Not with a standard DVD video that will play in a DVD player, no.
If you're looking for some way of encoding a video that has this
functionality, then take a look at this page http://www.microsoft.com/windows/win...ctContent.aspx
which details how to create a Windows Media Video file and add content
protection. This format will only be able to be played on a Windows PC with
Windows Media Player though... that's the drawback with DRM.
"cspchief" <cspchief@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> Is there a way to make a DVD I make in Vista Windows DVD Maker expire
> after a
> certain number of days (much like the feature in InAlbum 2.0)
> I want my DVD to become useless after a year or more or less. Is there an
> add-in or other software that will do this so I can still use Windows DVD
> Maker and not have to switch to InAlbum???