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Is it illegal to make a video jukebox?
I want to put my DVDs on a NAS so I can have a video jukebox and play movies without having to set up a hardware player and stick the disk in.
However, when I talked to a video handling company about doing this work, they said they cannot work with "copyrighted material". This is the United States.
Is it illegal to put movies I own on a NAS? If it is not, why would the video company refuse?