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321, as igotthat stated what one person can design somebody else can figure a way to break into. A while back I remember some discussions on these forums about using copy protection and the effectiveness versus the additonal cost. In that discussion someone suggested using the FBI logo (work copyright protected FBI will come and get you for copying etc.) as an intimidation. There was also some discussion about pricing strategies that would encourage customers to purchase multiple copies up front, usually for wedding videos or school recitals. You might try to find these strings and see how the suggestions given would fit your particular situation. Maybe some present readers would share some of their solutions to this concern. In my situation, mostly wedding videos and other videos for individuals, I furnish an agreed upon number of discs on completion, figured into the price. I know this doesn’t address your situation. When I produce these discs, small numbers, I use my computer with internal DVD burner or external Blu-ray burner. I have an Epson artisan printer that can print on hub-printable discs to give a professional look to the final products. It would be difficult for someone to copy the disc and reproduce the disc label, but not impossible. It is tough to set up a business model in this field when everyone can use digital equipment and computers to produce similar products to what we do. A lot of people on these forums have found ways to make a living and are happy to share their experiences with other, thanks videomakers.