There is no standard format for presenting options to many DVDs. Usually, the way of viewers to start playing films are different. There are copyright notices appear without sound before the menu, so the viewer will face to the notice for 30 seconds in silence before any story happens. The discs usually are protected by UOP that prohibit viewer to skip the notices.
What is the purpose of UOP?
UOP means user operation prohibition. It is a form of digital right management used on DVD video discs. Most DVD players prohibit the viewer to make a large majority of actions, and not display the symbol or a message when one of these actions is attempted. It was intended for copyright notices and the ubiquitous (at least in the U.S.) FBI warning. Some publishers run advertisements on their protected DVD, which is generally considered as an abuse of the function.
UOP is also used for usability, especially interactive contents. It is said that UOP is to ensure a more peasant user experience.
You may have bought lots of favorite DVD movies from stores. And you want to play them on computer or DVD player. Unfortunately, these DVDs are in restrictions such as CSS, RPC region code, UOP.
How to remove DVD UOP protection?
To remove UOP, you just need DVD Decryption Software – DVD Ghost.
- Step 1: Free download DVD Ghost for trial, install the file on Windows XP, Vista, Win7 (32 or 64bit).
- Step 2: Launch the DVD Decryption Software.
- Step 3: Once you insert a UOP protected DVD into your DVD drive, DVD Ghost will automatically remove the UOP protection.
- Step 4. Choose the output folder.
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