Does buring song onto a data DVD remove DRM protection?

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  1. sprint_user

    sprint_user New Member

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    Just wondering, I am close to my computer authorization limit because iTunes never deauthorized on my old computers, I would like to remove the DRM protection without using 20 CD-ROMs, so can I just burn them on a data DVD? Or does that keep the DRM protection on it?
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    Nah I think it works the same way.
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    sprint_user New Member

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    So...it doesn't remove the DRM?
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    It does remove the DRM. I think DVD's are just like CD's, but larger.
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    Teslanaut Well-Known Member

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    You can't burn songs to a DVD as you would a CD. Doesn't work like that. Burning to a DVD makes a DATA DVD. Like an external drive. You need a regular CD or apps that imitate a CD to remove DRM. Google.
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    Thanks Tes

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