....DRM might be a problem, Diemmess. DVDFlick and Nero will encode the video on burning if you get around the DRM issue. Super click here (bottom of page) will convert just about any video file, if you want to go that way.
If flick is not showing it its the drm I'm afraid .You could just burn the file to a dvd as a data dvd but even that will self destruct after the viewing limit is reached.Not saying it cant be done Ahem! but tis illegal oops swallows hard again
The answer seems to be that BBC of course has protected its product and there is no legitimate way to make ones own DVDs willy nilly. Illegitimate methods are for the desperate or dishonest or those nerds who just see any barrier as a challenge however tortuous the process.
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