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    This is a discussion on sky anytime on pc within the Sky Go forums, part of the Other Sky help and support category; Is it possible to burn off a copy of a film that you have downloaded from sky anytime on pc. ...

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      sky anytime on pc

      Is it possible to burn off a copy of a film that you have downloaded from sky anytime on pc. Does anyone know ? And how do you do it ! please

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      Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, this is something we would not allow you to discuss on here as it it is not lawful, as you do not own the copyright to do so.

      There are plenty of ways on the internet in general, try using google as it is your best friend, just not on here please
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      sky anytime on pc

      oops sorry NewsreadeR

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      its not possible anyawy! They are DRM protected!

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      They are DRM protected!
      It is more than possible to remove the DRM, but for obvious reasons we cannot tell you.

      Google is your best friend on this occasion
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      Quote Originally Posted by L.SYME View Post
      oops sorry NewsreadeR
      No problems, if I thought there was a problem with your post I would have removed it, you asked an innocent question.
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