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That is a new one.
As far as I know, Vista added MUCH stronger Digital Rights Management into the operating system itself
John is correct. For Vista, Microsoft has really bowed down to the various movie/music boards.
I've actually gotten that message (on XP, no less) from music that wasn't copyrighted. I couldn't figure out any other solution than to just start a new recording in Audition and playback the media file in Windows Media Player. Strange error.
Of course, with DRM-tagged media, and on a Vista machine, I can definitely see that being a problem. And for good reason :)
DISCLAIMER - the method I've described here is a good workaround but is intended to bypass a bona fide error in the machine's recognition of a legally-owned audio track. This solution is NOT being provided with the intention of aiding users in piracy.
Lars Ulrich and Prince are already on their way to your house! :)
Trent Reznor will stop them! XD
thanks for your help. In no way do i agree with ripping off people's music.
From a creative point of view; how are you supposed to know if your choice in music is gonna work for you if you don't try it? THEN after your edit looks sweet, you go and approach the owners of the song...
I just thought it strange that Microsoft or SONY (or adobe) decided not to allow users to import an audio track unless you've basically written and produced it yourself. kinda daft!
"Lars Ulrich and Prince are already on their way to your house!:-)"
> Lars Ulrich and Prince are already on their way to your house!
> Trent Reznor will stop them!
That is totally awesome. I hope they don't leave a mess, my wife will be SOOO upset.