
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Re: VCD/SVCD copy protection

how can i change the avseq02.dat file size & lba to 0. for protecting copy via explorer?
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Re: VCD/SVCD copy protection

how to change LBA to 0 byte in Hex editor??
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Re: VCD/SVCD copy protection

it's a 2006 post. he's long gone
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Re: VCD/SVCD copy protection

Yeah that's another idea for strider, why not make the date that the post was made red, i mean, it stands out and is more noticable, so people know weather the post is still in date.
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